Thank you for considering sending us a video with feedback of how we're doing and what you would like to see and/or completing a brief survey!

 

You can access the survey by clicking here

 

You can upload your video by clicking here or you can send it to our Instagram DM. See suggested prompts for the video below. 

Instructions for Video Responses (see instructions for sending videos further down)

First, please state your first name and your role with Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing (contributor poet, CNF writer, photographer, subscriber, member, etc.).

Then answer one of the following questions:

  1. Why do you support Snapdragon Journal? ("I support Snapdragon Journal because...")

  2. What's a word that comes to mind when you think of Snapdragon Journal? (You can just say the word of few words without creating it as a sentence)

  3. What emotion comes up, if any, when you hear our name or see our logo?

  4. How did you first come across the journal? What made you "sign up"?

  5. How might we use digital space better?

  6. What would add value to what we offer?

  7. Is there another journal that comes to mind as being similar to Snapdragon Journal? What are they doing well that you wish we would do? (One journal that I think of when I think of Snapdragon Journal is...")

  8. What do you wish for Snapdragon Journal? ("If I had one wish for Snapdragon Journal, it would be...")

And, if there's something else you would like to share, please feel free to add another video! 

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Fast Facts

  • Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing is in its 7th year 

  • We publish poetry, creative non-fiction & photography from those around the globe every quarter (see a list here)

  • We have a blog that comes out quarterly

  • All of our editors/team are volunteers

  • Last year, we began offering donation-based art & healing popups

  • Snapdragon Journal is a publication of The Word Project

Please Note

By submitting your video, you are giving us permission to share it with others, and to use your quotes in support of Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing, and where appropriate, its parent company, The Word Project, without pay or favors in return, but with much gratitude!