Our call for submissions for Issue 00: “Home Cooking” is now closed. Stay tuned for details about the issue’s launch, and call-outs for future issues.
With our first and pilot issue, we honour everyday food knowledge. We are asking for submissions on the theme of home cooking. What does home cooking mean to you? What stories, emotions, questions, relationships does “home cooking” bring up for you? In this year when many of us have been spending much time at home, what are you cooking and eating? What are your comfort foods? Who are the people you learned to cook from? What foods or meals are important to you? From who, or where, did you learn how to prepare them? How do you recreate, create and document home cooking knowledge?
About Submitting to Hungry
- The deadline for submissions for Issue 00 is March 15th, 2021.
- We will then review all submissions and make our selections. We want to respect you and your work by providing a reasonable response time. You can expect to hear back from us about your piece(s) by mid-April 2021.
- If your piece is selected for publication, you will be paid $50 upon publication.
- We prioritize the work of creators whose voices are missing in food media. We make this happen with an intentional selection process and a committed editorial team. If you would like to learn more about our values and how your submission might align, please read more at https://www.hungryzine.com/about/.
Submissions are to be sent through our google form here.
Poetry: Please submit a maximum of three poems as a PDF, DOC or DOCX.
Fiction and Nonfiction: Please submit up to two pieces, with a maximum of 1000 words each, as a PDF, DOC or DOCX. Writing can include but not limited to short stories, essays, interviews, and recipes.
Visual art and Photography: Please send up to three low-resolution images. We accept submissions in colour. Please be aware that Hungry will be printed on a risograph press and colour options will be limited (two to three colours).
Questions? See our Submission FAQs or contact us at [email protected]
Issue 00 is made possible thanks to support from APIRG.