We want to hear from you. If you’d like to write an article for the site you can email Jeffrey Peel, Editor, on email@example.com – just submit a synopsis of around 100 words of what you’d like to say in the article. We’re especially interested in topical pieces – reactions to the latest news stories, insights and analysis. Please consider pitching on topics we cover such as politics, health, science, education, business and technology.
By the way, before pitching, be aware of our editorial position. Here are the things we like and the things we don’t (from an editorial point of view).
- Individualism and free thought
- Liberal democratic values
- Small government
- Entrepreneurial business
- Free markets
We Don’t Like:
- Big, authoritarian governments
- Socialism and corporatism
- Great “resets”
- Pseudoscience parading as science
Put “Pitch Idea” in your subject line. Should we like your idea expect to write around 800 words. We don’t pay for articles but if we build a relationship with you we may commission you to become a regular columnist (where we’ll pay for each article).
If you have written a short story or long-form non-fiction piece and would like us to consider it for publication then please send it to us in full. Fiction short stories should be around 1,500 – 2,000 words.
Just paste the words into the body of the email and put “Short Story Pitch” into the subject line. We pay a small fee for published short stories or longer long-form articles. We don’t pay much but at least it’s a start for people starting out on the journey towards being published writers.