Quantum Muse is looking for high
quality fantasy, science fiction, horror or "furry" (anthropomorphic)
art. We have on occasion published alternative pieces, but this
is quite rare. We define alternative as anything that catches our
fancy outside of the normal speculative genres. We prefer realism, so we are not looking for surreal or abstract
pieces at this time.
We are most interested in traditional media. That being, but
not limited to, oils, acrylics, pen and ink, colored pencils, graphite,
pastels, charcoal, watercolors, airbrush and other non-electronic
media. We on occasion publish computer art that is of outstanding
caliber. We also require completed pieces. Please do not send us
works in progress. Images with a background, forground and subject
is the prefered style.
Please refer to our Gallery page for many examples of our previously published artists.
We ask that you do not submit artwork
based on copyrighted characters. Our lawyer was recently disbarred
and we cannot afford to violate copyright law, no matter how flattering
your Darth Vader rendition is. We assume you own the rights to the
art you submit to us. If you do not, and we mistakenly publish it,
don't expect us to take your side in any way when the lawyers come
We also ask that you not submit pornography.
We are not attempting to infringe on your First Amendment rights,
nor are we a bunch of book burning, Puritan fascists. Mild erotic
content will not immediately disqualify you. We're not above publishing
an exposed breast or a barely dressed barbarian. However, graphic
sexual content will not be considered.
We do not pay for publication at this time.
At this time, electronic submissions
are required. Send us your web site address and our editors
will evaluate your work. If you do not have a web site, please send
four or five images of your best work, in .jpg or .gif format only,
via e-mail attachment. Each piece must be less than 300k. An image
dimension size of roughly 600 pixels on either side is preferred.
Send an e-mail with your name, address, a brief bio,
web site address or file attachments to
our editor, Timothy O. Goyette
Accepted pieces will be published in
a timely manner. We define timely. (Generally, within 3 months,
but that's NOT written in stone) A short biography of the artist
should be included with the art if the artist would care to become
famous. After initial publication, works will be archived for all time, or until the artist requests its removal.
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