New subscriptions will begin with our upcoming issue, the Love Issue, fall/winter 2019. ’s mission is to publish and promote the best place-based work being written today.
Founded at the University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2005, the award-winning magazine features writing and art that reimagine place, and our authors interpret this charge expansively.
An ecotone is a transition zone between two adjacent ecological communities, containing the characteristic species of each.
It is therefore a place of danger or opportunity, a testing ground.
The successful candidate will engage in teaching and in scholarly and creative research as part of the Department of Creative Writing.
They will teach one course in publishing and/or creative writing each semester, with all curricula emphasizing diversity and inclusion.
The magazine explores the ecotones between landscapes, literary genres, scientific and artistic disciplines, modes of thought.
Among ’s contributors are winners of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, as well as Mac Arthur, Guggenheim, and NEA fellows. Work first published in the magazine is featured in is produced by faculty and students in the MFA program at UNC Wilmington.
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