|Curious Cheshire Cat|
Kimberlee made a great suggestion in my other post Shell: "It also might be helpful to try to tie your paper into a broader, more general audience: like, why is your paper significant to the reader." I don't have an answer to this question yet but my train of thought leads me to "it is significant because a part of us are always curious about the inexplainable, even though we believe in to be unrealistic, and we sometimes ponder whether it really is impossible."
As for venues I've researched for submitting my paper...
1. Digital America: "We are a new endeavor interested in pushing the boundaries of online publishing. We are soliciting critical essays, film, artwork, design, and process pieces that question, analyze, and/or hack the tools of digital culture....We believe that Millennials have a unique perspective as they engage digital culture socially, professionally, creatively, and theoretically. The tools of digitization and the subsequent culture erupting from those tools are fueled by young thinkers and creators, and many of their decisions will impact all of our lives." I was instantly drawn to the highlighted statement above. My paper will be creative and metaphysical, and I thought this scholarly journal will suit my paper best.
2. SLanguages Annual Symposium instantly captured my attention simply because it is a "virtual/online conference." I thought this would be an interesting experience.
3. I'm still searching for a guest blog post.