Sunday, November 26, 2006

Inaugural Edition posted

The Carnival of Citizens #1 is now up at Philosophy, et cetera.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Call for submissions

The "call for submissions" for the November 26 edition of the Carnival of Citizens has been posted to Philosophy, et cetera. (You may use the Blog Carnival form to submit an article.)

Spread the word!

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Theme Suggestions

According to the current plan, mid-monthly editions of the carnival will invite entries on a particular issue or "theme", for purposes of focusing the discussion. They should be significant and controversial issues of general interest. Examples might include terrorism and civil liberties, Iraq, abortion, church and state, welfare reform, markets and regulation, media and democracy, crime and punishment, etc.

Any other suggestions? Feel free to add your own two cents (on these or other possibilities) below...


Greetings! The Carnival of Citizens has been created in hopes of "advancing public debate" -- you can read all about it on the homepage. This site offers a "newsletter" that you can subscribe to -- via email or RSS, see the sidebar -- to receive timely updates and such, including a "call for submissions" to let you know when it's time to send us your entries!

Supporters of the Carnival are invited to promote it on their websites, e.g. by adding a sidebar link. If you like, you can use this button, with the code below:
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Any suggestions or other feedback about the carnival would be most welcome. Feel free to leave a comment below, or email me: