There’s a new digital pop culture magazine coming to town and it is currently seeking submissions. It’s called The Afro Vibe and is owned by Expound magazine editor Wale Owoade whose beautiful poetry we’ve published. It will be launched in 12 African cities in August 2017.
In an email to Brittle Paper, Owoade stated that The Afro Vibe will be offering “content on travel, arts, books, history, music, film and TV, humour, fashion, food, and health”—“opinion essays, articles, travelogues, interviews, and listicles on Africa, her cities, people, culture and lifestyle.”
Here is another fun part. While it would come “with a global community of writers and contributors,” The Afro Vibe “looks forward to paying contributors and employing commissioned writers for short and long periods.”
Here are the submission guidelines.
- Essays and articles should be between 300 and 3,000 words.
- Submissions should be sent as an attachment to [email protected].
- The Afro Vibe is interested in original and unpublished pieces.
- Please include a short biography in your submission.
- The Afro Vibe replies submissions within two days!
NOTE: Brittle Paper has no stake in this project. Further enquiries should be directed to the magazine’s email: [email protected].