Superstition Review is open to submissions for Issue 30! Our magazine is looking for art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Read our guidelines and submit here.
Superstition Review Art Submissions
Art Submissions Open Now
Art submissions for Superstition Review are now open until January 31.
Send us your art submissions! We’d love to see them!
If you’re thinking about submitting, hear what our past Art Editors have to say about submissions to learn more about the art we feature on SR.
“I began viewing our submissions, and I was astounded by the elevated level of craftsmanship I saw in many of the pieces. We had everything: vibrant colors, text+art, and haunting photographs that sent shivers up my spine. After some time, a lot of thinking, and quite a few discussions with Founding Editor Patrica Murphy and Art Faculty Advisor Rebecca Fish Ewan, I came to realize that for this issue, we wanted work that challenged the norms, celebrated diversity, and demanded our attention.” – Anna Campbell, Issue 26
“Kat Babbie’s four textile works are beautiful and dynamic. Her work is also featured on the cover. Carolina Dutca and Valentin Sidorenko’s five photos also include delightful textile elements and beautiful photography. Takashi Ari’s haunting photographs of Hiroshima that explore the complicated interconnectedness of subjects in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Fukushima. To round out the photography, Ashley Miller’s surreal photographs explore themes of consumption. We are also lucky to feature Ali Liebegott’s three wonderful paintings, which explore themes of queerness, food, and domestic spaces.” – Isabelle Kinney, Issue 27
“…As I considered the submissions for art, I thought not only about the stories they told to me, but also what stories they might tell to others, and what stories their creators wanted to tell. And what diverse, thought-provoking stories they told!” Khanh Ngyuen, Issue 28
Does your art challenge norms, tell stories, and demand attention? Don’t miss this opportunity!
Submit your artwork for a chance to be featured in Issue 29 here.
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