Submissions for issue 10 of Unpsychology Magazine are now open. The theme for the 2024 edition of the mag is Edges.
Submission deadline: February 29 2024
Find the guidelines for issue 10: Edges at: unpsychology.substack.com/p/unpsychology-10-edges
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Issue 10 of Unpsychology Magazine is based around the theme of EDGES
You are invited to submit to Unpsychology Magazine’s 10th anniversary issue. We’d like to hear from those whose voices come from the edges – and those whose creativity and experience resonate with ideas of ecology, mind, culture and the edges that appear, shift-shape and dissipate in these times.
In 2014, when our first issue came out, we used the tagline: ‘A journal of post-civilised neurodiversity and wild mind’; the perspectives underpinning it emerging from the edges of our psychological culture. We’d like to explore these ideas further: ideas of diversity, relationship and identity; neurodivergence, wild mind and madness; and what the edges of these experiences might mean in our troubled, broken world.
The deadline for submissions is 29th February 2024. Edges will be published in the Summer of 2024.
We will also be running two workshops on January 13th 2024 for those who’d like to engage with the creative potential of edges, and to explore potential submissions and ideas with the editors and others. See below for further information on these. The two workshops are scheduled to be accessible to attendees from across the world.
You can download a PDF version of this Submissions Call from HERE.
The Unpsychology project
unpsychology magazine has been going for nine years, and publishes writing, art, video, music related to the broad theme of how humans see and experience the world – and each other – in increasingly complex and troubled times. Each of our published editions (FREE to download from https://unpsychology.substack.com/p/download-your-free-unpsychology-magazines), take a theme and build on it. We have had two editions responding to the complexity of the climate emergency, and other themes have included childhood, the other-than-human, earthsongs, warm data and our most recent double issue Imaginings.
If you have an idea about how and when 'mind' emerges and flows in and between the contexts, realities and relationships of our world, we'd like to hear it. Contact Steve and Julia at email@example.com