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Issue #34
The Virus Issue

Call for submissions!

Page count limited. Best work only gets published (submission of work is no guarantee to be included). Graphic design, photography, typography, illustration, text, essay all welcome. Text: up to 700 words (longer text will be subject to peer review).

Theme: VIRUS or PANDEMIC - not necessarily Covid 19 or corona-virus related. Think out the box, think lockdown, think ‘how did the virus affect me’ - think other types of virus’ (SARS, birdflu. Measles etc.).

Size: A4 portrait (single or double page) - 5mm bleed all round if required. Colour: magenta (CMYK 100m) only (no 2col, 4col etc.) Photoshop files can be submitted as greyscale (to be printed as magenta). File type: PDF, Tiff, Jpg, Word (text only), 100% A4 size 300dpi. No illustrator files please. Ensure fonts are converted to paths. Deadline: End of September 2020.

Important: anyone wishing to submit must respond/confirm participation by email. A Virus Issue email list will be generated for all follow-up/reminder correspondence. If you don’t respond you will not be ‘in the loop’ for further info. Queries, Tech and Submissions to: garth@misterwalker.net.

Copyright: the author retains all rights to the work submitted. iJusi retains the right to publish and promote submitted work on all media platforms. iJusi is a strictly non commercial publication (not for profit). iJusi has a world-wide following and is held in collections by major art and culture museums.

Durban is an ecclectic, eccentric, and incredibly creative city, yet it remains largely under the radar. An online search on Durban as a destination shows endless websites claiming Durban to be ‘The Warmest Place to Be’, or ‘Durban: Enchanted Pleasure-Palace, Africa’s bewitching seaside playground in the sun’... Those who actually live in Durban know this to be complete crap. Durban’s secret is it has no idea what it is - or wants to be. Therein lies its charm. Issue #33 of iJusi is a selection of Durban Stuff collected by Garth Walker over the years (plus some fellow Durban Lovers’ stuff) which showcases the real Durban.

For a taste, click here.

Issue #33

The Durban Issue

Focusing on iJusi's hometown, featuring the new, the old, and the future of the city of Durban. All things quirky, weird, unknown, unusual and downright bizarre about Durban have been included in this issue.

Contributors include: Suzy Bell, Louise Duys, Arthur Gammage, Roger Jardine, Steve Kotze, Wilhelm Krüger, Travis Lyle, Ross Makepeace, Jo Rushby, Louis Trichard, Marius van Rooy, Brode Vosloo and Ian Wolstenholme.