If you're interested in writing for CiRCE, this is the page for you.
We're always interested in publishing contemplative, well-written articles and features on Christian classical education. And we love discovering - and offering platform to - new writers. But whether you're a new writer or an experienced one, we welcome your submission.
Before you send your work, though, please note these requisite details and requirements:
Submissions for the Website:
If you are interested in submitting an article to be featured on our website please email David Kern here.
- Please submit your article as a Word attachment. We don't mind Google docs if you prefer, but please send as an attachment.
- Please include your name, a photo, and one- to two-sentence bio with your submission.
- Submissions to the website are on a donation basis (byline and bio are compensation). If we're especially fond or your article, however, and if we have roster space available we may ask you to become a regular contributor and then we'd consider paying you in actual dollars. :)
- All articles are automatically archived.
- Please double-check for spelling and grammar errors before submitting. Your submission will be edited for length, content, style, and tone.
- Submission for the website should be between 700 - 1000 words in length
Submissions for the Print Magazine:
If you are interested in submitting a feature for publication in our annual print magazine please send three examples of your work to David Kern here along with a one-paragraph pitch.
- Please submit your samples and pitch as separate Word attachments. We don't mind Google docs if you prefer, but please send as an attachment.
- Please include your name, a photo, and one- to two-sentence bio with your pitch.
- Submissions to the website are paid on a contract basis, to be determined prior to publication.
- Please note that your submission will be edited for length, content, style, and tone.
- Magazine articles should be 1200 - 2000 words.
We try to respond to all submissions but please note that sometimes this is impossible. If you haven't heard back after four weeks, please assume we won't be able to post your submission at that time.