Write for the Online Magazine Everyday Feminism works with a team of Contributing Writers in order to provide the diversity of perspectives and cover the breadth of intersectional and inclusive topics in our online magazine. When reviewing applications for potential Contributing Writers , we look for 1) expertise in certain issues and 2) writing ability that matches our unique style. Issue Expertise Given the current composition of the team, we are only accepting applications from writers who have a strong intersectional feminist anti-oppression analysis on race, class, queer, trans*, work, parenting, and organizing-related issues at this time. Writing Style Our articles are aimed at helping people develop a better understanding of how systemic issues of gender, sexual orientation, race, class, and other social identities affect them personally and how to address them in their everyday life and communities through a feminist anti-oppression framework. To achieve this, our articles are written in a down-to-earth, emotionally reflective, and positive style and normally are 1,500-1,700 words long. They provide practical steps people can take to address an issue, issue analysis that identify the underlying systemic forces and social norms of an issue, and/or personal stories of people working through issues. We do not publish general commentary, media critiques, or book reviews that do not have a personal impact angle since other feminist sites already do so. The Process Since Everyday Feminism has a unique approach to our online magazine, we want to make sure it's a good match for both Everyday Feminism and the applicant. The recruitment process is: 1. Complete the application below along with a finished article to be considered as a guest post. 2. If the Editor believes the article submitted is a good match, you will be contacted with any editorial feedback and the schedule for publishing. 3. If the Editor believes this could be a good match based on the editorial process and your guest post, you will be interviewed by the Editor to further explore this opportunity. 4. Both the Editor and applicant will decide if becoming a Contributing Writer is a great match and meets the needs of the team. If you end up joining the team as a Contributing Writer, you enjoy these benefits: - Payment per article. - Free access to all online courses offered by Everyday Feminism. - Opportunity to join our Speakers Bureau and schedule speaking engagements via Everyday Feminism. - Becoming a part of the team for one of the biggest and fastest growing online feminist platforms that gets over 2.5 visitors per month. Next Steps If you would like to become a regular Contributing Writer for Everyday Feminism, please complete the application below, which includes either an article for consideration or a pitch that needs editorial approval. If you do not want to write for us regularly but would like us to consider a guest post for publishing, please note that below and either provide the URL or upload the file. Thank you again for your interest in writing for Everyday Feminism! Name*FirstLastEmail*Enter EmailConfirm EmailPhoneDo you want to become a regular Contributor Writer or have a single article be considered for publishing?*Become a regular contributorHave you consider a single piece for publishingBothWhy would you like to write for Everyday Feminism?*Please share what about Everyday Feminism, compared to other feminist and progressive publications, attracts you to it. Please upload the file with the article you wish to be considered for being published as a guest post.What topics are you interested in writing on and why?What relevant professional, academic, and/or personal experience and expertise do you have on the topics you're interested in writing on?Please list at least 3 pieces you have written and their URL's as writing samples.Ideally these would be published pieces that reflect your thinking around feminism and social justice and your writing style that's similar to Everyday Feminism's.Please attach your writing samples if you only have them as a Word file.How did you hear about Everyday Feminism?*Choose one from belowFacebookTwitterPinterestFriendOnline SearchAnother WebsiteOtherComments or questions?