What should I write about?
We welcome you to write about anything that you believe deserves attention. And that means anything! However, intersectionalist Feminism is at the core of who we are, so remember to be inclusive. A list of ideas will be sent out monthly via the newsletter to give you some inspiration. However, you don’t have to choose one of these topics — we are open for your thoughts and opinions on the subjects that you feel warrant a discussion. If you would like to write about a topic that someone else has already written about, that’s fine too. Aside from the gender component, the only other aspect that we wish to truly emphasise is passion — we urge you to write from a place of true emotion and we want this to be visible through your words.
To join the monthly newsletter packed full of ideas for authors, simply email email@example.com
What should the articles look like?
There is no definitive word limit to the articles but submissions should aim to be between 500-1000 words. It take any narrative form: article, poem, stream of consciousness, diary entry, review, illustration, artwork, video.
How should I submit an article?
Please send your articles to firstname.lastname@example.org in Word Document form, if possible. In the Subject line, please follow this format: ‘Article by FULL NAME, DATE on SUBJECT’. Please name the document of your article with this information as well. Along with your submission, Don’t forget to send us your short author biography, photograph (optional) and 4 – 8 keywords.
Whilst we have an extremely competent and hard-working Editing Team, please proofread your article before you send it to us. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always available and happy to help.
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