CT-Alpha Submission Guidelines
So you want to pitch material to CT-Alpha. Well, here's a few guidelines to help make it easy to do that.
All work will remain the copyright of the individual creator. However, we do request that any material you submit to us not be published in it's entirety elsewhere for 6 months from the publication of the relevant issue of CT-Alpha. Naturally previews and excerpts are fine, after all the more people who know you have done something the more will want to read.
CT-Alpha at this moment is a digital-only magazine. Should any of your work be featured in any issue you would be entitled to that issue for free. If you are an existing subscriber than you would get a refund for that issue.
By that I mean pencillers, inkers, letterers and colour artists. So if you are interested in contributing then please send links to samples of your current work to firstname.lastname@example.org
or no more than 3 72dpi jpg images via email to the same address.
The page size for CT-Alpha is 17cm wide by 25.5 cm long.
Please state whether you are interested in providing spot-illustrations or want to contribute comic strip art. As we are looking for both. If you want to do strip work please email or link to samples so we can match you up to the best suited project.
For C-T Alpha we will require finished artwork to be 300dpi in resolution, as while the magazine is digital at the moment, there may be scope for print collections at a future dat
Please note that CT-Alpha will be an all-ages publication – so submissions with profanity will not be accepted. We want adult stories in the true sense of the word, intelligent and challenging. Not filled with unnecessary crude language.
It's everyone's favourite arguing point for Transformers. So let's get it out of the way quickly. We welcome stories from any continuities, be it the Marvel Comics, Dreamwave comics, Sunbow cartoons all the way through to the Ladybird books. This magazine should have material to appeal to everyone's tastes.
So do you want to write a story or a script?
Well send a premise and synopsis of your tale to the following email addresses ralph@ct-alpha & email@example.com
and we will get back to you.
Will we do multi-part stories? Yes we will. With the caveat that until all the parts are completed we will not start publishing the stories.
We are also looking for good factual material. Be it in-depth reviews/critiques or interesting articles. If this sounds up your alley then please send a premise of your article/feature to either firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will contact you.