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Sufi Journal

     

Sufi is a semi-annual journal for those seeking to understand the key messages of Sufism and devoted to the study of mysticism in all its aspects. The journal presents articles about literature, history, poetry, philosophy and practice - irrespective of religious denomination. Sufi examines closely the spiritual, social, and ethical principles by which sufis teach harmony and humanitarian values.

Sufi also addresses the subtleties of psychological and heart-related issues by presenting mystical poetry and prose that help the student of spirituality seek out, confirm, and perceive unity in all creation.

Sufi provides both a unique forum for those engaged in spiritual practices as well as a vehicle for scholars of religious and esoteric studies interested in furthering the understanding of Sufism and its relationship to other great spiritual traditions.


Submissions to Sufi Journal

Sufi is devoted to the study of mysticism in all its aspects - literature, history, poetry, philosophy and practice - irrespective of religious denomination. We welcome submissions of written and artistic works for publication in the journal.

Sufi welcomes scholars, poets, and writers to send materials to be considered for publication to:

The Editor
41 Chepstow Pl.
London W2 4TS, ENGLAND
Email: editor@sufijournal.org

Please note the following criteria for submitting written material:

  1. Material may be submitted in either English or Farsi (for the Persian Edition), and should not exceed 6,000 words. The manuscript should be double-spaced with 25 lines per page. A short biography should be enclosed withthe submission.

  2. Notes, if any, should be numbered and grouped together at the end of the text. All references should be parenthesized in the text in accordance with the author-date system of The Chicago Manual of Style. The bibliography should also come at the end of the article and the style of the citation in the bibliography should conform with the specifications as setforth in The Chicago Manual of Style.

  3. Transliterations with accents and diacritics should follow the standards as set forth by the American Library of Congress.


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