The Ecotone announces theme for 2013 and welcomes submissions
The theme for the 2013 issue of The Ecotone will be body and environment. The Ecotone is the annual interdisciplinary journal produced by the graduate students of the Environmental Studies Program.
The journal is now seeking submissions that explore relationships between body and environment, interpreted broadly: toxic transcorporeality, embodied ecologies, sustainable sustenance, adaptive animals, environmental eroticism, racialized recreation, phenomenological fact-finding, gendered green spaces, etc…
Graduate students, faculty, and staff in any department are invited to submit work for review. Undergraduates who wish to contribute are encouraged to be part of our new Undergrad Writing Mentorship Program. To learn more about this, contact Julie Bacon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions may include academic work, creative writing, or visual art.
- academic submissions to 3,000 words
- essays, fiction, and creative nonfiction to 1,500 words
- poems and visual art to 3 pieces