Sunday Submissions: An Opportunity for Arab Graphic Novelists (Or Those Living in an Arab-majority Country)

If you are a graphic novelist working in “the region,” then Tosh Fesh has an opportunity for you:
Tosh Fesh will choose four graphic novels from among those submitted. They might need to find a translator for any submissions in Tamazight. Advertisements

Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLinkedInRedditGoogleTumblrPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading…‹ What is the Breakthrough Moment for Arabic Digital Publishing?Categories: graphic novels The judges are pioneering graphic novelist Lena Merhej, one of the founders of   Samandal;   editor-in-chief of   F/I/M2/P Magazine Mohamed Abdouni; and Tosh Fesh’s Aseel Suleiman. Read more about how to submit your work   at their Facebook page. There is no specification of accepted languages — the submissions call   is in Arabic and English — although certainly Merhej can read them in Arabic, English, and French. They’ll fund the   projects’ creative development and production, offering writers $2,000 as well as printing and distribution.