Pink Things vol. iv call for submissions



After the glowing positive response to Pink Things Vol. III, Pink Things Vol. IV will accept submissions exclusively from the LBGTQIA+ community. Seeking perspectives of all kinds for this issue, including art, photography, writing, interviews, etc. There's no limit to the number or kind of submissions you can enter.

Writing Submissions

All writing submissions are to be emailed to with PINK THINGS VOL. IV in the subject line. Send files in .PDF or .DOCX format labeled FIRSTNAME_LASTNAME_TITLE. Submissions must be under 1,500 words.

All other Submissions

All other submissions are to be emailed to with PINK THINGS VOL. IV in the subject line. Send files in .PDF or .JPEG format labeled FIRSTNAME_LASTNAME_TITLE.

All images are to be at least 300 PPI for printing. 


Any submissions not following the guidelines will not be considered. 

Due to the sensitive nature of this issue, anonymous submissions will be accepted. Just note that you would like to remain anonymous in your email. 

I request that anyone who is not a part of the LBGTQIA+ community wait until the next issue to submit. 

If you have any questions or concerns don't hesitate to reach out! Just send me an email <3

submission deadline: SEPTEMBER 1, 2017



calling all writers

Pink Things is seeking writers to create original content for

To write for Pink Things, send at least two pitches and your experience to



Pink Things is a submission based platform constantly looking for new work, words, and people to feature in order to expand the thinking and ideas around the color Pink! 

Please send us your Pink submissions to

Word Submissions:

Please send us your writing submissions in a .doc or .pdf format, no longer than 2000 words. 

There is no limit to the kind of writing it can be! Send us a recent diary entry, Pink art show review, personal essay, poetry, fiction, research on the history of Pink and topics related to it, etc. 

Artwork Submissions:

Please include at least 5 original works, your name, contact information, materials, dimensions, when it was made, and an artist statement on how it relates to pink. 

Photos should be 72 ppi, no larger than 1000 pixels on the longest side with the file named after its title. 


Know someone doing something really cool related the Pink in a conceptual manner (see FemProject, International Women's Initiative, etc.)? Tell us about them! Just shoot us an email with the contact info and we will reach out for an interview. 




Open calls for the print issues of Pink Things will be posted on social media.