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Wed, 3 Mar 2004 14:22:56 -0500
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Calling for authors to write for the Encyclopedia of Documentary Film,
to be published by Routledge in September 2005. The Encyclopedia will be
a three-volume work and will contain over 850 entries describing
individual films, directors, producers, theorists, production companies,
and publications. It will also address broad themes such as modernism,
Marxism, and feminism, and key concepts including reflexivity and

Entries will also cover style techniques, technical issues, and types of
documentaries. Overviews of the documentary film traditions of specific
countries and regions will also be provided.

Available articles range from 500 to 7000 words in length. For their
first 2000 words contributors will receive a copy of the Encyclopedia on
publication. You will also be paid, on publication, at the rate of $75
per thousand words for any writing over the initial 2000 commissioned.

For more information regarding style guidelines, sample articles, and
available entries, please email [log in to unmask] Thank you
very much.

Kristen Holt
Assistant Development Editor, Reference
Taylor & Francis Books
29 West 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
Fax: (212) 563-2269
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