Oct 14

Call for Submissions: Sigyn Devotional

Call for Submissions by Sigrun Freyskona
Deadline: February 28, 2009

I am compiling a devotional anthology dedicated to Sigyn, bride of Loki.  While I will be doing a fair amount of work on this devotional myself, I am open to receiving contributions of essays, prayers, poetry, musings of your personal experiences with Her, and meditations.  It goes without saying that since there is not a lot of information on Sigyn in the primary sources, but She is still calling people, that this book will be personal gnosis-heavy.  I also will need a cover artist to create a cover in JPEG or TIFF format of 300 dpi.

This book is specifically for Sigyn Herself, and as such, mention may be made of Her family but the focus should be mostly on Her.  You do not need to be devoted to Sigyn to contribute, but you should have a working relationship with Her.

I am looking for quality contributions rather than quantity, and as such, I reserve the right to reject submissions that I feel are not appropriate for the book.  This is not personal, but is the way of the writing world.  Furthermore, anything bigoted, Jotun-bashing, or eschatological is not welcome for this book.

I cannot give financial compensation for the material given, please consider your contributions an offering to Sigyn Herself.  I may be able to provide contributor copies for the major contributors (those who put in the most material).

Please send inquiries and contributions to freyskona AT g mail dot com with the subject line SIGYN DEVOTIONAL.  Submissions should be in a .doc or .rtf format.  (I CANNOT accept .docx as my computer will not read that format; I mention this because it has been a problem in the past.)  The deadline for contributions is February 28, 2009; I will send release forms out via e-mail, which I must have signed and mailed back to me in order to have legal permission to use your work.  You will of course retain the rights to your work thereafter.

Sigrun Freyskona

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