Want to Contribute?SomethingDark webmagazine and the broader SomethingDark (SDk) website have been designed to give contributors unique, high-quality exposure, and our goal is to make SDk a highly regarded presence internationally that will be sought out for its cultural vision, quality of presentation and technical innovation; therefore, we hope SDk’s combination of form and function will prove attractive to creatives in all fields as an effective showcase for their work and as a platform for their message.
The first step: a contributor profile
One of the most significant ways contributing to SomethingDark webMagazine can work for you is through your profile in the SDk Contributor Directory. Our Contributor Directory promotes both us and you as belonging to an established tradition of artistic endeavour, and, as such, is important for SDk’s cultural integrity.
On a technical level, your profile is reciprocally linked to your specific contributions in SomethingDark webmagazine and continues promoting your presence on the internet over the longer term, especially if you keep your profile updated. So besides serving as a record of all the creative people who have been a part of SomethingDark, the Contributor Directory also acts as an active index of SDk contributors and is therefore important to the technical functioning of the broader SDk site.
For these reasons, assembling a Contributor Directory profile is the first step to participating in SomethingDark webmagazine, and we’ve done everything we can to make it easy for you. Please download the PDF document for details:
Your SDk contributor profile(US Letter format)
Contributor information packs
If your creative flair is a little darker than what is usually regarded as "the norm” and you are considering contributing to SomethingDark webmagazine, then in addition to the above document about an SDk profile, it is important that you read the appropriate contributor information.
To download a contributor information pack, please select the appropriate PDF document(s) below:
Artists(US Letter format)
Cartoon/comic artists(US Letter format)
Photographers(US Letter format)
Writers: fiction(US Letter format)
Writers: nonfiction(US Letter format)