November 23, 2015
LiturgicalCredo.com has a new editorial mission: contemporary mythopoeia, parables, fables, and fairy tales of 300-500 words in the forms of flash fiction, poems, and brief nonfiction.
New myths, parables, fables, and fairy tales allow storytellers to work with archetypal characters as well as fantastical settings. As enduring genres, they give writers economical modes of re-imagining contemporary conflicts, relationships, habits, assumptions, and beliefs.
In these modes, perceptive storytellers force us to find new grips on reality by showing us situations more true to our lifelong inner experiences than our moment-to-moment workaday lives. The best handle on life, we realize, is not quite where we thought it was.
March 1, 2014
We’re having some temporary problems which have led to (A) quite a few recent emails going unread, and (B) our main site being temporarily down. Please stay tuned. We’ll be back next week! And if you’ve sent an email submission during the past 3 months, please send it again this coming Tuesday, March 4. By then, we should have everything sorted out. We beg your patience.
September 26, 2010
LiturgicalCredo is moving to a new publishing format. Instead of having seasonal editions, we will hold ongoing, open submissions, and we will update the site with new work as frequently as possible.
That being said, LiturgicalCredo occasionally will publish special themed editions with limited submission dates.
Writers may submit their works to firstname.lastname@example.org. However, please read several previously published works before submitting.
New work will start appearing on our home page soon!