I’m on the Editorial
Second Nature: The International Journal of Creative Media is a new open access, peer-reviewed online journal that explores the distinctive particulars of and interconnections between textual, visual, aural and interactive creative research and practices.
It welcomes contributions from across the field of creative media including creative writers, media and art historians, media practitioners and fine artists, performers, architects and architectural theorists and historians, curators, museum professionals, scientists, cultural and media theorists, archivists, technologists, software developers, educationalists, philosophers and any others who have a stake in the understanding and future developments of creative media. Second Nature publishes research papers, articles, and creative projects.
The first issue is themed ‘Role Models’, which editor (the wonderful) Shiralee Saul explains:
The theme of this issue, â€œRole Modelsâ€, is intended to be as multifaceted as the journal itself. What, it asks, is academic researchâ€™s, and creative media generally, relationship with the past? What is our â€˜properâ€™ role as academics? And what models should we be providing, and critiquing, for our students? How can we facilitate their entry into an increasingly rapidly changing industrial and cultural landscape?