Essays From Magazines

The magazine editor's description for each sponsored literary magazine gives you an overview of editorial styles—what writers they have published and what they are looking for (with contact information, subscription rates, submission guidelines, and more).

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #s has featured Terrance Hayes, Ned Vizzini, Edith Pearlman, D. Powell, No Violet Bulawayo, Lydia Millet, and beyond.

A good pitch should tell us what you want to write about, why you want to write that essay, and why you are the best person to write that essay. What happens when our communities fail us or when we fail our communities? We are looking for smart, engaging essays about the nature of community.

We are very much looking for something more substantive than, "I want to write this essay because I have a story that deserves to be told." Something like that isn't telling us anything.

The ranking covers the last five years (2011 – 2015), and a certain number of points are awarded for an essay appearing in the anthology, and a lesser amount is awarded for the Special Mention in the back of the journal.

The Special Mentions are only tallied up for the last two years, though (2014 – 2015) because they run 10 – 15 pages and contain multitudes.We will be publishing work weekly, covering a wide variety of topics.We will also assemble ambitious, compelling quarterly themed issues.We do *not* want even the best hot take you can imagine, and we will not publish news. We are interested in provocative work but we are not interested in senseless provocation.We pay

The Special Mentions are only tallied up for the last two years, though (2014 – 2015) because they run 10 – 15 pages and contain multitudes.

We will be publishing work weekly, covering a wide variety of topics.

We will also assemble ambitious, compelling quarterly themed issues.

We do *not* want even the best hot take you can imagine, and we will not publish news. We are interested in provocative work but we are not interested in senseless provocation.

We pay $1 a word for work up to 3,500 words in length.

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The Special Mentions are only tallied up for the last two years, though (2014 – 2015) because they run 10 – 15 pages and contain multitudes.We will be publishing work weekly, covering a wide variety of topics.We will also assemble ambitious, compelling quarterly themed issues.We do *not* want even the best hot take you can imagine, and we will not publish news. We are interested in provocative work but we are not interested in senseless provocation.We pay $1 a word for work up to 3,500 words in length.** PLEASE ONLY SUBMIT ONE ESSAY, STORY OR PITCH AT A TIME. We accept submissions and pitches via We respond to all submissions, generally within six weeks. What does it mean to live in a world where power is distributed so unequally and where power and wealth are often inextricably linked? There are few guidelines for the kind of essays we are looking for. What happens when community fractures or falls apart? How has popular culture dealt with the idea of community in ways either good or bad? We are also accepting submissions for our next two themed issues. We are looking for thoughtful essays that grapple with power in al its permutations. We want nuanced, thoughtful work where the essayist looks both inward and outward. What happens when our communities fail us or when we fail our communities? We are looking for smart, engaging essays about the nature of community. We are now accepting submissions, on a rolling basis, and look forward to hearing from new and established writers who possess original voices.Gay will offer some of the most interesting and thoughtful cultural criticism to be found on the Web.We are interested in deep explorations, timelessness, and challenging conventional thinking without being cheap and lazy.What we love and want: cultural criticism; thoughtful, clever and beautiful personal essays; short fiction; original artwork and photography.

a word for work up to 3,500 words in length.** PLEASE ONLY SUBMIT ONE ESSAY, STORY OR PITCH AT A TIME. We accept submissions and pitches via We respond to all submissions, generally within six weeks. What does it mean to live in a world where power is distributed so unequally and where power and wealth are often inextricably linked? There are few guidelines for the kind of essays we are looking for. What happens when community fractures or falls apart? How has popular culture dealt with the idea of community in ways either good or bad? We are also accepting submissions for our next two themed issues. We are looking for thoughtful essays that grapple with power in al its permutations. We want nuanced, thoughtful work where the essayist looks both inward and outward. What happens when our communities fail us or when we fail our communities? We are looking for smart, engaging essays about the nature of community. We are now accepting submissions, on a rolling basis, and look forward to hearing from new and established writers who possess original voices.Gay will offer some of the most interesting and thoughtful cultural criticism to be found on the Web.We are interested in deep explorations, timelessness, and challenging conventional thinking without being cheap and lazy.What we love and want: cultural criticism; thoughtful, clever and beautiful personal essays; short fiction; original artwork and photography.

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