Join Our Team

Arts Editor: Curates visual art for the website and future web/print issues that invites deeper engagement with questions of ecology and spirituality while reflecting EcoTheo’s commitments to community, respect, inclusivity, and curiosity. The development of interviews with artists and reviews of exhibitions with ecological and/or spiritual orientations also desired. May be called upon to represent EcoTheo at conferences or other public forums to help promote the mission and expand the community of which we are part.

Managing Editor: Organizes the EcoTheo team and communicates regularly with staff, contributors, and supporters regarding deadlines, new content, and other matters of importance. Maintains the website and scheduling of new content as well as archive and any technical issues related to the website. Oversees production of future issues either on the web or in print. Collaborates with EIC, section editors, and Social Media Manager to maintain consistency and professionalism in sharing the work of EcoTheo. Do you dream in InDesign and know how to make texts and images look beautiful together? We want to hear from you! May be called upon to represent EcoTheo at conferences or other public forums to help promote the mission and expand the community of which we are part.

Poetry Editor: Solicits and responds to unsolicited poetry in a timely fashion to curate work that broadly engages with questions of ecology and spirituality and reflects EcoTheo’s commitments to community, respect, inclusivity, and curiosity. The development of interviews with poets and reviews of recent chapbooks and collections with ecological and/or spiritual orientations also desired. May be called upon to represent EcoTheo at conferences or other public forums to help promote the mission and expand the community of which we are part.

Social Media Manager: Maintains the social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for EcoTheo, with a focus on sharing new content both from our website and around the web that would be relevant and interesting to our community, promoting work of EcoTheo contributors from other venues, and building our web presence. All posts should reflect EcoTheo’s foundation as a community engaged in living out questions related to spirituality and place, and reflect our commitments to community, respect, inclusivity, and curiosity. Collaborates with other editors to amplify the impact of EcoTheo and attract new contributors. May be called upon to represent EcoTheo at conferences or other public forums to help promote the mission and expand the community of which we are part.

Reviewers: We welcome reviews of new volumes of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that explore and expand the conversation around spirituality of/and place. We are happy to provide or request review copies. You can also pitch us on older or classic works of ecology/theology and we will let you know if it seems like a good fit for ETR.

All positions with The EcoTheo Review are voluntary and require a minimal time commitment, generally less than an hour a week, with more time around publication deadlines and (monthly) staff conference calls. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please contact Jason Myers at [email protected], with a brief description of yourself, your interest, and what you would like to see EcoTheo become.