We are soliciting pitches for an upcoming issue of Logic.
Logic is a magazine about technology and society that publishes three times per year, in print and digital formats. We’re trying to ask the right questions about how technology works, and whom it works for.
We’re seeking reported articles, features, essays, and profiles that match our theme, Commons. We pay $200 for shorter essays of 1000-1200 words, and $500 for longer features of 2000-3000 words and up.
If you know of someone who should write for Logic, please share!
Call for Pitches: Commons
Issue 12, Commons: Winter 2020
The information age began with dreams of common language. The Internet would let any network speak to any other. It has since been described as many kinds of places to gather: a public square, a mall, a street, a garden, or utopia, which is another way of saying no (real) place at all. In this issue we will explore shared standards and protocols that make possible new forms of civic life, ownership, aid, and their opposites, at the same time that they differentiate us ever more precisely. Online, you are unique like everybody else.
Please send pitches to email@example.com by August 15, 2020, with the subject line “Pitch: Commons Issue.”
If you send us a pitch and don’t hear from us by mid September, you can assume we have passed on your proposal. We appreciate every submission—and the time put into them!—but as a small team are not always able to respond to every one.