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Still Point Arts Quarterly
About Still Point Arts Quarterly: Focuses on artistic expression and creativity. Includes portfolios from artists along with fiction, non-fiction, poetry about art and artistry. Intended for artists and art enthusiasts.
193 Hillside Road
Brunswick, ME 04011
Phone: (207) 837-5760
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Postal Submissions: yes Online submissions: no Reading period: ongoing Response time: 2-16 weeks Payment: small honorarium and copies Contests: no Founded: 2011 Issues per year: 4 Copy price: $12.50 Average pages: 100 Sample price (postpaid): $16.49 Subscription (Ind/Inst) 1 year: $36 (US), $46 (CAD), $52 (Int'l)
Publisher’s description: Still Point Arts Quarterly has a clear focus on art, artists, and artistry, as it explores issues of expression, imagination, and inspiration. Each issue includes extensive portfolios of contemporary artists as well as articles, essays, fiction, and poetry about art, artists, and artistry. Featured artists have included painters, photographers, and mixed-media artists from around the world, and writers and poets have included novelists, frequent contributors to literary journals, nominees for the Pushcart Prize, and chapbook poets. Still Point Arts Quarterly has been praised for its rich content, magnificent reproduction of artwork, and splendid layout and design. It is, quite simply, a beautiful publication. Intended for artists as well as art enthusiasts, Still Point Arts Quarterly is guided by the premise that art and artistry possess the capability to transform the world.
The Spring 2014 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly features work from Still Point Art Gallery’s current exhibition—Landscapes by Day - Landscapes by Night. Also included are portfolios by photographer Jane Soodalter (Deconstructing Construction), painter Constance Culpepper (Interiors), and mixed media artist Rachel Burgess (Resting Places). Literary work is by Jann Everard (As Seen), K. S. Hardy (A Portrait of the Devil), Helen M. Knowlton (The Painting of Landscapes), and Agnieszka Stachura (Foundation). Poetry is by Diana Pinckney (Soir Bleu, 1914), Lauren McKenzie Reed (The Views / The Prisons), and Tom Whayne (The Black Leather-Bound Books).
The Winter 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly features work from Still Point Art Gallery’s current exhibition—Winter Splendor. Also included are portfolios by photographers Sara Slee Brown (Discoveries) and Ekaterina Bykhovskaya (Jerusalem, Old City); painter Helen Shulman (Starting, Stopping, and What Happens in Between); and mixed media artist Julie A. Struck (Enduring Work). Literary work is by Dorothy Rice (The Paintings in the Rafters); Joan Thornton (Traces of Longing); and Gail Tyson (How to See Clearly). Poetry is by Luisa Villani (The Great, Meditative Self) and Dana Yost (The Art of Field Rock).
The Fall 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly features work from Still Point Art Gallery’s current exhibition—Interiors. Also included are portfolios by photographer John Christopher Brooks (New Work); photographer Laurie McCormick (Miniature Moments); mixed media artist Leyla A. Munteanu (Wall Series 2, 3); and painter CJ Nye (Doodles). Literary work is by Charlene Kwiatkowski (The Art of Losing); Anthony Labriola (The Art of Hunger); Heidi Sistare (Follow the Making); Claude Clayton Smith (Interior: 150 Freeman Ave); and Renee Thorne (Expectant Loss). Poetry is by Todd Outcalt (American Gothic, by Grant Wood); Scott T. Starbuck (Remembering Li Po); and Lillo Way (Life Imitates Andy Goldsworthy).
last updated 03/10/2014