Contribute to Think Words

Want to know if you’re work is a good fit? DON’T READ US (or listen or watch)! 

(or at least, you don’t need to).

1: To writers, especially those special pulp fiction breed that can crank out the new and absurd as fast as they can read it, time is valuable.

And 2: – we want you to write like you, not us! 

(“The first man to compare the cheeks of a young woman to a rose was obviously a poet; the first to repeat it was possibly an idiot.” – Salvador Dalí.) 

The best way to do you is to – do it! Don’t spend too much time getting bogged down in everything else: all the ifs, ands, buts, the people saying ‘this is the best way to write’ – rules, rules, rules (tsk, tsk, tsk).

Think Worlds is about new worlds, new thoughts, the mood and mystery – the different, the out! Not Jane Austin politeness and astuteness. 

Think Worlds celebrates the human ability to think up new worlds. We do anything speculative: anything that is not set in or of our normal world. It’s as simple, and as broad as that: Where in a non-speculative world, a man stuck on the top of a burning building could only get off by jumping down, by climbing down a ladder, or by being saved by a helicopter or fireman, in a Think Worlds story he could sprout wings, get beamed into a flying saucer, make a deal with the devil for his becoming fireproof, or turn into an insect.

Rather than send you to read what we’ve already published – which we don’t want to publish again anyway – why not take some things here that inspire us, and let them inspire you?

Here is The Collection: Images, thoughts, facts, clips, all illustrating the indefinable goal and mood of Think Worlds. To push us OUT! OUT OUT OUT! Find a picture, write a world about it (music or painting or story or what not). Send it in!

The Collection


Don’t ever give us what we are – give us what we want to be! We hope you have fun.

We take music, artwork, anything. Make submissions to addressed to our editor in chief Oluchi Nwoke.

Sincerely, cole

    founder, writer, artist and doer of odd jobs