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Guideline: Your Void Magazine Interview

Please utilize this guideline to adhere to our Void Magazine Interview submission guideline.

Be Descriptive.

When answering interview questions for Void Magazine, it’s important to be descriptive. Provide detailed insights into your creative process, inspirations, and experiences. Use vivid language to paint a picture for readers, allowing them to truly understand and connect with your artistic journey. Avoid being overly brief or vague, and instead, delve deep into the nuances of your work and passions.

Dedicate adequate time: Don't rush!

Dedicate adequate time to the interview process; don’t rush through it. Take the opportunity to reflect on each question thoughtfully and provide well-articulated responses. Rushing through the interview may result in missed opportunities to convey the depth and richness of your creative journey. Take your time to ensure your answers are comprehensive and meaningful.

Minimum word count: 175. But more is better!

Strive to meet the minimum word count of 175 words for each response during the interview process. However, remember that more is often better when it comes to providing detailed and insightful answers. We recommend meeting the 250-300 word count. Aim to exceed the minimum word count whenever possible to fully convey your thoughts, experiences, and perspectives. Providing thorough and elaborative responses not only enriches the interview content but also enhances the depth and authenticity of your story. Embrace the opportunity to share your creativity, insights, and passion with the Void Magazine audience by going beyond the minimum word requirement and crafting comprehensive and engaging responses.

Spell Checking.

Spell checking is an essential step in ensuring the professionalism and credibility of your interview responses. Before submitting your answers, take the time to carefully review your writing for any spelling errors or typos. Utilize spell check tools provided by word processing software or online platforms to identify and correct any misspelled words. Additionally, consider reading your responses aloud or asking someone else to review them for accuracy and clarity. By diligently spell checking your interview contributions, you demonstrate attention to detail and a commitment to delivering polished and error-free content to Void Magazine.

Sharing Media.

When submitting media for consideration to Void Magazine, it’s crucial to adhere to our Media Submission Guidelines to ensure compatibility and quality. Please review our guidelines carefully and share media that meets the specified criteria. This includes providing high-resolution images or videos, ensuring proper formatting and file types, and confirming that your media aligns with the creative themes and focus of Void Magazine. By following these guidelines, you can increase the likelihood of your media being accepted and featured in our publication, allowing your creative work to reach a wider audience and gain recognition within the artistic community.

Additional Guideline

 

Tell Void about you:

If we’re strangers, we need to know more about you. In the “Tell us a little about you” section of the submission form, please tell us who you are, where you’re from/based, when you were born, and what your creative spark is i.e. musician / band/ designer / artist / photographer etc. You can include any additional relevant information in this section.

Void will be writing an article about you, so we need to know about our featured subject!

Have I answered the interview question?:

In the submission form you will find the interview question, it is important that you take your time and answer the question as if this were an authentic and in person interview.

Length and format:

Aim for a well-balanced interview length. Typically, 250-300 words is ideal. Ensure your text is well-formatted, with clear headings and sections for readability. Void will accept most word document files if you choose to include them in the media section inside a .word .pdf file extension. Mention and link all people mentioned in your interview: Void takes immense pride in mentioning and linking all people that are involved.

Interview Content:

Craft thoughtful and engaging responses that provide insights into your creative journey. Share anecdotes, challenges, and triumphs that will resonate with our audience.

Originality and Uniqueness:

We appreciate original and unique perspectives. Avoid generic responses, and delve into the distinctive aspects of your creative process and experiences.

Media References:

If referencing specific media such as artworks, performances, or projects, provide clear and concise descriptions. Include any relevant links for our readers to explore your work further.

Editorial Collaboration:

While we respect your voice and style, we may engage in light editing for clarity and consistency. We will collaborate with you to maintain the authenticity of your narrative.

Consent and Ownership:

Ensure that all text content is original and owned by you. By submitting, you affirm that you have the right to share this content with Void Magazine. By sharing your content with Void, you agree that Void can share your content on our various platforms: Web, social medias and print.

Thank you for reading our Your Void Magazine Interview Guideline.

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