Return to Mago E-Magazine is created to serve as a venue (1) that visualizes the community of writers, researchers, advocates, poets, artists, and activists who are committed to Goddess-centered/Magoist feminist social change, to be discovered, and (2) that shares, networks, and celebrates of our ontological togetherness across species. And our readers from around the world get to participate in the unfolding of our gift-sharing practices. After all, we are restoring the paradigm/consciousness of WE in S/HE.
We seek your essays, prose, poetry, art, and creative works! Your contributions will work a double-edged sword. It creates a new space for all in WE, while undermining the patriarchal ground. With your contributions, RTM CAN bring change to this world! We also seeks editors on the executive level (see below).
We seek out contributions that can visualize our connections, struggles, and visions. We welcome the following perennially:
Introduction of Goddess from around the world (the great goddess in priority) and her history, myth, material cultures;
Structural/institutional issues (racism, sexism, colonialism, capitalism, and nationalism, etc) that hinder the goddess consciousness and activities;
Spirituality, religion, history of a particular people that revere the female divine;
Cosmology, ecology, and nature in relation to the female divine;
Song/dance of life-searching and life-loving work, project, and expression;
We also seek seasonal themes such as equinoxes and solstices, feast and holiday messages. By contributing to Return to Mago, you are participating in WE, the Current of Connecting with All Beyond Differences, the Way the Universe Is as our ancestors did. Please send an email for submission inquiry or more information to Dr Helen Hye-Sook Hwang (email@example.com, Founding Director and Co-editor).
Don’t be shy, we’ve posted most submissions we’ve received. We’d genuinely like to hear from you, and we respond personally to submissions. Here’s a guide to what we’re broadly looking for: https://magoism.net/people/call-for-contribution/
If you are interested in joining the editorial circle on the executive level, please refer to here and contact Helen Hye-Sook Hwang (firstname.lastname@example.org).