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“Gods are real.
And these gods are everywhere, in all aspects of
existence, all aspects of human life.”
- James Hillman
Call for Submissions
Minneapolis writer is compiling an anthology of modern, polytheistic experiences, tentatively titled Return of the Gods: The Varieties of Polytheistic Experience.
Seeking thoughtful, original, and previously unpublished non-fiction essays recounting first-hand encounters with Gods, ancestors, spirits, disembodied intelligences, and sacred presences in nature.
You may hail from a Hindu tradition, an indigenous tradition, a Pagan tradition, an African-based tradition, another tradition, or no tradition at all.
Electronic submissions only. Please submit only final, proofread copy, double-spaced, maximum 5,000 words. Please send your story as an MS Word attachment to williammcgillis [at] gmail [dot] com with the subject line: Return of the Gods. Please refrain from submitting if you are not open to edits.
Please ensure that your story file includes your (less than 75 word) bio along with contact details, including postal address and email address.
Compensation: All selected contributors will receive a complimentary copy of the book upon publication.
Deadline for submissions: June 21, 2012