Writing Opportunity: Deep Wild Journal

Always great to see a new literary journal emerge — as well as this new opportunity for writers… Deep Wild Journal: Writing from the Backcountry, seeks submissions of poetry, fiction and nonfiction by March 15 for its inaugural issue, to be published this summer. The mission of Deep Wild is to provide a forum for …

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Waterston Desert Writing Prize Open for Submissions

I’m pasting below a unique writing opportunity: The Waterston Desert Writing Prize 2019 is now open for submissions. Applicants must submit online via Submittable through April 1,2019. The Prize honors creative nonfiction that illustrates artistic excellence, sensitivity to place, and desert literacy, with the desert asboth subject and setting. Inspired by author and poet Ellen …

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The best environmental books we’ve read in 2018

This is our third year of recapping the best books we’ve read over the past year. Here are the 2017 and 2016 lists. We’re so glad that the number of both readers and reviewers of EcoLit Books have grown enough to now have an annual tradition of celebrating our favorite books of the year. And …

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Call for Short Stories: Our Entangled Future

Here’s an exciting new call for submissions from the UiO (University of Oslo) Department of Sociology and Human Geography: Attention writers and humanities researchers: this is a call for narratives that bring us closer to the potentiality of the present and activate “the politics of the possible” in our changing climate. Twelve stories will be …

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The Goose seeks submissions on Art and Environmental Activism

The Goose, one of Canada’s leading literary journal devoted to the arts, environment and culture, is looking for submissions for a special issue that address art and environmental activism. Specifically, they are looking for submissions from artists, activists, and academics, such as: Visual art, poetry, prose, storytelling, craft, print and poster making, digital art, dance, …

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Take a free online class at the University of Iowa: The Story of Place

You can’t find a better deal than this — a free online class from the International Writing Program (the IWP) at the University of Iowa: Stories of Place: Writing and the Natural World. You as participants will work with some of the many possible types of creative non-fiction, ranging from essays, science journalism, travel narratives, and speculative …

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Writing Opportunities: Center for Humans and Nature

The Center for Humans and Nature contributes reviews to EcoLit Books. But did you know they also publish a blog, a journal (Minding Nature) and an ongoing series: Questions for a Resilient Future? And they are now looking for contributions. If you have a story to share, an idea to explore, check out their publication opportunities …

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Six new additions to our list of environmental magazines and journals

We now have a list of 46 journals and magazines dedicated to environmental essays, stories and poetry. Here are five of the newest additions: EcoHustler  http://www.ecohustler.co.uk Emergence Magazine   https://emergencemagazine.org Wild Hope   https://wildhope.org Gull  www.gullzine.com Epizootics   epizooticszine.wordpress.com Alterity   www.alteritystudies.org/alterity-journal   As always, if you have anything new to add to our list, let me know.  

Announcing the 2017 Siskiyou Prize winner & finalists

Many congratulations to the winner of the 2017 Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature: Diana Hartel, for her essay collection Watershed Redemption: Journey in Time on Five U.S. Watersheds. Judge Jonathan Balcombe writes of Diana’s book: “In Watershed Redemption, Diana Hartel’s sweeping, richly researched account conjures up a Bierstadt landscape. With elegant, crystal-clear prose, she weaves a dire yet hopeful tapestry …

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Opportunity for Writers: SAGE Magazine

An interesting opportunity for environmental writers and artists — the window is closing quickly… We are inviting all members of the SAGE community to submit your stories, photographs, original artwork and more for inclusion in the upcoming 2018 Print Edition of SAGE Magazine. If you are interested submitting a piece for inclusion in the print …

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