Guest Features Blog Submission Guidelines

“Get in good trouble, necessary trouble,
and help redeem the soul of America.”
-John Lewis

What were looking for:

In a country still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, this is also an election year. Our vote is our voice. In this time of country-wide pain and rage, Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices remains committed to featuring writers who push us to see injustices and move us to take action.

Let us use our ballots to speak out against structural racism and social inequities. Let us defend the sacredness of every human life by speaking out and getting in good trouble.

Please SUBMIT to our new Features Blog on Good Trouble: Voter Rights to Voter Suppression.

Guest blog submissions are ideally between 500 to up to 1,000 words. Shorter is always better for reading on the web, although longer pieces can be made more web-friendly by keeping the following tips in mind:

  • Use language that is short and concise.
  • Keep paragraphs to a maximum of four to five sentences.
  • Break up major points with headlines.

We request that blog submissions be accompanied by a brief bio, an author headshot if you want one included, and any images you would like to include in your blog. Images should belong to you, however if you send an image from another website or from a Google images search, please include a link back to the page from which the image appeared so we can give credit. We prefer Jpeg images that are no larger than 2MB.

Submit a guest blog now