Science For The People Magazine is a magazine, dedicated to building and promoting social movements and political struggles around radical perspectives on science and society.
They are made up of workers, educators, and students in science and technology-related fields committed to the democratic practice of science for the benefit of humanity and the planet.
Many of their authors have chosen to donate their fees back to the organization. For those who can afford to do so, this allows the organization the magazine to grow and uplift more perspectives.
They put out Call for Proposals for print or special issues frequently. If you are interested, please go through the following guidelines.
- For manuscript outlines and style, they ask prospective authors to provide an outline with more details about how they will frame their story and the reporting they have already done and will do for this article. SftP follows the Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS).
- Authors will keep the copyright on their contributions but, you will be expected to grant them a non-exclusive license to republish the work in print and online. They will also be able to reproduce it for reasons such as promoting their magazine and making the article itself accessible.
- They welcome pitches from anyone.
- Your pitch should offer readers reporting, analysis, or perspective on the struggle to ensure science serves the people, not profit.
How Much Does Science For The People Magazine Pay Contributors?
- $250 for feature-length stories, with lengths of 2000 words and above.
- $150 for shorter features, reviews, columns, and other articles with lengths of about 1200–1500 words.
- $100 for short pieces of 600–1000 words. This is also their base rate for interviews.
Additional questions can be sent to [email protected].