Seeking Interdisciplinary Ecological Scholarship for Issue on "Hybridity" (Deadline May 1st)
Kudzu Review is now calling for Scholarly Essays for its newest yearly publication: The Kudzu Scholar. The journal's focus "literature of an invasive species" reveals diverse intersections of post-colonial and ecocritical understandings of texts and environs.
We are particularly interested in book reviews of recent works such as The Bioregional Imagination, Ecopoetics, The Ecopoetry Anthology, and other such works on ecocritical thought, short essays (1000-3000 words) which offer "green" literary analysis, and longer essays which develop interdisciplinary approaches to ecological theory, environmental writers, ecological philosophy, green pedagogy, and much more. Most importantly, the subject matter should reflect our focus "literature of an invasive species" and our theme "hybridity," which is intentionally vague.
Please include a CV, and give a brief description of the essay in your cover letter. You may submit through our Submittable Submissions Platform by visiting our website:
We are also interested in peer-reviewers for submissions to our scholarly issue, as well as readers for our creative writing submissions. If you are interested in serving in either of these capacities, email firstname.lastname@example.org