CFP: Journal of Sound and Music in Games

The Journal of Sound and Music in Games, published by the University of California Press, is now accepting submissions.

Submissions may be sent at any time; for the greatest likelihood that an accepted article will be published in the first issue, please submit by April 1.

For more information and submission instructions:
jsmg @

The Journal of Sound and Music in Games (JSMG) is a peer-reviewed journal that presents high-quality research concerning all areas of music and/or sound in games. It serves a diverse community of readers and authors, encompassing industry practitioners alongside scholars from disciplinary perspectives including anthropology, computer science, media/game studies, philosophy, psychology and sociology, as well as musicology.

JSMG is the only journal exclusively dedicated to this subject and provides a meeting point for professionals and academics from any tradition to advance knowledge of music and sound in this important medium.

Though JSMG primarily focuses on video games, the journal welcomes studies of music and/or sound in any form of game (for example, sports, historical games predating video games, and so on). JSMG publishes original research articles (normally 7,000–10,000 words), supplemented by a range of other content including review articles surveying important subjects, reviews of pertinent books and games, communications with responses, and interviews. The journal will also occasionally present topically themed special issues and conference proceedings.

Stephen Baysted - Editor in Chief
Elizabeth Medina-Gray - Associate Editor (North America)
Tim Summers - Associate Editor (Europe)

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