The Airstory Review wants article pitches

Posted on January 8, 2016


airstory logoThe Airstory Review is accepting pitches for thoughtful, thought-provoking, well-researched, and -supported articles on the following subjects:

  • Non-fiction writing of any length
  • Fiction writing of any length
  • The life of the writer
  • Writing communities
  • Blogging and content marketing
  • Intersections of writing worlds or writing with other worlds
  • Experimental writing
  • Trends in writing, reading, literature and literary scholarship
  • Politics and writing
  • Gender and writing
  • LGBTQ writing

Please read The Airstory Review before pitching your article.

The Airstory Review creators Jim Briggs and Joanna Wiebe will give preference to non-fiction, though they are not opposed to publishing fiction.

Length: 2,000 words minimum

Payment: $400 paid within 4 weeks of publication

Rights: Published articles become the property of Airstory and The Airstory Review*

Submissions: Submit pitches by email to:
Include a link to your pitch on Airstory or Google doc

For more information read Writing for Airstory

* I don’t normally post markets that assume all rights, however this publication asks for specific articles and pays well.

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