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2020 Intermational Magazine Free Online Model Contest Worldwide

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2020 Magazine Model Contest Print Modeling Casting Calls

Free Model of the Month Online Magazine Modeling Contest:

 

2020 Magazine Model Contest Print Modeling Casting Calls Free Online Magazine Print Model of the Month Contest for Indian models, Latina models, Spanish models, Arab models, Middle Eastern models, French models, Asian models, Pinay models, Ethnic models, African models, Bi-racial models, European models, Ukrainian models, Russian models, Portuguese models, African American models, Aspiring models, Muslim models, Italian models, Polish models, Fashion models, erotic models, eye candy models, exotic models, Pinup Models, Boudoir models, vixen models, artistic nude models, web models, fitness models, bikini models, swimsuit models, inked models, and beautiful aspiring female models ages 18-30 that are serious about taking their modeling dreams to the next level as a magazine print model.

 

The International Beauty Movement 2020 modeling contest is now casting female models Ages 18-30 worldwide for this free 2020 model of the month magazine print modeling contest and all monthly female model winners will receive an exclusive photo feature on our web site, a chance to be model of the Year in one of our internationally known magazines, a free $1,000 magazine photos shoot and $1,000 modeling photo portfolio at our Model Face Off magazine photo shoot this Summer in Philadelphia, Miami, or Washington, D.C. to build your modeling photo portfolio, a free magazine photo feature in one of our internationally known magazines like Ripping Runways Magazine, the internationally known online female modeling magazine, Girl 9 Magazine that features the sexiest and most beautiful female lingerie and bikini models worldwide, or Ethnic Queen Magazine that is dedicated to all aspiring and professional ethnic models worldwide.

 

Are you reading this casting call because you are interested in modeling?

If so, Please keep reading if you are interested in magazine print modeling.

 

Would you like to submit yourself to the free online 2020 Magazine Print Model of the Month Contest for a chance to win a free $1,000 magazine photo shoot that includes a free $1,000 professional photo portfolio to build your modeling portfolio, an exclusive magazine photo feature in one of our internationally known online magazines, and an opportunity to compete in our Magazine Print Model of the Year Competition and our free $1,000 Model Face Off Magazine Photo Shoot Event in Philadelphia, Miami, or Washington, D.C.?

 

Are you an aspiring female model or professional female model ages 18-30 that is serious about jump starting your modeling career or expanding your current modeling portfolio as a magazine print model and building your exposure on a worldwide modeling level that could open many doors for you in both the fashion and entertainment industry?

 

Do you have the persistence, a serious attitude about modeling, beautiful clear skin, a beautiful face, a great physical fit body that gets a lot of attention and compliments in dress clothing, a bikini, or lingerie?

 

If you answered YES to one of the above questions, then you will want to submit yourself to this free magazine print model of the month contest, because this free magazine print modeling opportunity could be the one opportunity that takes your modeling career to the next level, as our magazines have done with so many other models that have been featured in one of our internationally known magazines.

 

All models must submit 8-10 or more professional high resolution full body head to toe photos that are no older than 12 months, (No photo in jeans, no photos in sneakers, no head shot photos, no camera photo photos, no photos with watermarks or photographer signatures please)

 

IF YOU ARE READY TO SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS TO THIS FREE WORLDWIDE MAGAZINE PRINT MODEL OF THE MONTH CONTEST, PLEASE READ ALL GUIDELINES VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS, BECAUSE ALL MODELS MUST MEET THE GUIDELINES BELOW:

 

YOU MUST BE A FEMALE AGES 18-30 ONLY you will need to submit a professionally written bio letting us know which casting call you are responding to, with your age, your city, state, or country, your height, weight, measurements, your email address, and phone number and submit 8 -10 OR MORE recent professional full body high resolution photos in one of the following: semi formal dress clothing and heels, upscale lingerie or swimsuit and heels, ethnic clothing or native clothing, or fashion savvy casual clothing and heels only (NO  HEAD SHOT PHOTOS, NO PHOTOS IN JEANS OR SNEAKERS, NO CAMERA PHONE PHOTOS, NO PHOTOS WITH WATERMARKS OR PHOTOGRAPHER SIGNATURES ALLOWED).

