Authors are sought to contribute entries to a forthcoming publication, Encyclopedia of Witchcraft.
Organized alphabetically in four volumes, Encyclopedia of Witchcraft is intended for high school, college, and public libraries. The purpose of the work is to provide an authoritative encyclopedia of witchcraft for both the general reader and scholars of European history, religion, and culture. The work will focus on witchcraft in Europe and the Americas, but will also include entries on the ancient Near East, classical antiquity, and the European Middle Ages. Entries will cover noteworthy individuals (theologians, demonologists, authors, persons involved in witchcraft trials, etc.), geographical locations, famous trials, folklore, influential books, beliefs, deities, and other elements associated with witchcraft.
Encyclopedia of Witchcraft will be published by ABC-CLIO, an award-winning publisher of reference books.
Modest honoraria will be provided. Please direct all inquiries to Professor Richard Golden, general editor.
Professor Richard Golden
Department of History
University of North Texas
Phone: (940) 565-2288
Fax: (940) 369-8838 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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