01 March 2012

Call for Submissions: The Journal of Queer Theology

Post date: 01 March 2012
The Journal of Queer Theology is a new international academic journal focusing on queer theological studies from various faith traditions. One of our primary intentions is to include queer voices often neglected by mainstream theological academia. The editor of JQT is the Rev. Daniel Payne, pastor of Open Doors Community Church in Seoul, South Korea. Our first full edition will be published April 2012. We will publish on a regular basis as submissions are received thereafter.

Anyone is welcome to submit an article for consideration. All articles should be written according to the Chicago Manual of Style, and should usually be between 2000-5000 words in length, though shorter (and sometimes longer) submission are considered. All articles will be considered as long as the subject matter is on some aspect of queer theology. Each article is peer-reviewed. Please allow 2-3 weeks for an editorial decision. Submit your essay in .doc format to the editor, Rev. Daniel Payne, at koreanrainbow@gmail.com.


For inquiries: koreanrainbow@gmail.com

For submissions: koreanrainbow@gmail.com
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