Bright Wall/Dark Room is currently accepting unsolicited submissions for its monthly magazine. Essays, criticism, poetry, reportage, interviews, and short humor pieces will all be evaluated and considered.

We are absolutely not looking for formulaic plot-summary "reviews" of any kind. We are far more interested in content that has you interacting, engaging, or wrestling with a film (or film-related topic) in some personal or unique way. Creativity and thinking outside of the box are highly encouraged.

 

Ends on April 7, 2017
For our May issue, we're looking for essays on films or television shows that revolve around childhood in some way.  

In order to be considered for the issue, we'll need to receive a first draft of your essay by April 7, 2017.

If you haven't written for us before and want to know more about the submission process, or if you have a few different ideas and aren't sure which one to pursue, please feel free to email the editorial team (bwdr.editors@gmail.com) prior to the submission deadline with any pitches or questions. 

We welcome unsolicited essay submissions of any length.

However, before you submit your piece, we recommend that you subscribe to the magazine and browse through our archives a bit, to get a sense of the kinds of things we tend to publish.