Cover art ideas for "Owe"
If you're an artist and have work that we might consider for the Spring 2018 issue, on the theme "Owe," we'd love to know about it. Please familiarize yourself with our publication, then send us the following by March 30, 2018:
- A high-resolution digital image (300 dpi at 8” x 10”; scans or photographs, JPEG or TIFF)
- Your name, the title of the work, the type of media, as well as contact information (email and phone number)
- Description of the relationship of the image to the theme
Please consider the constraints of a magazine cover (e.g., vertical orientation, nameplate, and cover lines). We are most interested in works by Oregon-based artists.
Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to
Oregon Humanities magazine,
921 SW Washington St., Suite 150,
Portland, OR 97205.
Call for submissions: Turn
For the Summer 2018 issue of Oregon Humanities, we want to hear your stories, ideas, thoughts, and arguments on the word “turn.” Explore a contemporary or historical story about a significant change in circumstances, a swerve toward a different outcome. Share an experience that involved a shift in your thinking or actions. Tell us about turning a page, turning a profit, turns in the road, how one good turn deserves another, or whose turn it is or ought to be.
We especially appreciate good stories and fresh ideas, particularly if they relate to challenging questions, diverse perspectives, and just communities. Tell us something we’ve never heard before. Show us something from a different angle. Make us feel, see, hear, smell the world anew.
We welcome all forms of nonfiction writing, including all forms of essays and journalism. Please send drafts of personal essays, which should push beyond simple narrative and consider larger thematic questions. If you’re pitching a journalistic or researched piece, please send a proposal and links to your clips and tell us why you’re the person to write this story. Features generally range between 1,500 and 4,000 words. All contributors are paid depending on the length and complexity of the piece. Currently the magazine is distributed to nearly 14,000 readers. Work from Oregon Humanities has been reprinted in textbooks, the Pushcart Prize anthology, Utne Reader, and Best American Essays, and featured on public radio programs Think Out Loud and This American Life.
Submit one proposal or one draft by Monday, April 2, 2018, to email@example.com (preferred) or by post to Kathleen Holt, Editor, Oregon Humanities magazine, 921 SW Washington Street, Suite 150, Portland, Oregon, 97205. No phone calls, please.