Journal of Interrupted Studies
Send us an abstract or idea and we will reply within 24 hours. Don't worry about unconventional formats, styles or topics.
The Journal hopes to attract enthusiastic academics, journalists and writers in every field of research. Completed articles should treat a singe topic ranging between 1,000 and 5,000 words.
Material based on research that has been conducted but could not be completed is also welcome for publication.
No prior experience of publishing is required, but we also to encourage those to contribute who have already published academically.
Articles should be written in English, but exceptions can be made.
Please attach a short biography for editorial purpose.
All work submitted will be peer-reviewed before publication.
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