WHAT WE PUBLISH ONLINE
We publish the following types of work online:
- nonfiction in the form of blog posts, articles, profiles, features, reviews & essays up to 500 words
- photography and art related to our mission
- video essays
OUR CONTENT AND FOCUS
- Our content is written for a general audience.
- We do not publish scholarly articles or deeply political work.
- Our goal is to provide readers inspiration and instruction for living the good life.
- By that, we mean a simpler lifestyle centered on family, friends, home and neighborhood—a lifestyle of true freedom from the rat-race cycle of earn and spend. Among the principles we aim to teach are responsible consumption, ways for coping with commercial culture, and respect for and a deeper understanding of the natural world and our rightful place within it.
- We do not preach environmentalism alone, but focus instead on:
• the interconnectedness of all living organisms;
• the economical and environmental benefits of recycling, reducing and reusing;
• the practicality of supporting local economies and independent businesses;
• conservation as a matter of faith and higher consciousness;
• and agrarianism and domestic work as means of self-sufficiency.
WHAT WE PAY*
For work that appears in the online edition, we pay up to $15, depending on the availability of funds and our need for the material. We cover terms individually with contributors prior to publication.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK OR IDEAS:
Submissions for New Southerner are accepted via Submittable.
If you have an idea for an ongoing column or feature story longer than 500 words, please contact the Editor directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT WE PUBLISH IN PRINT:
In our annual literary edition, we print:
- nonfiction exceeding 500 words
- art & photography
To be considered for print publication, you must enter our Contest. To submit previously unpublished poetry and prose, click here for Contest Submissions Guidelines.