Though the initial compilation process ended in September 2021, Nobody’s Home is still open to expanding.
Submissions of book reviews and interviews will be considered year-round. These queries and submissions should relate to beliefs, myths, and narratives in the South since 1970. There are many opportunities to contribute to the anthology in this way, since there are now myriad books being published on these subjects and a plethora of activists, advocates, scholars, journalists, and observers sharing ideas about these matters. Also, book reviews do not have to cover recently released titles; reviews of older titles, published after 1970, are also welcome.
For writers of creative nonfiction, the editor will consider additions to the anthology during an open-submissions period coming this spring. Queries and submissions will be considered between April 15 and June 15. Works accepted during that time will be added to the anthology in August.
The editor is especially interested in submissions from or about Kentucky and Arkansas, which are currently underrepresented in the anthology.