Send In Your Work
Deadline for Issue #5 is November 10th, 2011. Don’t be late!
Calling all artists, writers, and zine enthusiasts!
Some of the themes of this issue are: creating counter-institutions, radical social change, decolonization and deschooling!
be part of this issue! here’s how:
1. send us something: an essay, poem, interview, art, etc., that is about the themes above
2. make it with us! join us with the layout, editing and design (do let me know soon if you do want to do this)
3. Please send us your stuff by November 10th
Want to be a part of RAIN? Look no further than this very website!
First, read rain so you know what we are all about! In short, we like offbeat, critical discussions, rants, counter-culture, independent, emerging writers (first time writers). We are keen about Vancouver living; ideas and dialogue about how to make it a better city. Global perspectives are also welcomed.
Writers of any age, novice or seasoned, local or global. We are looking for essays, poetry, fiction and off-beat compositions. Word counts are:
- Essays (1000-2500 words)
- Reviews (300-500 words)
- Rants (500-1200)
- Fiction (50-1000 words)
- Rainstorms* (5-1500 words)
- Raindrop Reviews** (5-200 words)
*rainstorm is a stand-alone piece, and/or about vancouver; a zinester’s palette.
**raindrop reviews are for you to put words to your actions and what you love.
We do edit for clarity!
Illustration, graphic art, graffiti, photography, painting, drawing…we love artwork! And we want to showcase your work in the next issue of RAIN!
DO send original photography, pictures, comics, graffiti etc.
DO send in jpg, png, tga or tiff format at 170 or 300 ppi (pixels per inch).
DON’T send us your work in its original form. Either email it, or you can mail it to us on a cd/dvd.
We love graffiti, and would love you to send us your own, or some of your favourite graffiti from around town.
We might just put it in the next issue!
Send all your stuff and inquiries to:
Words: ATTN: Carla
Art: ATTN: Mike Jo
We want contributions from all ages!
*we won’t be returning your work to you*
For now we can’t pay, but one day we hope to!