What is #EnbyLife?
#EnbyLife is an online journal by and for non-binary and gender diverse people. For more info, visit the About #EnbyLife page.
When are submissions open?
How do I submit my work?
Submit to #EnbyLife by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line SUBMISSION: Title of your submission. If relevant, please also include content/trigger warnings at the top of the document or in your email.
Who can submit?
If you fall under the gender diverse or non-binary umbrella (e.g. genderqueer, gender fluid, agender, bi-gender, gender questioning, just to name a few) — we want your work!
What can I submit?
Poetry including text and visual poems, essays, non-fiction, short stories, flash fiction and micro fiction, comics, artwork and illustrations, audio such as slam poems and music, RPGs and text-based games, digital zines, hybrid and experimental pieces, AND work that doesn’t fall neatly into any of these categories. If you think we can put it on a website, send it our way!
Will I get paid?
Yes! #EnbyLife pays $20 (AUD) to each artist published.
When I submit, do I need to use my name?
You can use a name of your choice, a pseudonym, or remain anonymous. Totally up to you!
Can I submit previously published work?
While we generally prefer new work, we’re very happy to consider previously published work. For example, if a previously published piece had a small local or zine readership, or was published under an old/dead name (we’d love to help you see your previous work published under your new/correct name!)
I’m cisgender, can I submit something to #EnbyLife?
No. We recommend seeking out other submission opportunities.
How can I spread the word about #EnbyLife submissions?
Please feel free to print out our A4 submissions flyer in colour or black & white and pop them up around your community. Thank you in advance! We love you!
Why wasn’t my submission chosen for publication?
#EnbyLife aims to publish as many non-binary and gender diverse creatives as possible within our budget. Unfortunately we can’t publish every submission we receive, due to receiving a large number of submissions or because a creative piece isn’t the right fit for the journal on this occasion. When our editors have enough time and spoons, we try our best to give feedback on rejected submissions.