We accept pitches and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Before submitting, please take some time to read these guidelines and get acquainted with the work that we publish.
Highway Magazine is seeking critical essays, personal essays, interviews, exhibition reviews, music reviews, poetry, and contemporary art.
There is no 'theme', but we are interested in:
abstraction, experimental prose, unique-to-you stories, internal universes,
restlessness, interplanetary transit, cosmicomics, apocalyptic anxiety,
existential anxiety, keeping _ weird, embracing vulnerability, unconventional
romance, tasteful erotica, sideways self-representation, correspondence/despondence,
accomplices, and longing.
Writing submissions: We are seeking pieces between 500 - 3,000 words. Submissions may be shared in .doc, .rtf, or GoogleDoc format.
Contemporary art submissions: We are seeking to feature remarkable work by emergent and established artists. If you are interested in having your work published in Highway, please send a selection of five of your best images to email@example.com along with a brief artist statement and link to your website. Images must be attached individually and submitted at minimum 250 DPI. Video submissions are also encouraged, and must be uploaded to Youtube or Vimeo (password-protected links are fine) for our viewing. Attached video files will not be accepted.
Sound submissions: If you are an emergent musician seeking to be featured by Highway, please send two tracks or more to firstname.lastname@example.org. Individually attached files or files uploaded to Soundcloud / Bandcamp are acceptable.
Pitches: Should you wish to confirm our interest in a piece in advance of authoring a draft, please submit a pitch e-mail to email@example.com for our consideration. Pitches must include: the proposed title of your piece, a brief paragraph (no more than 100 words) describing your idea and intentions, and the soonest date you will be able to deliver a first draft.
— Highway staff