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This section accepts submissions related to the special focus.
This section accepts submissions that fit the CFP of this specific focus.
This section only accepts original research articles that conform to the topic, as described in the CFP.
This section accepts sholarly articles on any aspect of ecocriticism and encourages submissions in the environmental humanities. Articles will be doubly blind peer reviewed.
This section accepts original and unpublished works of creative writing and visual arts. Creative works should preferably reflect the special focus of the issue. Reprints can be considered in the case of creative work (writing or visual), particularly where previously published in small, local, and therefore difficult to access publications. Translations of original creative writing are also welcome. The word limit for short fiction is 3,000 and 100 lines for poetry. Images should be sent preferably in jpeg format with the following size and quality: 1500-1000 px width /jpeg quality 8/200 dpi.
This section only accepts scholarly research articles that respond to the title of the section.
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