Inklight Image Gallery & Submission Guidelines

 Image Gallery

Submission Guidelines

Inklight offers a unique opportunity for photographers to share their most compelling image, which, if chosen, will be included in our image gallery. Writers have the opportunity to respond creatively (no critical responses please) to any image in the gallery. Accepted responses will be published along with the original photographs here.

Photographers: Submit ONE image with “Inklight Image” in the subject line. Please send your image as a .jpg file sized to 72dpi and 600px on the image’s longest side. Include in your email the title of the work and your name as you wish it to appear.

Writers: Submit ONE piece of writing (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction) of up to 750 words or 25 short lines as a Word document email attachment with “Inklight Writing” in the subject line, and include the name of the artist and title of the image you’re responding to.

All submissions should be sent to: afterimage.inklight [at] gmail [dot] com.

 

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