Catapult is currently seeking submissions for their “At Work” series. You could submit an essay, or you could pitch them. Your submission could be a memoir, cultural criticism, and/or reporting. Also, hybrid works are welcome.
About Catapult ‘At Work’ Series:
From their blog: “This series features examinations about “work”—the labor we choose to take on (or are forced to take on) to survive. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, we’re especially interested in hearing from “essential” workers (those in education, food service, medicine/healthcare, etc.). We’re also keen to read stories from people returning to “nonessential” jobs because their employers are open (for example, bookstores).”
Some writers previously published on Catapult are: Howard M.B. Maximus, Ope Adedeji, Adams Adeosun, TJ Benson, among others.
The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2020.
Who is Eligible to Submit to Catapult ‘At Work’ Series:
- Anyone from anywhere in the world.
- There is no submission fee.
How to Submit:
- Submit a nonfiction piece of 4000 words or less.
- The piece must be unpublished.
- It must focus on the theme “At Work”.
- If you are pitching, give a brief synopsis of your piece, and the conversation you are engaging with and why.
- If you are reporting, include links to relevant clips and your sources and level of access.
- If you are submitting a nonfiction piece, give a brief narrative arc of your piece.
- Submit here.
- The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2020.
- Catapult pays $200 per piece.
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