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MAP is a non-profit organization dedicated to the discussion and support of artist-led publishing and production. MAP magazine publishes artist writing, moving image, reviews, critical essays, and interviews, curating an expanded site for re-examining and developing practices of actively looking, reading, writing and distribution.Submitting content: Ideas or proposals can be sent through us to get in touch with one of the MAP editors listed. All inquiries are answered within two weeks. MAP magazine is committed to offering a fair fee for all work commissioned and published.MAP has a strict privacy policy—no data of any kind is shared or transferred by MAP to any other party. The mailing list contains email addresses only and is used solely to send out MAP news.
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