Please indicate which show you are submitting to in the title of your piece.
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***please do not submit in this category for the City College VAMP show. Use the link for that show, which will close when the submission deadline passes. Submissions for City College received after the deadline will not be read. This category is for our monthly Whistle Stop VAMP***
Submit here for SSWA's monthly VAMP (Visual / Audio Monologue Performance) Showcase only. Please include a brief bio and your e-mail in the comments section when submitting. VAMPs are usually, unless otherwise noted, held on the last Thursday of the month.
Work should fall between 5-10 minutes in length. Between 140-160 words per minute is an average guide. Style, voice, and literary form can vary widely, but we're looking for true, non-fiction stories that involve a transformation (of you, a character, a place, etc.) and offer an insight that we can relate to.
Please be aware that there is a rehearsal and critique process for all accepted VAMP submissions. Rehearsals & crits are MANDATORY. If your piece is accepted and you can't make the first scheduled rehearsal, please let us know right away. All reasonable accommodations will me made. We want you to give the best performance possible when we put you on stage.
All scripts are read and voted on by a blind peer review panel comprised of individuals who have performed at previous VAMP Showcases, to ensure bias or nepotism does not affect the selection process. Therefore, please DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR SCRIPT.
Thanks, good luck, and please
don't be disheartened if you aren't selected. I founded this
organization and I've been rejected multiple times myself. A rejection is not a statement on the quality of your writing, there are dozens of factors at play when putting a show together, and we want it to always be a reflection of our community and the people who comprise it.
- Justin Hudnall
The Radvocate features the fiction, non-fiction, poetry and visual art of people who acknowledge the state of the world and strive to reflect it in their work, individuals who read independently, think critically, and will help us shout to those who would control us: “We are not afraid”.
We recommend works between 100-3,500 words. Artwork should be at least 300 dpi in quality, Jpegs preferred. Once submitted, we will review it and let you know if it's been accepted in a few weeks.
Submissions are read year-round, though for consideration for The Radvocate #14, please send us your work by December 15th, 2015.