We received this notice today, and I thought I'd pass it on:
Bitch magazine is looking for submissions for future issues with themes
of Fun & Games, Ego, and Style & Substance. Query letters and finished
drafts are both welcome. See our writerâ€™s guidelines for more
detailed information about our themes, pitch deadlines, and writersâ€™
Features are 2,000 to 4,000 words of meaty critiques, essays, and
articles on pop culture from a feminist perspective. If youâ€™re
familiar with Bitch, then you know what we want: sharp-eyed
perspectives on pop culture and the media, brimming with your personal
insight and wit.
Weâ€™re also looking for shorter pieces for the front of the magazine.
This front-of-the-book section features columns on film, television,
language, politics, publishing, and more, with pieces taking the form
of reviews, critical essays, activist profiles, and more (1000-1500
Finally, weâ€™re always on the lookout for Love It/Shove It items.
Love/Shoves are short (under 500 words) but sharp-eyed and cogent
analyses of the latest things that either pleased you or enraged you.
Email pitches and queries to email@example.com.