General submissions for visual art are now open
Although Gulf Stream Magazine is predominately a literary journal, we also publish visual art. Our aims are to enhance our issues and provide a platform for up-and-coming artists.
Unfortunately, we can't pay for the art we publish (yet). But our magazine does offer you a chance to get your work independently published and seen by a large audience. If we select your work, we would also publish your artist’s bio, website and social media links.
What are we looking for?
We consider original work by the artist in any medium, including painting, drawing, photography, graphic illustrations, photos of installations or sculptures. We have eclectic tastes—we like the pretty and the ugly, the loud and quiet. If it is fresh and original, please send it our way.
Please submit no more than 5 pieces per submission. Images should be in .jpg format, at the highest resolution possible at no more than 100K. To understand the difference between resolution and file size, and how your image will appear on our site, please see this helpful wordpress article on Image Size and Quality.
Our fee is the minimum possible to cover our submittable costs. For a fee waiver, reach out to the editors.
We hold first serial rights for the material we publish, with the copyright reverting back to the author upon publication.