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That Which We Do Not Understand: Amelia’s Magazine 10th Anniversary Open Brief for Artists and Writers

DEADLINE EXTENDED! Be inspired by Mysticism, Spirituality, Alchemy, Paganism, Witchcraft, Herbalism, Shamanism, Magick, Voodoo, Folklore, Occult, Esotericism, Tarot, Astrology, Animal Spirits, Paranormal activities, the Moon and much more for my exciting new Open Brief.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Moon illustration by Daria Hlazatova.

Amelia’s Magazine is 10 years old this year! It’s been a long time since I’ve worked on a major new publishing project, but 2014 is the 10th anniversary of Amelia’s Magazine, and I could not let that pass without putting print on paper. So here, without further ado, is my brand new exciting open brief, open to anyone, anywhere in the world.

To celebrate 10 years of supporting emerging artists and writers I plan to produce a one off limited edition collectible artists’ book that will feature artworks, artist interviews and musings on the theme of That Which We Do Not Understand. It will be available online and in a few prestigious bookshops, including the Tate. Accompanying this will be an exclusive series of A2 limited edition gold foiled art prints, with chosen artists receiving 50% of profits from sales.

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