So, you want to contribute to allography, huh? Well, just follow the steps below and you’ll be well on your way!
1. Know what you want to contribute to. allography is a creative, collaborative community. This means that first and foremost we look for contributors who work well with others. This means that your submission will have a collaborative air to it. Either you will work with others to create your article or your article will lead others to find ways to work with others. As such, we stress experimentation. We want proposals that are bold and close to impossible.
2. Submit your abstract. Below you will find submission information. The first part of the submission process begins two months before publication. This means you must turn in an abstract, 200 words or less, describing what your article will be, how it fits with the current theme, and why we should consider it for publication. If this is your first submission, you should also include a brief (200 words or less) bio. Great ideas are great, but we want to know a little bit about your history to make sure that you can actually follow through on those great ideas. Your abstract should clearly connect to the theme of the issue. Email your submissions to email@example.com
3. Look for a response. You will receive a response within a week of your submission to let you know if your idea has been accepted. If it is accepted, your completed article will be due one month before publication. The editing team will then look over your final submission and ask you to make any changes they deem necessary. Final submissions will not exceed 800 words. If your article is not accepted, worry not. If it has potential our staff may send you a note asking you to revise and resubmit for a later issue.
4. Rinse and repeat.
Current Submission Information
Issue #: two
Issue theme/title: “the white issue”
Abstract due date: November 9th, 2010
Final Draft due date: December 2nd, 2010
Publication date: January 1st, 2011