Submitting to Multiplicity Blog
Multiplicity Blog accepts submissions throughout the year. Our blog publishes two original nonfiction posts per week, one each Tuesday and Thursday.
Our blog does not have a set theme, but we prefer submissions that fit the topics and mission described on our About Multiplicity Magazine page.
The blog concentrates on new work; it does not accept written work or photographs that have previously been published elsewhere (including on social media).
On the blog, we typically publish posts that are between 300 and 500 words, but we will consider submissions that are as short as a single sentence or as long as 1,000 words.
We welcome a wide array of short nonfiction including:
- flash essay (any topic that fits with our mission statement)
- memoir (“snapshot” life stories)
- perspectives on the craft of writing and the journey to publication
- opinion pieces on current events and issues in the literary world
- book and music reviews
- travel pieces
- food writing
- science & nature writing
- spiritual writing
- health & wellness writing
- humor pieces
Photographs should be original, royalty-free, and thematically relevant to Multiplicity’s mission and preferred topics.
All submissions to the Multiplicity Blog must be original works produced by the person who submits them. Simultaneous submissions are not accepted.
Multiplicity Blog submissions must be sent in digital format via our online submission form. Microsoft Word and Google Docs are preferred for blog submissions. The text submitted should be in Times New Roman or a similar serif font, 12 pt, with one-inch margins. Please include your name and the title of the work with your blog submission. All work should be carefully proofread before it is submitted.
Photographs should be submitted in a format and resolution that can be displayed on a Web page and opened in Photoshop. JPG and PNG, 150ppi are preferred. Submitted images should not include vectors, layers, or animations. We do not accept videos, illustrations, or other visual art forms.
See our Usage Rights page for information about the rights we request upon publication.