Do you have the comics still? I'm looking for graphic stuff for the next issue of SER.
Hey Katie,I'll find some stuff to send! But also--we know a few writer-artists. Want to give a few details about Southeast Review, what you look for, and preferred mode of submission here--and I'll highlight it in a post!B
Sure! The Southeast Review is a literary journal based in Tallahassee, FL. We publish in print and online. Here's our website:http://southeastreview.orgArtists can submit work to me by sending .tiff files (300 dpi or higher) to sereviewart AT gmail.I'm mainly looking for black and white work. (We're publishing a comic in color for the upcoming issue, but usually there just isn't enough money, so b&w is your best bet.) Pieces should be previously unpublished (not counting your blog or whatever) and can be anywhere from 1-8 pages--shorter ones have a better shot. Styles and subject matter are pretty wide open--goofy, serious, bizarre, etc. I'm looking for sequential art, not so much one-panel cartoons, but I'm not dead set against cartoons. And it should be something that appeals to a literary audience, which I realize is pretty broad. I'm willing to consider pretty much anything, as long as it's interesting. We can't afford to pay anything, but you do get two contributor copies and a nice line on your CV. And SER gets read by smart people who will no doubt seek out your other work once they see how great you are.