Monday, January 30, 2017

Weigh in on Should Writers Get Paid (DWQ submission call)

Have a strong opinion about whether or not occult writers should be paid? Can you string together words into readable sentences and paragraphs without Morgan's red pen exploding? If so, the Denver Witch Quarterly is seeking submissions on whether or not, occult writers should benefit monetarily from their occult writing.

Do you believe that society actually benefits and is improving thanks to occult works being free, then write up your argument proving that occultists owe society free occult books.

Likewise, do you believe that free occult books don't benefit society, and that they actually hurt the occult community, then write up your argument and send it in.

Can you see both sides are right in some part, then speculate how occult writers can support their work without actually charging the readers.

Don't let Morgan be the only one commenting on this subject in the next issue of the Denver Witch Quarterly.

[And as always, DWQ is also looking for our usual mix of fiction, poetry, art, photography, editorials, rituals, and instructional articles.]

Email submissions to basttemple [at] msn [dot] com


[And if you are reading this a year from now, Morgan is always willing to consider publishing stuff on this topic, so send it in.]


Some frequently asked contributor questions.
The Contributor Share spread from the Fall 2016 issue of DWQ.

2 comments:

Nico said...

I have very strong opinions on this. Of course people who perform work should receive compensation for the work completed.

Are there detailed submission guidelines somewhere? Word count? Format?

Morgan Eckstein said...

http://denverwitchquarterly.blogspot.com/p/submission-guidelines-and-faq-for.html