Contributor Information PageContributors need to have a subscription to be published in New Contrast (either an e-sub, a paper subscription, or both).
You will be published in the e-issue as well as the paper issue, as long as you have a subscription.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)Can I have a paper subscription and an e-subscription? Yes, with pleasure.
- If I choose an e-subscription will I still be published in the printed magazine? Yes, definitely.
For the profile page
- If I don't have a website or blog, will this be a problem in setting the profile up? No, no problem. The profile can be set up with or without a website link, and with or without a blog link. These can be added later if you so choose.
- What if I have more than one link I want featured? You can have as many links as you wish, say up to 10 max.
How does this work?
Have a look at Hugh, Sonja, and Jonty's pages for examples... to have a look, click on the underlined bits called links [for newbies].
You need a good picture of yourself, a write-up of what you've done in the literary world, something personal, something funny or quixotic (if you wish), where people can get hold of you (if you want them to get hold of you) where they can buy your books, poetry, CDs, or other products [we can help you with this if you have things you want to sell but don't know where... check out our other services at Hugh's Hodge-Podge-Services and Sonies Services].
Submit your short stories, flash fiction, poems, poetry, essays, reviews, or other literature for contribution to New Contrast
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