Nature-Cultures: Narratives of the city beyond human
Resilience Quarterly invites submissions to our second issue Nature-Cultures, exploring new visions and narratives of cities that transcend a human perspective to embrace multispecies relationships. We are specifically interested in short stories, artworks, climate fiction (CliFi), designs, and data visualizations that examine and trouble dystopian visions of a world impacted by climate change.
What can we learn from other species? What are positive visions of the Anthropocene? What does a world beyond human look and feel like? How can CliFi be a space to address issues of equity and justice?
We invite and encourage collaborations from scientists, designers, scholars, students and others. Please send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Submission – Resilience: Nature-Cultures” in the subject line. Please include a brief biography along with your social handles (eg. Twitter and Instagram) and link to personal website if applicable.
- Brief article or story. Please submit a .DOC Microsoft Word document that includes the full text, contact information, a brief biography, and all supporting materials. Suggested word count 500 – 2000 words.
- Design or Interactive Media Project. In addition to a media file, please submit a cover sheet with a description or write-up of the design or interactive media project, a project URL, contact information, and a brief biography. Media file types accepted: .MOV, .TIFF, . JPG, .PNG, .MP4
- Artwork: In addition to a high resolution media file (300 DPI), please submit a cover sheet with a description of the artwork, title and list of materials, contact information, and a brief biography. Media file types accepted: .MOV, .TIFF, . JPG, .PNG, .MP4
We accept submissions on a rolling basis, publication expected April 2021. For inquiries or questions, contact Zef Egan, Managing Editor at email@example.com