 

All Models Must Submit 8-10 or more recent full body head to toe professional high resolution photos (no older than 12 months) of you posing in your MOST FASHION SAVVY CLOTHING, ethnic clothing,  lingerie or swimsuit only and bio with your age, height, weight, measurements, city & state, and phone number.

NOTE: IF YOU HAVE LARGE PHOTO FILES OR  A LOT OF PHOTOS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT FOR REVIEW PLEASE Submit in JPEG FORMAT in a zip file through: http://wetransfer.com

 

NOTE: By submitting your photos to this magazine contest, you the model

grant reproduction rights (both print and digital) to the International Beauty Movement.

 

THESE PHOTO SUBMISSION GUIDELINES APPLY TO ALL CASTING CALLS SO PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS

We do not accept photos that are older than 12 months, we do not accept less than 8 recent high resolution professional full body head to toe photos, we do not accept camera phone photos, we do not accept photos with more than one model in it, we do not accept photos posted on other websites or social media sites, we do not accept low resolution photos, we do not accept comp cards, we do not accept photos with writing on them, logos, or photographer signatures, and we do not accept personal photos or photos that are taken in your home, we don’t accept photos in jeans or sneakers, we don't accept head shot photos, we do not accept photos that are collages or have effects, we don’t accept photos that are on social media sites, or have borders added to them, so please do not submit none of the above photos for consideration.

 

 

Prizes: 

All Selected Model will win a free $1,000 magazine photo shoot that includes a free $1,000 professional photo portfolio to build your modeling portfolio, an exclusive magazine photo feature in one of our internationally known online magazines, and an opportunity to compete in our Magazine Print Model of the Year Competition and our free $1,000 Model Face Off Magazine Photo Shoot Event in Philadelphia, Miami, or Washington, D.C.

Deadline: 
11/04/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
0.00
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CALL FOR ART: "Art in Quarantine"

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Cold Coffee Gallery launched on 4.1.20 in response to a global need for virtual creative spaces. Cold Coffee's goal is to create a unique and immersive curated gallery experience from the comfort of your own screen. Cold Coffee aims to support emerging and mid-career artists as well as Femmes, POC, and LGBT+ artists as well as connect them with art lovers and buyers alike. 

Cold Coffee Gallery is brought to you by Grace Nouveau Fine Arts LLC.

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Currently, Cold Coffee Gallery is accepting submissions for Solo Shows and 2 Exhibitions.

Our first Exhibition, "Working Title: Art Before Quarantine" will launch along with the website 4.1.20. A solo show TBD will also launch this date. These applications will need to be submitted by 3.31.20.

Our Second Exhibition, title TBD, will feature work created during, after, and as a response to COVID-19 and Quarantine. This deadline is 4.15.20.

The applications for Solo Exhibitions are rolling.

Please see Submission form linked below for more information and submission guidelines.

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Title TBD: Work in response to/during quarantine > Deadline April 15, 2020
An open call for work in response to/created after the artist began quarantine.

Submission Guidelines

DEADLINES:
Deadlines are noted following the Show title on the next page. There will be ONE (1) Solo Show running at a time as well as TWO (2) curated group shows.
–Solo Shows have a rolling deadline. Artists featured in the Solo Show may not be featured in any concurrent group shows.
Each Solo Show is booked for a month-long run from the 5th of the month to the following month's 4th. One application per Solo Artist per month will be considered. Accepted Solo artists may not apply again for a term of one year.
–Curated Group Shows will have a run time of THREE (3) Months or longer, with dates to be determined at the time of acceptance. Any submissions received after a deadline will be considered as needed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications submitted after the deadline are not guaranteed consideration.

