About



The Tulip is a digital journal covering the intersection of ecophilosophy and contemporary art. The Tulip seeks out submissions on ecological harmony, broadly defined. The Tulip is an interdisciplinary invitation to think about ‘the future.’
Our content parameters are flexible but we ask that your contribution engage the thematic. We welcome critical essays, creative non-fiction, poetry, exhibition reviews, photographic essays, video work, sound, and illustration. We invite our contributors to experiment with tone and format.


Please send all submissions, questions, and comments to editors@thetulip.community




Submissions



In the spirit of spurring conversation, here are a few things that have been on the editors’ minds (and which we’d enjoy receiving pieces about but do not have to pertain to): 

Coronavirus Capitalism by Naomi Klein
Green Socialism by Chris Saltmarsh
Art Without Death: Russian Cosmism at Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Comrades in Deep Future by Jonas Staal
Ecocriticism and Indigenous Studies
Far Out: Suits, Habs, and Labs at SF MoMA
Elon Musk’s SpaceX
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin

The Agency of Fire: Burning Aesthetics by T. J. Demos
Climate Crimes
Climate Barbarism



Please send all submissions, questions, and comments to editors@thetulip.community

When submitting, please include:
Name, Title of Work, Date, Medium
(If including accompanying images/referencing the work of others, please credit where credit is due.)


Also, please add a biography and links to your own work.

Thank you!