The Dodge seeks your best work in eco-writing, writing about animals, and translation. They’re excited by a wide range of forms and approaches. Among other things, they’re interested in broadening the scope of stories, poems, and essays about nature and animals; they hope to see translations across borders, time, and space. They want to read work from emerging writers and actively encourage writers historically underrepresented in magazine publishing and eco-writing to submit.
Tips From the Editor
Please see our Submittable page for guidelines and tips about what kinds of eco-writing excite us the most. We occasionally close submissions for a brief period (two weeks or less) to allow our editors to focus on putting out the next quarterly issue.