Dear JAT members,
Great news! The deadline for JAT Anthology 2022 has been extended. We received messages from some JAT members, wishing a due extension. This year we called for submission one month later than usual, so Anthology committee discussed and decided to accept these requests to extend submissions until September 5th. Anyone who missed the deadline, you’ve got another 1 month to finish writing your essay. Take this opportunity and submit one for this year!
Extended Deadline: September 5th
Submit to: anthology[a]jat.org
The guidelines Your essay should be up to 600 words in English or up to 1800 characters in Japanese. The essay should also have a title and your name (including how to pronounce it). In no case may the essay exceed two printed pages. (This is something that will be obvious when it is laid out. We will ask you to trim it if it runs over.)
In principle, we will not edit your essay. What you write is who you are. Rather, we will just collect the essays and send them to the printer, who will standardize the font and type size and do the lay-out. Once we get things back from the printer, we will send you your essay and ask you to proof it, tell us what, if anything, needs to be corrected and the corrected essay will be printed. As mentioned, there is no provision for us to edit your essay. Getting it right is your responsibility.
We look forward to hearing from you. Essays (and questions) should be sent to anthology[a]jat.org. Thank you.
Anthology Committee (Peter Winchcomb-Wada, Nobumi Suzuki, Yukari Watanabe)