Nebula: Generalist/All Topics (5/23/05; online publication, 
issue #5)

NEBULA is now in its second year of production with issue 
2.1 now online, please visit our website at to peruse this issue or to visit 
the archives.  As usual this is our cursor to invite 
submissions for NEBULA 2.2 with the deadline of MAY 23, 

Nebula is an online journal/magazine that is interested in 
providing a platform for interdisciplinary reading.  Unlike 
other academic periodicals, Nebula is not limited to one 
Faculty or subject.  We accept academic articles from any 
discipline provided that these are written in non-specialist 
language and in a manner that appeals to a broad audience.  
Nebula also publishes intellectual writings that may not 
necessarily meet the generic conventions of an academic 
article.  In addition, we encourage academics and 
intellectuals to participate in a public debate as regards 
world politics.  We particularly welcome submissions of a 
marginal or “against the grain” nature and those that 
heavily interrogate popular political ideologies in a sound 
and well-evidenced manner.  Writings of high calibre that 
are particularly underrepresented in other academic 
periodicals are most welcome for consideration.  Nebula also 
publishes literary and art works and is willing to consider 
any (graphic, cartoon etc.) material, which can be published 
on the world wide web.  Submissions intended for Nebula are 
not limited by a particular house style, we simply ask that 
whichever referencing style is being used, that it is used 
consistently and thoroughly throughout each piece. 

Kindly refrain from submitting work which is being, or going 
to be, considered for publication elsewhere.   Please send 
your inquiries, submissions or feedback to 
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as .doc electronic attachments via email.  Kindly include a 
brief cover letter, providing us with some biographical 
information or a brief CV with your submission.  You can 
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