Pop Culture Magic Anthology: Call for Submissions

Pop Culture Magic Anthology: Call for Submissions
by Michael Szul on 2008-02-27 08:28:37
tags: pop culture magic, taylor ellwood

Yesterday we informed you of David Whitt and John Perlich's call for chapters for their new book There and Back Again: Mythology and the New Millennium. Today, we have a request from a good friend of Key 64 that many of you know well.

Taylor Ellwood, the mastermind behind the anthology Magick on the Edge: Adventures in Experimental Magick (if you haven't read this book, you're missing out) and the hot selling Manifesting Prosperity: A Wealth Magic Anthology, has put out a call for submissions for his latest work - a pop culture magic anthology.

Here are the guidelines for submissions, straight from Taylor Ellwood:

Guidelines:

It should be an article on pop culture and magic… You don't need to use my definition of pop culture, but you should be able to provide readers an idea of why you think whatever it is you're writing about it is pop culture. Articles can focus on work with pop culture entities or practical magic techniques applied to pop culture.

Length:

1,500 to 5,000 words.

Deadline:

Rough draft is due March 15, no exceptions!!!

Citation Style:

We will be using APA style citation for this anthology. If you have questions about this particular style, please let me know when you send me your article.

What Contributors Get:

Contributors will receive a one time fee of $25.00 for their work, payable when the first royalties for the book come in (More details about this are provided in the contract). Contributors also get one free copy of the anthology and 40% off the cover price of other copies they choose to order.

To contact me with questions or articles please email me at this address:

taylor ::at:: spiralnature ::dot:: com