As a non-profit magazine with a strict ethical advertising policy, pay-what-you-can subscription rate and open access website, we are however extremely tight on funds. We prioritise payment for articles to emerging and freelance writers, in particular people on lower incomes and from backgrounds under-represented in the media. We encourage writers with stable and/or higher incomes to waive their fee so it can go back into our Writers’ Fund. At present we can offer a £50 flat fee for online, and between £50 – 90 for print. This piece will seek to explore how, too often, despite holding up half the sky, women are left out of important discussions even when those decisions will affect them primarily.
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Please consider how you might source these images, and specify this when pitching. Below are guidelines for pitching online stories to us; articles for print are commissioned separately. Part of the reason we created this contest is to encourage young people to stretch their cultural imaginations. We hope they’ll choose a work that is new and interesting for them, whether that’s a book, a movie, a television show, an album, a game, a restaurant, a building, or a live performance. We hope they’ll take close notes on their experiences, and tell us about it engagingly, making their case with voice and style.
We are keenly interested in good material, no matter the source. Hard copy articles should be typed, double space with contact info on every numbered page, photos as prints or slides must be labeled as the article copy pages. Every website developed its guidelines, and this portal has also set some guidelines that every writer needs to know before they start writing. Writers trying to get a chance to write for us must write articles in easy words. In case of any problem, writers must be capable of solving those errors independently. This section includes product descriptions, pros, cons, and other information to help readers understand the product better before they purchase from an online or offline shop.
Include a clear attribution to African Arguments with a link to the original (“This article was originally published on African Arguments ”). The majority of our readers are based in Africa, but we also have hundreds of thousands of readers in the Americas and Europe. Our audience is pan-African, diverse and intelligent but non-specialist.
Your background — what makes you the right person to cover this? You can include links to previously published work, if helpful, though prior bylines are not a requirement for us to consider your work for publication. In fact, we enjoy working with new and emerging writers. Because we explore the meaning we find in artistic and everyday objects, we’re open to writing that incorporates spiritual elements. We welcome writers from all backgrounds to share their work with us.
Material in possession of The A. I. Root Co. will be replaced at full publication value, save loss by Acts of God. Articles placed on our web page are copyright free for viewers. Beginning in 2010, every issue of Bee Culture is also sold in digital format.
Cover photo submissions must be of exceptional quality. Look at a cover and note vertical layout and title and accompanying position. Note too that the top third, or the left third of the photo will be displayed on the newsstand. Again, our editorial team is committed to publishing the best possible content, and this means that occasionally we’ll need to make alterations to bring it in line with our existing style and standards. Sometimes it might even take a few goes, but rest assured all feedback is designed to be constructive.
Once you have triple checked it meets our guidelines and are ready to proceed, please submit a link to either a Google Document or an attached Word file. The guidelines are here to assist you to understand the ethos of Hollywood Insider – which means that everything related to our brand has to use the mission statement as a compass. Electronic photos should be .jpg format, 300 dpi, with only a single photo per email, and the photo should not exceed 5 MB and be attached and not embedded in the email, and sent to Each page of the manuscript must be numbered and must include the author’s name and contact information at the top. WhatCulture’s a broad church, and we’re always open to new ideas. Presently our core audience is focused on Film, TV, Wrestling, Gaming and Comics, but if you’ve got your own ideas we’re always willing to hear them.