Submit here for our DOCTOR to DOCTOR essay series.

Two artists enter, one artwork leaves. DOCTOR to DOCTOR essays focus on the writer’s experience of another artist’s art, its impact on the writer and their work, and its relation to art and life and the connective tissue between. As varied as their subjects, these essays have no additional guidelines, though 1,000-3,000 words is the suggested range. Check out previous DtDs here to get a feel for what they look like.

As part of our monthly web series, submissions in this category are open year round.
We don’t believe in charging reading fees, but if you’d like to support our magazine and podcast, submit your DOCTOR to DOCTOR essay here. Though a tip jar submission does not guarantee publication, as a courtesy, we will read these first and get back to you ASAP, so you don’t have to wait seventeen years to find out if your work has found a home or not.

Please see above category for submission guidelines.