The (anti) Procrastination Diaries

Finding the ways to fill the time

Illustrated Art For Etchings

For this week’s installment, I chose a venue that accepts photography along with creative writing submissions.

Etchings is an Australian journal with an international focus. Described as a “creative arts journazine”, this Melbournian biannual accepts three submissions of unpublished,  “short fiction, poetry, personal essays, art and photography by established and emerging writers and artists from Australia and overseas.”

Each issue is themed, though the submissions guidelines stress that these are open to interpretation.

From the submissions guidelines:

“Include a covering letter with your name, email address, phone number, postal address, and a short biography. If sending electronic submissions, include your cover letter as the first page of your submission, and NOT just in the text of your email. ”

Photographs should be sent as a JPG, with at least 300 dpi. Writing in RTF format.

Authors and photographers receive copies of their work in the magazine, as well as payment (via Paypal if abroad).

The current editor’s name is Sabina Hopfer, and the email etchings at ilurapress dot com

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2 comments on “Illustrated Art For Etchings

  1. Jordan Klien
    September 1, 2012

    Writing regularly is a way for you improve your skill. You could use the word counters to take note on how fast you write articles.

    • Vividhunter
      September 1, 2012

      Thanks for the comment Jordan. Regular writing is so important – what I need at the moment is better time management skills to balance my university assignments and more creative work ><

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