What Does Your Soul Love by Gem and Alan Fadling, Free for CAPC Members
Gem and Alan Fadling ask foundational questions of ourselves and the world around us and then remind us that the best answer is found in Jesus.
Next issue of Christ and Pop Culture Magazine will be on the theme of Shopping, and we’re looking for two feature articles on this theme. We pay $50 for the two featured articles we publish each issue. If you think you have a good idea for an article, send a one-paragraph pitch to email@example.com. Here are the details. Please read them before submitting:
Theme: Try imagining our culture without the experience of shopping. Even though we may think of it as merely a thing we do in order to get culture, shopping is actually fairly central to our experience of the world. In this issue, we’ll feature articles that thoughtfully consider an aspect of shopping.
There are many, many ways you can go with this topic, but as always, you will need to address both the cultural aspects and the faith aspects of the topic.
Pitch Deadline: We will make the decision by Saturday the 12th at midnight, if not sooner. We typically decide on the pitches as they come in, so if you wait until Friday night, it’s likely that we will have already chosen a pitch.
Do not send a full article unless your pitch is accepted; we won’t have the time to read unsolicited pieces.
Keep your pitch to one paragraph, but include a thesis and some ideas about how you will develop your thesis throughout the piece.
Remember that these are magazine features, so the finished piece should be something more than just a long blog post. These are insightful, detailed, original, well-crafted pieces.
Include a bio of about two sentences to help me understand why you would be qualified to write on this topic.
Include links to two or three articles that you have published, even if it is your own blog (but preferably at other publications).
Keep our audience in mind. We recommend reading a few of the features we’ve published in the past to get a sense of the kinds of articles we run.
Pieces should be between 1.5k-3k words when finished.
If we choose your article, we will need a full draft of the article by Tuesday, July 15th.
If we choose your article, you will need to be available for revisions during the week of the 15th.
Again, please send this pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that we are unable to respond to all pitches.
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