PROPOSALS:
Proposals are only necessary for Solo Show consideration. Proposals may include written descriptions and/or diagrams.
Proposals will only be accepted electronically using our online form. Materials sent by mail, in person, or by phone will not be considered. All proposals must take into consideration the nature of our virtual gallery and mission statement.

IMAGE SPECS:
Images submitted should be photographed on white background and color balanced.
– 1900px max
– 12 MB max file size
– Accepted file types: png, jpg, jpeg, gif, svg
– Videos and audio also accepted on submission form, additional upload will be required for presentation.

ELIGIBILITY:
We welcome submissions from all artists in all mediums regardless of age, race, sex, gender, or career level. However, preference will be given to emerging and mid-career artists. Femmes, POC, LGBT+, and disabled artists are encouraged to apply.
– Artists should be at least 18 years old.
– Student artists are welcome to apply.

SALE OF WORK:
Work which sells will be sold through Cold Coffee Gallery's point of sale. Cold Coffee Gallery will take a 10% commission for works priced under $70 and a 20% commission for works priced $70 or over.
All works will be displayed in our archive as NFS after the end of each exhibition. Exhibited work must be sold through Cold Coffee Gallery within ten (10) days of the end of the exhibition.
–Artists may not sell or distribute prints of exhibited works outside of Cold Coffee Gallery at any point during exhibition or within ten (10) days of the end of the exhibition.
–Artist will be responsible for the shipping/transportation of sold work to the Purchaser. Purchaser will be responsible for the cost of shipping/transportation/applicable insurance. Purchaser will sign the contract provided by Cold Coffee Gallery at time of purchase agreeing to this process. Artist will receive notification of sale immediately. Artist will receive payment from Cold Coffee Gallery upon Purchaser's receipt of all purchased work.
–Original "Not For Sale" (NFS) work and prints/reproductions will be accepted on a case by case basis.

SUBMISSION FEES:
All submission fees will go directly towards the upkeep, marketing, and maintenance of the website. All submission fees must be paid to Cold Coffee Gallery through Paypal (PayPal.Me/ColdCoffeeGallery). Submissions will not be reviewed until submission fees are received unless otherwise noted.
–Solo Shows: $10
–Curated Group Shows: $5
–Fee Waivers: Artists who cannot afford submission fees are still encouraged to apply. Please e-mail coldcoffeegallery@gmail.com with the subject line: "FEE WAIVER [full name as it appears on submission]" prior to submission with a brief note summarizing your financial situation.

ACCEPTED WORK:
A consignment contract will be signed by the artist and a representative of Cold Coffee Gallery upon acceptance of work.

Deadline: 
04/15/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$5, Fee Waivers Available
Contact & Links: 

CALL FOR ART: "Art Before Quarantine."

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Cold Coffee Gallery launched on 4.1.20 in response to a global need for virtual creative spaces. Cold Coffee's goal is to create a unique and immersive curated gallery experience from the comfort of your own screen. Cold Coffee aims to support emerging and mid-career artists as well as Femmes, POC, and LGBT+ artists as well as connect them with art lovers and buyers alike. 

Cold Coffee Gallery is brought to you by Grace Nouveau Fine Arts LLC.

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Currently, Cold Coffee Gallery is accepting submissions for Solo Shows and 2 Exhibitions.

Our first Exhibition, "Working Title: Art Before Quarantine" will launch along with the website 4.1.20. A solo show TBD will also launch this date. These applications will need to be submitted by 3.31.20.

Our Second Exhibition, title TBD, will feature work created during, after, and as a response to COVID-19 and Quarantine. This deadline is 4.15.20.

The applications for Solo Exhibitions are rolling.

Please see Submission form linked below for more information and submission guidelines.

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Title TBD: Work from before quarantine > Deadline March 31, 2020
An open call for work created before the artist began quarantine.

