The Writing for Change Journal is accepting submissions for its fourth collection through Friday, March 31, 2023. Visit the journal’s website for complete information about the theme and submission guidelines for this edition.
The fourth collection of the Writing for Change Journal centers on the most significant and wide-reaching form of change that there is today: climate change. We are interested in submissions that reflect the nuanced ways we experience climate change, how we think about impact, and how our research and daily experiences of climate change enrich our collective understanding and responsibility. Read the full theme on the journal’s website.
Typically, representations of nature/nonhumans are used as cover art for each collection of the Writing for Change Journal. If you are a regional photographer and you have a photo that you think captures the tone of this collection’s theme, please consider submitting. (Even outside of the cover art, photography of all kinds are welcomed submissions).
- We accept individual and collaborative submissions
- Essays should not exceed 1,500 words.
- When possible, link to outside sources in text.
- Digital artwork submissions can be in almost any format, but jpegs are preferable. Images
- should be at least 300 DPI (1200 x 1800 px).
- Large files such as audio or video files are welcomed. Please email to make arrangements
- to transfer via Dropbox if the file is too large to send via email.
- All submissions should be checked for accessibility.
Submissions are due by Friday, March 31, 2023 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions can be directed to the submissions email or to the journal’s advisor Kyle Boggs (email@example.com).