memoria /me'mɔrja/

book submissions

︎ what: book publication
︎ who: no restrictions
︎ when: no deadline
︎ where: -
︎ submission fee: free
︎ deadline: no deadline

We are now accepting publication proposals for solo books and zines on the theme of 'memories'.

We are looking for unique and compelling work that explores your vision as a photographer, designer or artist while exploring the concept of memories in a creative and thought-provoking way.

Whether your book or zine is complete or in progress, we welcome your submission. As long as the concept and direction of your project is clear, we are happy to consider both finished and unfinished works.

To submit a proposal, please send the following materials using the form at this link:

︎︎︎book submission︎︎︎
- A brief summary of your proposed book or zine.
- A detailed outline of your proposed book or zine, a selection of sample images (even if they are incomplete).
- A brief bio that tells us a little bit about you and your background as a photographer.

We do not charge a submission fee, nor do we expect photographers to cover production costs.

If your work is selected for publication, we will discuss distribution and remuneration options with you.

Memory raises fascinating questions about the relationship between self and time. For example, how do our memories shape our sense of self and our understanding of the world? Do our memories define who we are, or do they simply reflect who we have been? How do our memories influence our present and future experiences, and how do they change over time?

Memories allow us to revisit past experiences, reflect on our present and anticipate future events. In a photographic book project focused on memory, photographs can capture these connections by showing how the past influences the present and the future.

By exploring how memory shapes our relationships, identity and connection to the world around us, a photographic book project on memory can offer new insights into the human experience.

These are just some of the many questions that a photographic book project on memory could potentially explore. By examining memory through the lens of philosophy, we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us.