Writers of all forms and genres, check it out! Entropy posts monthly roundups of delicious new submissions calls: http://entropymag.org/where-to-submit-february-march/
a call for scholarly papers
Originally posted on Unsettling America:
Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society invites submissions from scholars, artists, and activists for a new special issue of the journal exploring gender, sexuality and decolonization, guest edited by Karyn Recollet (University of Toronto), in conjunction with Eric Ritskes, Editor of Decolonization.
This issue invites us to consider both the centrality of gender and sexual violence to colonization, but also, relatedly, the centrality of gender and sexual justice to decolonization. Too often these issues have been seen as peripheral to the larger struggles against colonialism, too often cis-heteropatriarchal normativity has been justified in the name of decolonization. This has to stop.
To us, it seems impossible to discuss Indigenous sovereignty without a discussion of body sovereignty. It seems impossible to discuss environmental justice without connecting the violence against the earth to the violences against our bodies, particularly the bodies of women, Two Spirit, queer, transgender and others who fall beyond…
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attention queer fiction writers who have yet to be published in book form- this opportunity is for you!
My review of Glen Coulthard‘s new book, Red Skin White Masks, is available in the latest edition of Briarpatch Magazine! Check it out here http://briarpatchmagazine.com/articles/view/unmasking-the-canadian-settler-state
On a side note, I’ve mostly migrated to Twitter. Follow me at @kellypflug for more updates!
Just got my contributor’s copy of the Subversions III anthology in the mail, with my short story ‘Freight’ in it along with new work by Peter Gelderloos, Bruno Masse, and many others. Subversions is the world’s only multi-lingual anthology of new anarchist fiction, so check it out! http://www.anarchistwritersbloc.org/?page_id=21
Deadline extended to August 29th: http://ricepapermagazine.ca/2014/07/call-for-submissions-ricepapers-speculative-fiction-issue/
It has been humbling, terrifying, and above all else completely heartbreaking to spend time speaking with survivors of the Huronia Institution, formerly called the Orillia Asylum for Idiots when it opened in the 1800’s. If a society can be judged by how it treats its most vulnerable, Canada scores a failing grade in terms of its treatment of people with disabilities. http://toronto.mediacoop.ca/story/dying-justice/31082