Sequart Organization is devoted to the study of popular culture and the promotion of comic books as a legitimate artform.
The term “sequart” is an abbreviation of “sequential art.” It is used as a term for the medium itself, independent of particulars such as genre (e.g. super-heroes) or format (e.g. comic books, graphic novels, manga, newspaper strips, illustrated text, children’s picture books, and even sculpture such as the stations of the cross).
Editorial Policy and Submissions
Except for material not fitting with our mission statement, Sequart believes in discriminating based on quality (of writing, thought, and research) but not based on subject matter. In other words, we believe that any subject or stance is fair game (up to and including criticism of this policy!). We believe that journalism and scholarship — not to mention free thinking — requires precisely this policy. And we’re not beholden to any corporate or outside interests that would compel us to act otherwise. We have faith that most professionals whose work might be discussed are adults, like us, who can handle criticism as long as it’s thoughtful and considered.
Sequart is committed to bridging the gap between academia and fandom, to making scholarship accessible to the general reading public, and to putting complex thoughts into the plainest language possible.
We are especially interested in providing a home for minority viewpoints, including those of women. We believe there’s a real need for such viewpoints, particularly in American comics and pop culture criticism.
Submissions for online magazine publication may be directed to email@example.com
Submissions of book and movie pitches may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
President and Founder: Julian Darius
Editor-in-Chief: Mike Phillips
Assistant Editors: Kevin Thurman and Cody Walker
Webmaster: Stuart Warren
Staff Writers: Greg Carpenter, Ian Dawe, Harry Edmundson-Cornell, James Kelly, and Colin Smith
7025 Hickory Lane
Moro, IL 62067