We crave nonfiction that challenges what we know about
language, syntax, and voice. Teach us new truths and old truths newly told. We
want writing that maps a geography of empathy and bad behavior. Work that can
demolish walls. Give us your alchemies and innovations, the formed and
formless. We love chimeras here, appreciate hybridity and fracture. We value
what laughs and blurs, weeps and bubbles over. Reach a hand from the page
toward our fingers or throats. We dare you.
We especially strive to magnify voices that are
traditionally and systemically silenced. Writers of color, queer and trans
writers, disabled writers, immigrant writers, fat writers and femmes: you are
welcome and wanted here.
We ask that nonfiction works are no longer than 7,000 words. Please query for longer works. We do not usually accept academic articles.