Religion & Politics (to launch in Spring 2012) is soliciting story ideas and writers to cover issues of religion and politics.
Religion & Politics (a project of the John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics at Washington University in St. Louis, to launch in Spring 2012) is soliciting story ideas and writers to cover issues of religion and politics in American life:
THREE IMPORTANT Messages:
1. We pay comparable rates to peer publications.
2. We work very collaboratively with our writers to balance the journal's tone with the author's voice (so please expect several rounds of editing before publication).
3. We strive to be poly-partisan and poly-religious, meaning we welcome perspectives from diverse backgrounds.
We are seeking:
1. Reported pieces covering specific events or movements (these pieces include interviews and in-depth research)
2. Thought pieces (thesis or editorial driven pieces that seek to enter into broader conversations on religion and politics in American life.
3. Book Reviews on new titles that have relevance in American political and religious life.
Please contact us with a story idea and include a writing sample that you've published for a popular (but well-informed) audience.
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