Submissions are now being welcomed for the Fall 2016 issue of Haytoug Magazine, the official publication of the Armenian Youth Federation Western United States. The deadline for print consideration is November 12, 2016.
Haytoug Magazine will consider written pieces, photography, film or art, for print and online publication, related to themes centering and saluting the narrative of Armenians who are outside the “traditional” boundaries of Armenian identity.
The magazine is considering issues of race, class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age, faith, body image, and other aspects of identity.
Haytoug is published by AYF and distributed free of charge within the community. The opinions expressed in Haytoug are not solely and necessarily the opinions of the Armenian Youth Federation. Haytoug encourages all Armenian youth to express their thoughts in this publication.
In 1976, the AYF established its official publication, Haytoug, as a medium for Armenian-American youth to voice their opinions about a wide variety of issues. What initially began as a newsletter eventually evolved into a quarterly magazine with over 100 issues to its name. Today, with an international following and a distribution network spanning across the United States, the magazine reaches more people than ever before. With its high quality of content and design, it is widely recognized as the leading platform for young Armenians to make their voices heard.
Please send submissions to email@example.com.