Want to write for Affinity Magazine? Read on for our general pitching guidelines, as well as current needs and guidelines. Please send full drafts below or contact the editor for the section you’re interested in.
In any submissions to Affinity Magazine, please include the following:
Title for the piece.
A 2-3 sentence description of the angle of the piece.
High-quality photo attached (we want non-copyright photos which can be found on Unsplash.com and Pexel.com)
Edit and revise thoroughly before sending us your draft.
We want content that has never been published, that includes on a blog. We want fresh stories.
The purpose of your piece cannot be to spread hate, disparage, elicit outrage or otherwise cause harm.
We also have the right to alter or edit your story once you submit it.
If you haven’t heard back about a submission within 48 hours, please assume it won’t be published.
No selling or self-promotion, your submission has to have some depth.
Features tracking trends and themes throughout pop culture and entertainment tied to timely news or TV/movie events.
Reported entertainment pieces talking to experts, first-person sources, etc.
Pop culture criticism