Harry Potter Special Issue--Extended Deadline
We are starting a national peer-reviewed undergraduate and graduate student journal, The Journal of Fantasy and Fan Cultures. Our first issue is a special issue on Harry Potter and we are accepting academic essays and creative non-fiction submissions.
Submissions opened on February 1st and will be open until June 1st (extended deadline due to COVID19). Submission is free.
Submissions can focus on the Harry Potter books, films, other media, or any expressions of the fan cultures of Harry Potter, including fan fiction, art, sports, or fan communities of other kinds.
You may submit once per issue for each category (creative non-fiction and academic essays). We are not interested in publishing fan fiction or poetry.
Submissions must be 2500-7500 words and, if scholarly, must be in MLA citation format. Please use Times New Roman 12 pt font. Current undergraduates and graduate students in any major or field are eligible to submit, as are holders of master’s degrees.
We consider only previously unpublished work. We ask for first rights to publish accepted work online; after publication, all rights revert to the author.
To submit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- Your document for submission attached to the email with a cover sheet (this will be the only place you put your name)
- The word “submission” and the category (creative non-fiction or academic essay) in the subject line of the email
- A brief bio in the body of the email
Jane Elizabeth Dougherty is Associate Professor of English and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Faculty Advisor and Chair of the Advisor Board, Journal of Fantasy and Fan Cultures.