Currently we are seeking submissions focusing on and around the theme of Privacy.

We welcome creative non-fiction, criticism, essays, fiction, poetry, photo-essays, visual art and everything in-between.

Pieces that work across or mix genres are of particular interest to us.

We are looking for work on matters relating to privacy on all scales: from the personal and intimate to wider public issues.

Examples include but are not limited to:

privacy versus secrecy, solitude and isolation
the value of privacy, the right to privacy
social and political transparency
links between privacy and freedom
hiding, retreating, seclusion
surveillance technology
voyeurism, exhibitionism
attitudes towards privacy
interiors and interiority
private and public spaces

Submissions should be sent to


Further details & submissions guidelines

Please send us your work by midnight on Friday 30th August 2019.

We are looking for original and unpublished work.

Simultaneous submissions are fine but do let us know as soon as possible if your work has been accepted elsewhere.

Written submissions should be no longer than 3000 words in total.

If you have a pitch for a piece longer than this, or an idea for an interview or similar, do get in touch first.

For visual submissions, please either send us a link to a dropbox file or wetransfer (where appropriate).

It would be good if the image resolution was at print quality (so 300dpi and for printing around A5 size). Additionally, any information about how you might envisage the work on or interacting with the page in print is encouraged but not essential.