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Submit to Multiplicity Commons: Readers and Writers Respond to Black Lives Matter

Have you participated in a protest? Joined in Black Lives Matter initiatives in your community or workplace? Read a book or witnessed an interaction that changed your life (or your mind) about racism in our society? Found yourself thinking in new ways about the intersection of race and justice?  

Submissions are now open for “Multiplicity Commons: Readers and Writers Respond to Black Lives Matter.” This special new section of Multiplicity Magazine, it will feature 100- 500-word reflections on the Black Lives Matter movement, from protesters on the front lines to supporters working from home. How has BLM affected you, your family, your friends, your community? We want to hear about it. 

We invite you to share your true stories, reflections, and poems on the Black Lives Matter movement with us in 500 words or fewer. 

Submissions for "Multiplicity Commons: Readers and Writers Respond to Black Lives Matter will be open from September 25 through October 30. There is no fee to submit! 


All prose submissions to Multiplicity Commons must be true, original stories produced by the person who submits them. We require work that has not been previously published in any form (including on social media) for Multiplicity Commons.

Please read the About Multiplicity Magazine page and our Submission Guidelines page for more details about the types of pieces we publish.


See our Usage Rights page for information about the rights we request upon publication.

We use Submittable to accept and review our submissions.