SCP Journal and SCP Newsletter submission guidelines and market information

SCP Journal and SCP Newsletter



SCP Journal and SCP Newsletter Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

Spiritual Counterfeits Project
P.O. Box 4308
Berkeley CA 94704-4308

Phone: (510)540-0300

Fax: (510)540-1107

Editor: Tal Brooke, editor

Submitting Your Work to SCP Journal and SCP Newsletter

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From the SCP Journal and SCP Newsletter guidelines:

Our mandate is to reach demanding non-Christians by means of crossover publications while showing Christians the inner workings of today's deceptions from an insider's viewpoint. Among its awards, SCP has won three National EPA First Place Awards, including the 1991 First Place award in the category of critical review.

SCP's stringent mandate has narrowed our field of writers. To meet this challenge, we have assembled a wider group of scholar-journalists to observe and comment on current affairs. Most of the material we publish is generated internally or through established writers known to us either by reputation or by personal contact. Their usual profile is that they are published, have advanced degrees from top ranked universities, as well as personal experience that makes their work uniquely credible. What this means is that at times we must turn down the material of perfectly good writers simply because they submitted material irrelevant to our topic of focus and did not check with us first. Our journals cover single themes such as Gaia, Joseph Campbell, Cyberspace, and so forth. If we are writing about Deepak Chopra and an article is submitted on some other topic, it has missed the mark. So email us first and tell us your background and your idea. But do not be surprised if we politely say "no."

Submission Guidelines Details for SCP Journal and SCP Newsletter

Market Type: Magazine

Contact: Tal Brooke, editor

Accepts: Book Excerpts, Essays, Interviews, Opinion, Personal Experience, Profiles, Religious

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Updated October 27, 2020