How do I get published in PERJUS Magazine?
Please click here to find out how to submit your work for publication.
i was published in perjus magazine. Can I have a free PRINT and/or digital copy?
No. We are, first and foremost, a digital magazine. All issues are free to view digitally on PERJUS.com. If your work is chosen for publication, it will be available to view in our free digital magazine as well as for sale in our print magazine.
Do you publish features on PERJUS.com?
Why wasn't my work published in the latest issue? Should I submit my work again?
We receive a high volume of submissions, and we archive unpublished submissions for future consideration.
WHY DO YOU NEED PERMISSION TO EDIT MY PHOTOS?
Due to the nature of a collaborative art magazine, minor edits are necessary.
WHY DID YOU PUBLISH MY WORK/A PHOTO OF ME I DID NOT SUBMIT?
If you feel your work or likeness has been published without your consent please contact us immediately using the form below.
Do you offer refunds?
DO YOU CLAIM COPYRIGHT OVER MY IMAGES?
DOES MY WORK NEED TO BE EXCLUSIVE TO PERJUS?
No. We do not claim exclusivity for photos submitted for any issue of PERJUS unless your photo shoot is produced by or in conjunction with/specifically for PERJUS.
For any and all other general questions and/or concerns:
Please fill out the form below. Any submissions sent through the form below will be discarded.
a GLOBAL and independent publication. the platform for equality in output.
PERJUS has featured artists from all over the world, from all walks of life at all different points in their creative careers. Covers have included talent such as musicians EVA, BRYNDON COOK and GABRIEL GARZÓN-MONTANO, as well as visual artists AUDREY KITCHING and JULIANA HORNER. Since its inception in 2014, the digital issue of PERJUS Magazine has reached thousands of reads and continues to grow. Beyond the digital and physical magazine, PERJUS is a tastemaker that promotes new music and all forms of digital adver/editorials via PERJUS.com. In addition to the curation of various forms of artwork, PERJUS is devoted to maintaining a positive connection to the world, and sales from the print magazine have been donated to various charities including ASPCA, VH1 Save the Music Foundation, and the Nashville Fashion Forward Fund.