Opportunity: Call for submissions to the Glasgow Goes Green Festival e-zine

15th February 2021

Connections: People, Nature and Power

The Glasgow Goes Green Festival is brought to you by UofG, GSA, GCU and Strathclyde universities! We are all so excited to get started, and would love for you to get involved! Things are, of course, going to work a little differently this year – our usual physical gathering just won’t be possible. However, we are confident that our alternative format – a collaborative e-zine – will be equally effective and thought-provoking.

This year, our theme is Connections: People, Nature and Power. It is deliberately very open because we want to hear from everyone!

Potential topics could include teachings of the city’s COVID-19 response for the climate movement, the community’s preparations for COP26 or the role of nature-based solutions in Glasgow. Submissions can come in a range of formats – prose, artwork, music, videos, podcasts. Additionally, feel free to add in ‘How to get involved’ sections to your submissions to promote longer-term engagement with your work.

We hope this will be a space to reflect on the current socio-environmental circumstances and what feels important to you, or your organisation, at this time.

The deadline for submissions is March 31st. Pieces will be selected, and you will be contacted with the outcome on 7th April, with the online zine publication date in May 2021.

Please follow this link to access the submission form.

We ask that if possible, you use WeTransfer to upload a link to your submission, otherwise the form will fill up quickly with the data required for attachments.

If you have any questions or difficulties submitting your work, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by email: amy.stevenson@glasgow.ac.uk

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