Pulch is a new online youth magazine celebrating the creativity and diversity of the Western Australian arts scene. The magazine was founded by writers Luisa Mitchell and Jay Anderson, and designer Chris Leopardi, who wanted to make a space for their community to collaborate and create a platform for their work. Pulch is supported by the Centre for Stories and Propel Youth Arts WA.
If you are interested in reading fresh new writing from a diverse range of young WA creatives, then head to the Pulch Magazine website to read their first published content.
If you are interested in submitting work, Pulch Magazine is currently accepting submissions from young people living in or from WA, aged 26 or under.
You can write about anything and everything, from politics, to culture, to identity, fictional short stories, poems, screenplays and experimental writing. The editors are particularly interested in stories that include marginalised or minority voices and themes.
Word limits: between 1000 and 2000 words, although the editors are open to longer or shorter pieces.
There is also an opportunity to submit artwork.
Find out about submitting to Pulch on the magazine’s website.