Call for Writers: Peripheral Review

Peripheral Review is a website and publication based out of Toronto
dedicated to documentation and critical reviews of Canadian emerging
art exhibitions, performances and events.

We prioritize and encourage submissions by writers and about artists
who are considered emerging, under-represented, Indigenous,
LGBTQ2+, from diverse cultural backgrounds or working in alternative
practices and abilities.

We are looking for:

Critical reviews of Canadian art exhibitions (or exhibitions which
include Canadian artists/contributors), performances (art, music,
dance, theatre) and events. Submissions must include title of the show,
venue name and full names of artists.

Feature Articles: Any long-form essay or review longer than 5000
words. These will also be considered for print-only publication in our
annual print editions. An honorarium will be given to successful
submissions upon the publication of the print edition.

Long Reviews: Any long form review of an exhibition or event that is
over 1000 words. All published long reviews will also be published in
the annual print issue. An honorarium will be given to successful
submissions upon publication.

Short Reviews: Any short form review of an exhibition or event that is
under 1000 words. All published short reviews will also be published in
the annual print issue. An honorarium will be given to successful
submissions upon publication.

All submissions should include an image of the exhibition,
performance, or event for reference for the published piece, with photo
credit, or access to professional documentation.
Include your preferred social media handles, links to websites, short
bio (150 words max), and if you have previously submitted the article
anywhere else.

SPRING DEADLINE: All submissions should be sent to:
peripheralreview@gmail.com on Monday March 25 by midnight EST.

For more information visit: www.peripheralreview.com

With all submissions please format according to the submission
guidelines. For general inquires please note your query in the subject
line.