Looking for young writers, artists, photographers, and filmmakers in animal liberation!
Calling all radicals! Emergent Thought Magazine is looking for submissions to the March/April 2010 issue. We seek writers, thinkers, artists, photographers, filmmakers, and activists between the ages 18-35 who envision a holistic animal liberation, a reconstruction of human-animal relationships.
Here are some questions to guide you, though they are by no means exhaustive:
- What specifically would animal liberation look like in society?
- What strategy (or strategies) would make animal liberation a reality?
- How does the need for animal liberation intersect with other struggles for liberation?
- How specifically would animal liberation help humans live ecologically?
We are looking for various works that address the complexity of nonhuman-human animal relationships, the human need to be an animal freely, and the diversity of human sociality, while seeking to shift mainstream paradigms. We look for holistic critiques of oppression (in all its manifestations), but we also seek concrete solutions to institutional oppression. If this call speaks to you and you would like to submit your vision, contact Anastasia at ayarbrou AT emergentthought.com.