Submission Guidelines

DEADLINES:
Deadlines are noted following the Show title on the next page. There will be ONE (1) Solo Show running at a time as well as TWO (2) curated group shows.
–Solo Shows have a rolling deadline. Artists featured in the Solo Show may not be featured in any concurrent group shows.
Each Solo Show is booked for a month-long run from the 5th of the month to the following month's 4th. One application per Solo Artist per month will be considered. Accepted Solo artists may not apply again for a term of one year.
–Curated Group Shows will have a run time of THREE (3) Months or longer, with dates to be determined at the time of acceptance. Any submissions received after a deadline will be considered as needed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications submitted after the deadline are not guaranteed consideration.

PROPOSALS:
Proposals are only necessary for Solo Show consideration. Proposals may include written descriptions and/or diagrams.
Proposals will only be accepted electronically using our online form. Materials sent by mail, in person, or by phone will not be considered. All proposals must take into consideration the nature of our virtual gallery and mission statement.

IMAGE SPECS:
Images submitted should be photographed on white background and color balanced.
– 1900px max
– 12 MB max file size
– Accepted file types: png, jpg, jpeg, gif, svg
– Videos and audio also accepted on submission form, additional upload will be required for presentation.

ELIGIBILITY:
We welcome submissions from all artists in all mediums regardless of age, race, sex, gender, or career level. However, preference will be given to emerging and mid-career artists. Femmes, POC, LGBT+, and disabled artists are encouraged to apply.
– Artists should be at least 18 years old.
– Student artists are welcome to apply.

SALE OF WORK:
Work which sells will be sold through Cold Coffee Gallery's point of sale. Cold Coffee Gallery will take a 10% commission for works priced under $70 and a 20% commission for works priced $70 or over.
All works will be displayed in our archive as NFS after the end of each exhibition. Exhibited work must be sold through Cold Coffee Gallery within ten (10) days of the end of the exhibition.
–Artists may not sell or distribute prints of exhibited works outside of Cold Coffee Gallery at any point during exhibition or within ten (10) days of the end of the exhibition.
–Artist will be responsible for the shipping/transportation of sold work to the Purchaser. Purchaser will be responsible for the cost of shipping/transportation/applicable insurance. Purchaser will sign the contract provided by Cold Coffee Gallery at time of purchase agreeing to this process. Artist will receive notification of sale immediately. Artist will receive payment from Cold Coffee Gallery upon Purchaser's receipt of all purchased work.
–Original "Not For Sale" (NFS) work and prints/reproductions will be accepted on a case by case basis.

SUBMISSION FEES:
All submission fees will go directly towards the upkeep, marketing, and maintenance of the website. All submission fees must be paid to Cold Coffee Gallery through Paypal (PayPal.Me/ColdCoffeeGallery). Submissions will not be reviewed until submission fees are received unless otherwise noted.
–Solo Shows: $10
–Curated Group Shows: $5
–Fee Waivers: Artists who cannot afford submission fees are still encouraged to apply. Please e-mail coldcoffeegallery@gmail.com with the subject line: "FEE WAIVER [full name as it appears on submission]" prior to submission with a brief note summarizing your financial situation.

ACCEPTED WORK:
A consignment contract will be signed by the artist and a representative of Cold Coffee Gallery upon acceptance of work.

Deadline: 
03/31/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$5, Fee Waivers Available
Contact & Links: 

Solo Exhibitions *Rolling Deadline*

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Cold Coffee Gallery launched on 4.1.20 in response to a global need for virtual creative spaces. Cold Coffee's goal is to create a unique and immersive curated gallery experience from the comfort of your own screen. Cold Coffee aims to support emerging and mid-career artists as well as Femmes, POC, and LGBT+ artists as well as connect them with art lovers and buyers alike. 

Cold Coffee Gallery is brought to you by Grace Nouveau Fine Arts LLC.

---

Currently, Cold Coffee Gallery is accepting submissions for Solo Shows and 2 Exhibitions.

Our first Exhibition, "Working Title: Art Before Quarantine" will launch along with the website 4.1.20. A solo show TBD will also launch this date. These applications will need to be submitted by 3.31.20.

