Blake Journal seeks submissions of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry
The Blake Journal, an annual publication of the UK's Blake Society, seeks submissions of photography, poetry, articles, fiction, and creative nonfiction for future issues. Our mission is to explore Blake's ideas and work in old and new contexts, transgressing the boundaries of traditional scholarship. Past issues have featured G. E. Bentley, Jr., on the legions of William Blakes in the world, Susanne Sklar on Jerusalem's embrace, and reviews of Blake-related performances by Patti Smith and Richard Ramsbotham; upcoming issues will feature an exploration of Blake's principles in conjunction with corporate governance and a virtual tour of South Molton Street as it was during Blake's residence at no. 17.
We accept original submissions of up to 5,000 words (for prose). Reviews of Blake-related books, albums, films, plays, and other media are also welcomed. Please submit manuscripts electronically, if possible, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard copies should be sent to: The Blake Society at St. James's, 197 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LL, UK.
Paige Morgan and Angus Whitehead, editors.