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**ISSUE 9 – November/December**

THE HUMAN SUBJECT 

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Interpret our theme as you will! Your piece doesn’t have to be strictly creative, but opinions and features are recommended to be about something loosely creative (e.g. TV/fashion). This isn’t a requirement however. This theme is also incorporating pieces based on Warwick SU’s #WeGetConsent campaign. If you want to write something about harassment/rape culture/bystander mentality/consent in general/pieces concerned with sex etc. then your work will be guaranteed a place in the print issue.

Other prompts include:

  • Written/visual work on loved ones
  • Recent abuse claims in both Hollywood and politics
  • What it means to be human (either the messy or the good side, or both)

 

  • Our submissions email is cobaltsubmissions@gmail.com and is open all year round for you to send us stuff!

 

  • We accept everything, from photography to creative writing, features and comments to cartoons and art work. Anything that fits into the theme of lifestyle (food, fashion, general life stuff)/music/art/books/TV/Film, we want to hear about!

 

  • If there’s something that you’re dying to write about then let us know. Occasionally we will let you know about a theme we will be asking submissions for, and this page will be updated accordingly. Themes are usually for our upcoming print issues.

 

  • There is no word limit for poetry/recipes/small-form articles. However, if you wish to submit a prose or journalistic piece, then please do not exceed 800-1000. Neither does it have to be this long. It is just a warning in case we have to cut down on some of your lovely work!

 

  • For the latest updates on when we will be asking for submissions for our next print issue, or for a more informal chat, be sure to like our Facebook page where we are the most active.

 

If you want to participate, don’t forget to join as a society member by following this link and buying our (FREE) membership!

[We will formalise this in the upcoming year, 2017/2018, so for Term 3, don’t worry about doing this!]

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