Wednesday, November 18, 2009
We will be launching the Recovery magazine issue on Thursday, November 19 at Burnt Toast (1235 Pennsylvania Ave, Boulder, CO). The party starts at 5:30PM. Free food and beverages will be provided by Burnt Toast. Recovering alcoholics: Don't worry, alcohol will not be served. :-)
Friday, October 16, 2009
This issue's theme is Recovery. As with any of our themes, you are free to interpret this however you like. We have extended the submissions deadline to October 31.
We have all recovered from something. Our first spill after taking the training wheels off our bikes, bullshitting our way through an exam we forgot to study for, finally getting your hands around the ball after a serious fumble.Click here to view a larger "Call for Submissions" flyer.
Most of us as we grow older have recovered from more serious life-events: heartbreak, depression, loss, death, addiction, discrimination, violence, illness...
But after we are knocked on our asses by our glaring fragility as humans, we come face-to-face with that mysterious invisible something that makes us pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and Recover.
Again and again and again.
If you would like to submit to sub-scribe Magazine, please e-mail us at email@example.com with your piece(s) attached. Please observe the Submission Guidelines at the end of this post.
Recovery Launch Party
We will be launching the Recovery magazine issue on November 19th at Burnt Toast (1235 Pennsylvania Ave, Boulder, CO). Time TBD (check sub-scribe.org for the latest). Free food and beverages will be provided by Burnt Toast. Recovering alcoholics: Don't worry, alcohol will not be served. :-)
If you would like to elaborate on, recite, or perform your work at the launch party, please e-mail us so we can schedule you in.
Visual: Show off your work in the best possible quality by sending us a high resolution, high DPI, and lossless file of your piece. We can work with any file format. Files will be converted to a high quality JPEG for the web.
Audio: Make sure to record your audio piece as professionally as you can so there is little to no background noise. We can take any file format, but prefer .mp3's. Files will be converted to a high quality MP3 for the web.
Written: Format your paper as cleanly and as readable as possible. Set fonts, margins, and other properties. We can take .doc and .pdf formats. Files will be uploaded on our Scribd account to preserve the formatting on our website as an embedded object.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
sub-scribe seeks to publish the works of our community, in the broadest sense, and in as many forms and genres as our contributors can dream up including visual, sound, writing and the other arts. This is a place where minds are expressed and voiced.
We publish our magazine electronically via our website, sub-scribe.org, accessible from anyone in the world.
sub-scribe Magazine is a grassroots-organized and student-run publication. It began from an acutely aware group of people who spent enough time attending lectures, reading newspapers, and watching films to wonder: are the same stories repeated over and over? Are the same people telling them? And so the editors began to search out new voices with new ideas and new ways of relaying them.
Our first issue was released in spring of 2006. Each issue of sub-scribe reflects the spirit of the collective involved in its production.
- Some facts about our magazine:
- 7 issues
- 180+ contributors
- 275+ works selected for publication
There is no cost to submit to our magazine, and we accept submissions from anyone. Our editors ultimately select the pieces that will be published in each issue. Submissions do not necessarily have to match the theme.
We encourage all submitters to attend a launch party, held in parallel to the launch of our electronic publication. The launch party features readings, performances, and showcases of art. Details about our launch party are e-mailed to our submitters in advance.