Our Open Call for Submissions for Wayfinder #20 (Starfinder's Diaspora) is about to close on October 31, 2019, so first and foremost, if you want to get in on that as a writer, GET CRACKIN'. https://paizo.com/threads/rzs42la7?Community-Project-Wayfinder-20-Call-for#1
While we work up to the close of the call and the selection process following, I wanted to put out a call for artists for our Art Roster.  I see a lot of followers and fans have been very busy posting some truly wonderful pieces on our Fan Art page.  If any of you are interested in being part of a Starfinder issue, there is still an opportunity to join in!  IF you respond this in the next few weeks.
You can contact us at: Wayfinder.fanzine(at)gmail.com
Be sure to include a link to your DA gallery, so I can put the name to the art!
Also, thanks to all of you for sharing such great art pieces.  I really enjoy seeing everyone's work!
Tim Wayfinder Editor-in-Chief/Art Director
Our selections have been made, and the art assignments are starting this week.  I see a lot of followers and fans have been very busy posting some truly wonderful pieces on our Fan Art page.  If any of you are interested in being part of a Starfinder issue, there is still an opportunity to join in!  IF you respond this week.

You can contact us at:
Wayfinder.fanzine(at)gmail.com

Be sure to include a link to your DA gallery, so I can put the name to the art!

Also, thanks to all of you for sharing such great art pieces.  I really enjoy seeing everyone's work!

Tim
Wayfinder Editor-in-Chief/Art Director
As we announced last year, Wayfinder is now going to be an annual issue, released for PaizoCon each year. Therefore, Wayfinder #19 is slated for a May 2019 release.

With the revelation that Pathfinder v.2 was slated to begin a playtest in August 2018, with a final product in August 2019, we felt that producing a Pathfinder v.1 issue in May 2019 would not get a lot of interest. Luckily, readers have been requesting a Starfinder issue a since the Core Rulebook came out. Now, it’s important that a theme has enough created content from Paizo for fans to create new content, so we thought it best to give it some time….and we think it’s time now!

We will be looking for artists keen on illustrating science fiction for this issue. Likely will want to make assignments in December 2018 or so...

Check out the Call for Submissions here: paizo.com/threads/rzs2v4i5?Com…

Thanks,

Timitius
With the current Call for Submissions for the next issue, #18 closing on October 31st, it is once again time to call on our artist roster for those artists ready and willing to illustrate those chosen articles.  The theme for this issue is the Fey and the First World.  If the fey are "your thing", then this is an issue you'll enjoy contributing to!

At this time, we're reviewing our current list of artists we've assembled on the roster, but we're always looking for new artists to add.  The key is to find artists who can commit to submitting one or more pieces based on either a description of the piece needed or the actual content of the article for which the illustration will be used.

The current schedule is looking like we'll start making assignments by mid-November with pieces due by mid-January 2018.  We HAVE to have the issue print-ready by the end of April, so that we can get the file to the printer in time to print our copies for PaizoCon in late May.

Note that this is a fan-run project, operated under the Paizo Community Use Policy. All content, written or illustrated, is donated to making the fanzine an actual "thing". (In short, we all do this for free.....).

Contact me at wayfinder(dot)fanzine(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested, but do so before November 15th!

Tim "Timitius" Nightengale
Wayfinder Editor-in-Chief/Art Director
With the release of Wayfinder #16 mere days away, and the recent Call for Submissions for the next issue, #17 recently closed, it is once again time to call on our artist roster for those artists ready and willing to illustrate those chosen articles.

At this time, we're reviewing our current list of artists we've assembled on the roster, but we're always looking for new artists to add.  The key is to find artists who can commit to submitting one or more pieces based on either a description of the piece needed or the actual content of the article for which the illustration will be used.

The current schedule is looking like making assignments by late January, with pieces due by mid-March.  We HAVE to have the issue print-ready by the end of April, so that we can get the file to the printer in time to print our copies for PaizoCon, which starts May 26.

Note that this is a fan-run project, operated under the Paizo Community Use Policy. All content, written or illustrated, is donated to making the fanzine an actual "thing". (In short, we all do this for free.....).

Contact me at wayfinder(dot)fanzine(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested.

Tim "Timitius" Nightengale
Wayfinder Editor-in-Chief/Art Director

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