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The Journal of Wild Culture is here to serve and create a new global community of like-minded thinkers. We want to give this community a voice, so if you have something you want to contribute - an essay, short story, poem, or photograph - then we'd like to hear from you.
What is ‘wild culture’?
‘Wild culture’ is many things. Put simply, it is the articulated intersection between humans and the environment – the relationship between the things we can control and the things we can’t. ‘Wild culture’ is the fertile ground between nature and culture; it is the one in the other. As you can tell, definitions of ‘wild culture’ are a recreation for us, and for that reason we’re always interested in what you think it is, or could be.
What do we want?
As a consequence, we want many things. We're looking for things that cross boundaries between the arts and the sciences; that explore the relationship between humans and the environment; that bring academic thinking outside of the university and mobilise it in new and creative ways. And, we’re also looking for incisive journalism, inspiring stories, personal recollections, thoughts, jottings and other assorted writings that directly or indirectly scratch the ‘wild culture’ itch. We also want you to make us laugh.
Send your very best ideas to our editorial team - firstname.lastname@example.org