We currently soliciting pitches for Issue 14 of Logic: KIDS.
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 fit with our theme, KIDS. We pay $200 for shorter essays of 1200-1600 words, and $500 for longer features of 2000-3000 words and up.
Call for Pitches: KIDS (Summer/Fall 2021)
Silicon Valley is notorious for turning don’t trust anyone over thirty from a counterculture slogan into a business strategy, which can get awkward as its most famous boy geniuses start to go bald or gray. But this issue will dig into new and unexpected relationships between youth and technologies. Possible topics include: edtech, ageism, and TikTok; privacy protections, parental controls, and cyberbullying; working from home, carework platforms, Mommy blogs, infertility, and online abortion pharmacies; child labor, student debt, and youth protest movements; transhumanism and eternal life.
Pitch window closes 5/15.
We’re trying something new this time – to send us a pitch, please fill out this form with your pitch and contact information: https://airtable.com/shrmBARI08I22IAt7