Multispecies interactions observed in a family's vineyard during the red grape harvest, Ujarma (უჯარმა), Georgia, 2019. Photo by Aurora Prehn.

The Ethnobotanical Assembly (TEA) invites authors to submit contributions relating to the theme of human-plant engagements in all their diversity. We publish articles, essays, reviews, poetry, short stories, photo essays, and more.

Please submit proposals or completed works by email to the TEA editors.


  • The recommended word count for written articles is 800-1,200 words.
  • TEA is aimed at a wide and diverse audience. Please write in an accessible and jargon-free style, as far as is possible.
  • Articles should be submitted in Word document format, with 2.0 line spacing and 12-point font.
  • References and citations should be written in the Harvard style.
  • Authors should follow Oxford spelling and punctuation conventions.
  • The inclusion of photographs, figures, and hyperlinks is strongly encouraged. Please include authorship and captions for all images.
  • Images should be sent as separate files, in as high resolution as possible.
  • Authors are encouraged to include a short biography and personal photograph to accompany article submissions.