Nom de Strip is a journal of Arts & Culture in the South West which promotes culture across the arts, regeneration and creative entrepreneurship in Plymouth and the South West, focusing attention on the individuals, groups and organisations that contribute to the South West’s growing cultural profile.
Deadline for submissions
for the September issue: 3 August 2012.
The editors are looking for writers, artists, photographers and all other creative folk with an interest in art and culture in the South West. The next issue will be published at the end of September.
Issue 3 looks at the role of books, literature and
words (written + spoken) as tools to communicate ideas. They would be very
interested to hear thoughts and ideas around this topic. Here are three
ways you can contribute to Nom de Strip:
Illustrations & Photographic Submissions
They are always looking for new illustrators and
photographers to work with on editorial commissions for the newspaper. If you
are interested in creating artwork for Nom de Strip, please send at least three
examples of your work, or a link to your online portfolio, to firstname.lastname@example.org. If they like what they see, they will get in touch with a brief for the next issue.
Editorial Submissions Nom de Strip publishes features, reviews and
by new and established writers. If you are interested in writing for them,
please send a proposal, along with any examples of your written work
If they like your writing and the direction of your proposed article they will
get in touch, and work towards a final outcome to be published in the next
issue or online.
Exhibitions, Performances, Shows & Other Events They promote interesting exhibitions, performances
and shows happening in the South West. If you are involved in any of the above,
and would like them to feature your event online or in print, please send them
a press release or short description of the event to email@example.com.
If they think the event will be interesting to our readers, they will feature
it on the website or in the next issue. Please remember that they work up to 3
months ahead for the print publication and one week ahead for the website.