PAGAN IRELAND Submissions Policy


Submissions


ARTICLES

We have an open submissions policy, articles must be relevant to Ireland in some way and be no less than 500 words and no more than 2000 words. Political, advertorial or blatantly self-promoting submissions will be rejected. All forms of Paganism are acceptable subject matter, as is enviromentalism. Articles must be in .doc, .docx or .rtf formats.


ARTWORK

We also accept original artwork and photography for the cover and inside features. All images must be at least 300dpi at print size, preferably in JPEG or TIFF formats.


POETRY & BOOK REVIEWS

We also accept Pagan/nature poetry and book reviews. Book reviews must be for books released no more than 3 months prior to, or after the issue date and be less than 250 words.  Poems must run to no more than 2 A4 pages.  Reviews and poems must be in .doc, .docx or .rtf formats.


PAYMENT

From issue 2 onwards we will pay contributors per accepted submission (via PayPal) Contributors also receive a complementary Emag:

  • Article up to 2000 words (3 page) - €25 + free physical magazine (of relevant issue)
  • Article up to 1300 words (2 page)  - €15 + free physical magazine (of relevant issue)
  • Article up to 700 words (1 page) - €10 or free physical magazine (of relevant issue)
  • Artwork (front cover art) - €25 + free physical magazine (of relevant issue)
  • Artwork (1/2 page inside the magazine) - €10 or free physical magazine (of relevant issue)
  • Poetry (1 long poem or 2 short poems) - €10 or free physical magazine (of relevant issue)
  • Book review - free physical book and free Emag (of relevant issue).


We aim to reply to all those who submit with an answer within 1 month. We reserve the right to reject any submission without giving a reason - we are too busy to give detailed replies.

Submissions with zero relevance to Ireland/Diaspora will be rejected. All work must be labelled with titles & your name.
AUTUMN EQUINOX ISSUE: SEND SUBMISSIONS by Friday 22 AUG to:
editor@paganireland.com


Editorial Policy

We aim to represent all people within the Irish Pagan Community and its diaspora. PAGAN IRELAND is not aligned with any organisations and will attempt to remain impartial. We do not accept political articles or any submissions that are discriminatory or hateful. The Editor and Editorial Advisory Team will  contact contributors if any alterations to submissions are needed.