We’re so excited that you’re interested in being a part of Miss Anthology 2018!
First things first, we do have some restrictions on who can apply. You’ll need to be 9-18 years old (parent/child collaborations accepted), female or LBGTQIA+, and live in the pacific northwest.
Next, you’ll need to make a word doc or pdf that lists the following:
- Preferred Name: (We’ll be publishing this and using it during events)
- Legal First and Last Name: (This will not be published)
- Legal Guardian Name: (if under 18)
- Legal Guardian Email:
- Legal Guardian Phone:
- Preferred Pronoun:
- Short Biography: (A paragraph or two should suffice)
- Any other information you think we’ll need.
Ready to Submit Work?
Make sure that your submission meets the comic submission specs below. Once you’ve checked that off, go ahead and click “Submit Work Now” on the “Our Anthology” drop down menu or click here.
You’ll be taken to our dropbox folder where you’ll need to click “choose files” select your work, and fill out your name and email address.
Comic Submission Specs
1. File Format
Save your files as PDF or TIFF
Be sure the files are flattened (no extra layers or channels).
Be sure they are saved using LZW compression. LZW compression is lossless, meaning that there is no loss of image quality.
NEVER save files intended for print as JPGs or with jpg compression. JPG compression is destructive by design. It prioritizes smaller file size over image quality integrity. If you’ve already saved your files using JPG compression, then some damage has already been done. If it’s possible for you to start over from a master copy we recommend that.
Color files should be saved in CMYK mode.
Black and white files should be in Grayscale mode.
Your files MUST be 300 DPI (dots per inch).
If the resolution of your files is less than 300 DPI, your print quality will suffer.
Your document size should be 5.5×7.5″
With a trim area of 5×7.5″
Live area of 4.5×7″
Simply put, your lines, letters, and art shouldn’t be larger than 4.5×7″
Here’s a template to reference!
4. Name your files properly
We want your files sent separately and named with each comic and page number. For instance, if I had a comic named Super Cat, my submission would look like this:
E-mail us at email@example.com we’ll answer any questions you have.