Northwest Lichenologists

Call for newsletter contributions

25 Jan 2022 11:14 AM | scot loring

Hello Northwest Lichenologists and enthusiasts,


It is that time of year again – the call for contributions to the 2022 Northwest Lichenologists Newsletter!


We would like to see contributions from the following areas:

Personals

Recent publications and web sites

Results from forays and field trips

Upcoming workshops/courses offered

New and interesting lichen species

Project descriptions and results – current and proposed

Short communications, articles

Short biographies

Lichen jobs being advertised for the upcoming year


In addition, we would like to hear how the pandemic has affected your work with lichens, and any other aspects of your interactions with lichens and other lichenologists. Just a few sentences would be a great contribution.


We encourage interesting photos or links to web sites. If you would like to submit a short paper, keep in mind that it must already be edited for spelling and punctuation. As editors, we work on the formatting of submissions for the newsletter. We cannot accept papers that need grammatical revising.


Besides the above suggestions, we are interested in anything relating to northwest lichenology that you can think of – including artwork, poetry, photography, etc.

Please send your submissions to Scot Loring (gniroltocs[at]hotmail.com).


Submissions will generally be placed in their applicable section of the newsletter in the order received, unless they are very lengthy. Please pass this e-mail on if you know of someone who is interested but does not receive postings on NWL servers. We would like to receive any submissions by March 10, 2022. Any entries received after that date will likely be placed in the 2023 newsletter. Apologies for any multiple copies of this email, as we use multiple mailing lists.


Best regards,

Scot Loring

Editor


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