Our Second Exhibition, title TBD, will feature work created during, after, and as a response to COVID-19 and Quarantine. This deadline is 4.15.20.

The applications for Solo Exhibitions are rolling.

Please see Submission form linked below for more information and submission guidelines.

---

Submission Guidelines

DEADLINES:
Deadlines are noted following the Show title on the next page. There will be ONE (1) Solo Show running at a time as well as TWO (2) curated group shows.
–Solo Shows have a rolling deadline. Artists featured in the Solo Show may not be featured in any concurrent group shows.
Each Solo Show is booked for a month-long run from the 5th of the month to the following month's 4th. One application per Solo Artist per month will be considered. Accepted Solo artists may not apply again for a term of one year.
–Curated Group Shows will have a run time of THREE (3) Months or longer, with dates to be determined at the time of acceptance. Any submissions received after a deadline will be considered as needed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications submitted after the deadline are not guaranteed consideration.

PROPOSALS:
Proposals are only necessary for Solo Show consideration. Proposals may include written descriptions and/or diagrams.
Proposals will only be accepted electronically using our online form. Materials sent by mail, in person, or by phone will not be considered. All proposals must take into consideration the nature of our virtual gallery and mission statement.

IMAGE SPECS:
Images submitted should be photographed on white background and color balanced.
– 1900px max
– 12 MB max file size
– Accepted file types: png, jpg, jpeg, gif, svg
– Videos and audio also accepted on submission form, additional upload will be required for presentation.

ELIGIBILITY:
We welcome submissions from all artists in all mediums regardless of age, race, sex, gender, or career level. However, preference will be given to emerging and mid-career artists. Femmes, POC, LGBT+, and disabled artists are encouraged to apply.
– Artists should be at least 18 years old.
– Student artists are welcome to apply.

SALE OF WORK:
Work which sells will be sold through Cold Coffee Gallery's point of sale. Cold Coffee Gallery will take a 10% commission for works priced under $70 and a 20% commission for works priced $70 or over.
All works will be displayed in our archive as NFS after the end of each exhibition. Exhibited work must be sold through Cold Coffee Gallery within ten (10) days of the end of the exhibition.
–Artists may not sell or distribute prints of exhibited works outside of Cold Coffee Gallery at any point during exhibition or within ten (10) days of the end of the exhibition.
–Artist will be responsible for the shipping/transportation of sold work to the Purchaser. Purchaser will be responsible for the cost of shipping/transportation/applicable insurance. Purchaser will sign the contract provided by Cold Coffee Gallery at time of purchase agreeing to this process. Artist will receive notification of sale immediately. Artist will receive payment from Cold Coffee Gallery upon Purchaser's receipt of all purchased work.
–Original "Not For Sale" (NFS) work and prints/reproductions will be accepted on a case by case basis.

SUBMISSION FEES:
All submission fees will go directly towards the upkeep, marketing, and maintenance of the website. All submission fees must be paid to Cold Coffee Gallery through Paypal (PayPal.Me/ColdCoffeeGallery). Submissions will not be reviewed until submission fees are received unless otherwise noted.
–Solo Shows: $10
–Curated Group Shows: $5
–Fee Waivers: Artists who cannot afford submission fees are still encouraged to apply. Please e-mail coldcoffeegallery@gmail.com with the subject line: "FEE WAIVER [full name as it appears on submission]" prior to submission with a brief note summarizing your financial situation.

ACCEPTED WORK:
A consignment contract will be signed by the artist and a representative of Cold Coffee Gallery upon acceptance of work.

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$10, Fee Waivers Available
Contact & Links: 

REX Animation Film Festival - Open call 2020

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REX is back for its 6th year! As usual we will continue to bring the most exciting European animation to Stockholm, Sweden. Dates for the main festival are October 29-November 1 and our main venue will again be beautiful Zita Folkets Bio!

Our call for entries at FilmFreeway is now open and welcoming submissions for European animated shorts are welcome. Deadline June 1st!
 

