- Resolving Resolution, Part Two
- Resolving Resolution, Part Three
- Good Photos of Good Stained Glass Make a Good Article
The Stained Glass Quarterly is a professional-level publication for the architectural stained glass industry. Manuscripts directly related to the historical, architectural, technical, business, artistic or craft aspects of the stained and decorative glass craft are given first consideration. Manuscripts of peripheral or general interest may be considered.
• All manuscripts must be typed, double- or triple-spaced manuscript form. Electronic media in PC or Macintosh ASCII format or in Word format accepted. Some word-processor formats cannot be accepted without conversion to ASCII. E-mail submissions accepted as attached text documents.
• All manuscripts must contain author’s name, address and telephone number. No anonymous materials accepted. Upon author’s written request, name may be withheld for published manuscript.
• Preferred edited length of final manuscript is approximately 2,500—3,500 words. Exceptions may be made for scholarly or unusual works.
- Spring Issue: First Monday of December
- Summer Issue: First Monday of March
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- Winter Issue: First Monday of September
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Notification of Acceptance
Within 60 days of receipt
All unsolicited material to be returned must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Materials returned within 60 days of publication or upon notification if accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Photographs and illustrations should accompany manuscript. Illustrated articles will not be considered without accompanying illustrations. (See Photographer’s Guidelines for more information.)
Although exceptional care is exercised, The Stained Glass Quarterly, its owners, publishers, editors and staff shall not be responsible for the loss or destruction of, or damage to, any solicited or unsolicited material.
High-resolution, publication-quality images are acceptable for publication. Digital images should be made using the camera’s finest, highest-resolution settings. TIF format is preferred; jpeg is acceptable. See also the document “What Makes a Publication Quality Image,” available from www.stainedglass.org or directly from The Stained Glass Association of America.
Original, reproduction-grade transparencies are required for publication. 35mm mounted or unmounted transparencies from film speeds 100iso or lower are preferred. (As of this revision, Kodak EPN is the recommended film for photographing stained glass. It is available from professional photographic suppliers.) Large- and medium-format transparencies are also acceptable.
Black & White
Negatives accompanied by a proof or contact sheet are preferred. Glossy prints are acceptable. Color photographs are always preferred over black and white if available.
All photographic submissions should be individually numbered and accompanied by a separate and correspondingly numbered legend sheet. Each photograph must be marked with the photographer’s name. All transparencies must be clearly labeled to indicate the “top” on the viewed side of the image. A colored dot affixed to the upper right corner of the side to be viewed is suggested.
Notification of Acceptance
Within 90 days of receipt. Please include a current email address with photograph submission for notification.
Photographer releases and/or assigns all rights under U.S. copyright law currently in effect at the time of publication to the publisher of The Stained Glass Quarterly unless prior agreement has been made.
Published photographs will carry proper credit (if available) printed with the image.
All unsolicited material to be returned must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Materials are returned after publication or upon notification if accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Although exceptional care of author’s materials is exercised, The Stained Glass Quarterly, its owners, publishers, editors and staff shall not be responsible for the loss of or damage to any unsolicited or solicited material.