Submit Work to CORRIDORS
CORRIDORS accepts general art & writing submissions year-round. We believe in blurring the boundaries between all mediums of expression, so don't sweat the genre.
We are seeking art & writing from students who have been or are affected by mental health in some way; your work doesn't need to strictly reflect this in its subject matter, though we do encourage it. We do not police identity, of course, but please refrain from submitting if you do not personally identify with our stated project.
We do not consider previously published work, though we welcome simultaneous submissions. If your work is accepted elsewhere, please be sure to inform us immediately!
Rights revert to the author or artist upon publication; please credit CORRIDORS with first publication if the work is reprinted elsewhere.
CORRIDORS is currently being paid for out-of-pocket by its broke EiC, so we are unable to pay contributors at this time. We believe all artists deserve to be paid for their work, and hope to grow enough to compensate staff and contributors at some point in the future. Until then, we can pay you in compliments and undying gratitude.
Read the appropriate guidelines for your submission below. Then, e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
POETRY SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
We accept poetry of any form and style. Have you ever read something so powerful that you feel a little punch in your gut? Give us that. We want to feel that feel. We value honest, authentic, risk-taking work that makes us see its subject in a way we've never seen it before.
Send us up to 5 poems in a .pdf, .doc, or .docx file. Please attach each poem as a separate document.
PROSE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
We want innovative work with a unique voice. Send us anything under 5 pages, whether it's fiction, creative nonfiction, a collection of vignettes, et cetera-- we like things short, sweet and to the point. Send your submission as a .pdf, .doc, or .docx file in an email attachment.
We asked our former Fiction Editor whether he had any input on his section of the guidelines, and all he said was "send us that trap shit. send. us. that. trap. shit." None of us know what this means, but if you figure it out, let us know.
Reject the labels! Send us something that combines genres in ways we've never seen before. If you don't know where your piece fits genre-wise, that is a GOOD THING.
We want your comics, scripts, interactive media, photography, rants, passive-aggressive notebook margin doodles, upside-down prose-poems, essays, collages, ANY medium that you use to express yourself and understand your mind better. We want to be publishing things no other litmag has. If you think it relates to our message, send it along!