Kindle Magazine now welcomes submissions and contributions from prospective writers.
Kindle specialises in detailed and expository articles. While most of our write-ups are under 2000 words, we frequently carry longer stories as well. Along with our regular columns, we also carry analyses, reports, opinions, interviews, photo features, book/movie/theatre/music reviews, as well as more personalised pieces. We also publish essays, fiction, poetry, novellas, film and theatre scripts, besides artwork in various media. We interpret these categories rather liberally, picking diverse issues reflecting the ever-changing socio-political and cultural flux we inhabit.
We request potential writers to familiarise themselves with Kindle and its editorial policies, by reading our stories before sending in their own. The stories are easily available in our online archives. Although we promote diverse ideas, thoughts and opinions, Kindle essentially stands to celebrate progressivism and radicalism in every sphere, and we will not entertain any piece of writing promoting religious hatred, bigotry and fundamentalism.
Feel free to mail your complete work directly at : email@example.com
Also, please keep in mind the following:
- Kindle does not accept submissions published previously in any form.
- Due to space limitations, the editorial staff is forced to be selective with submissions. Once accepted, articles are edited.
- We prefer to receive MS Word attachments
- For artwork (photos, illustrations etc.), please send us .jpeg files of 300 dpi resolution or above.
- Copyright remains with Kindle unless otherwise agreed.
- Please provide these mentioned details in your mail : Name, Email Address, Phone/Mobile Number, Age, Place of Residence, Brief Bio, Submission brief.
Helpline: In case you have any queries regarding submissions, advertisements or anything related to the magazine, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. Please be patient if you do not hear from us immediately, as we are a small editorial staff with a large workload.