DoubleTake / Points of Entry is a bi-annual print exness publication that offers narratives, essays, fiction, poetry, documentary & narrative photography, and book reviews. We welcome submissions from writers (essayists, reporters, scholars interested in narrative, narrative writers, fiction writers, poets) and photographers, especially those working in the documentary tradition. We are particularly interested in submissions of reported nonfiction (a.k.a., literary journalism, creative nonfiction, literature of reality, etc.). Please see categories below for more information, as well as our statement of Mission.

On acceptance, DoubleTake / Points of Entry requires one-time copyright, which reverts to the author upon publication.

We exness platform are unable to pay fees for published work. We do offer two complimentary copies of the magazine upon publication.

Essay, Narrative Story, Narrative Photography
Terry Lee, co-editor:
Roberta Rosenberg, co-editor
Submission guide
• See the magazine Mission Statement.

Narrative—essay, documentary narrative, reported nonfiction
• For all narrative submissions, except book reviews—(see below):
Topics of Interest—
Current affairs, documentary, topical exness broker register essay and scholarly work of interest to informed readers. Essay by practitioners—journalists, writers, photographers, teachers, physicians, for instance. Provocative work of interest to teachers.
Please see our statement of Mission.
• Length: 1,000 to 5,000 words
• Mail one hard copy, and e-mail a Microsoft Word attached file of the piece to:
Editors, DoubleTake / Points of Entry
Department of English
1 University Place
Christopher Newport University
Newport News, VA 23606

Foir all photography submissions:
Topics of Interest—
Please see our statement of Mission.
• Our preference for submission is by .pdf portfolio with 10-12 images and the photographer's name either as the file name or prominently in the .pdf document, photographer bio, a brief statement about the work and any text, if any, that may accompany the work.
Print portfolios may be submitted by mail with an appropriate self-addressed and stamped envelope or carton for return. We cannot guarantee safe handling, although we make every effort to protect submissions.
• For .pdf portfolio submissions, send to Photography Editor.
• For print portfolio submission, send to:
Photo Editor, DoubleTake / Points of Entry
Department of English
1 University Place
Christopher Newport University
Newport News, VA 23606
• Upon acceptance, sized high-resolution images (300 d.p.i) on will be required.
• Please do not send irreplaceable photographs. We cannot guarantee their safe return.

David Lloyd, Poetry Editor:
Submission guide
• Submit poems as an attachment to an e-mail to the poetry editor entering into the "subject" line of the e-mail "DoubleTake Poetry, Author's name."

We will announce our next reading period for fiction by Jan. 1, 2007. Submissions received between Oct. 1, 2006 and Jan. 1, 2007 will be not be considered.

Book Reviews
—John C. Hartsock, Book Review Editor: hartsockjs"black">Submission guide
• We are interested in reviews of books treating narrative journalism (a.k.a., literary journalism, creative nonfiction, etc.).
• We are also interested in reviews of books in the documentary tradition, both narrative and photographic.The reviews should be between 1,000 and 1,500 words in length.
The reviews may be on either contemporary or historical examples of the genre. If historical, the review should reflect at least a passing familiarity with the critical perspectives on the work, as well as contribute new insights. However, thoughtful reviews of existing scholarship and other critical perspectives on a historical work that will help critics and writers of the form to engage in further investigation will also be considered. For reviews of books that are not recent publications, consider in the review why the book is worth re-examining at this time (e.g., as a teacher's resource, as a writer's resource, and so on).
Professional journalists' perspectives on the craft as reflected in contemporary or historical examples are welcome. Essays may be informal or formal, but should bear in mind in tone and style the journal’s purpose as a meeting ground for different perspectives.

For book review submissions:
• Length: 1,000-1,500 words
• Mail one hard copy, and e-mail a Microsoft Word attached file of the piece to:
John C. Hartsock, Ph.D.
Book Review Editor, DoubleTake /Points of Entry
Department of Communication Studies
SUNY Cortland
P.O. Box 2000
Cortland, NY 13045-0900
• Include an appropriately sized, self-addressed and stamped envelope for MS return.
• Supply “Clean” MicrosoftWord electronic copies upon acceptance.
• We offer no compensation for published work.
• Published writers will receive two copies of the journal in which their work appears, except for book reviewers, who will receive one copy.
• For essays and book reviews citing sources: use a discipline-appropriate style (e.g., M.L.A., Chicago, A.P.A.).
• Use end notes.


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