Aims & Scope / Objectifs & portée
The Goose is a nonprofit, open access journal, and the official publication of ALECC (Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada / Association pour la littérature, l'environnement et la culture au Canada). We imagine ecology capaciously, and acknowledge the many intersections of environment, including with race, gender, sexuality, class, and ableism. The Goose encourages the production and study of environmental literature, art, and culture in those parts of Turtle Island claimed as Canada. We are committed to publishing Indigenous writers, writers of colour, and those working on the margins, and we welcome work that is expansive, genre-bending, informal, and improvisational, including submissions of creative and scholarly articles, hybrid criticism and acedemish writing, fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, photography, literary and photo essays, visual and multimedia art, interviews, and book reviews, particularly of books published in Canada. The Goose has a particular interest in experimental, versatile, and form-challenging scholarly work at the fringe of the critical/creative nexus.