Open search for Interfictions cover art

Tue 3 Feb 2009 - Filed under: Not a Journal., | 1 Comment | Posted by: Gavin

*The Interstitial Arts Foundation is searching for cover art for our second literary anthology, Interfictions II. All visual artists are invited to submit images for possible use as the cover art of the anthology.

From February 2 – 16, artists are invited to post images on our Flickr group at for all to enjoy.  At the end of that time, the editors of Interfictions II, Delia Sherman and Christopher Barzak, along with Small Beer Press publisher Gavin Grant and Interfictions I cover artist Connie Toebe, will choose an image for the cover of this exciting original anthology, to be published in November, 2009.

What are we looking for? Any visual image that might look good on the cover of a book.  It could be a painting, a computer image, collage, sculpture or maybe even a piece of clothing.  The first volume’s cover was actually a photo of a 3-dimensional diorama box, so a photo of a sculpture or craft piece is not out of the question.  Contributing artists should be sure to consider their art in the context of a book cover. A book cover isn’t simply a pretty picture but part of a complete design. If you’re photographing a 3-dimensional piece (especially something that isn’t rectangular) please remember that the quality of the photo counts as well. A nicely composed photo is as important as the quality of the artwork in the image. The book cover will be 5.5″ wide and 8.5″ tall so a horizontal or square image might not work as well as a vertically oriented one. That being said, we’d love to be surprised. Show us something we’ve never seen before!

The details:

Questions?  Post them here, and we’ll answer them as soon as possible.

Good luck!  We look forward to seeing your artwork!


One Response to “Open search for Interfictions cover art”

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