If you’re interested in writing political analyses, reports, have something say about the political climate, or have political art, please send a pitch (no more than 300 words) that provides a brief outline of your general idea to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, February 20th. We accept anything from adapted conference papers, poems, personal essays, art, photography, and political cartoons that deal with politics both in the United States and abroad. If your pitch is approved, you will work with an editor throughout the month of March to research, write, and edit your piece. If you are submitting a completed piece (such as a conference paper), you will work with an editor to shorten and revise your piece for the publication format.
We are open to any and all ideas! From the #MeToo movement to the opioid crisis, from North Korea’s nuclear tests to the war on healthcare, if you want to talk about it, we’re listening.
This is the working timeline for the publication of The Sarah Lawrence Political Review’s Spring 2020 edition.