I’m now looking for submissions of articles, opinions, artwork, poetry, quotes, and anything else you want to send me for the Summer 2010 issue of DIY Life Zine! I originally chose this theme because I feel it gives a ton of freedom in what you submit (anything from physical DIY projects, to articles on radical political philosophy, to education, parenting, crafting, and beyond!) while still retaining a more radical feel and outlook. As a side-note, your submission can also be ANTI or AGAINST something you see as being opposed to a DIY lifestyle (i.e. corporations).
The theme is pretty flexible, but I do reserve the right to not accept submissions that really do not fit with the theme (i.e. why public schooling is absolutely necessary), though I don’t really expect to turn down many things, if anything!
Word count can be as much as 1500 words. If more than that, it will be split up into multiple parts, to be published in consecutive issues of DIY Life Zine. To see what the Winter 2010 issue looked like, go here, and to get some ideas for what to write about, go here!
This is a biannual zine, that publishes a Winter and a Summer issue. The current deadline for the Summer 2010 issue is June 1st. If you’re interested in writing something, but want opinions on what to write about, or have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m really excited about this issue, and I’m going to actually work on making it a real zine this time, with more artwork and stuff, since the last issue was sorely lacking! Because of this, I’m putting an emphasis on looking for sketches, artwork, cool Crimethinc style political stuff/art, and anything else you think would be good in a zine, as well as cover art.
When you send something in, please include a SHORT bio (maximum 250 characters, not words), that includes your personal website, email address, blog, Twitter or deviantART account, or any other web address, if you want it to be included. If you’ve submitted something to the previous issue, and are fine with me using the bio used for that issue, you can choose not to send in a bio.
Have any questions? Contact me, Idzie, at email@example.com
Thank you to everyone for your interest and support, and I’m really looking forward to what you have to share! 😀