Please follow the guidelines listed here and submit your articles, poetry, and artwork with a brief bio to BROAD Magazine at: firstname.lastname@example.org
i) Feminist Consciousness:
- (a) recognizes all voices and experiences as important, and not in a hierarchical form.
- (b) takes responsibility for the self and does not assume false objectivity.
- (c) is not absolutist or detached, but rather, is more inclusive and sensitive to others.
- (a) means utilizing accessible language, theory, knowledge, and structure in your writing.
- (b) maintains a connection with your diverse audience by not using unfamiliar/obscure words, overly long sentences, or abstraction.
- (c) does not assume a specific audience, for example, white 20-year-old college students.
iii) Jesuit Social Justice Education & Effort:
- (a) promotes justice in openhanded and generous ways to ensure freedom of inquiry, the pursuit of truth and care for others.
- (b) is made possible through value-based leadership that ensures a consistent focus on personal ntegrity, ethical behavior, and the appropriate balance between justice and fairness.
- (c) focuses on global awareness by demonstrating an understanding that the world’s people and societies are interrelated and interdependent.
Expectations and Specifics
- You may request to identify yourself by name, alias, or as “anonymous” for publication in BROAD Magazine. For reasons of accountability, the staff must know who you are, first and last name plus email address.
- We promote accountability of our contributors, and prefer your real name and your preferred title, but understand, in terms of safety, privacy, and controversy, if you desire limitations. Imagery submitted may be published at our discretion.
- We gladly accept submission of varying length- from a quick comment to several pages. Comments may be reserved for a special “feedback” section.
- Please include a short statement of context when submitting imagery, audio, and video.
- We appreciate various styles of scholarship; the best work reveals thoughtfulness, insight, and fresh perspectives.
- Such submissions should be clear, concise, and impactful. We aim to be socially conscious and inclusive of various cultures, identities, opinions, and lifestyles.
- As a product of the support and resources of Loyola University and its Women Studies and Gender Studies department, all contributors must be respectful of the origin of the magazine; this can be accomplished in part by ensuring that each article is part of an open discourse rather than an exclusive manifesto.
- All articles must have some clear connection to the mission of the magazine. It may be helpful to provide a sentence or two describing how your article fits into the magazine as a whole.
- The writing must be the original work of the author and may be personal, theoretical, or a combination of the two. When quoting or using the ideas of others, it must be properly quoted and annotated. Please fact-check your work and double-check any quotes, allusions and references. When referencing members of Loyola and the surrounding community, an effort should be made to allow each person to review the section of the article that involves them to allow for fairness and accuracy.
- Gratuitous use of expletives and other inflammatory or degrading words and imagery may be censored if it does not fit with the overall message of the article or magazine. We do not wish to edit content, but if we feel we must insist on changes other than fixing typos and grammar, we will do so with the intent that it does not compromise the author’s original message. If no compromise can be made, the editor reserves the right not to publish an article.
- All articles are assumed to be the opinion of the contributor and not necessarily a reflection of the views of Loyola University and the WSGS program.
- Please include a brief bio (2-3 sentences) with your submission.
We very much look forward to your submissions and your contribution to our overall mission.
Please send your submissions to: email@example.com