COMING IN HAIGAONLINE . . .
FOR OUR FALL GALLERY:
GAMES, APPS AND WIDGET HAIGA
This issue's Haiga Workshop has been all about trying something a little different to stimulate your imagination. We challenge you to try some of the interactive sites for creating images, and haiga them! Please read our guidelines for submission, and send up to 5 haiga by 1 August to the editor, firstname.lastname@example.org, with 'Haigaonline: games apps and widget haiga' in the subject line.
FOR OUR DECEMBER ISSUE:
I'm not going to give away our Winter issue's theme completely, but for the challenge in our Contemporary Haiga section, we're interested in haiga about domestic animals: dogs, cats, farm animals, laboratory animals, any species that has been domesticated or bred by humans whether for purpose or simply to share companionship on our lonely journey.
PLEASE NOTE: By tradition, December issue is our monochrome issue. We're interested in black and white haiga, or in haiga with reduced saturation and/or limited color palettes.
Send up to 5 haiga by 1 November to the editor, email@example.com, with 'Haigaonline: domestic animal challenge' in the subject line.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION TO HAIGAONLINE: PLEASE READ
To be eligible for publication, all submissions to Haigaonline must be unpublished and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. This includes not only publication in online and print journals but also works displayed where others can access them on personal web pages, online photo albums, blogs, and at online workshop groups and forums. PLEASE NOTE: this is a return to the journal's eligibility policy under previous editors. In our invited portfolios, we can be flexible, but the policy will be rigorously enforced for open submissions to ginkōs in the Contemporary Haiga and Gallery sections.
Copyright to all work published by Haigaonline is held by the artists and authors. Nothing in the issue may be copied, reproduced or republished without their written permission. Artists and authors are free to republish work when the issue is no longer current, but agree as a condition of acceptance to credit Haigaonline as the first place of publication.
Haigaonline does not pay authors for works accepted for publication. We reserve future right to republish all items from our website in digital, hard copy or CD format. This may include promotional materials for the issue, e-cards, or an annual yearbook or calendar.
If you have an interesting haiga project or article in process that you think might interest us, we'd love to hear about it. Send all submissions and letters of inquiry to the editor via email to the following address (it is not hyperlinked, so please copy and paste it into your email). For proper routing of your haiga, please include 'Haigaonline' in your subject heading.