Prizes: 

REX Audience Prize

Deadline: 
06/01/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
5
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Urgent issue of The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

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URGENT ISSUE OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE: TILTING

Deadline: March 31, 2020

COVID-19 is an irrefutably global provocation that is currently reconfiguring nearly every aspect of life on Earth. The non-linear spread of the virus’ impact, which exceeds and differs from the rate of infection, has amplified and magnified already latent conditions of precarity, injustice, and inequality. It has been declared a pandemic, the etymology of which is pan + demos, meaning “all people,” but it is not affecting all people equally. These uncertain socio-political circumstances demand agile, dynamic, and multifaceted responses. In their recent book Now, the agents of The Invisible Committee call for us to generate desirable social and political worlds through an improvisatory tilt.[1] They advocate for strategic action that cuts transversally across vertical hierarchies and horizontal networks—privileging neither, in favour of an “intelligence of the situation.”[2] They encourage us to tilt our approaches to organizing in the face of urgent situations with good faith, careful attention, and decisive action.

Decisive and unprecedented actions are being implemented by individuals, organizations, businesses, and governments. Shared concern over the spread of COVID-19 has unsteadied and inverted our world. Accordingly, as a public gallery within a university we ask: how to acknowledge this pandemic as a “matter of concern,” while responding to its broad-ranging effects across our networks of artists, writers, and cultural workers as a “matter of care”?[3] An urgent and provisional response comes in the form of TILTING, a special digital issue of the Blackwood’s publishing platform The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK). TILTING will index participants’ responses to this especially unstable moment and create expedient means for the Blackwood to support those who have been unmoored from their sources of financial resources.

This special issue, TILTING, seeks to take up themes that have animated the Blackwood’s program and mandate throughout the last several years: questions of connectivity, the challenges of public and private space, community and/in isolation; imperatives to re-structure modes and methodologies of care, including revaluing care work, confronting collective care responsibilities within colonial and capitalist structures, and engaging with the infrastructures, aesthetics, contestations, and radical possibilities of mutual aid; responses to the precarization of art, labour, and life; interest in what modes of knowledge production, circulation, and re-distribution are vital to us now, and how these networks might take new form. These urgencies continue to drive Blackwood programming (and this forthcoming publication), supporting and activating artists, curators, and writers who incite us to be responsive, critical, and answerable.

We recognize that time is tight, resources are scarce, and struggles are intense. As a university gallery with access to public funding and institutional supports, the Blackwood has responsibilities to our communities, employees, the university, and the future of the gallery. The temporary suspension of some of our operations has left us with a small but useful surplus of unspent funds. We will endeavor to maintain this special publishing initiative over the months to come in order to circulate perspectives on the crisis and to support artists and writers who have lost jobs, exhibition and publication contracts, and other sources of income. This publishing initiative evokes triage as one mode of doing in times of crisis.[4]

  1. The Invisible Committee, Now (Los Angeles: Semiotext(e), 2017), 158.
  2. Ibid.
  3. María Puig de la Bellacasa, Matters of Care: Speculative Ethics in More than Human Worlds (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017).
  4. See Greig de Peuter and Christine Shaw, “Gathering Arrows: Deleuze’s Return,” in TOPIA, Vol. 16 (Fall 2006) 150–153.

Fees:

$500 per contribution. 18 contributions per issue.

Eligibility and need:
This call is open to applicants who self-identify as being in financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic and/or other structural factors. We request that applicants make decisions about whether to submit based on an honest assessment of personal needs, with respect for the art community and the resources available at this time. We urge those benefitting from financial security to refrain from submitting.

Deadline: March 31, 2020

Production Schedule:

The urgency of the situation requires an unusually expeditious and judicious production schedule. Once selected, all contributors will be asked to respond to the following timeline:

March 31:        Submissions due

April 3:             Contributors contacted

April 6–9:         One round of editorial feedback

April 9:             T4As and invoices submitted to Blackwood

April 10–17:    Copy-edit and design

April 20:           Digital issue launch

Deadline: 
03/31/2020

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 

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