NOMADartx (www.nomadartx.com) is an emerging global creative exchange hub dedicated to sharing and amplifying artistic potential, regardless of genre. We provide a platform for visual, literary, performance, musical, culinary, textile, functional design, and multi-genre artists to build connections with fellow creators, providing opportunities to share and showcase work, services, resources, and events.

Our new NOMADartx Review considers and curates fresh voices in arts and literature that address creativity and the creative process. We review all media of visual art and submissions of original written work in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction/personal essay, interviews, and reviews.

Our "Industry Specials" column also provides a place for contemporary creatives to share wisdom (individual or collective) toward building success in their fields of practice.

**For our special first issue, we invite writers and artists to share original work they’ve created relating in any way to the creative process or experience.

**We are also especially interested in this subtopic, relevant to these somehow simultaneously limiting and fast-changing times: subject matter relating to routines and repetitions. Consider the experience of:

  • Negotiating old rituals and habits and forming new ones,
  • Learning from and subverting the familiar,
  • Or encountering something unexpected and unfamiliar.


Please consider sharing your work with us! All submissions will be carefully and fully considered.

Thanks for your interest, and we look forward to engaging with you work!

--The Editors

NOMADartx (www.nomadartx.com) is an emerging global creative exchange hub dedicated to sharing and amplifying artistic potential, regardless of genre. We provide a platform for visual, literary, performance, musical, culinary, textile, functional design, and multi-genre artists to build connections with fellow creators, providing opportunities to share and showcase work, services, resources, and events. 

Our new NOMADartx Review considers and curates fresh voices in arts and literature that address creativity and the creative process. We review all media of visual art and submissions of original written work in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction/personal essay, interviews, and reviews.

For our special first issue, we invite writers and artists to share original work they’ve created relating in any way to the creative process or experience.

We are also especially interested in this subtopic, relevant to these somehow simultaneously limiting and fast-changing times: subject matter relating to routines and repetitions. Consider the experience of:

  • Negotiating old rituals and habits and forming new ones,
  • Learning from and subverting the familiar,
  • Or encountering something unexpected and unfamiliar.


Categories:

1. Fiction, Personal Essay & Poetry: For general prose and poetry submissions, please note that while we welcome writing of any length, we are more likely to publish pieces under 5,000 words. Please limit your submissions to one per reading cycle.


2. Industry Specials: For our "Industry Specials" column, we seek innovative voices to discuss or demonstrate tools to help creatives grow their personal goals and careers.  Emerging and working creatives regularly face challenges in time, funding, work value, work-life balance, and more. We're looking to publish articles that address these concerns from personal experience or collective wisdom. Our NOMADartx Review is seeking these subtopics, especially:

  • Promotion, connections, and effective ways to sell work and services;
  • Pricing time and/or physical works;
  • Artistic processes and tools;
  • Guides to style and/or program-building;
  • Access assistance for useful programs (physical and digital);
  • Resume and portfolio builders;
  • Confidence and self-worth;
  • Grant-writing and residency advice.


3. Critiques, Interviews, & Reviews: for works of an analytical nature, we’re looking for observers to share reviews and inclusive opinions about bodies of work, galleries, art houses, communities, creatively-geared sites, and more. While the focus is not limited to emerging creatives, projects, and businesses, NOMADartx Review is seeking new and exciting approaches that are lesser-known, such as articles addressing:

  • Explorative considerations of shows and exhibits, educational centers or projects;
  • Interviews with emerging creative people;
  • Creative reviews on singular or collective pieces by one person or collaborations;
  • Philosophical or social considerations of oeuvres and styles not specific to one artist.


4. Visual Art: please limit submissions to 5 pieces per reading cycle, prepared in .jpg or .png format. The resolution for images should be greater than 70 dpi. Please include your artist statement in the cover letter area, linking your submission to themes of the magazine.


Thank you for your interest in contributing to NOMADartx Review, and in helping to build creative community! 

We look forward to engaging with your work.

--The Editors

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