INC Longforms will showcase great content by up-and-coming authors.
INC Longform: great content by up-and-coming authors
Since 2005 the Institute of Network Cultures publishes research on the intersection of research, art and activism, manifestos and how-to’s in the field of digital media and internet critique. The INC holds experimental publishing dear, always looking into new ways of distributing, writing, editing, reading, communicating, etc. Multiple formats such as print, EPUB and PDF are equally used and scrutinized.
A new INC series was launched in Spring 2015: INC Longform. Talented, up-and-coming authors are invited to publish their work in a digital-first format. We aim to publish stand-alone essays of 3,000-8,000 words, written for the web and making use of digital options. We believe in longform as a genre that first and foremost points to depth of insight based on research – which can include video essays, visual reporting and multimedia.
Do you want to contribute to the INC Longform series? We offer elaborate feedback, professional copy-editing, a broad readership, and an opportunity to connect with the INC network.
For more information or to submit an idea for a longform, contact Miriam Rasch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All publications of this series are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0)