Guidelines

Collaborators and contributors must review the information below.

Articles 
IJRC reviews papers written in english by authors worldwide. The journal seeks papers of critical inquiry that extend a radical and challenging prospective. Papers can elaborate on and engage with any number of topics. The journal is especially open to unconventional and/or provocative papers, styles, and approaches, and actively seeks work that challenges the dominant orthodoxy. IJRC is open to papers of most lengths, but prefers those between 1500-10000 words.

Discourse & Review
IJRC welcomes reviews of books, films, authors, and journals, as well as interviews with individuals whose work relates directly to the focus and scope of IJRC and its related themes and subjects.

Translations
IJRC is always seeking dynamic translations of its own content, as well as translations of writing whose subjects or topics are contiguous with that of IJRC. Those interested in preparing a translation for IJRC or for another publication should contact the Editor with a proposal. 

Lectures & Presentations
IJRC occasionally publishes lectures and presentations which have been skillfully converted into text.

News, Announcements & CFPs    
IJRC may occasionally publish news features, announcements and calls for papers that are of interest or use to IJRC readers, authors or affiliates.

The Revolutionary's Library 
If you're interested in submitting a link to our library please send it in an email with "link for library" in the subject line and we will consider it. 

Graphics
IJRC seeks striking graphics for publication in its pages and alongside select pieces of writing. Photographs and radical illustrations are especially encouraged.

Submission Protocol & Style Guide
Articles must be in final draft form upon submission. Authors should expect IJRC Editors to make minor revisions prior to publication and should understand that revisions will not be made after the text is published. 

Short articles (1500 words or less) can be sent in the body of an email message. Articles exceeding 1500 words should be attached in rtf or doc format and must be proceeded by an abstract. Do not send articles in pdf or docX formatGraphic submissions must be made in JPG, GIF or PNG format. Cover letters, introductions, explanations, proposals, announcements, and CFPs must be sent in the body of an email.

All articles must be single spaced with no paragraph indentations and a single space between paragraphs. Use only one space after periods. Italicize book and film titles and render essay titles inside quotation marks. All notes and references must be placed at the end of the article and not in the text. All notes must be indicated in the text by square brackets (for an example: see the notes and references here). IJRC does not adhere to particular reference style, but does expect references to be coherent and uniform within individual submissions and meet our minimal requirements.

Articles should include a short biographical note at the end of the article. Due to the high volume of communications IJRC does not acknowledge individual submissions. Due to this fact, to be fair to authors IJRC accepts and highly encourages simultaneous submissions. If your article is accepted for publication we will contact you. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Editorial Advisory Board then please note that, as well as your expertise in your submission and IJRC may contact you.

By submitting your work to International Journal of Radical Critique your are certifying that you've read, understand and agree with our author guidelines, our privacy, legal and copyright statements, as well as our terms and conditions contained thereinSubmissions that do not conform to above guidelines may be discarded without notice. Title the subject line of your email appropriately and send all material to the Editors at: ijrc.editor@live.com.   

Our Publication Schedule  
IJRC has no definite timetable for the publication of new issues, but rather produces new issues as new material becomes available. This scheme allows the journal to maximize the medium specific advantages of Open Access web-based publishing while minimizing the limitations associated with conforming to inflexible deadlines. Manuscripts are accepted on a rolling basis and placed into IJRC issues according to considerations of theme, continuity and discontinuity, timeliness, and the like. IJRC publishes one volume a year consisting of a variable number of issues.

Our Stratagem of Open Access
IJRC provides Open Access to its content on the basic principle that critical engagement with consequential ideas provides greater opportunity for the exchange of knowledge and exponentially increases the revolutionary potential of movements of radical social change.

All material published in the International Journal of Radical Critique and through its associated mediums is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 license (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0). If maternal is republished then "International Journal of Radical Critique" must be credited as the original publisher.