Visionary Fiction Alliance

Portal to Visionary Fiction – Transforming Human Consciousness

Join the VFA

Join the Visionary Fiction Alliance here.

If you are an author who has written Visionary Fiction, would you like to join us? Please read the following list of benefits and obligations, and then sign up at the bottom of this page. (Publishers and reviewers are also welcome to join – please select the membership type that applies to you. Readers who wish to join us, please select ‘reader’  as your membership and check the box to join the mailing list).

Author benefits:

  • Your site will be listed in our VF author database
  • You will be added to our mailing list (this is optional)
  • You will have the opportunity to guest post on the VFA site to promote yourself
  • You can announce your giveaways etc. in the VFA authors section
  • You will be given priority for an interview
By signing up, you agree to:
  • Place the member’s badge (which we will send you by email) somewhere in prominence on your site/blog
  • Write a page, or a blog post, on your own site (however brief) explaining why you have joined the VFA and what VF is

Failure to fulfil these obligations may result in your name being removed from our database

Join the Visionary Fiction Alliance here.

31 comments on “Join the VFA

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  2. Barbara Rogers Wilson
    April 19, 2013

    I welcome the opportunity to engage in dialogue with other seekers who look beyond outworn dogmas of both nineteenth-century science and fundamentalist religions. We are engaged in a world-changing shift that will move us toward understanding that we are part of a larger family–all sentient beings on this fragile world, our island home. Human individuals may well be cells in a larger body, that of Gaia, the Earth, which in turn may be a cell in the body of the universe as a whole. I hope our literary work will help readers imagine a far richer reality than the one to which the previous spirit-bereft age conditioned us.

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  3. Peggy Holloway
    April 23, 2013

    That is beautiful. Thank you so much!

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  4. marielanstewart
    October 29, 2013

    I want to join VFA!! I don’t see the form where I need to register. Could someone kindly send me the join link to my e-mail- mariela.n.stewart@gmail.com
    Thank you in advance!
    In love and light,

    Mariela Stewart
    http://www.marielastewart.com

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  5. Rachel Medhurst
    February 7, 2014

    I’m still unsure whether my work is Visionary Fiction. My novel has a life after death theme, but no magic. Is there anyway for me to get clearer on whether my novel fits this genre? Thank you, Rachel

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  6. Admin - Eleni
    February 7, 2014

    Hi Rachel:

    Welcome to the VFA. For a detailed explanation of the genre go to this page:

    https://visionaryfictionalliance.wordpress.com/what-is-visionary-fiction/

    You’ll also find a list of examples.

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  7. Karen R. Thorne
    July 27, 2014

    Somehow I missed the email with the web badge! I just found it and am adding the badge to my site, along with a blog post about VFA. My author site has always had a definition of Visionary fiction reference along with a link to the VFA. I’m so happy to see how this alliance is growing! We are truly needed in this world of media violence and “(empty) sex sells.”

    After recent updates and revamping of both my book covers and website, I have made a note to submit some of my work for reviews, and to return here often.

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  8. Admin - Eleni
    July 27, 2014

    Hi Karen. Welcome to the VFA. Just let us know when you put it up, and we’ll add you to our database.

    Eleni

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    • agoldenquill
      July 31, 2014

      p.s. I can’t seem to connect VFA with my author page on Facebook – it keeps wanting to connect to my personal profile rather than my author page. Also tried to join the Visionary Fiction Authors closed group, but again it wouldn’t let me in except under my personal profile, not my author page. Any suggestions?

      I’m on Facebook as Author Karen R. Thorne.

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  9. Pavan Swan
    August 27, 2014

    I don’t get how to sign up as a member. I tried, it just puts me on the mailing list. I can’t see where to sign in, and I’m not even sure if I’m signed up. I didn’t get the badge mentioned, it’s been slightly frustrating. Cheers…

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    • Victor E. Smith
      October 30, 2014

      Apologies, Pavan, that your name did not appear in the Visionary Fiction database page until now. It was in duplicate in the actual database. I see that you have two email addresses theshapeoflife@gmail.com and pavanswan@live.com. Which do you prefer to be listed by? I will update the database as soon as I hear from you. Thanks much and welcome, if belated. Vic Smith, Admin

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  10. Michael Sharp
    September 25, 2014

    I’m trying to join as well but don’t see a link. I’ve written a visionary Song of Creation, and a couple of visionary kids books that’s I’d like to promote here. are there other instructions that are missing?

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  11. Michael Sharp
    September 26, 2014

    ya ok. i did that. now what?

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  12. Michael Sharp
    October 1, 2014

    still no luck..

