Call for Submissions
We accept rolling submissions; pieces submitted before March 18 will be considered for the Spring 2013 issue, and those submitted after will be considered for the Fall 2013 issue.
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the name you would like to be published under (each issue is publicly available and searchable online as well). If you prefer not to have your name printed, we will honor your request.
- short stories
- personal reflections
- editorial pieces
- movie reviews
- labels – useless or not?
- differences within LGBTQ community
- the focus on white issues e.g. marriage
- shared oppression
- multiculturalism, interracial relationships etc.
- personal memoir
- coming out in families of color
- reconciling your identities.
- Do you find that you feel more comfortable in your ethnic community or with the LGBT community?
- interracial dating
- examining your preferences?
- analysis/critique of social gay networks i.e. Grindr, Craigslist, Manhunt
- unhealthy image or model for gay men?
- stigmas that you face within your communit(ies)
- LGBTQ role models
- HIV/AIDS epidemic, particularly in African-American and Latino communities
- sexual/relationship health, broad interpretation (condoms, toys, testing, etc.)
- international attitudes towards LGBT individuals, positive and/or negative (preferably from immigrants, international visitors etc.)
- maintaining friendships and other relationships with heterosexuals / dealing with attractions to heterosexual individuals (anecdotes and experiences welcome)
- Queer people of color activism
- LGBTQ acronym/concept itself – how easy is it to explain to family? is there an equivalent term in your family’s language/cultures?
Or any relevant topic of your choosing