This is the BlockChain Media (Au) entry hub for the print edition of “Arts & Science – Quarterly” (ASQ). In the era of “Fake News”, it is up to smaller, locally sourced, media to pick up the slack. BCM Group aims to cover topics in three broad areas: 1. New Media and Pop-Culture; 2. National Security, Federal and Local Politics; 3. Popular Science.
All regional pieces in new media, arts and popular science will be made available in the online edition, prior to being made available in-print. All ‘accepted-to-print‘ pieces are marked with the research/BCM logo, and date of acceptance. Any pieces written by BlockChain/ASQ staff, primarily as a stringer/freelance reporter for any unassociated overseas or online publications, are liable for publication in “Arts & Science” subject only to the terms and conditions of the specific employment contract. All pieces written as an official press officer/representative for BlockChain/ASQ are the property of BlockChain Media, and are automatically accepted into the print edition of “Arts & Science” (quarterly).
All pieces written as an official press officer/representative for BlockChain/ASQ are the property of BlockChain Media, and as such may not be submitted to any other publication, online or otherwise. All writers are to provide a link to a permanent subject area CV brief, highlighting background/base education for 1) any area covered or 2) that agents are available to be on call for. Failing this, a direct full text list of references/background for a piece, and statutory declaration (where appropriate) declaring the materials read, prior to taking an assignment is acceptable. Materials to be approved by area sub-editor. This list is to be made available to the public before final (online) publication date. The aim of this is to give readers a level of confidence that material has been engaged at a high level.
From 2021 the print edition of “Arts & Science” (quarterly) is now available bi-annually only in the second week of the months of May and October.
Any inquiries regarding ASQ staff, freelance writing submissions, donations, or subscription renewal; please contact the regional Director of Projects – BlockchainMediaAu@protonmail.com
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Board of Editors 2019/21
Windsor Cunningham: (Ed-In-Chief & President)
J. A. Cilento [CV]: Methods (Res)/New Media/PopSc (DDirProj (Roving), Controversy/Unpopular Counterpoint & Ed@Lg)
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Sally Rose: Criminology/Forensics (GU N/MG)
Nicole Free: Writing / SocSc /Civil Liberties (GUGC)
Robin Nightingale: Environmental Law/Climate Science/Psychology (UT A/FW)
Emily Watson-Shaw: Creative Industries/ New Media (QUKG)
John Patrick: Business/Economics & Finance/Law (UNSW)
Catherine Nugent: Political Philosophy/Journalism/Jurisprudence (ANU)
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Regional Content Chief Editors & Contributing Sr Field Associates/Consultants
Alexandra Davies: Psychology/ Pop Culture / Politics (Exec C.Ed)
J.R. Cilento: Methods (Res)/New Media/PopSc (DDirProj (Roving), Controversy/Unpopular Counterpoint & Ed@Lg)
Dan Waters: Cyber/Technology/InfoSec (QUT) (RegDDP (QLD) & Consulting/C.Ed)
S. Lightfeather: Technologist/VetSc / EnvSc (AsscDir & 1st AsstDP (NSW))
Dayna Templeton: Local & INat PoliSc (RegDDP (Tasmania) & C.Ed)
Rach Wood: Pop Culture & New Media/Hlth & PopSc (RegDDP (UK)/AsscDir WA) & C.Ed)
Aaron Sherwood: Local PolSc/PopC (RegDDP (NZ) & C.Ed)
Vikki Vans: PopC & New Media/Edu (RegDDP (Canada) & C.Ed)
Becky Hogge: Edu/PoliSc/PopSc (RegDDP (West, USA) & Ed@Lg)
Micki Create: PopC & new Media/Film (Columbia) (RegDDP (East, USA) & C.Ed)
Rob Nightingale: EnvLaw/Climate Science/Psychology (UT-A/FW) RegDDP (Sth, USA)
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