Reblogging for awesome… I’m way behind on getting a submission together, so it doubles as a personal reminder.
We are interested in both deeply personal pieces about one’s own magical practice, as well as more scholarly essays which rely heavily on theory. And if your work falls somewhere in between – that’s okay too! All voices have a place in Hagstone.
Magic is a broad subject. It occurs across cultures and times in thousands of different forms. Hagstone has, at its core, a wish to celebrate and acknowledge all paths and traditions. Whether you’re a Luciferian, Hermeticist, Wiccan, Celtic Reconstructionist, a Spiritualist medium, we want to hear from you.
We especially welcome submissions concerning non-European forms of witchcraft, magic, and energy work, which may use a different name. We are not currently accepting visual works, poetry, or fiction.
Here’s a list of topics we find to be super interesting. We’d love to hear your take on anything listed below. However, this list is far from exhaustive! If it’s not listed, we’d still likely love to hear about it. What would you like to see? If you can help make this list better and more inclusive, don’t hesitate to email us at HagstoneJournal@gmail.com or send us an ask.
- queer/non-binary/trans* issues in magic, witchcraft, and/or paganism
- dis/ability issues in magic, witchcraft and/or paganism
- personal & experiential magic
- magic or witchcraft as mediumship
- spirit contact/mediumship
- group/solitary magic
- magic & social justice/activism/protest/politics
- magic in praxis: method, technique, etc
- non-pagan magic
- non-Eurocentric magic
- witchcraft, magic, & hetero/cis-normativity
- atheistic magic
- issues of representation within magic, witchcraft and/or paganism
- syncretism in magical practice
- alternate forms of magical practice
- the intersections between religion and magic
For more information on how to submit, please click here for our How To Submit page.SUBMISSION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31, MIDNIGHT, 2012