(see also publication_formatting)
The Luminous green publication aims to become a resource for people who would like to work and live in a 'luminous green way': imaginative, electrified and illuminated. As such, it should go beyond being a catalogue of individual projects, but provide a glimpse of worlds in which we'd like to live and that we'd like to help create. This publication should reflect a 'luminous green' spirit and have a relatively lasting value as a record of current thinking, growing and making in the context of creativity & sustainability. As we want to publication to appeal to diverse audiences, it should avoid jargon wherever possible.
The publication will have an online and a hard copy component. The contributions for the online publication can be more informal and blog-like. The hard copy publication will have a more rigorous selection of contributions and a stronger editorial 'stamp'.
Tentative publishing date: early 2009.
If you would like to contribute to the Luminous Green Publication, below is a list of recommendations for authors and artists.
We encourage the participants to send short contributions, unless they have a topic that requires longer reflection and elaboration.
Please submit plain text, .doc. .odt, or .rtf files without images embedded. If the images should be placed in the text, please make a note in the text like this: [insert image smith1.jpg here]. For submission of images, follow the guidelines for images below.
Please clean your text up as much as possible (beware of white spaces, indentations, …. , etc.). Optionally, you can provide basic style indications (headings, subheadings, body text).
Please use the following style when using references in your submissions:
Egbert, Adalbert King of Gothmord. 1344. Practical Guide to Witch Hunting. Oxford University Press.
The Luminous Green publication encourages a variety of contributions. These can include, but are not limited to:
Images can be submitted as:
Naming convention: use your last name and a number, such as “smith1.tiff, smith2.tiff, etc.”
The publication will be distributed under the following Creative Commons license:
If you do not agree with your materials being published under this license, please contact us.
Luminous Green editorial committee: Maja Kuzmanovic, Alkan Chipperfield and Nik Gaffney