This November, we are examining the heretic. What does it mean to commit blasphemy? Who does society burn at the stake? Will there always be witches? We find these questions interesting, and we’re looking for articles on popular culture, style, music, intervention, and daily life that explore what heresy means today.
Email inquiries, pitches, and submissions to email@example.com with “The Heretic Issue” in the subject line and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Please read our guidelines for writers beforehand.
September is the biggest fashion month of the year. It’s when designers reveal their spring and summer collections, New York Fashion Week takes place, style magazines put out their thickest issues, and people go shopping for clothes in preparation for school and a new season.
Fashion and apparel is a $200 billion industry in the U.S., and the fastest growing retail product category. But what inspires new trends every season is often what takes place on the street. City streets are where social and economic changes manifest themselves in clashes, modifications, adaptations, appropriations, acts of transgression and communication between strangers.
Next month we’re exploring everything street — fashion, culture, food, jobs, conflicts, and unfamiliar encounters. Places we loiter, questions of public performance, the anonymous gaze of strangers.
Email inquiries, pitches, and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with “The Street Issue” in the subject line and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Please read our guidelines for writers beforehand.