Applications for II: Depression are now open!

Hello there!


So after many weeks of work and thinking things over, we’ve laid down the ground work for Invisible Illness: Depression.

We’ve created a Google Document with all the information you need to participate as an artist or writer for Invisible Illness: Depression. Please click here to read all the terms and conditions involved.

To quickly summarise:

  • There is no particular style, quality or experience required to be chosen. Anyone can apply!

  • We accept “anything printable” - art and writing!

  • We’ll be accepting submissions from today (May 5th 2019) until June 24th 2019. Under certain conditions, submitting old work (not specifically created for this anthology) is acceptable.

  • Payment will be in form of a free copy of the book, with reprinting rights, plus anything we possibly receive by over-funding via Kickstarter.

Please read through the Google Document carefully before sending in your submissions, or emailing us for further questions. You’re also more than welcome to join our Discord server, open to the public for the first time.



Looking forward to seeing your work,
Memo and Sofie

New year, new anthology!

Happy 2019!

It’s a new year, and time to start planning a second anthology in the Invisible Illness series. Since the first book on anxiety was a success thanks to our backers, we’ve thought long and hard on how to approach the second anthology.

We’ve decided it’s up to you.

Yes, you! Our potential backer and supporter, who better to decide what should we tackle next in the vast and misunderstood world of invisible illnesses? Would you like to have an anthology on depression? OCD? Eating disorders?
For February, we’ll be taking in opinions and commentary from everyone on what you would like to see the next anthology tackle, and in March we’ll run a poll to see which is most popular to decide to theme for the next volume!

And as always, you can always ask us anything if you have any questions or concerns.

Artist & writer sign up will begin later in the spring once we’ve settled on a topic.

We’re eagerly waiting for your thoughts,
Memo & Sofie