Submissions

Call for Submissions

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine explores the practice of psychology and its alternatives in all their beautiful and complex possibilities. Our mission is to provide the cutting-edge information and technology that will lead us into the future of the healing arts.

The magazine examines the work of thought-changing practitioners — academics, philosophers, writers and artists in regular columns, features, essays, profiles, interviews, and reviews, as well as showcases works by contemporary visual and performance artists who examine issues of identity, self-reflection, sexuality, consciousness, and interpersonal relationships. Work is presented through text, podcasts and videos, offering a multilevel system of experiences.

 

Out now! Issue #19: Evolving the Future: The New Consciousness

The theme of Issue #20 our fourth year anniversary is – What do Millennials Think and Feel?

Some of the questions we hope to discuss are:

Is there a singular millennial mind or identity?
How have electronics change relationships?
What is millennial entitlement?
How do millennial consider work?
Is there a millennia code of ethics?
What is millennial relationship to money and success?
What does well-being mean to millennials?
What do millennial think about psychology?

Submissions will be due in the following order:

Text/Video and Audio

To submit completed work for consideration in an upcoming issue of Psychology Tomorrow Magazine, please contact by June 5th:

Info@PsychologyTomorrowMagazine.com (For magazine and website submissions)

Please include in your e-mail:

1. Your name, any affiliation, and a brief biography.

2. A brief statement describing how your submission relates to one of our upcoming themes.

3. A full-length article or excerpt from a full-length work. Please send your work as an attachment, with the author name – title of the piece as the file name.

Although we do not limit the word count of pieces chosen for publication, most fall within the range of 1,000 to 1,500 words.

We generally cannot respond to submissions immediately. Please allow 2 weeks for a response from our editorial committee. Feel free to inquire thereafter. Thank you for your interest in joining our mission, and we look forward to your involvement in our growing community.

Poetry

If your poetry addresses one of the themes of an upcoming issue, please submit to us at:

Info@PsychologyTomorrowMagazine.com

Please include:

1. Your name, publication list (if applicable), a brief biography, and the theme for which you are submitting.

2. Include poetic work(s) as a separate attachment, along with titles for each piece submitted. 

Art

If your artwork addresses one of the themes of an upcoming issue, please submit to us at:

mattkyba@gmail.com

Please include:

1. Your name, exhibition list (if applicable), a brief biography, and the theme for which you are submitting.

2. The size, materials, and date(s) of pieces submitted.

3. An Artist’s Statement discussing the intention and process of any work submitted.

4. A series of images representing your work.

We generally cannot respond to submissions immediately. Please allow 2 weeks for a response from our editorial committee. Feel free to inquire thereafter. Thank you for your interest in joining our mission, and we look forward to your involvement in our growing community.

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