Hi, and welcome to Flux Weekly!
Flux Weekly is a social news and culture blog built on the idea that everything, from our belief systems to our bodies, is in a state of continuous change. We feature exciting and thought-provoking writing about the changes in perspective, viewpoint and experience that constitute our lives. We publish long-form pieces from the best writers in the country. These pieces are intended to encourage dialogue, conversation and awareness about the social and political issues that are defining our time.
We feature and encourage writing from people who aren’t afraid of change, and that means writers who aren’t afraid to be wrong. We’ll run commentary and opinion by writers who seek to expand their own perspective.
Flux Weekly is an inclusive blog for anyone interested in talking and reading about identity, culture, and politics. We’re based in Brooklyn. We’re always looking for writers with unique & particular perspective.
*Interested in writing for Flux Weekly? Please send pitches and all general inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
THEY at FLUX publishes writing that examines identity in the form of self, otherness, and human awareness. We publish poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and hybrid forms of writing (ie with visual or digital components, etc.). If you are interested in submitting your work to THEY please follow these guidelines:
- Submit between three to five poems, micro-fiction, or hybrid work. Fiction and nonfiction submissions should be at least 1,000 words and no more than 1,500. If your submission is longer, only an excerpt will be published.
- Include your name, bio, and social media handle(s) with your submission.
- Please allow three months before following up on the status of your submission.
Submit your work to sam@fluxweekly and/or email her directly with any questions you have. Thank you for your interest in THEY, we look forward to reading your goods!*