We collected the most frequently asked questions here.

Please have a look before you email us.


Rapt magazine is committed to produce publications that express views which not only engage those who agree with them, but also people who do not fully comprehend them and/or those who oppose the ideas. Although its impossible to be completely unbiased, we wish to encourage free speech and create discussion through content.


At Rapt we are always on the lookout for new and regular contributors, including writers, editors, and artists across all mediums. However the Magazine is currently self funded, therefore we are only looking for editors and contributors who are willing to form a growing art platform with us.

If you would like to be part of this growing community and create content with us please click here and fill in our contributor application form and we will be in touch. Please note that due to the high volume of applications only successful candidates will be contacted.




  • In submitting, you are declaring the work attached as original, and entirely of your own production. You will retain copyright over your work if published.

  • Work should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration elsewhere. Prior publication will make the work ineligible for any consideration.

  • Contributions should be saved as a Word or PDF file.

  • The full name and contact details (email, phone number and social links) of the author should appear on the top of the document.

  • RAPT uses endnotes, not footnotes. Endnotes should be used only where absolutely necessary.

  • RAPT uses British English spelling.

  • New paragraphs are denoted by line spaces between paragraphs.



  • All Instagram submissions should be sent to raptmag@gmail.com with the subject "Instagram Submission". Due to the high number of applications we might not be able to respond to all emails. If your submission has not been dealt within 2 weeks please consider it as unsuccessful.

  • We have monthly themes on our Instagram feed. Each month has a moodboard available to view on our Pinterest.

  • In submitting, you are declaring the work attached as original, and entirely of your own production. You will retain copyright over your work if published.

  • Our Instagram features could have been published elsewhere so please feel free to share your work with us.

  • Bigger attachments (animation, video or anything over 5MB) should be shared through WeTransfer or Dropbox.

  • Image size should be 1500x1500px @ 96dpi.

  • Submissions should include a brief (2-3 sentence) description about the project / artwork.

  • Please include full name and social links in your submission.

  • Deadline for submitting your work is the 10th of each month prior to the theme you are submitting your work. (For example if you would like to publish your work in November the deadline to submit your work is the 10th of October.)


Currently we are not taking submission but please come back in a few months and hopefully we will be able to provide you more information on how to submit your work for our website.


If you would like to be part of Rapt and shape the future of this platform with us please send us an email with your motivation letter and CV attached. Previous experience in a similar environment is an advantage but not a requirement. 


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