Call for Submissions – Saskatchewan Environmental History

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We are excited to announce the second year of our partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society and Folklore magazine, a quarterly print magazine edited by Mike Chartier. We invite ongoing submissions for our Saskatchewan Environmental History series: “Coulees to Muskeg.” Accepted submissions will be published twice: first on our website and then in an upcoming issue of Folklore magazine.

Final submissions should be between 500 and 2,000 words in length. We will consider any environmental history topic that relates to Saskatchewan, including transregional and comparative topics. We especially invite contributions that explore the intersection of Saskatchewan environmental history and:

  • Labour
  • Gender
  • Sexuality
  • Indigeneity
  • Politics
  • Animals
  • Urbanity or Rurality
  • Geography
Folklore Magazine

Please send proposals and/or drafts to Jessica DeWitt, Submissions will be accepted and published on a rolling basis through August 2021.

*Submissions should be between 500 and 2,000 words and include images if possible. Please use Chicago Style endnote citations. Please submit a headshot and bio for use in  Folklore magazine. Folklore authors are paid $1.50 per column inch for published submissions, plus a complimentary copy.

Feature Photograph: Soderberg’s mill yard [stacks of logs]. Birch Lake Siding. 03/20/1941. Everett Baker Slides. Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

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is an environmental historian of Canada and the United States, editor, and digital communications strategist. She earned her PhD in History from the University of Saskatchewan in 2019. She is an executive member, editor-in-chief, and social media editor for the Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE). She is also a working board member of the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society and Girls Rock Saskatoon. A passionate social justice advocate, she focuses on developing digital techniques and communications that bridge the divide between academia and the general public in order to democratize knowledge access. You can find out more about her and her freelance services at

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