SUBMISSIONS

We are always interested to work with contributing writers, photographers, stylists and creatives. If you have an idea or a story/piece you would like to submit, please contact us via info@postscript.london.

We review new submissions regularly and will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible.  If you haven’t received a response after several weeks do follow up with us.

 

Photography

If you wish to send photography submissions, please make sure you:

  • Attach a short description of your concept and why it would fit with POSTSCRIPT.

  • Send a PDF or single page of low-res images.

  • Attach clear team and styling credits.

All final hi-res images submitted need to be at least 300 dpi.

 

Articles & Essays

For written submissions, please make sure you:

  • Send us a pitch of your subject idea and why it would fit well with POSTSCRIPT.

  • Your pitch should be no more than 200-250 words and set out clearly what the article/essay is about. Please include relevant links for references, if applicable.

  • The subject line should be “Pitch – ” and then your proposed headline. For example: “Pitch – How the veil serves to empower and disempower women”.

  • In the body of the email, please include a short biography about yourself and any examples of previously published work.

If we accept your pitch we will give you a submission deadline, a word count and general advice and ideas on how we’d like to see the finished piece.

 

POSTSCRIPT Issue 3

The theme for Issue 3 focuses on Defiance: Considering transformative resistance, political radicalism and positions of non-comformity. Submissions close August 2019.

 

Thank you, 

Chinasa & Elvira


OPPORTUNITIES

If you are interested in an internship or work experience with us for any of the roles advertised below, please contact us via info@postscript.london.

Please note the roles listed below are internships

Editorial Assistant

Assisting with planning and executing editorials for print issues.

Supporting the Art Director, with administrative tasks such as responding to emails and liaising with photographers, agencies etc.

Researching potential collaborators and sponsors for editorial content.

Assisting with designing and developing brand visual materials including event invitations, media kit etc.

Assisting the Art Director in promoting visual content to the wider industry via press releases etc.

Assisting the Art Director in artwork for brand collaborations.

Skills

Graphic design experience is necessary for this role.

Must be adept at using Indesign and Photoshop.

Previous print experience is advantageous but not necessary.