The magazine carte blanche is looking for submissions to their summer issue, focused on anxiety:
For their thirty-ninth issue, carte blanche editors are looking for a variety of works focused on anxiety. They write:
Prior to COVID-19, worldwide climate anxiety was already on the rise, as well as anxiety relating to politics, mental health, poverty; this list could go on and on. With this new global pandemic affecting our daily lives, we are now living in a period of even greater anxiety than before. As artists in this precarious time, how does the concept of “anxiety” affect and resonate with you?
Also: They’re looking for translations, and they pay contributors.
Hi all! Montreal-based @alacarteblanche is currently open for submissions for our Summer issue, with the theme on anxiety. Looking for poetry, comics, translations & photography. The deadline is July 1. Our goal is to pay all our contributors. Cheers! https://t.co/J97i5e5Gai
— Greg Santos (@moondoggyspad) May 30, 2020