>From: kurvanas <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: MindFire Literary Arts Journal (ongoing; journal)
>The award-winning, decade old Mind Fire journal of the literary arts
>has returned in an expanded quarterly edition. It now features
>international editors from every continent with work in English and
>MindFire Renewed covers all things concerning the literary arts: poetry,
> fiction, nonfiction, criticism, reviews, art, photography, etc.
>Full submission guidelines:
>Mind Fire submissions open year around.
>As always, we are searching for new, eclectic, experimental works of
> Given the expanded format, we are especially interested in academic
> submissions of creative nonfiction, articles, essays, and reviews of
>works in all
> areas. Especially interested in groundbreaking literary and historical
> or areas of history, anthropology, science, philosophy, art, etc. that
>deal with literary realms in society or the rise and definition of
>civilization (eg, how did the World Wars and the end of imperial
>colonialism impact styles and subjects in world literature?).
>Intersections fascinate. Beyond the norm, MindFire is also about
>fusions, experimentation, boundary breaking explorations, and the
>creation of the new. We're curious to see how issues may be approached
>in new or unique ways; how different discplines and sciences may be
>combined for new critical theories of revelation; how modern and
>ancient texts may be reinterpretted or evaluated to predict future
>literary trends; how these trends via the prism of today's technologies
>can forecast future literature; how different media (TV, film, radio,
>Web) are impacting traditional writing techniques, content, styles,
>etc. Subject possibilities are endless. Query with a proposal if you
>think your research is outside the bounds.
>General literary criticism and review also welcome. Scholars at all
> are invited to participate, as we welcome those inside and outside
> newly published or famously and career published. We are seeking an
>expansive dialogue on creativity, or as we say it, the fire of the
>mind. Also looking for foreign language works and translations (there
>are specific language editors, such as Russian, Spanish, Portugeuse,
>Norwegian, Arabic, etc., and regional editors such as Africa, Oceania,
>Eastern Europe; However all translations considered must be
>accompanied by original language version) or work on the art/problems
>Any style or subject welcome. Maximum submission length (strictly not
> enforced) is 20,000 words. Art/photographic works and word-image
>fusions considered case by case.
>One note: Due to Saul Bellow's recent passing we are looking for
>articles, essays, reviews, poetry, etc., on/inspired by the author for
>a special memorial issue this summer.
>Thank you for your time and attention.
>Thomas Fortenberry, owner
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