AMV’s sister site Wilderness Interface Zone is searching for longer forms.
While WIZ loves poetry and heartily encourages poets to continue sending their nature-romancing verse, it’s perhaps time to follow nature’s own example of protean morphologies and bring more rhetorical diversity to WIZ’s environs. WIZ is issuing a call for short, creative non-fiction and fiction pieces for publication on its site. If you have a nature-oriented essay or field notes that run between 500 and 1300 words, please consider sending them to WIZ. Longer essays will be considered if they can be divided into parts.
Nature-based flash fiction or short stories running between 100 and 1300 words are also welcome; longer pieces that can be serialized up to four or five parts will be considered also. Excerpts from longer stories or novels up to 1300 words are encouraged”“though pieces may run longer if they can be broken into multiple parts.
If you have written up adventures in the garden or the wilds or have a story that features a scary white whale or incorrigible pocket gopher, or even bees sleeping on flowers in a garden, please consider sending it. Fiction not directly about nature but whose drama unfolds against nature’s backdrop are encouraged. Please read WIZ’s submissions guide before sending your work. Then electronically submit your work either to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com. International submissions and submissions from nature writers who are not Mormon but are comfortable interfacing with Mormons are welcome.