Submit Your Work!
If you are an artist, writer, filmmaker, or musician looking to get your work out there, don't hestitate to shoot us an email at email@example.com! We are accepting all forms of art during our submission periods, and we encourage anyone of any nationality, skill, or identity to submit to our magazine!
The theme for Issue 5 will be Women In Art. The deadline for Issue 05 is January 29th, 2019.
Please email work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or send us snail mail! You can send your work to 6 Laurel Oak, Covington, LA, 70433.
When you submit your work to us, we ask that you include a couple things.
Titles of your works
Name (What you'd like to be listed as)
Where You're Located (City, State, Country)
A Small Bio (2-3 sentences)
Any social media or website you would like people to look at.
Your files in appropriate format.
The maximum amount of visual pieces you can submit is 3. If you submit more than that in one submission, then we are not required to consider your work.
The maximum amount of written pieces you can submit is 2. If you submit more than that in one submission, then we are not required to consider your work. Submissions should not exceed 5,000 words in total.
Please attach your files as attachments in the email. Please do not copy and paste.
If you work is not in an acceptable format (i.e. work is not photographed correctly, titles aren't provided, work is not in accessible documents), we will not accept it. We accept work at its highest quality and pieces sent to us without our guidelines in mind will not be considered.
Any genre of any art is accepted.
visual art (3D, sculpture, painting, fabric and textile work, drawing, mixed media, photography, etc.)
writing (poetry, fiction, non-fiction, memoir, experimental, screenwriting, etc.)
short films (Please embed a link to a video found on youtube, Vimeo, etc. Please do not send files.)
music (single songs, not albums. Any genre, even experimental.)
Slam Poetry (audio files)
Your art not listed? Email us at email@example.com to tell us all about it!
Selah Youth Submissions
Ages up to 18 are encouraged to submit to Selah Youth! Most submissions are taken and published online. If you have pieces you would like to send in, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please label your subject line as Selah Youth Submission. If you wish to submit, please include these pieces of information in your email.
A Short Bio (2-3 Sentences)
Titles of Artwork or Writing
Visual art and creative writing is encouraged to be submitted. You or your child may submit 2 pieces. The deadline for Selah Youth Issue 3 is February 14th. You can take a look at Selah Youth Issue 1 here.
Please send in a signed Parent Permission Slip when you send in your submission. The form can be found below. You can scan it signed, or copy and paste it along with your submission email.
We cannot accept any copyrighted images or characters. If you send in work with any copyrighted characters or trademarked brands, we legally cannot consider it, and your submission will not longer be part of our decision process.
We do not accept fan fiction, fan art, or anything of that genre as well. Please keep this in mind while curating your submission.
If you have a question about submissions, you can email email@example.com.
At this time, we cannot distribute copies free of charge to contributors. Every cent we make goes to reproducing the magazine of its highest quality and going towards administrative costs. We apologize for the inconvenience at this time.
We also do not offer any monetary reward for submissions accepted. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience.
My work was accepted. Now what?
You will need to fill out a form that simply denotes that we are allowed to print your work this time, and this time only. After we receive that form, we will be in touch about the location of your work. Your work will be considered for online and physical copy space, BUT your work will only be placed in one of those platforms. We have an online version and a physical copy version. They differ in content. It is not about the quality of work, but rather, how the work would function in an online space versus a physical space.
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