about

The Signal House Edition is the joint publishing project founded in 2020 by Kit Brookman, Melissa Chambers & Henry Martin, with Erica Gillingham as Poetry Editor. The Edition is a living document that exists at a junction in time. We are physically headquartered in London and Dublin, but aim to bring together the thoughts, images and words of living artists, thinkers and makers from all continents.

As a currently all-white editorial team, we are committed to ongoing anti-racism education and practices, as well as platforming underrepresented voices. We believe that black lives matter, and that trans lives matter.

The Edition is a department of The Signal House, a live performance collective founded in 2018.

The Edition appears monthly.

 

 

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We are an artist-run, independent and unfunded publication. The Edition is currently free because we do not want price to be a barrier to accessing and engaging the work of our contributors.

Each issue represents hundreds of hours of research, creation and refinement by our contributors and Editors, all of whom put forward their work in the spirit of intellectual and artistic community.

We gladly accept your donations to support the ongoing life of The Signal House Edition and the community it represents.

 

submissions

We currently accept submissions in poetry, non-fiction, art, audio, and fiction.

 

We encourage submissions from individuals from backgrounds and identities underrepresented in art and writing, particularly with regard to race, gender, sexuality, class, and disability. We welcome works translated from other languages into English where both writer and translator hold rights. Contributors retain copyright for their work.  Please send all submissions to signalhouseedition@gmail.com

 

All submissions should: 

  • Be typed in size 12 font

  • Be in the English language

  • Be previously unpublished 

  • Be submitted by the rights holder

  • Only send one submission in a given four-month period

  • Include a category (e.g. Audio, Poetry, Art etc.) in the email subject

  • Include a 150-word email or biography by way of introduction

  • Name attached files as follows: Category_File_Name_Contributor_Name., ie. Fiction_To_Kill_A_Mockingbird_Harper_Lee

 

Art: 

In addition to the above, include a link to your work in the email, do not attach files. 

 

Audio:

In addition to the above, include a 200-word pitch on your proposed piece and the genre or subgenre of the piece, i.e. radio drama, interview, sound art, etc. If applicable, include a link to your work in the email. Do not attach files. 

 

Fiction: 

In addition to the above, attach one story per submission. Word count maximum 2,000. For perspective we prefer that you are currently living in the place that you are writing about.

Perspective:

In addition to the above, attach one story per submission. Word count maximum 1000. For perspective submissions, we prefer that you are currently living in the place that you are writing about.

Non-fiction:

In addition to the above, include a 200-word pitch on your proposed piece and the genre or subgenre of the piece, i.e. interview, memoir, biography, personal essay, critical essay etc.  

 

Poetry: 

In addition to the above, attach 2 poems to the email, no longer than 60 lines each.

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