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    • margaretduarte
      October 1, 2014

      Hi Michael. I found your name on our membership list. I will check with an administrator and get you and a link to your website added to our VF database. Welcome to VFA.

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  13. Earlene Gleisner
    December 9, 2014

    I am applying for membership with VFA. I see no other way to do this. Hope it’s the ‘way’.

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    • Admin - Eleni
      December 18, 2014

      The link is on the left side bar, Earlene. Click on it, and you’ll be directed to the page to sign up.

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  14. Anne Kerrigan
    December 18, 2014

    Hello. I am about half way through writing my first children’s fiction. I came across your website while doing some research on visionary fiction and I am interested in joining the group.

    I do not have an official website created yet. Will a facebook page for my writing be sufficient to join the VFA?

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    • Admin - Eleni
      December 18, 2014

      Of course you can join. You’ll find this group to be a valuable support system. The link is on the left side of the menu. Good luck with your writing!

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  15. Anne Kerrigan
    December 19, 2014

    Thank you Eleni. I clicked the link and completed the form and the popup had me save the email address to my contacts. However, I have not received the confirmation email.

    Does that take a while to go through, or should I expect something immediately?

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    • Admin - Eleni
      December 19, 2014

      Hi Anne:

      I just checked the database and couldn’t find your name. Did you Click on the link on the left sidebar? I can send you the information. Maybe something is blocking your form from reaching my address. I’m going to add you manually. You should receive a join email shortly.

      Love and light,
      Eleni

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  16. Anne Kerrigan
    December 19, 2014

    Thanks Eleni. I got your email and am working on setting up the banner to my Facebook page. That will take some effort, not sure how it will work. (Suggestions welcome from anyone!)

    To answer your question, I clicked on the Join the VFA link from the left menu bar, which brought me back to this page. Then I clicked on “here” in Join the Visionary Fiction Alliance here above which took me to a form. It appeared to work, I just never got the confirmation email.

    Hope that is helpful.
    Thank you again,
    Anne

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  17. What a Heart Can Hold
    January 6, 2015

    Hi Eleni,
    I tried to sign up as an author and I entered my website (www.jkgreene.com) in the appropriate space on the application form, but when I hit the submit button I got an error message saying I needed to enter a URL. I tried again and the same thing happened. Not sure what I am doing wrong.
    Jan Krause Greene

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  18. skywalkerstoryteller
    January 10, 2015

    I learned about you from a blog by Ellis Nelson. I’ve actually so far published one book that totally fits this genre and it’s a novella. But, having a genre gives me impetus to complete the many stories and books that have been dormant. I look forward to seeing our visions manifest through this group.

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  19. ellemoss10
    January 12, 2015

    Such a wonderful site to inspire a feeling of simple belonging. Thanks to Eleni and Victor. And thanks too to Jolene Turner for this quote which I paraphrase: Visionary Fiction is a unique genre. It infuses story with spiritual and metaphysical themes meant to catalyze shifts of consciousness.” Yes! Such clarity on what we intend. I’ve published a novel called, “Quantum Venus & the Magic Theatre” on Kindle. Hardly anyone reads it but that’s okay because it probably needs a professional and sensitive edit before I do print-on-demand. Any suggestions?

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  20. Admin - Eleni
    January 12, 2015

    Thanks for your comment, Ellen. Editing followed by proofreading is vital as an indie author. I can give my recommendations privately. Just send me an email, but you can also check out our resource page which does have links to such services.

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  21. terriponce
    March 8, 2015

    Another author mentioned your group/site to me, and my first thought? Wow, these are people just like me! Can’t wait to join the crowd… 🙂

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  22. princeoftides
    October 29, 2015

    With a handle like ‘princeoftides’ I feel I may be in good company. 🙂
    I just completed writing a visionary/mystical/spiritual fiction debut novel, 10 years in the making, really having a challenge to classify into the right genre terms.
    Just starting the hunt for a good review, a publisher, or literary agent, and would like to get there sooner than later. Any best advice?

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  23. Steve Liddick
    December 16, 2015

    At least, a genre into which my novel can call home. “All That Time” is relatively scientific, certainly fiction. However, science-fiction never quite described my time-travel odyssey. An early mentor said, “I am stuck with trying to find a genre for your story.” I have often described “All That Time” as “sci-fi lite,” but even that did not quite do the job. “Visionary Fiction” best describes my story of a 55-year-old man who travels back forty years in time, inside the mind of his 15-year-old self. There, with all the maturity, knowledge and experience he has gained over a lifetime, he sees his adolescence very differently from the original version and is able to make adjustments that will impact his future.

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