Call for Submissions for Itch Issue 21: FLUX

ITCH is the Journal of Creative Expression of the School of Literature, Language and Media at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Itch Issue 21: FLUX

Flux sounds like a dirty word. And to many, it might be. The origin of the word is the same as flow: movement, the inconstant, the unstoppable force of change.

With a political climate as tenuous as the earthly one, and technology threatening to bite the hand that feeds it, the sense that we are in flux comes as a source of comfort and unease.

Are you in flux? Are you in motion? Or is there something about your present state that longs for a shift, something to raise anchor?

Send us your words, your thoughts, your images, your sounds. After all, if art feeds life, it feeds change.

Move us.

Guidelines for submission:

  • Deadline for submissions: Monday 3 July 2017
  • Please note that due to the high number of submissions, we can only consider TWO items per user.
  • Submissions can be made by visiting www.itchmagazine.org.
  • A few pointers when uploading your submission:

Saving your Submission

  • When you are happy with your submission, click on the SUBMIT YOUR ITEM button on the top right hand-side of the editing page, your page will refresh, once refreshed click the CLOSE button which you will find to the right of the SUBMIT YOUR ITEM button, once closed you should see a blue bar at the top of the page with a notification saying 'item saved'. Your submission will now be saved and go through for review

Using the online help pages:

  • Visit the online help pages here
  • More details on our submissions page at www.itch.co.za/submit-an-article
  • Contributors will have to register and log in to submit work. Please do not email your submission – you will be able to upload it at the interface at the above web address.

With any queries, please contact: editor@itch.co.za

ITCH is the Journal of Creative Expression of the School of Literature, Language and Media
at the University of the Witwatersrand.

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