Academics in a variety of disciplines and readers with a scholarly interest in creativity may want to take a look at the open access journal Creativity Studies, which is published by Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) Press, Lithuania. This English-language journal publishes "original research articles with a focus on communication within the creative society [by] scholars from diverse disciplines such as philosophy, sociology, history, politics, communication, and information sciences" using double-blind peer review. Established in 2008, Creativity Studies publishes two issues annually. Examples of recent articles published in 2018 include "Relationship Between Organizational Communication and Creativity: How It Advances in Rigid Structures?", which uses the military as a case study to examine creativity in organizational structures. Another is "European Posthuman Border Image: Performativity, Creativity, and Beyond," which analyzes discursive practices around and artistic representations of borders, migration, and refugees. Creativity Studies is indexed by multiple databases including Google Scholar, ProQuest Central, Academic Search Complete, and more. Its editor-in-chief is Tomas Kacerauskas, Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies at VGTU.