Publishing • Process • Praxis
P³ AKA P-Cubed AKA PPP AKA The CUBE
The CUBE (P³) centralizes support for a wide range of publishing activities, including a monthly magazine, a literary journal, scholarly journals, a community of feminist filmmakers, a collaborative fandom, a blog, and a zine. The organization offers publication resources for students and publications at Michigan State University and for members of Greater Lansing and mid-Michigan communities. By providing a space for a diverse range of people, places, and communities to participate, the CUBE fosters connectivity through digital humanities, research, writing, reading, and undergraduate/graduate education.
We are actively seeking proposals for community publishing projects in the Greater Lansing area. Contact us if you're interested!
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agnès films is named in honor of Agnès Varda, the French filmmaker who has been making women-centered fiction films and documentaries for over 50 years. Varda, in spite of the high quality of her work, remains an obscure figure to mainstream audiences around the world.
Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies
JOGLTEP focuses on global literacies, cross-cultural networked spaces and communities, digital global learning communities, trans-border and trans-national networked pedagogies, geopolitical dynamics of education, digital learning ecologies, and pedagogies in knowledge and information-based societies.
ing Magazine is an arts and culture magazine written and edited by students in the Professional Writing program at Michigan State University. The monthly issues feature articles about on-campus culture, activities within the Greater Lansing community, and student features.
The Offbeat is affiliated with the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University. We read year round and publish biannually. Head over to our Submit and Contests pages to see what we’re currently accepting.
Sherlockian.net is a website dedicated to the Sherlock Holmes community. Through the information provided on this site, we aim to welcome newcomers, be a resource for Sherlockians, make space for knowledge experts, and encourage participants to share in the Great Game.
Constellations is an online double-blind peer review publishing space focused on cultural rhetorics scholarship, teaching, and practice. The field of cultural rhetorics is anchored in the belief that all cultures are rhetorical and all rhetorics are cultural.