Call for Editors

Ecology Editor

EcoTheo Review seeks an Ecology Editor to emphasize the magazine’s focus on the wonders and wounds of ecosystems. The editor will be responsible for curating content that explores the science and art of ecology, and connects our readers with both urgent and eternal matters of ecological significance. This content may include but not be limited to scholarly and creative writing, reporting, book reviews, and interviews with practicing ecologists. 

EcoTheo Review is in a period of growth and while presently editorial positions are volunteer, we expect them to become stipendiary by the end of 2021. We are an online and print quarterly that enlivens conversations and commitments around ecology, spirituality, and art, and look forward to the ways the Ecology Editor will contribute to our mission. This role would require approximately 15 hours a month.

You might be a good fit for this role if you:

  • Have a passion for ecology and are interested in its relationship to and expression through spiritual practices and the arts
  • Have editorial experience
  • Have a background in writing about matters related to ecology
  • Enjoy being part of an active, inclusive, growing editorial team
  • Have excellent communication skills

If interested please send a brief note and CV to EIC Jason Myers [email protected]


Theology Editor

EcoTheo Review seeks a Theology Editor to emphasize the magazine’s focus on spirituality, theology, and faith. The editor will be responsible for curating content that explores the traditions and contemporary expressions of diverse religious and spiritual communities and institutions. This content may include but not be limited to scholarly and creative writing, reporting, book reviews, and interviews with contemporary faith leaders and theologians. We are particularly interested in the ways spirituality intersects ecology, and seek out the individuals and communities who are responding to the climate crisis and other ecological concerns with care, humility, hope, and resolve.

EcoTheo Review is in a period of growth and while presently editorial positions are volunteer, we expect them to become stipendiary by the end of 2021. We are an online and print quarterly that enlivens conversations and commitments around ecology, spirituality, and art, and look forward to the ways the Theology Editor will contribute to our mission. This role would require approximately 15 hours a month.

You might be a good fit for this role if you:

  • Have a passion for theology and are interested in its relationship to and expression through ecology and the arts
  • Have editorial experience
  • Have a background in writing about matters related to theology
  • Enjoy being part of an active, inclusive, growing editorial team
  • Have excellent communication skills

If interested please send a brief note and CV to EIC Jason Myers [email protected]


Social Media Editor

EcoTheo Review seeks a Social Media Editor to engage with our community. We are an online and print quarterly that enlivens conversations and commitments around ecology, spirituality, and art. We publish original essays, fiction, poetry, and visual art, as well as journalistic and scholarly work, book reviews, and interviews. We are delighted by innovative, original, thoughtful art that reflects our values of curiosity, justice, and community. We post new work 2-3 times a week on our website, and promote the work that appears in our print issues as well. We love to celebrate the accomplishments of previous contributors as well as our talented editorial team. 

The Social Media Editor will be responsible for sharing all work that appears on our website with our followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The ideal individual will be able to engage in creative and positive ways with our community and grow our online presence. This is a volunteer, 10-15 hours/month position, with strong potential to become a stipendiary role. 

You might be a good fit for this role if you:

  • are passionate about ecology, spirituality, and art and have a personal practice in one or more of these fields
  • easily make community with people who write/make art
  • have experience engaging in arts/literary/ecology/theology communities online
  • enjoy being part of an active, inclusive, growing editorial team
  • have strong communication skills 

If interested please send a brief note and CV to EIC Jason Myers [email protected]