Please comment here if you plan to submit a story or artwork for this issue. Artists should specify whether you're submitting a standalone piece, offering to illustrate a story, or doing both. Artists offering to illustrate should provide either links to or thumbnails of past works as examples of style; writers wishing to collaborate with artists (or artists wishing to collaborate with writers) should respond directly to comments to this post. If you don't have an LJ account, please leave alternate ways to get in touch with you. As always, you don't have to sign up to participate, and you're not creating an unbreakable contract by signing up, but it's always a good idea!
The theme for this issue is Like Cats and Dogs: Whether you enjoy animals or just fighting like them, this issue has room for all kinds of wild opposites to attract.
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- Submission Guidelines for Fiction: All the specifics for text submissions. READ BEFORE SUBMITTING.
- Submission Guidelines for Art: Whether you're illustrating or submitting a standalone piece, here's what you need to know.
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Prospective standalone (only) artists:
[Please note: this section of the signup is for artists who are interested in contributing original art but do not want to collaborate with an author. Any artist who offers to illustrate is of course welcome to do a standalone piece as well.]
Illustrators offering services: