A resource for discovering alternative voices in publishing

Open for Submissions

Want to reach new audiences? Want to help build this resource and community? You’ve come to the right place!

We’d love to feature your work on AltSalt. Before proceeding, please read our About page. In addition, all submissions must abide by our Community Guidelines.

Note that you must have an account to submit. If you don't have an account, you can apply here.



Submission Guidelines

Overview

AltSalt is a resource for promoting independent creative voices and building solidarity among underserved groups and allies. These groups include, but are not limited to...

• BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, cis women, persons with disabilities
• Zinesters, poets, electronic literature makers
• Game developers focusing on story over gameplay
• Visual literary writers, artists, letterers, and designers
• Anyone who resonates with AltSalt's mission and is looking to be a part of a cool community

If this sounds like you, then read on!


Items we accept

All accepted works will have a sense of completeness. Works can require payment or be free; however, note that we don't have mechanisms for selling anything directly on AltSalt.

Our ever-evolving list of accepted items includes, but is not limited to...

• Zines
• Comics
• Story-driven video games
• Visual literature
• Poetry books
• Electronic literature
• Computational poetry
• Multimedia literature


Generally, we do not accept:

• Novels


Examples

• Zines — artzines, perzines, poetry zines, all zines
• Comics, especially ones with BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, cis women, or folks with disabilities in lead writing or art positions
• Story-driven games, especially if there's reading involved
• Electronic literature, visual literature, poetry generators
• Honestly, anything by anyone will probably make it in as long as it doesn't violate our community guidelines


Conclusion

At the end of the day, we just want to create a space for alternative voices and alternative literary formats! If this resonates with you, we’d love to have your work as part of the community.

For any further questions, see our Frequently Asked Questions.

If your answer still isn't covered, feel free to contact us.