Call For Papers
For the next special issue of Fantastika Journal, we are interested in works that contain representations of the LGBTQIA+ community, relationships, and full spectrum of identities as well academic criticism that utilises queer or trans theory as a lens to examine Fantastika narratives
General Issue of Fantastika Journal
The journal welcomes submissions throughout the year regardless of theme or topic as long as the content is relevant to Fantastika in some manner or form. Please refer to our submissions guidelines. Accepted submissions will be published in our next upcoming general issue.
Mythcon52: The Mythic, the Fantastic, and the Alien
Mythcon 52’s invite discussion about the types of fantasy that are more likely to put us into contact with the alien, such as time portal fantasy and space travel fantasy.
Through the Looking-Glass: A Companion
Following the Through the Looking Glass Sesquicentenary Conference, we invite submissions for a Companion to Through the Looking-Glass of short pieces (4000 words), centring around Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass, its cultural and adaptation history, and its ongoing relevance until today.
Fantasy Literature: A Companion
This companion seeks to update and address underexamined areas of fantasy fiction, with the chief aim to provide a global introduction to English-language and English-translation fantasy fiction with a focus on the contemporary written word (narrative prose) produced in late 20th and early 21st century.
If you are interested in advertising your CFP on our website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject line "Website Post". Include all details in the body of the text (no attachments please). CFPs must be of interest to the Fantastika Remit. The editors reserve the right to reject CFPs that do not match the goals and aims of Fantastika Journal.
Check out these events related to Fantastika, hosted by renown academics in the field.
(Note that Fantastika Journal is not affiliated with any of these events/organisations).
online, January 19
Games, Culture, and Identity: The MultiPlay Conference 2022
Games, Culture, and Identity: The MultiPlay Conference 2022 is a multi-disciplinary conference which will bring together a range of academics and practitioners across different fields.
By the Mythopoeic Society
The Inklings and Horror: Fantasy's Dark Corner
The Mythopoeic Society's first online winter seminar will be held on Feb 4-5, 2022 via Zoom.
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