For issue 4, we’re looking for dislocation in art. Art that is out of place, artists out of place, art that somehow represents the experience of being out of place – from the small, ordinary ways we feel we don’t belong, to immigrant and refugee stories, to cosmic shifts.
To help inspire you, all the sins co-editor Sinéad Keegan explores what it means to be dislocated and how art is often informed and enriched by this sense of discomfort in our quarterly feature.
As always, we also welcome submissions outside the theme. Our interest is in writing and art of the highest quality, regardless of theme.
As well as creative submissions for our quarterly issues, on a rolling basis we welcome pitches for long and short articles, and visual arts to accompany these articles.
Please read our full submissions guidelines here.