Thanks for your interest in writing for Metapsychosis.
First, consider joining us on our community platform, Infinite Conversations, and sharing your submission ideas there. This is a great way for us to get to know you, and for you to get to know our fellow writers and artists.
However, we also accept unsolicited submissions via the form on this page.
Metapsychosis is currently seeking the following:
- Non-fiction articles and essays no more than 2,500 words in length
- Thoughtful, non-academic longform (don’t send us your academic submissions…yet)
- Fiction should be anywhere up to 10,000 words
We encourage interdisciplinary writing. When scholarly, it should be in the spirit of the public intellectual (via Ralph Waldo Emerson, Umberto Eco and Susan Sontag). It should possess something of a “negative capability” (via John Keats), or an “antifragility” (Nassim Taleb). Most of all, writers should have the capacity not only to tolerate but to thrive on diverse points of view and modes of expression.
Metapsychosis is receives submissions in creative fiction or nonfiction, personal and critical essays, poetry and short stories, comics, film and music, performance media, film and book reviews, interviews, biographies and opinion pieces.
Topics we are looking for include, but are not limited to: interdisciplinary scholarship, transpersonal psychology, critical theory, consciousness studies, the transpersonal in literature, literary fiction, folklore and mythology, climate change and the Anthropocene in literature and culture, interstitial fiction, meta-fiction, civil rights and liberties, global/local liberation movements, comic books and pop culture, science fiction and fantasy, contemplative writing, yoga and meditation, visionary culture, modern religious movements, occulture and esotericism, cosmology, deep ecology, the devic realm, astrology, integral theory and integral philosophies, meta theories, psychotherapy, depth psychology, indigenous spirituality, psychedelic studies, liberation theology, feminism, gender studies, queer theory, history, avant-garde film, zombies, etc…