CALL FOR PITCHES
Reviews & Interviews
We’re thrilled to start accepting pitches for exhibition reviews and artist interviews on the theme of Staying With the Trouble.
Taken from Donna Haraway’s book “Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene,” the phrase encourages us to consider how “[our] task is to make kin in lines of inventive connection as a practice of learning to live and die well with each other in a thick present. Our task is to make trouble, to stir up potent response to devastating events, as well as to settle troubled waters and rebuild quiet places.”
Requirement: the exhibition must take place in California, Oregon, or Washington
Word count: 600–800 words
Requirement: the artist must be living/working in California, Oregon, or Washington
Word count: 2,000 words
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the word REVIEW PITCH or INTERVIEW PITCH in the subject line.
Love Letters: micro essays on artists we can’t stop thinking about.
The artist must be living and working (or lived/worked, if the artist is dead) in California, Oregon, or Washington, but doesn’t need to have work up in an exhibition. We encourage submissions from West Coast writers, but are happy to accept pitches from anywhere.
Length: 200–250 words
Email us at email@example.com with the word PITCH in the subject line.
Reviews ~ Essays ~ Interviews
We’re currently fundraising the money needed to regularly publish reviews, essays, and interviews while ensuring we can pay writers fair rates. Read our budget goal below.
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Budget & Rates
Our ultimate goal is to reach a rate of $1/word for writers, which exceeds the $0.25/word rate deemed fair for an organization this size by W.A.G.E (Working Artists and the Greater Economy). As we get established, however, we hope to raise enough money to pay writers a flat fee of $150 for reviews (500–700 words), $150 for interviews (2,000 words), and $250 for essays (1,000–2,000 words)
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