The Artifice (magazine)

The Artifice is an independent long-form online magazine that focuses on visual arts and other "unique topics."[6][5] The website is collaboratively built and maintained by writers, with all articles peer-reviewed by other writers,[7] with discussions about various types of visual media.[8][9] While the platform is open to any writer,[10] people within academia are often contributors to the magazine,[11][12][13] which uses a WordPress platform.[14]

The Artifice
The Artifice magazine logo.png
CategoriesVisual arts[1]
FrequencyDaily
PublisherThe Artifice
FounderMisagh Alami[2]
Year foundedOctober 17, 2009[3][4]
First issue2009
CompanyThe Artifice
Based inSweden[5]
LanguageAmerican English
Websitethe-artifice.com

The site offers in-depth articles in the field of film, literature, anime, manga, comics, games, television, arts, animation, and the craft of writing.[15] The content is not in the style of academic essays, nor personal blogs, it is somewhere in between these two.[16]

The Artifice is often read and praised by celebrities[17][18][19] like Neil Gaiman,[20] who notes the content as "remarkable."[20]

Currently, the Pennsylvania State University,[21] University of Texas at Austin,[22] University of Chicago,[23] University of British Columbia,[24][25] University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign,[26] University of Florida,[27] Ohio State University,[28] University of California, Irvine,[29] Purdue University,[30] Michigan State University,[31][32] University of Arizona,[33] University of Toronto,[34] University of Waterloo,[35][36] Australian National University,[37][38] University of Sydney,[39] and many others promote The Artifice as a writing opportunity for students, staff, and faculty.

History and profileEdit

The Artifice was founded in October 2009[3] by Misagh Alami.[2] It grew from 1 million fans on Facebook in December 2009[40] to 2.5 million fans in February 2010.[41] By 2012, the site had 4.5 million followers on Facebook.[6] In 2014 and 2015, they connected with University of Florida and George Mason University regarding contributors to the magazine.[42][43] Around the same time, the Reed College Linguistics Department,[44] and Rowan University[45] shared promotional messages while the departments of James Madison University[46] and Savannah College of Art and Design[47] encouraged students to write for the publication. [48] Marymount Manhattan College highlighted a student published in the magazine,[49] while Villanova's English Department,[50] University of New England,[51] and University of Massachusetts Amherst Art Department,[52] encouraged their students to write for it.

The magazine also has spin-off sites for films, games, and anime, titled "Abridged Series,"[53] "Screenfice,"[54] "Gamefice,"[55] "Animefice".[56]

In December 2020, The Artifice launched the sister-site vTubie, the biggest platform for Virtual YouTubers.[57] VTubers are livestreamers who are typically animated on the screen.

Writing processEdit

The model of the writing process is divided into three major processes: Planning, Writing, and Reviewing. The Artifice is designed to encourage collaboration between writers on each phase.[7] To help writers find a good topic to explore, the platform offers Topics. With this feature, writers can explore user submitted topics and also make their own topic suggestions.[58] Once an article has been submitted for review, it will be available for processing by upper-tier writers who can provide helpful feedback to improve the content.[59]

The peer-reviewed editorial system is in place to make sure published articles contain high-quality content, formatting unity, and professional credibility.[7]

Once a writer gets published, they gain the ability to process submissions, work in collaboration with prospective writers, and thus decide what type of material meets their own standards.[60]

ReadershipEdit

The magazine's audience has grown rapidly since its inception. As of September 2020, it is estimated to be read by an audience of millions,[61] with a significant social media impact, having more than 3,500,000 followers on Facebook alone.[62]

The majority of their audience are from English-speaking countries, with the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada at the very top.[63]

The Artifice is often read and praised[17] by celebrities like fantasy writer Neil Gaiman,[20] who notes the content as "remarkable,"[20] and musician Clint Mansell,[64] whose work is frequently covered in the magazine.[65][66] Many celebrities, like Thomas Maier, the author of Masters of Sex, posts comments on articles and engages directly with the readers.[18]

A variety of academic institutions recommend The Artifice to their students, faculty, and staff, including:

US

Canada

Australia

England

ContentEdit

The magazine's content features a variety of topics within the arts spectrum. This includes deep dives into artists and franchises like J.R.R. Tolkien, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Disney, and H.P. Lovecraft, with everything from the humanitarian topics gender roles, identity, feminism, racism, LGBT+, to concepts like fandom, morality, fairy tales, adaptation, superheroes, otaku, and science fiction.[202]

Sister-sitesEdit

The Artifice has a network of spin-off sites, currently including:

Abridged Series, a comprehensive database and community for abridged series,[53] a subgenre of video parodies that involves narrating a condensed version of popular media, often filled with comedic redubbing.

Animefice, a reddit style platform focusing on anime and manga where the stream of content is curated by the community.[56]

Gamefice and Screenfice work the same as Animefice, but with a focus on gaming culture, film, and television.[54][55]

vTubie, currently the biggest platform for Virtual YouTubers (VTubers). They are livestreamers who are typically animated on the screen. [57]

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