Looking to submit an article for an upcoming issue of The Burgundy Zine or a post for the blog? You’ve come to the right place.
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For all other inquiries, head on over to our contact page.
Hiatus Update: Sept. 28, 2020
The Burgundy Zine is currently on hiatus. During this time period, we will not be responding to our email or social media messages. We will not be posting content and we will not be releasing a November issue of the zine.
Thank you for understanding. We will miss you dearly.
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Note: Don’t let the following wall of text intimidate you. We are always open to working with contributors and answering any questions you may have!
These guidelines are simply here to serve as a reference point and give you a better idea of how The Burgundy Zine operates.
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In addition to our blog, The Burgundy Zine releases a digital magazine centered around a different theme or topic on the 28th of every other month.
Content that falls within our theme has the potential to be featured in that upcoming issue of The Burgundy Zine. The editor will always ask for your permission to feature your submission in an upcoming issue prior to its release.
You will be credited by name, pen name, or blog (please let us know which you prefer) in the byline of the post with links to your website along with any social media you would like us to include in the footer of the post.
In the magazine, you will be listed in the credits within the first few pages and will be credited in the byline of the article, as well.
If you’re submitting content for a particular issue, please indicate which month’s magazine you would like to be featured in at the top of the submission.
Here are the themes for the next few months of upcoming Burgundy Zine releases:
- Sept. 2020 – Fall Into Science
- Nov. 2020 – TBA
- Jan. 2021 – TBA
The deadline for all submissions is one week before the release of each issue unless stated otherwise.
If you’re a writer interested in submitting an article, essay, poem, short story, and so on, please pitch us your idea in the “message” box above.
For articles that have already been written, please paste the link to the article in the message box or email us the final draft as a .docx file: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your submission has been previously featured on any other platforms, please provide links to where it’s available at the bottom of the message.
There are no minimum or maximum word restrictions placed on submissions. As a rule of thumb, we recommend articles stay within the 300 to 1,500 word range, but you are more than welcome to send in an article that is less than 300 words or greater than 1,500 words.
Note: Some content may be “compressed” into a shorter, graphic-driven feature to fit in the digital magazine, but the full-length submission will be on our blog.
Please provide a link to any photographs or additional media to be embedded within the article.
Photographs and other media may also be emailed or shared via Google Drive with the editor: email@example.com
When applicable, we ask that you please cite credible sources in which you obtained your information from.
Credible sources include research journals, government organizations, and so forth.
You are more than welcome to include external links to your previous work or content on another platform. Kudos if you’re able to include a link to a previous article on The Burgundy Zine – double kudos if you’re able to incorporate a link to a previous article on your own blog. 😉
Affiliate links are a-okay with us, so long as you include a disclaimer in the body of the article clearly stating there are affiliate links embedded throughout your work.
The Burgundy Zine is published in US-English and loosely follows AP style. All submissions will be edited by us to follow these guidelines.
If you’re an artist interested in having your work featured in The Burgundy Zine, please submit a link to the art pieces in the “message” box.
Art may also be emailed or shared via Google Drive with the editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re a musician interested in having your work featured in The Burgundy Zine and in an upcoming installment of our Tune-In Tuesdays series, please provide a link to your song, album, or music video along with where your music is available and any other social platforms your work may be found on.
Please note that we do have submissions lined up for the next couple of installments of Tune-In Tuesdays, so it may be a few weeks before your work is featured on our blog. However, the submission will always be featured in our magazine’s “Music Spotlight” and accompanying Spotify playlist for the month it was submitted during.
We are absolutely honored to have the opportunity to connect with so many musicians and share their sound with our audience. While you may contact us through our website, Musosoup is a platform that allows us to hear your content faster and respond more efficiently.
If you’ve contacted us via email haven’t received a response from the editor, don’t fret. You will definitely be emailed closer to when we are featuring your submission.
If you are interested in being interviewed for an upcoming article in The Burgundy Zine, please submit a contact form.
If you are interested in having your product reviewed for an upcoming issue of The Burgundy Zine, please submit a contact form explaining your product, company, and any other additional information that may be important.
If you are interested in submitting your cannabis review for our Strain of the Week series, please refer to our “Strain of the Week” guidelines and template.
If you’re interested in submitting another form of content to The Burgundy Zine (photography, modeling, etc…), please provide a link to your work as well as a message explaining the context of your content.
You may also email or share your content with the editor: email@example.com