Artists who wish to be considered for this summer’s weekly edition should submit their work no later than July 1st.


a summer call for submissions

This summer, The Remembered Arts Journal will be exploring the art of thirst. We are seeking pieces that examine experiences of aridity, restlessness, and longing, with a view to both passion and discipline. All submissions will be considered for our weekly edition. Acceptances are rolling.


Submission Guidelines

The aim of The Remembered Arts Journal is to offer a thought-provoking synthesis of real life and real art. We view our contributors and subscribers as whole people, not as simply creators and consumers. We encourage our artists to share glimpses of their practical lives, and our readers to share their own creative undertakings. We are interested in art that considers the tragedies and trivialities of life through awareness of beauty and reverence for meaning. We are interested in artists who resist the temptation to compartmentalize creativity, who integrate their art with their daily lives.

We accept submissions in the following categories:

  • visual arts
  • creative writing (including poetry, short stories, scripts, and creative non-fiction)
  • performing arts
  • crafts
  • design

Email submissions to

Please include the following with your submission:

  1. A brief description of the piece (title, medium, technique, inspiration, etc.)
  2. A short, biographical statement that addresses the following questions: a) Creative accomplishments aside, who are you? b) What inspires your creativity? c) How do you integrate your art with your daily life? (If you are not a professional artist, what else do you do? How do you make time to create?)
  3. If applicable, links to your blog, website, Esty shop, etc.

Help us build community:

All contributors to The Remembered Arts Journal will become registered authors on the site. Your registration includes a subscription, a Remembered Arts profile, and membership to our artists’ network. We encourage all of our contributors to build dynamic, supportive relationships with their readers and fellow members of the Remembered Arts community. See our About page for more information about the artists’ network.

Please do not hesitate to contact the editor with any questions or concerns at

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I hear from you?

We typically acknowledge receipt of submitted materials within one business day. For all material submitted in advance of the submission deadline, we will send a publication decision before the publication of the next issue. Materials received after the deadline will be considered for the following issue.

Do you accept simultaneous submissions or previously published material?

We do accept simultaneous submissions. We ask that you inform us immediately if your work has been accepted by another publication. Previously published materials will only be considered with the written consent of the publisher.


Do you offer compensation?

The Remembered Arts Journal is a completely free publication, created to encourage artistry at all levels. In order to keep subscriptions free of cost, we do not offer financial compensation to our contributors.

What are your terms of publication?

If your work is accepted, you will receive a contract for the rights to publish it. Under our terms, contributors retain the right to republish their work. We ask to be informed prior to the republication, and to be acknowledged as the original publisher. Our full terms of publication may be found in under “Intellectual Property” in our site-wide terms of service.



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WE HAVE ALL FORGOTTEN WHAT WE REALLY ARE. All that we call common sense and rationality and practicality and positivism only means that for certain dead levels of our life we forget that we have forgotten. All that we call spirit and art and ecstasy only means that for one awful instant we remember that we forget.

G.K. Chesterton