Submissions

Below, you will find 4 submission options:
1. eco-blog
2. forum
3. call for papers: eco-read
4. call for papers: Tvergastein

1. eco-blog

Or eco-trash. Trash is valuable commodity. Never undervalue trash. Always try to re-use trash. Recycle your ideas. You never know how much you inspire others (and yourself) by simply daring to voice ideas that you otherwise might have considered “wrong size”, “sun-bleached”, “after the due date”, or simply not fitting any particular channel per say. Post it here. Give it meaning. Air your creativity.

2. join the forum

Let others help you sharpen up your points, ideas, your own initiatives, projects. Ask for opinion of others. Allow your ideas to grow. Network. Get vulnerable.

3. call for papers: eco-read

Stay tuned to take part in the crafting of a student journal on the intersectionalities of eco-critical literature. Twice a year, we announce a literary topic connected to themes and primary text-suggestions of eco-read, for which you may submit your own written production as a response to. This type of writing will happen aside from the monthly blog-discussions assigned to each of our reading and discussion group or movie discussion logg debates. Call for papers aims at deeper focus and development of ideas than a blog. Journal writing will be reviewed and edited in close dialogue with the writer herself. Call for papers aims at recognition of voices that are genuinely interested in telling and conveying creative and inter-sectional ideas.

Next submission deadline and the overall topic will be decided soon, stay tuned!

4. call for papers: Tvergastein

for more information, visit https://tvergasteinjournal.weebly.com/