TNI is looking to expand our books coverage. We're looking for book reviews around 2k words. As a literary magazine we aren't attached to the news cycle. We welcome reviews for works published any date, provided you are able to make a strong case for why the book is worth considering now. We are especially interested in reviews of academic works and works in translation. We pay $150 per piece but we pay promptly and edit with care. We are also interested in interviews with authors. Please pitch us at [email protected]
We're currently seeking submissions for our next issue, TRAD.
Here are some keywords to inspire you: Natalist movements, abortion rights, Catholicism, cottage-core, TERFdom, anti-vax, the crisis of white feminism, international surrogacy, maternity leave, paternity leave, SAHM, infant mortality rate, pro-life, "hook-up culture", modesty advocacy, "high value woman", Midsommar, cults, farmland, crises of masculinity, Chads, cucks, going to war memes, Iraq War nostalgia, birth rate, podcasts that say "female" when talking about women, aborted gf memes, prairie dresses, Food Network's Pioneer woman (the woman and the brand), Great Recession Nostalgia, libertarianism, eugenics-lite, diaspora trad, immigrant assimilation, sterilization programs, anti-sex work, MAGA porn, monarchism, competitive birthing in evangelical communities, mommy influencers, radfem to tradfem, pro-ana pride, Brandy Melville,
We’re seeking 1,500 to 3,000 words essays based on these themes or otherwise associated with “TRAD” broadly interpreted. Please forward this call to anyone you think would be interested.
Send pitches to [email protected] with the subject line “TRAD”. If you don’t hear from us it means we have passed on the pitch.
We are always looking for sharp pitches on topics unrelated to our magazine issue. If you have an essay, review, interview, or simply the germ of an idea for us please write [email protected] to convince us we should run it. If you don’t hear back from us within two months, please understand we are overwhelmed with the volume of submissions we get, and that we wish you luck placing it elsewhere.