Paranormal Review - Call for papers

The Editor of the Paranormal Review is looking for contributions. The Paranormal Review is the printed magazine of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR). In it are regularly published a wide range of scholarly articles, letters, reports and comments pertaining to experiential, theoretical, historical, and empirical perspectives on the paranormal. The Paranormal Review is multidisciplinary in its focus. Recent publications include articles on the history of apparitions, reviews of research on
healing and brain-to-brain communication, lecture and conference reports, book reviews, personal accounts of paranormal experiences and much more. The content of articles should reflect the focus of the SPR, detailed below:

The principal areas of study of psychical research concern exchange between minds, or between minds and the environment, which are not dealt with by current orthodox science. This is a large area, incorporating such topics as extrasensory perception (telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and retrocognition), psychokinesis (paranormal effects on physical objects, including poltergeist phenomena), near-death and out-of-body experiences (NDEs & OBEs), apparitions, hauntings and paranormal healing.
One of the Society’s aims has been to examine the question of whether we survive bodily death, by evaluating the evidence provided by mediumship, apparitions of the dead and reincarnation studies.

Articles can be submitted at any time, although deadlines for the quarterly issues are the start of: December, March, June and September. Articles typically vary in length and contain between 500 and 4000 words.


For more information contact Dr Nicola Holt:
Nicola.Holt@uwe.ac.uk<mailto:Nicola.Holt@uwe.ac.uk

 

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