Journal of Experiential Trance Special Theme Issue on Erotic Trance

JOURNAL OF EXPERIENTIAL TRANCE
SPECIAL THEME ISSUE ON
EROTIC  TRANCE

The JOURNAL OF EXPERIENTIAL TRANCE is accepting submissions for the upcoming theme issue on EROTIC TRANCE.

While submissions on all topics related to experiential trance and hypnosis are always welcome, we are particularly seeking submissions related to EROTIC TRANCE . . . including, but in no way limited to recreational or therapeutic technique discussions or scripts as well as papers, case studies and more related to sensual trance work, hypnotic sex, therapeutic interventions, mental orgasms, channeled sexual energy, and more).

You can find previous issues of the JOURNAL OF EXPERIENTIAL TRANCE online at http://www.trancesociety.org/journal . . . as is the nature of such ongoing endeavors . . . now it’s time to get the next theme issue ready for publication . . . so . . . please note and contribute soon.

If you would like to submit for consideration an article or essay or case study or review or creative process write up for the JOURNAL OF EXPERIENTIAL TRANCE (journal/magazine), please feel free to submit now.  No, you do NOT need to be a member of the SET to submit to the journal.  This is a non-exclusive theme issue, so non-theme submissions will be considered; although primary consideration is given to pieces that fit the theme of Erotic Trance.

Straightforward informal essays are fine. These do not need to be academically researched papers, although formal papers are also accepted.

Submission of longer pieces in the 8-12 page range are very much appreciated, although we will also be publishing some short pieces in the two to three page range.

Pieces should be related to experiential trance, hypnosis, hyperempiria, guided imagery, EFT, TFT, meditation, HK, neurolinguistic programming, focused trance, or other areas related to changework or trancework.  Appropriate contexts may range from therapeutic, entertainment, recreational, intimate relationship, educational, sports, performance enhancement, coaching, or other applications including discussion of application or original process or script shares.  In addition to practical application, essays may also discuss fictional themes or works in review.  Selected fictional works are also considered on a limited basis.

Members in good standing of the Society of Experiential Trance (http://www.trancesociety.org) receive continuing education credits for publication in the journal (although non-members are also very welcome to contribute).

Yes, your name, webpage URL, and a short paragraph bio/introduction will be included with the published piece.

Send your submission directly to the editor, Brian David Phillips, via email to brian@briandavidphillips.com . . . those wishing to be considered for publication in the next issue should have their submissions in very soon, although consideration is on a first-come-first-served basis so once we have enough vetted acceptances for the next issue, we will begin considering pieces for following issues.

Authors of accepted articles grant the Journal of Experiential Trance limitied non-exclusive rights to publication within the journal (print and electronic) or journal collections but retain all other rights for subsequent use so you keep your rights to use the piece elsewhere.

There is more information about journal submissions athttp://www.trancesociety.org/journal as well as an archive copy of the premiere issue . . . Pieces may be related to experiential trance, hypnosis, hyperempiria, guided imagery, EFT, TFT, meditation, HK, neurolinguistic programming, focused trance, or other areas related to changework or trancework.  Appropriate contexts may range from therapeutic, entertainment, recreational, intimate relationship, educational, or other applications including discussion of application or original process or script shares.  In addition to practical application, essays may also discuss fictional themes or works in review.  Selected fictional works are also considered on a limited basis.

The Journal of Experiential Trance is a free international peer-reviewed journal that follows an open community inclusive model.  See http://www.trancesociety.org/journal for more information.

All the best,
Brian