Re-imagining publishes articles that seek to take an in-depth look at the most pressing issues and questions facing our species today with well-constructed arguments, creative and nuanced reflections, and high quality writing. In addition, we will publish a small amount of poetry, fiction, and visual art.
The theme for our next issue is: 
Winter/Spring 2018: “Apocalypse: Reflections on the End of a World(view)”

We are interested in historical, philosophical, and theological perspectives, but we also hope to find work that is grounded in the issues confronting our world today. We particularly hope to find imaginative perspectives not only on what is ending now, but also on what is being unveiled—and how we can re-imagine all areas of human endeavor, from farming to education, from ecology to economics.

We are looking for work that is both critical and creative, including poetry and non-fiction. We appreciate work that is well-researched and integrates scholarship on apocalyptic traditions, but that is also intended of a general audience.

While it is good to keep this theme in mind, any submission will be considered that is consistent with our statement of intent.
While we may look at a complete, unsolicited article, it is best to first submit a CV, proposal (no more than a page) and writing sample. Submissions can be sent to