Calls for Submissions and Contests

Calls for Submissions and Etc

Hey everyone! This week we're introducing a new  feature on the website where we find a handful of contests, calls for submissions and residencies that we deem BP-friendly and collect them here. If you know of any calls for submissions that we have m...

PushPin’s 2012 Zine Challenge

There are many zine- and print-related events which encourage people to create physical objects for their own and their community's reading enjoyment. There's the 24-Hour Zine Thing, Revenge of Print and right now UK-based Pushpin Zines is encouragin...

Canzine 2012: Call for Submissions

Canzine Toronto is coming up in October, and we are currently on the hunt for art room and workshop submissions. Details below: Art Rooms: During past Canzines, artists have turned rooms into forests, filled them with typewriter-playing musicians...

Operation: As Hot As Possible

This month, creator of Everybody Moon Jump, Dave Cave, started a grant for unemployed zinesters. Entitled Operation As Hot As Possible (AHAP) and offering $150 to the winning applicant, the grant's requirements ask that creators strive to get “As Hot...
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XPACE needs your zines

XPACE Cultural Centre (an artist-run centre in Toronto) is looking for zine donations to start up its new zine library. Starting March 2012 the zine library will be accessible in XPACE's main space during regular gallery hours (Tuesday through Satur...
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The Broken City

Online literature and arts magazine The Broken City is now accepting submissions for its summer 2012 edition: The Future. You read that right, aspiring cosmonauts: The Broken City is tackling speculation — science fiction, science fact, utopias, d...

Deathmatch Prize Update!

Indie Writers Deathmatch short story contest breaking news! We've sweetened the pot for our winner! The writer who wins Deathmatch 2012 will now get: 12 gorgeous silkscreened prints by acclaimed Montreal illustrator Raymond Biesinger. That'...

Calling All Unsigned Musicians!

Verbicide Magazine.com is hosting its annual Unsigned Contest in search of the most talented unsigned musicians out there. All genres are welcome and the prizes are kind of a big deal (think thousands of CDs to add to your collection, PR help, media ...