Hermetic Library Journal general written and visual submissions for Summer Solstice 2013

There’s only two months until the March 21st, 2013 deadline to participate in the inaugural issue of the Hermetic Library Journal from the Benefit Anthology Project! Release is planned for June 21st, 2013. Consider letting others whom you think may be interested know about this as well, but consider submitting your written and visual work. If you have any questions, comments or wish to contribute to this project; contact the librarian.

The Journal is intended as a place for both practice and theory, not only informed by the other but with the intention of crossing thresholds between scholar and practitioner. The Journal offers a venue for art and culture that both informs and is informed by esotericism, which will bring the artist into the mix. The Journal is a community of intentional work from theoretic, practical and cultural perspectives that explores and relates to written work and art about or inspired by esotericism and magick in the form of articles, essays, personal narratives, poetry, fiction, plays, artwork, sequential art, biographies, and more.

For general written and visual submissions, I will be accepting a wide and diverse range of materials, basically looking for things that match with the overall mission and scope of the library. I will be looking for art, essays and articles which speak, but not necessarily directly, to the overall subject matter of the library, which is a pretty broad scope, including, but not limited to, works that relate to the features, fellows, figures, forms and reflections that reside at the library. Also, I will be making no arbitrary upper or lower limits on the content length of written submissions in order to allow as much flexibility as possible, as long as the length serves the piece.

Read more about general written and visual submission in the call for submissions and in the general submission section of the submissions guidelines.

You may also be interested in reading about the completely optional peer-review process, a way to get feedback on general submissions, in the call for submissions or the peer-review process section of the submissions guidelines.

For general information, please read the call for submissions and the terms & conditions for submissions. If you have any comments, questions or concerns; or want to submit your work for an anthology, just contact the librarian.