Submissions for Issue 2: The Suburbs are now CLOSED.
Before you submit, please take note of the following guidelines:
- Please email all submissions to editor [dot] pencilledin [at] gmail [dot] com. Submissions will not be accepted through any other medium.
- In your subject line, please use the following format – [Issue #]: [Surname, First Name], [Name of piece], [Medium (fiction, non-fiction, etc)]
- We always welcome pitches! If you are pitching, please put the word “pitch” in your subject line.
- We do not accept submissions that have been published previously on any other platform, including personal blogs and websites.
- We do not accept simultaneous submissions.
- One submission per person, per issue. Exceptions may be made for short collections of poetry.
- We will send you an email upon receipt of your submission, and we will endeavour to reply to all submissions within four weeks after the closing submission date.
- If you are accepted for publication, you will not be eligible for publication in the issue directly following the one in which you have been published.
- We only take visual submissions in black and white.
We also take submissions for our online blog in the form of reviews and interviews. Reviews can be of books, plays, films, or television shows written by or predominantly starring people of Asian, or Asian Australian descent. People who do not identify as Asian Australian are welcome to submit pieces for the blog. Interviews must be conducted with an Asian Australian artist. Opportunities and suggestions for reviews and events will be listed below.
We pay $50 to each artist upon publication in the magazine, and $25 for each blog post.
For more information, please email editor [dot] pencilledin [at] gmail [dot] com.
Opportunities & Suggestions for Reviews
OzAsia Festival: 21st September-8 October, 2017. Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, SA.
Film & TV
Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows (Tony Ayres, Joel Lok)
Tracer (Maria Tran)
The Family Law (Season 1, 2)