Grandview’s literary and art publication, Meraki, is now digital.
What can you submit?
Writing: Meraki accepts poetry, including spoken word/slam poetry (submitted in either audio (.mp3) or video (.mp4) format), prose of all genres, and original scripts (including plays, screenplays, standalone scenes, and monologues.)
Visual Art: Meraki accepts a variety of work to their visual arts category, including paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, multimedia, graphic design and more.
NOTE: all accepted visual art will be published in a yearly gallery. Six pieces will be chosen yearly to be featured on the home screen.
Hybrid Genres: The hybrid genre category includes work of varying mediums. Pieces submitted to this category should take an unconventional approach to writing, whether by combining multiple pre-existing genres and art or creating a new one altogether.
Hybrid also includes, but is not limited to, film essay/poem, photo essay, new media writing, performance documentation, or some other hybrid of media, materials, structures, conventions, and forms.
Under this category, Meraki now accepts original music and singer-songwriter compositions submitted in either audio (.mp3) or video (.mp4) format and short films submitted in .mp4 or youtube.
How to submit:
You can submit your work still through the Arts and Entertainment tab on the Chronicle and through the submit tab on the Meraki site.
You can also email work to email@example.com
Featured Image by Amy Liu. Her art can be found, among many others, in last year’s gallery.