Updated: Nov 30, 2020
We are looking for essays, opinion, reviews, features and slow journalism on the topic of 'regeneration'.
This could include regeneration as part of new climate thinking and societal changes: recovery after coronavirus, changes in how society operates and new political systems. This could mean regeneration in terms of biodiversity and places: deep ecology, rewilding and changing urban spaces as the planet warms. Or maybe it's about new forms of protest: the new energy from the youth strike for climate movement, and the rise in climate activism across borders; or even concepts of renewal and regeneration in culture: in modern nature writing, in environmental films and art.
Please send us your pitch for an essay by Jan 6th, along with details of any previous writing experience. We look for writing from people from all backgrounds, across the world, and in any field.
Please send detailed pitches for articles responding to the theme 'regeneration' to email@example.com by Jan 6th 2021.
This should include a description of what you will write about, and the key message you want to convey with the piece. Please include brief details of previous writing experience.
We are unable to reply to all pitches, so if you do not hear from us by Jan 7th, please assume we have not accepted your piece.
We pay £150/1000 words for successful articles. We look for articles of 500, 1000 or 2000 word lengths.
You do not need to provide images or illustrations.
If accepted, we would need a first draft by the end of Jan, plus your availability in February for editing. The final magazine will be released May 1st 2021.