ISSUE FIFTEEN SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Thank you everyone who sent in photographs for consideration for Issue Fifteen. We will take some time getting to know this work and should be in touch with accepted photographers in a few weeks. If you don’t hear from us please consider submitting to future issues!

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ISSUE FOURTEEN IS HERE AT LAST!

We’re so happy to finally be getting this wonderful work printed and out into the world. I would like to thank all you photographers, supporters, and collaborators for your patience and extra help this issue. As always, we will be posting updates here and on Instagram. Cover image by Patrick Carew.

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Sneak preview – Issue Fourteen cover

We have new postcards! They feature the upcoming Issue Fourteen cover with a photo by Patrick Carew. Find a full list of contributor for Issue Fourteen here. We are wicked (as we say in New England) excited about this issue, and about putting out our first publication with our new printer. Unfortunately a family emergency has taken me back to Vermont and away from the printer. The publication date will now be more like mid September. We will get it printed and in the post as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience.

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WE MADE OUR FUNDING GOAL

Cheers friends we made it!!! As of today we have reached our goal for funding a new printer. Photo by Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte, featured in Issue One which came out almost seven years ago. So much heartfelt gratitude to those of you who contributed, and spread the word about this project! Here’s to many more years of beautiful photos in print. Now don’t forget to send in a submission for Issue Fourteen.

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CALL FOR ART: INCANDESCENT ISSUE FOURTEEN

It’s that time again. The deadline to submit for Issue Fourteen is June 15th. Don’t miss it! Email incandescentzine@gmail.com up to 12 examples of your work and / or a link to your website!

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Incandescent needs a new printer

We really hate fundraising, but really love photography, and spending tons of time on printing projects. Our time is free, however, printers are not. We are dedicated to showing work by emerging photographers while keeping the zine affordable and not charging submission fees. Up to now that has been possible because of a printer we bought six years ago thanks to Kickstarter — sales from each issue have funded printing of the next. Alas, that printer is no more. We hope to raise enough to buy a new cost effective printer. If we are unable to do so we will put the funds towards an absolutely stellar last issue before discontinuing the project. Please check out our GoFundMe, share, and donate if you can.

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