Hello there. You are unique in that you are thinking about submitting artwork to a magazine that is, primarily, literature based. But that doesn't mean that your work is any less important. We want to see something sweet, striking. Like the title of our beloved magazine; we especially want to see the interplay between bitterness and sweetness; light and darkness, salvation and damnation. If your work paints a dark cavern, show us the matchstick. If it speaks to the large macrocosm of life, let us see it through a pinhole lens. We want pieces that teeter; balancing on the paradoxical and undefined. We want work that we can’t pigeonhole; defying labels and societal expectations. Give us the tart wine, the honeyed poison. Our favorite part of consuming chocolate is the sweet aftertaste that follows the bitter bite.
-Submissions should be in .doc, .pdf, mp3, or .jpeg format depending on the medium. If you have any special considerations, inquire concerning them by contacting us at: email@example.com
-Submissions should be in .pdf, .mp3, or .jpeg format depending on the medium. If you have any special considerations, inquire concerning them by contacting us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Please include your name and titles of your work in your cover letter.
-Artwork and photography should be high quality images. Color or black and white is fine.
-Music should be in an .mp3 format.
-Only one submission per writer/artist per reading period (March-August, and September-February). We usually respond within 3 weeks. If it has been longer than that, feel free to contact us.
-Please send all questions to our editors using the contact form provided or email us at: email@example.com
*Please note we published our webzine when we receive enough quality
submissions to make one viable and complete. Sometimes, this could be
monthly. Other times, it may take longer. Please be patient with us.
*We also will add you to our newsletter, so you can stay connected to our contests, chapbook reading periods, and sales!
*We reserve the right to possibly use any artwork in a broadside edition.