Please send your pieces of writing in separate Word documents or PDF files, each one with a title and author name. For visual art, title each file clearly, and send via Dropbox or Google Drive if the files are too big.
FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS:
All written work should be a maximum of 1,000 words and written as you wish for it to appear (do not write in CAPSLOCK or all lowercase unless you wish for your work to be printed so).
Submissions containing racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, or any other form of prejudice will not be tolerated and will be rejected outright.
If you wish to submit images to accompany your text, please ensure that they are your own, or you have received permission to use the image/s; and that they are good quality. Images will be considered on their own merit, so please be aware that we may wish to include your text without your images, but we will discuss this with you if this is the case.
We may contact you to discuss editing if we believe it is necessary. We will never edit work without your permission.
We are happy to receive submissions which have also been submitted to / published in other publications.
JOURNALISM AND ESSAYS:
Maximum of 1000 words.
Essays do not need footnotes, but please use in-text referencing for any quotes or theories/ideas that need crediting.
You can include a short bibliography if you believe this is necessary.
Journalism can be anything that fits the theme – please feel free to experiment and be creative when applying the theme.
Maximum of 40 lines.
If your poem has unusual formatting, please send it in a PDF file.
VISUAL ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY:
A single submission can either be a single, individual image; a single image in landscape format to be printed as a double page spread (please specify this); or a connected series of up to six images.
Please submit images in PNG or JPG format.
Be aware that the magazine will be printed in an A5 size, so images should not be smaller than 1748 x 2490 pixels, or 14.8 x 21 cm.
Photos taken of artworks should be of a good quality - no shadows blocking the image, blurry photographs, or lighting too dark to see the work.
We may ask to edit the colour of your image to suit the theme of the zine, or to make it easier to see, but we will always discuss this with you first.
Our editors are only human (probably), and therefore some mistakes in spelling or formatting may slip through. We will correct any errors immediately for the digital version, but the only way to fix errors in print copies is with an erratum slip. If errors get into print and are not caught before the copies are sent out, please accept our apologies.