Our audience would like to read more about the following topics:
- Witch paths and traditions from around the globe
- How to come out of the broom closet
- Ancestor veneration
- How to discover your spiritual ancestry
- Culturally responsible witchcraft
- Appropriation and ethical integration
- Creative divination techniques
- Herb lore
- New ways to celebrate sabbats
- Daily witchy routines
- Grimoire and journaling ideas
- Witchy self care
- Tarot spreads and tutorials
- Hedgewitch experiences
- Psychic and medium experiences
- Chaos magick
- Deities, how to connect with and honour them
- Witchy gardening tips
- Poison plants
- How to incorporate magick into the mundane
If any of these ideas inspire you, you are welcome to pitch us with an idea for an article that you feel fulfils the submission guidelines.
Pitches must include:
- A title
- A brief paragraph describing the article (or the article itself, if you have already written it)
- A 1-2 sentence author bio written in the third person
- Social media and/or website links
If your pitch is approved, your article must fulfil the submission guidelines.
Your article must fulfill the following requirements:
We aim to publish articles between 500 – 1,000 words. Long articles must be broken into headed sections for ease of reading.
All articles must be reader focused, we want to motivate, encourage and help the audience. No first-person articles unless previously agreed.
Your article needs to be 100% unique. We check every submission with Copyscape and Grammarly. So let us know if your content has been posted on another site so we can work around this.
All photos must be more than 700 pixel width and more than 1100 pixel tall. Furthermore you need the right to use the images. If you submit a photo to your guest post, send it to us as an attachment and not in the email or in the blog post. Detailed information about how to submit a guest post are going to follow.
Linking to other sites
You will receive a link in your author bio. Any links within the article must be to reputable sources.
Your bio should be 3 to 4 sentences long and written in third-person. Please include your social media links.
Religions are capitalized: Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Paganism, Satanism, Thelema, Wicca.
Herbs with nouns (St. John’s wort) etc.
Practices are not capitalized: witches, witchcraft, witch, astrology, ceremonial magick, chaos magick, kitchen magick, hermeticism, kabbalah, meditation, yoga, common name herbs (lavender, rose), crystals (quartz, amethyst) etc.
Websites – use www.linktitle.com
Book, film, television, and album titles should be italicized.
Titles for poem titles, chapters, episodes, and songs should be enclosed within quotation marks.
We utilize the Oxford comma.
Email – no hyphen.
Magick – with a “k,” except when referring to stage magic.
Witchology Magazine utilizes American English grammar. “&” must be replaced with “and”.
When referencing another’s work, whether a book or website please cite the source as appropriate.
If you claim something, make sure to have a link to a reputable source that supports your claims.
Please download our Style Guide here.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY PITCH?
Email us at email@example.com with the subject “PITCH.”
By sending us your submission you give us the right to change your guest post and agree to the terms and conditions following:
You agree not to publish your post on other sites if we contact you and intend to publish it.
You agree not to submit your guest post to other sites, after you submit it to Witchology Magazine for 2 weeks. If you don’t hear anything from us after 2 weeks, you are free to submit your guest post to other sites.
We are not obligated to compensate you financially and reserve the right to delete your guest post.
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Ready to submit your idea? Read our Writer’s Packet and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org