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We encourage you not to interpret the themes too literally, and in fact to go ahead and interpret them as loosely as you wish.Furthermore, if you have an idea you think is right for us but that fits no theme, go ahead and pitch it anyway.First-person essays are great, but please read our print magazine and website to get a sense of how our contributors strike a happy balance between the personal “I” and the larger subject matter at hand. Quick Links: Print Magazine Guidelines Themes for Future Issues Online Writer Guidelines Illustrator Guidelines PR Guidelines If you’d like to pitch to the print magazine, please think about what section of the magazine would be the best fit for your idea.Features are between 1,500 and 3,000 words of meaty critiques, essays, and articles on culture from a feminist perspective.Past columns brought attention to white supremacy in the Harry Potter series, Cuba’s feminist future, and immigration reform protests in Texas.Front of Book is a section with fun, short pieces that still carry the heft of feminist critique in an accessible format.This section has recurring slots such as Dispatches and Feminist Fill-In.Culture is where Bitch brands its cultural authority through essays about books, music, and screen; profiles of individuals and those who are creating and defining cultural moments; and interviews with those working in publishing, Hollywood, podcasting, and other areas who are helping us imagine new possibilities for representation and inclusion.
Interviews with feminist culture-makers are welcome, as are book, film, and music reviews and nuanced analyses of particularly horrifying and/or inspiring examples of pop culture. If you have not written for us previously and are pitching a Feature or Dispatch piece, please send either a full draft or a 300-word write up outlining your article.For other media organizations, it’s been a hot potato.