• The Common Acre
    “The Common Acre aims to recreate food culture in the Pacific NW and beyond. Our strategy: do meaningful field work involving the public, and create visionary cultural expressions that inspire lasting change.”
    http://commonacre.org/
  • Richard Hugo House
    “A place to read words, hear words, and make your own words better.  We provide classes, events, and fellowships for emerging and established writers.”
    http://hugohouse.org/
  • Arts Council of Mongolia
    “The Arts Council of Mongolia-US was created to build capacity of Mongolian artists and arts organizations, improve the country’s policy and legal environment for the arts and to ensure Mongolian arts survive for future generations.”
    http://artscouncilofmongolia-us.org/page.php?type=home
  • The Masters Review
    “The Masters Review is an online and in print publication celebrating new and emerging writers. We are on the lookout for the country’s best new talent with hopes of publishing stories from writers who will continue to produce great work.”
    https://mastersreview.com/
  • Whole Terrain
    “Whole Terrain, Antioch University New England’s journal of reflective environmental practice, is dedicated to the experience of those who have chosen the environment as the basis of their professional work. It cultivates reflective thought and mindful awareness in an effort to create a balance between humanity and the Earth.”
    http://www.antiochne.edu/wholeterrain/
  • Doll Hospital
    “We explore notions of growth, trauma, chronic illness and childhood, and identify how this lives in conversation with mental health. Constructs of white girlhood continue to exclude and alienate women of colour, particularly black women. This is unacceptable. We are interested in reclaiming these spaces, redefining innocence, and standing, unapologetically, in our trauma.”
    http://dollhospitaljournal.tumblr.com/