Pyragraph is always looking for creatives and community organizers willing to share entertaining stories and lessons learned in their pursuit of their work. Our general editorial guidelines are here. We especially encourage POC and women to blog for us.
Some of our writers are Contributing Bloggers who are paid our standard rate of $25/post; those posts are published exclusively at Pyragraph for one month, then the blogger is free to publish elsewhere. To be considered as a Contributing Blogger, please use the query form on our editorial guidelines page (the actual form is halfway down the page).
We also publish posts from Guest/Community Bloggers as a way to help promote events, projects, CDs, films, Kickstarter/crowdfunding campaigns, or other ventures, via editorial content. Some of our Guest/Community Blogger posts are paid placements; all posts must meet Pyragraph’s editorial guidelines. If you start out as a Guest/Community Blogger and continue to submit posts, you can develop into a Contributing Blogger, subject to our Editors’ discretion.
As explained in more detail in our editorial guidelines, we are always looking for new writers in the categories of art, music, design, film/stage, writing, microbusiness and community. These broad categories are intended to include coverage of all kinds of creative work such as photography, craft, product design, architecture, software design, music, sculpture, etc. We are also very interested in sharing stories about arts and community organizing. And, particularly since November 8 2016, we are also especially interested in stories about the intersections between art, activism, resistance, identity, race, social justice, and issues related to positive social change.
Creative writing styles are welcome and content scope may be broad, as long as it relates to Pyragraph’s editorial mission: to provide entertaining, informative and practical content to help readers doing creative and community work.
For general questions, you many contact us via our Contact Us page.