Topics: Black Language! PeriodT. We are especially interested in featuring pieces about Black Language that push our collective thinking forward, not backward. We welcome pieces on any topic related to Black Language. We are especially interested in pieces by Black Language speakers, classroom teachers, students, and activists.
Format and Length: We only publish short pieces. We will consider lesson plans, reflective pieces, think pieces, poems, manifestos, playlists, etc. We also encourage non-alphabetic texts, so consider submitting a video, a doodle, art, drawings, comic strips, zines, etc.
Written pieces should not be longer than 750 words.
Videos should not be longer than 10 minutes.
Audience, Writing Style, and Language: The Black Language Magazine is geared toward a Black audience. Ain't no linguistic policing or monitoring happening in these Black Language Magazine streets. We honor all styles, flows, and forms of Black Language, so get Blackity Black Black wit it, if you choose.
Images: Images are welcomed, but please make sure they are licensed for reuse.