Submissions

Current Calls for Submission

[Note: KHQ is taking a year-long hiatus from reading and publishing. Check back with us Fall 2017. Any emailed or mailed submissions during this period will be discarded unread.]

In the meantime, consider submitting to the many quality environmental journals out there. Here is a brief list of some great magazines:

Creative journals: Weber, The Hopper, Camas, Orlo (Bear Deluxe), Flyway, Ecotone, Avocet, Flycatcher, Canary, Hawk & Handsaw, Poecology, The Forth River, Terrain, and Orion.

Scholarly journals: ISLE, Environmental Humanities, Green Letters, The Journal of Ecocriticism, Humanimalia, Resilience, Journal of Environmental Practice, Green Theory & Praxis, and The Goose.



Winter Creative Issue (Vol. 6, Iss. 4: Winter Solstice)
Featuring: Patty Somlo.
Open Theme. Note: 6.4’s submissions close Sep. 1.

Kudzu Scholar (Vol. 6, Iss. 3: Fall Equinox)

Summer Creative Issue (Vol. 6, Iss. 2: Summer Solstice)
Featuring Davis McCombs
Theme: “Landscape without Nature.”
Note: 6.2’s categories open October 1st and end March 1st.

eChapbook (Vol. 6, Iss. 1: Spring Equinox)
We seek 20-40 pages of poetry, fiction, or nonfiction for a single-authored “eChapbook.” Last year’s issue can be found here.
Note: 5.4’s categories open August 15th and end February 1st.

WINTER SOLSTICE (Vol-5. Iss-4, 2015)
Featuring Erica Dawson
(Theme: open)
Note: 5.4’s categories closed September 1st, 2015.

KUDZU SCHOLAR (AUTUMN EQUINOX) (Vol-5. Iss-3, 2015)
Essay Cluster Theme: Teaching Green Humanities and Ecocriticism (Guest Edited by Alison Lacivita)
Essay Cluster Theme: Sustainable Environments (staff edited)

SUMMER SOLSTICE (Vol-5. Iss-2, 2015)
Featuring Keetje Kuipers
(Theme: “Feral Lands, Feral Selves”)

WINTER SOLSTICE (Vol-4. Iss-3, 2014)
(Theme: open)

KUDZU SCHOLAR (AUTUMN EQUINOX) (Vol-4. Iss-2, 2014)
(Theme: “Hybridity”)

SUMMER SOLSTICE (Vol-4. Iss-1, 2014)
Theme: “Apocalypse & Renewal”)


We are also interested in peer-reviewers for submissions to our scholarly issue, reviewers and bloggers, and readers for our creative writing submissions. If you are interested in serving in either of these capacities, email: editor@kudzuhouse.org