Always nice to see the emergence of a new environmental publication. This one is called Ecocene and is published by the Cappadocia University Environmental Humanities Center.
The inaugural issue is free to download — see below:
The idea with our first special issue is to inaugurate not just the journal but the kind of key bridging dialogues across scientific and scholarly communities that we feel are dearly needed now, drawing on the deep reservoir of human knowledge and capacities available to provide as united a front as possible in our efforts to meet the considerable sustainability challenges facing our world. To that end we have pulled together a diverse group of respondents who are leading researchers and scholars in their respective fields to begin a focused integrated dialogue.
Here’s a link to the introduction to the inaugural issue co-authored by Steven Hartman and Serpil Oppermann:
Learn more here.
And, as always, check out our ever-expanding list of Literary Outlets for Environmental Literature.
Author of the novels The Tourist Trail and Where Oceans Hide Their Dead. Co-founder of Ashland Creek Press and editor of Writing for Animals (also now a writing program).