Lost&Found is free online publication featuring art and culture. We do not compete, do not work for the glory and fame. We exist partially in the “underground” and we will stay that way, this is not tantamount to illegality. We are not Zine. We operate on the basis of license agreements and we respect the copyrights of people publishing their work with us. We are also registered as official magazine and we have our own ISSN 2391-4742. We want to share, what we encounter on our paths. The main principle of our actions is to keep away from commercial / financial subjects. Art should be accessible to anyone who wants to deal with it, not only for those who can pay for it. It doesn’t mean that artists shouldn’t be paid and respected. We are only trying to view the world from the perspective of hungry for art observer, who loves the art of people who want to use L&F as free promotion for their cause.

Our catchword is “Live & Find” — and we strongly advise that way of thinking. It is essential for all of us to live our life’s the way we don’t hurt others and to find inspirations for each day. We need to come together in some subjects to avoid situations in which the economics decide who is worth, and how much… We don’t want artists to suffer and be marginalised, but we also don’t want other people to have no possibility to enjoy art. We have to fight for the cause and by the same time promote legal art. We need to share our beliefs, our work.

The magazine from year 2017 appears not four but three times. In year 2019 we decided that we will be meeting with you twice a year.

The subjects for each issue can be found below or in the CALL FOR PAPERS folder. Be sure to keep track of our actions announced on facebook.

Upcoming announced issues will be published on:

04/29/2019 — #25 — ANIMATION / RE-ANIMATION 

11/29/2019 — #26 — ANIMAL

04/29/2020 — #27 — PROPHECY

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Our expectations for the submitted works:

PROSE:

    • texts no longer than 10 pages (if you use times, 12; interline 1,5; files .doc or .docx) in line with the subject of the upcoming issue should be sent to the editor of prose section, or to the editorial address, the farthest at the end of the months: March, July, November.
    • texts will be corrected and translated to Polish. To make it happen You need to sign the license agreement, which we send by the time we decide to cooperate, but after approval of  proofreading.
  • if you quote someone, please provide the exact source (if the original quote is in other language, please include it in the text as well).

POETRY:

    • selection of poems (not more than 10) in line with the subject/subjects of the upcoming issue/issues should be sent to the editor of poetry section till the end of the months: January, May, September. From this package there will be chosen texts for publication.
  • poems will be corrected and translated to Polish. To make it happen You need to sign the license agreement, which we send by the time we decide to cooperate and approve Your publication.

VISUAL WORKS:

    • selection of artworks (3-20) in line with the subject of the upcoming issue should be sent to the editorial address till the 15th of the months: March, July, November. Sometimes deadlines for submitting works on a large number of interested in publication can be shortened.
    • works should include titles and credits, or any information that the author would like to add
    • the maximum size of the work is 1000px on the longer side, works shouldn’t be more than 1.2 MB, preference is given to works with the extension jpg, jpeg.
  • the license agreement should be signed, we send the agreements at the beginning of the cooperation, after approval of the publication.

APPLICATIONS for interviews and presentations:

    • those who are willing to introduce themselves and their activities, etc. are asked to submit applications to the address of the editor. The application should contain information about individual and their actions, so we could present the character in a comprehensive manner to our readers by preparing the questions.
    • illustrations for interviews and articles are subject to similar determinants as visual works (see above).
  • interview or article will be corrected and translated to polish, after correction we send the authorization agreement, without signing it we cannot publish the text, in the authorization there is a clause regarding the use of submitted images (if the interviewee doesn’t own the copyrights, but has the right to the image on pictures, or mention the source of images).

ESSAYS on the subject:

    • texts no longer than 10 pages (if you use times, 12; interline 1,5; files .doc or .docx) in line with the subject of the upcoming issue should be sent to the editor of prose section, or to the editorial address, the farthest at the end of the months: January, May, September.
  • texts will be corrected and translated to Polish. To make it happen You need to sign the license agreement, which we send by the time we decide to cooperate, but after approval of  proofreading.
  • quotes require bibliographic sources (we prefer the harvard style according to the description given below); quotes from works in other languages must also be submitted in the original.

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FOOTNOTES: (Surname YEAR: page number), for example: (Lange 2016: 30).

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

BOOK: Surname N. (YEAR), TITLE. CITY: PUBLISHING. For example: Lange Ł. (2016), Antropolog jako audytor wewnętrzny. Lodz: WUŁ.

MAGAZINE: Surname N. (YEAR),TITLE OF THE ARTICLE. “Journal Name” No XX, SCOPE OF THE PAGES.

ARTICLE IN THE BOOK: Surname N. (YEAR), TITLE OF THE ARTICLE. [In:] TITLE OF THE BOOK, (ed.) Surname N., CITY: PUBLISHER, SCOPE OF PAGES.

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