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Mailing Address Professor Kathryn Mockler Department of Writing University of Victoria PO Box 1700 STN CSC Victoria BC V8W 2Y2 Canada
Due to volume, I may not be able to response to all requests.
SMLTA is does not accept unsolicited submissions of original creative work or essays. I’m afraid, I do not have the capacity to offer open calls for submissions at this point in time.
Past contributors include Deborah Dundas, Kim, Fu, Lynne Tillman, Lisa Robertson, Rebecca Fisseha, Jessica Johnson, Chelene Knight, Gary Barwin, Farzana Doctor, Kirby, Carrianne Leung, June Pak, Khashayar Mohammadi and more. You can access these guest posts and interviews via the Send My Love to Anyone archive.
Kathryn Mockler is the author of five books of poetry and several short films and experimental videos. She’s the publisher of Watch Your Head, an online journal devoted to climate justice and the climate crisis and Send My Love to Anyone, a newsletter on all things writing. She co-edited the print anthology Watch Your Head: Writers & Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis (Coach House Books, 2020) and her debut story collection Anecdotes is out now with Book*hug Press.