Coreopsis Journal of Myth & Theatre Call for Papers Autumn 2021 The Wild and the Familiar

Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D. 's picture
Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 1, 2021
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
Environmental History / Studies, Human Rights, Oral History, Popular Culture Studies, Religious Studies and Theology

Coreopsis Journal of Myth & Theatre

Call for Papers Autumn 2021: The Wild and the Familiar

I stand between the wild and the familiar

wondering if they've always been the same.

Tonight's is a moon worth drawing down.

We are witches worthy of the name.

Comes a gathering of signals from far and wide,

little candles burning on both sides

of all our dirty screens tonight. - SJ Tucker, 2020

 

Publication date: Autumn Equinox 2021: 9/22

Deadlines: Queries:  March 2021. Full Papers and essays: June 2021 Please prepare your paper for peer blind peer review. 

www.coreopsis.org  To contact the editors and to submit your work, please write to: coreopsisjournalofmyththeatre@gmail.com

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The magic of the world has seemed far away as we struggled through the days since the pandemic began. The summer of wildfire, the winter of snow and storm, the climate chaos has continued unabated with fires, floods, and drought. Civil unrest and political instability has visited countries where life was once predictable and safe.  It seems that the world has turned upside down and we have lost our center as the familiar no longer gives comfort or is gone, forever. Coreopsis’ Autumn 2021 issue will explore the themes of what is familiar, what is lost and what remains. What is transformed.  What has been discarded (for good or ill).

  • Do you find solace in the wild places? 
  • Are you a part of the wilderness conservation or rewilding movement? We want to hear from you.
  • What is your vision for the tomorrows to come?
  • And...what is wild: what is uncertain, what is deep within the human heart that remains untamed? 

Artists and scholars are welcomed in the pages of Coreopsis journal. Our submission guidelines are here: http://societyforritualarts.com/coreopsis/submissions. It is recommended that all writers and artists wishing to submit to Coreopsis Journal familiarise themselves with the guidelines before submission. 

Please label - clearly - whether your paper or essay is submitted for peer review or as an editorial.  Coreopsis Journal is published 2X yearly by The Society for Ritual Arts. Never for profit. 

Essays from artists do not have to be strictly prepared for review. As Coreopsis Journal is a web-based publication, we can accommodate samples of both audio and video performances. Visual art submission guidelines: http://societyforritualarts.com/coreopsis/arts-multimedia/

Papers submitted for peer review from scholars must be in APA style and prepared for blind review following these guidelines: http://societyforritualarts.com/coreopsis/papers-for-peer-review-2/

This journal accepts papers from many disciplines and is welcoming of all faiths and philosophies. We publish 3-5 papers per issue that have been peer-reviewed according to academic standards. Final submissions should be 3000 to 10,000 words. If you have a finished paper ready for submission, send it directly to coreopsisjournalofmyththeatre@gmail.com.

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Published 2X per year by the Society for Ritual Arts. Never for profit.


 

Contact Info: 

 

www.coreopsis.org  To contact the editors and to submit your work, please write to: coreopsisjournalofmyththeatre@gmail.com

Follow Coreopsis at https://www.facebook.com/coreopsisjournal on Linked In at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/5136791/ ello: https://ello.co/coreopsisjournal