CFP: Emanations: A New Anthology Series Devoted to Fiction, Poetry, and Essays

Carter Kaplan sent out a cfp for a new anthology (official blog here):

Emanations

The editors of Emanations seek fiction, poetry, essays, manifestos and reviews. The emphasis is on alternative narrative structures, new epistemologies, peculiar settings, esoteric themes, sharp breaks from reality, ecstatic revelations, and vivid and abundant hallucinations.

The editors believe that recognizable genres are fit points of departure—science fiction, fantasy, horror, mystery, local color, romance, realism, surrealism, postmodernism—but the idea behind the idea is the thing, just as the magician behind the magician is . . . the magician. In other words, Emanations seeks to say something new, but the illusion of something new can be just as important. Essays should be exuberant, daring, and free of pedantry. Length is a consideration in making publication decisions, but in keeping with the spirit of the project contributors should consider length to be “open.”

Send files with brief cover note to Carter Kaplan:

IAsubmissions@hotmail.com

Board of Editorial Advisors

Ruud Antonius

Horace Jeffery Hodges

Norman Spinrad, blog

Vitasta Raina

Michael Beard

Andrew Howdle

Elkie Riches

Mike Chivers

Carter Kaplan

Kai Robb, 2

Tessa Dick

Michael Moorcock

Joel K. Soiseth

Mack Hassler

Darren R. Partridge

Emanations is a not-for-profit literary project and contributors cannot be compensated at this time. All proceeds from the sale of Emanations will support the efforts of International Authors to publish new voices from around the world.

Published By International Authors

I am a professor of English at the New York City College of Technology, CUNY whose teaching includes composition and technical communication, and research focuses on 20th/21st-century American culture, science fiction, neuroscience, and digital technology.

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One comment on “CFP: Emanations: A New Anthology Series Devoted to Fiction, Poetry, and Essays
  1. […] Kaplan, who I have mentioned here, here and here, and who is the author of the Michael Moorcock blessed novel Tally Ho, Cornelius!, has a new novel […]

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