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Matthew Freeman <[log in to unmask]>
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*International Journal of Creative Media Research*
*Issue 1 Now Published*

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Welcome to the inaugural issue of the *International Journal of Creative
Media Research,* Bath Spa University's new interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed
and open access academic journal devoted to pushing forward the approaches
to and possibilities for publishing creative and practice-based research.

Championing critical rigour and creative reflection, the journal
specialises in capturing the emerging tools, approaches and methods of
practice-based and practice-led research. It publishes original
screen-based, sound-based, time-based and experiential forms of creative
media research, spanning works of film, music, media art, creative and
digital writing, curation practice, multiplatform and ludic artefacts that
contribute to fields across Media and Game Studies, Communication and
Cultural Studies, Art and Design, Music, Creative Writing, Drama, Dance,
Performing Arts, Film and Screen Studies, or Education.

In creating a platform that is more reflective of the kinds of creative,
interactive, multi-strand research artefacts that are now being produced
across different disciplines around the world, the *International Journal
of Creative Media Research* provides authors with flexibility in how their
creative and practice-based research is published, spanning submission
categories of Single-Piece Explorations, Multi-Piece Portfolios, Practice
Discoveries, and Issues in Creative Practice Research. It allows authors to
enhance the academic dimension of their creative practice, producing
research statements and 'route-maps' that give greater space for the
discussion of research questions, methods, and contribution to original
knowledge. We also encourage the inclusion of more types of media, be it
video, audio, blog, podcast, or image.

Our inaugural issue showcases the work of the journal’s editors and select
members of the international editorial board, with topics spanning
postdigital media, digital writing, fiction machines, multi-platform
education, compositional crystallography, games curatorial practice,
observational documentary, digital image sensors, and political app
development. Altogether, the work in this issue aims to capture new
insights into ways of engaging with creative and practice-based research,
spanning fields of Media, Creative Writing, Dance, Computing, Art, History,
and Education.


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*Breathe: A Digital Ghost Story
*- Kate Pullinger (Bath Spa University)*

*Configuring the 15 Second Dancers: Distributed Creativity in Design for
Postdigital Media
*- Seth Giddings (University of Southampton)*

*Fiction Machines: Oporavak
*- Charlie Tweed (Bath Spa University)*

*Transmedia Historiography as Educational Practice: Narrativising Colombian
Cultural Memory
*- Matthew Freeman (Bath Spa University)*

*Y Dosbarth Melyn [The Yellow Classroom]: Authorial Ontology and
Communicative Intentionality in (an) Observational Documentary Film
*- Dafydd Sills-Jones (Auckland University of Technology)*

*Composing With Crystallography
*- Owen Lloyd (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama)*

*Fear Filter: Visualising the UK Terror Threat Level
*- Rod Dickinson (University of the West of England)*

*Saving (and Re-Saving) Videogames: Rethinking Emulation for Preservation,
Exhibition and Interpretation
*- James Newman (Bath Spa University)*

*Saturation Trails: An Acid Assay
*- Stephen Cornford (Oxford Brookes University)*

*Manipulative Verbs as Research Tool
*- Jane Yarnall (Bath Spa University)*

We are now taking submissions. Find out how to do this with our Author
Guidelines <>.

Authors should choose one of the four available submission types, depending
on which suits the style and focus of your research:

   - SINGLE-PIECE EXPLORATIONS (Single video or audio piece accompanied by
   1,500 word research statement
   - MULTI-PIECE PORTFOLIOS (Mixed media video, image and audio pieces
   accompanied by 3,000 word route-map)
   - PRACTICE DISCOVERIES (6,000 word article illustrated by relevant
   video, audio, imagery)
   - ISSUES IN CREATIVE PRACTICE RESEARCH (5 minute video essay, podcast or
   blog reflecting on new methodologies of creative practice research)

Our journal has a registered ISSN, will be indexed in the Directory of Open
Access Journals, and assigns all published submissions with a DOI (Digital
Object Identifier). It also shares an affiliation with the MeCCSA Practice
Network <>, which
champions practice within the UK's Media, Communications and Cultural
Studies Association, ensuring that those that teach and research practice
across the academy have a strong voice within the subject association.

If you have any questions about the journal, please contact the editors:

   - Matthew Freeman ([log in to unmask])
   - Charlie Tweed ([log in to unmask])
   - James Newman ([log in to unmask])

*Dr Matthew Freeman, FHEA*
*Reader in Multiplatform Media*
*Unit of Assessment Leader, **Communication, Cultural and Media Studies*
*Deputy Director, The Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries
*Co-Director, The Centre for Media Research
*Film and Media Subject Lead**, SWW AHRC DTP <>*

T: +44 (0)1225 876708

The School of Creative Industries
Bath Spa University
Newton Park, Bath, BA2 9BN

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