DEADLINE: APRIL 18 2016
In grade school, we learn the scientific method. You know, hypothesize, um, experiment, record, and some other stuff…
It’s no secret that giants of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) don’t garner the same attention and respect as professional athletes, film stars and scanty media whores. Though sensual biopics of larger-than-life figures find their way into our Netflix queues, the vast majority of what scientists pursue remains a mystery to the general public.
But arts and sciences run much the same path, with their respect for innovation, divergent thinking, and the daring to imagine, and realize the impossible. Help SPOC enshrine the adventure that is science, and respect the method.
Send us your futurist visions : SelfPublishersofChicago [at] gmail [dot] com
- Word count: 500-1200 words — OR — something that suits one or more 5.5″x 8.5″ pages.
- Genres Welcome: Prose, poetry, experimental nonfiction, personal essays, taxonomies, flowcharts, diagrams, scientific illustration