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Do you have an interesting take on a particular story or an idea for something new? For paid articles, fees vary based on the kind of article and time/resources it will take to complete. Reveal a backstory professionals can learn from—an inside look at the ideas or processes behind successful firms and projects. Present, for example, online learning options, outlets for selling your illustration and photography online, web designers to watch or brands getting social media right. The following article types and editorial series are open to pitches.


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They should be 300 dpi or at least 1MB file size in JPEG format. Please do not only embedded your images within Word files as this reduces the image quality; please also send image files separately. Our editorial process includes several rounds of revisions before publication. We reserve the right to alter the structure and title of your article. If we make any changes, it’s because we believe the edited version will help your idea better reach the audience it deserves.

Simultaneous submission to another Journal, if published before, at the same time, or after our publication will forfeit all rights, and payment unless otherwise agreed upon. If other publications seek to reprint articles first published in Bee Culture, we will refer all requests to the author. We will assist in any negotiations, if requested, and only request that we are credited with first publication. We cannot assume responsibility for any material while in transit.

Every week, we publish well written, 1,800+ word articles on topics that cater for this specific audience. We encourage our contributors to promote their articles via social media. The TalentCulture team will also promote your article and make it shine!

All promotions must cite TalentCulture as its original source and provide a link to the post atTalentCulture.com. We’ve published timely pieces that fulfil our requirements within hours of receiving them. And we’ve worked with writers on essays or investigations that require more reflection and exploration over several weeks. I’m Ryan Coogler, co-writer and director of “Black Panther”. This scene is an extension of an action set piece that happens inside of a casino in Busan, South Korea. Now, T’Challa is in pursuit of Ulysses Klaue, who’s escaped the casino.

And this scene is kind of about her really bringing the Wakandan out. One of the images that almost haunted me was this image of this African woman with this red dress just blowing behind her, you know, spear out. And so a big thing was, like, you know, for me was getting the mount right so that the dress would flow the right way. It wouldn’t be impeded by the bracing system she was sitting on.

Our editorial team will let you know our preferred topic, then you will write a full draft. If you’d like to become a Culturefly writer, please telling us a little bit about yourself and what area of the site interests you most. Please also provide a couple of review or feature pitches that could be your first pieces for the site, as well as two relevant example reviews/articles to give us an idea of your writing style.

The Humanist is a quarterly publication of ideas and action focusing on the philosophy of humanism—a naturalistic and progressive outlook informed by science, inspired by art, and motivated by compassion. To learn more about what we’re looking for, visit the Key Issues page of the American Humanist Association. Copies are also widely available in public libraries and on select newsstands. We publish poetry, short fiction, essays, reviews and criticism. We mostly publish previously unpublished work, with rare exceptions for crossposting and excerpts from books. When you introduce yourself, please briefly explain to us why you would like to be involved, and what you think you’d bring to the team.