Contribute to Volume xxiii:i STILL

We’re thrilled to announce the theme for the first issue of Incite Vol. 23: STILL!

Come out to our Brainstorming Meeting if you’re interested in contributing your art, writing, photography, or anything else under the sun to this issue. At the meeting, you’ll get the chance to learn more about the magazine's submission process, bounce ideas off other contributors, and get inspired. Whether you’re new to Incite, or have been working with us for the past few years, we can’t wait to digitally see you! Art is as important as ever during these times, and we’re looking forward to fostering connections and community through virtual gatherings like these.

We'll see you via Zoom on
Tuesday October 6 at 7PM EST.
Meeting ID: 960 4399 9300

Zoom Meeting Link (will go live at event time)
Can’t make it to this meeting? No worries! Stay up-to-date on how else you can submit your work by staying tuned to these newsletters, or joining our new contributors’ Facebook group for 2020-2021!


We're in the process of creating a new website for Incite, and this site will feature an FAQ page that we'll be updating throughout the year! In the meantime, you can reference our 2019-2020 FAQ for general information about our publication cycle. Please just note that our personnel and issue distribution process have changed for this school year.

Facebook Group

 Our Facebook group for contributors is a great place to ask questions, stay in the loop about submission deadlines, and learn about our initiatives as well as other art/writing opportunities. Our Editorial Board and staff can also help you with anything you might need here. Come share your work & meet new people!

About Incite

Est. 1997, Incite Magazine is McMaster University’s independent arts and culture publication featuring personal essays, fiction, poetry, commentary, research, interviews, sketches, photography, paintings, digital art, and more. We aim to foster the growth of a creative community promoting self-expression, collaboration, and dialogue within our university campus and city of Hamilton. Every aspect of Incite’s writing, graphics, layout, video, and event production is carried out by our wonderful student volunteers.

McMaster sits on the traditional territory shared between the Haudenosaunee confederacy and the Anishinabe nations, which was acknowledged in the Dish with One Spoon wampum belt. That wampum uses the symbolism of a dish to represent the territory, and one spoon to represent that the people are to share the resources of the land and only take what they need.

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