Call for Papers
The Earth Issue
DEADLINE: June 17, 2019
Considering the land(s) on which we live and work, for our Winter 2019 issue the Inuit Art Quarterly welcomes submissions that explore the expansive terrain of EARTH, including:g:
• Landscapes, ecologies, networks and knowledges
• Ceramics, jewellery making and metalsmithing
• Carving and quarrying
• Mapping and cartography
• Land-based performances
• Worlds and world-building
• Borders, barriers and the politicizing of land
See the full call for papers here.
Upcoming Issues and Key Dates
The Print Issue
Deadline: April 1, 2019
Newsstand: September 15, 2019
The Earth Issue
Deadline: June 17, 2019
Newsstand: December 5, 2019
The Threads Issue
Deadline: September 3, 2019
Newsstand: March 15, 2020
The Relations Issue
Deadline: January 3, 2019
Newsstand: June 15, 2019
The Inuit Art Quarterly accepts proposals of 250 words in length. Features must have a cohesive point of view throughout, and they should address the theme of the magazine. Proposals should outline the subject of the article; artists or artworks you intend to include; what ideas or concepts your feature will discuss and an approximate word count, along with any other information you consider relevant to your piece.
Submissions for reviews and editorials are accepted on an on-going basis for both web and print editions.
Please send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org and include “Submission” in the subject line.
Are you interested in writing for the IAQ, but would prefer to be assigned a story? Feel free to send along a quick bio and writing sample to the email above.
For style guidelines to follow while preparing your piece for submission, please see the IAQ – Author Style Guide. Otherwise, please follow the Chicago Manual of Style.
Any secondary sources included in your submission must be cited using endnotes.
Proposals and manuscripts must be submitted in .doc or .docx format.
The Inuit Art Quarterly offers competitive rates for accepted submissions.
Authors will be paid $1250.00 for feature articles and $250.00 for reviews that will appear in the magazine.
Authors will be paid a flat rate of $200.00 for web editorials or reviews.
As part of a commitment to fostering diversity and meaningful inclusion in the Canadian publishing industry and arts community, the Inuit Art Quarterly encourages submissions from emerging and established Inuit writers as well as writers who identify as Indigenous, Black, People of Color, persons with disabilities, women, queer, trans or non-binary persons or any combination of these intersections.