make art not war is...
A DIY feature
If you think do-it-yourself projects are not artistic, we would ask you to think again. It takes a creative brain to move an idea from a mere thought to a finished product. To submit the the Make Art Not War category, your project should be relevant to a creative (think shelving, paintbrush storage, fresh display ideas, self-publishing, etc). We expect a step-by-step numbered guide to accompany your submission, a supplies list, and at least one high quality, well-framed, well-lit photo of the finished product (though we would also love photos of the process).
Alternatively, Make Art Not War could be a feature that explores creative ways to share art with the world - DIY exposure, if you will.
Are you ready to submit something to our Make Art Not War category?
Send submissions to the email provided on our contact page.
Follow our submission guidelines to avoid being overlooked.
flash fiction Short fiction - any topic, any genre (under 1000 words...ish...we're not going to be sticklers)
more than words Photo essay
food of love Fiction or nonfiction with a specific focus on music
different strokes Art feature, artist interview
make art not war DIY feature
story matters The craft of writing, book releases or reviews, author/artist spotlight
red solo cup Smaller pieces to fill the gaps. Poetry, micro-fiction, etc - be creative
shameless Creative non-fiction. Personal essay that delves into your own truth and experiences