I thought I’d let you all know that I have started a new blog, Revolutionary Tide, where I will be posting from now on. I am currently in the process of writing a series about groups backing the impeachment of the orange menace and their ultimate goals. The first part of this series has been published and it focuses on one of these groups, “Stand Up America,” and those interlinked with them. This blog, as such, will remain an archive even though I don’t completely agree with everything on here anymore, treating each post on a case-by-case basis. The new blog is a new beginning for me which I hope will allow me to explore topics I never got to focus on this blog, without the baggage of past posts which dragged me down. That’s all for now.
For all of you, many whom seem to be in the Western world and others who aren’t, here are some good alternative media outlets to submit articles to!
They define themselves as “a website that provides news, analysis, and culture from a Communist perspective, featuring content that is relevant to the struggle against imperialism and for a revolutionary transformation of society.” They are connected to RAIM (Revolutionary Anti-Imperialism Movement), which is Third Worldist. I’m not Third Worldist myself, but it is a good platform. Yo email your articles to email@example.com, and they have some requirements:
Anti-Imperialism.org is seeking writers in order to keep up with demand for articles. If you think you have what it takes (and assuming you are familiar with the general political line expressed here), please send an email to the above address. Attach your essay or article to the email as a seperate file, or include the full text in the body of the email for review.
Dissident Voice (DV) welcomes your article submissions. Please send them to gro.eciovtnedissid@snoissimbus. Editors receive submissions from this email. Please do not send to individual editors as this might cause non-reception or a delay in publication.
Word length isn’t a real issue, but please don’t send us an encyclopedia-size work. Multi-part articles are acceptable. DV reserves the right to edit for length and clarity.
Starting immediately DV will publish new articles six days a week. Sunday will be devoted to DV’s Poetry on Sunday page. Poems selected for publication will usually be based on social justice and peace. Please note that poetry submissions should not be more than 400 words.
DV is interested in publishing articles on domestic and international politics; culture and the arts; satire; book, film, and music reviews.
We often receive more articles than we can accommodate, and cannot therefore publish everything. If a submission is rejected for posting, please do not get discouraged about sending future work. There are a number of reasons why we may forgo posting a submission, quality of work isn’t necessarily the only one. Time constraints do not allow us to respond to you with reasons why a particular piece may have been rejected. Previous success in getting a submission published does not guarantee publication of future work.
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All articles must include a brief bio line. Let us know if you do or don’t want your e-mail address to be posted in the bio (unless we hear otherwise, we assume including it so readers may respond directly to you).
Please include a title/headline for your submission. The editors suck in coming up with them, and we wouldn’t want you to be disappointed in our choice.
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On topics, such as politics and history, among others, Wikipedia is considered a dubious source. As much as possible, it is best to use another credible source in one’s submissions. Quotations from quotation pages are also considered a dubious source. Whenever possible, please source your quotations to a primary document, manuscript, book, journal, other media, or speech.
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They define themselves as “an international e- journal focusing on current political issues in Eurasia and beyond…sharing alternative outlooks and providing new edge analysis of the situation in the global ‘hot spots’.” They have relatively simple submission guidelines:
Newsworthy: there must be a news hook to your article, and a clearly stated reason that your topic is likely to attract readers by an informed audience that follows the issue.
Length: your article should be no more than 1,000 words. We occassionally accept longer texts cut in chapters.
Unique angle: stories must differ from news already published in the English-language media. Stick to a specific angle and avoid cluttering the article with multiple themes. Go in-depth with coverage and analysis not found in mainstream media outlets.
Local context: seek out local perspectives and sources not well represented in the media. However, your story must not be simply a collection of quotes; it must include your own contextualization and analysis.
Sources and facts: analyses and reports must be based on facts and quotes from sources, and all referenced information must be cited and linked. Even analytical or opinion pieces should be fact-driven. Every quote or fact should be linked back to the original, primary source.
Clear writing: avoid jargon, metaphors and clichés. If you have heard a phrase a hundred times, don’t use that phrase. Employ active voice and clear, concise, direct sentences and paragraphs.
Self-edit: thoroughly proof your work before submitting, removing grammatical errors and typos, and checking facts. Submit the article “ready to go” and do not expect editors to do your job. The best article is one that needs almost no editing
Its been a while since I’ve published there, with my one and only article titled “Trump and the “Ruskies”” but perhaps I’ll give it another whirl!
If you have an article you think might be appropriate for Climate & Capitalism, please send it to ecosocialism[at]gmail[dot]com. If it has previously been published elsewhere on the web, please send a link rather than the article itself.
We wish we could respond to every submission, but our limited resources make that impossible. We will reply if we plan to publish your article or or if we think it could be publishable with changes.
If we don’t publish your submission, it isn’t necessarily because we don’t like it. Many otherwise excellent submissions don’t make it to the site simply because (a) they don’t fit our current needs; or (b) they cover subjects we have recently dealt with; or (c) we have more submissions on hand than we can deal with in the time we have available.
I haven’t been published there yet, but I hope to!
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