Scifibloggers Wants To Review Your Art!
Hello readers! It’s Brandon Scott here!
Do you know what we don’t have enough of on the site? Stuff made by not-yet established creators and artists. The indie stuff. The exciting new stuff not yet on the radar of the average person.
So, here’s the idea: we want some of that. We want a lot of that.
Scifibloggers has a huge community of people who are creative and wonderful, and we want to hear from you.
We want to cover your art and give it the recognition it deserves.
So, here’s how this is going to work: if you or your team have a piece of media that is in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror, or any mixture of the above, send it to us. We’ll be willing to look at short films, video games, novels, albums/singles, comic books, or artistic pieces such as paintings, digital drawings, or sketches. Absolutely no “lewd,” explicit, or pornographic anything is allowed, but, otherwise, we’re willing to look at things of any age rating.
Now, as these sorts of calls for submission tend to go, we’ll be expecting a large influx of emails, and, as I’m the one that’s going to be looking over the majority of them, I can only get to some. Just know that even if I don’t cover your submission, it doesn’t mean I didn’t like it—we just have limited time and space for articles.
Also, in that same vein, please only one email per project. If you have multiple projects you’d like to share, feel free to do one per email.
You can send all submissions to email@example.com.
If you are chosen to be covered in an article, I’ll send you an email telling you roughly when you can expect yours to be released.
Thanks in advance for all the submissions! I look forward to seeing them!
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