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November 2014: Writer Bulletin and Books for Review


Greetings from the editorial committee at

We have put together our latest list of books for which we are seeking reviewers. Please use the Editor contact information to write to me to request it. We invite you to pass the document or this notice on to friends and colleagues whom you think would be interested in writing for

I also invite you to read my short Get Involved article on “Looking for Good Writers: Have Something to Say?

Since our last bulletin in April, we have continued to see good growth as we enjoy some of the new opportunities that digital publishing has made available to us. We have already brought the majority of the articles and reviews from our past issues online. We are still, however, learning how to make the best use of this site and we deeply appreciate your prayers and your patience with us.

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Please leave comments on article pages and share them through your social media outlets. We have already seen some wonderful conversations taking place and we hope you will invite your friends, parishioners, and students to join you for more at

What interests you?

If one or more of these titles interests you, please visit the respective publisher’s website for a brief description of the book. To assist with these searches, ISBN numbers are included in this list when available. If you cannot locate the publisher’s web address, please let me know.

Don’t see a book that should be here?

The editors know that there are many, many books not listed here that should be. If you are aware of a book that should be reviewed by that is not mentioned here (including your own work), please search for it on and if it is not found, send the Editor a note to tell us about it. Do let me know if you are interested in reviewing it yourself or if you know someone that would be interested.

When you have made your selections

If you are interested in reviewing any of these titles, please write the Editor with your selections and for more information. It is our privilege to request the titles from the publisher and they will send them to you directly (so please include your address in your request).

Style guide and time frames

A style guide is available upon request. However, the editorial committee is more interested in writers using their own style consistently than following our guide like a rulebook. We prefer reviews with a length of 500 – 1200 words, ideally at 700 words. Once reviewers have received books from the publishers, we prefer to see a review within six months and each additional within three months. However, one of the wonderful things about going from print to digital is that we have done away with our need for copy dates. Our objective is to be flexible with our writers.

Please note: some of these titles are intended for an audience more academic than many of the readers coming to Please help us make these resources more accessible to a wider audience.

When Submitting Articles

When submitting articles or reviews to, please wait until published on before submitting or posting the content elsewhere. All submissions remain the intellectual property of the authors and by making a submission to for consideration, writers are granting the right to publish in outlets of the Pneuma Foundation. Thank you for your participation with us.

In the love of the Father,

Raul Mock

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About the Author: Raul L. Mock is one of the founders and directors of the Pneuma Foundation and editor of The Pneuma Review. Raul has been part of an Evangelical publishing ministry since 1996, working with Information Services and Supply Chain Management for more than two decades. He and his wife, Erin, have a daughter and twin boys and live in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. LinkedIn

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