About Ink & Letters
Ink & Letters is a curated publication focused on the ideas of art, faith, and creativity. It is produced bi-annually.
About the spring 2015 issue
The inaugural issue will explore the theme of "&". And is a word that connects two related, but distinct, things. The theme is meant to provide cohesion to the body of the magazine but allow for diversity of thought and exploration within distinct works.
The magazine will be 8.5x11, portrait. For writers, you may submit content in Word, or any other text format. If submitting artwork or photography, send hi-res JPGs or PDFs. I&L staff will design the pages and spreads. However, if you'd like control of your page, format as 8.5x11 or 11x17 for a two-page spread, and don't forget to add a little bit of bleed (1/8 inch).
The spring issue will ship in February of 2015.
The fall issue will ship in August of 2015. If you are interested in submitting work for publication in Ink & Letters please email, firstname.lastname@example.org. The theme of the fall issue will be space. Content must be submitted by the end of May.
More to Come
I'm also pleased to announce the first annual Ink & Letters Conference a.k.a. "Marfa Meetup" will take place this spring (March 16-17) in Marfa, Texas—a dusty little town in southwest Texas that has put itself on the map as a cultural oasis. It will be a time to come together to see and hear and discuss matters of faith and creativity. There will be large-group sessions as well as time to go out in the community and see the work of local, working artists and the minimalist installations of Donald Judd.
—Corey Fuller, creator of Ink & Letters