By focusing on gender issues and the media, Bitch acts as a tool-kit for all those who engage in social justice and feminist criticism, and editors are looking for writers who can provide smart, thought-provoking commentary on pop culture.
With few staff writers to fill in the gaps, freelancers have more opportunities to land a byline. “We rely on freelancers to pitch us,” stressed editor-in-chief Kjerstin Johnson. “If we generate an idea in house, we may send a query to a group of established freelancers,” but she emphasizes that the Bitch team is hungry for solid stories with new angles.
For more details and editors’ contact info, read How To Pitch: Bitch.
— Sherry Yuan
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