✍️ TWJN Pro 76 | 35 opps!! WIRED, Rest of World, Scalawag 📣 🚨 📬

22 calls to pitch & 13 writing jobs 📣

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I can’t believe it’s already July! The first half of the year has been super busy, so I’m excited to be back home with no travel plans—at least for the next little while.

We have loads of pitch calls for you all to sort through over the holiday weekend ✨🚨

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So, what do we have in this supporter exclusive?

1️⃣ 22 calls to pitch, with eight opps $500+ 💰

2️⃣ 13 writing jobs

1️⃣ Calls to Pitch

($750) Rest of World | Joanna is looking for deeply-reported, human-centered stories on Chinese and diaspora experiences with technology, unique angles on U.S.-China tech rivalry & the impact of China tech around the world + scoops! Pitch guide here. Send pitches to [email protected]

($500 - $1,200) Scalawag | Scalawag is now seeking pitches for their 5th annual Abolition Week! This year, they focus on the wretchedness of Empire: its endless expansion and the carceral technologies invented to make this possible. They invite contributors to explore how the combined forces of Western imperialism & plantation legacies create conditions fueling genocidal arrangements in the US South, Palestine, Sudan, Congo, Haiti, El Salvador, & other underdeveloped/exploited spaces across the world’s "Souths.” Previously stated rates will depend on the type of submission (art, poetry, essay, etc), but it will range from $500 to $1,200. Check out Scalawag’s Twitter thread for more info. Pitch deadline is July 7. Send pitches to [email protected]

($500 - $800) Parapraxis | Parapraxis is commissioning pitches for Issue 06: Resistances (Summer 2025). More info here. Submit pitches here

($500+) WIRED | Send in your pitches for WIRED Travel—WIRED’s new destination for coverage of all things transportation, aviation, vacation, and more. Standard web rates start at $500/story and go up based on the reporting commitment. Agreed upon expenses will be reimbursed! Send pitches to [email protected]

($500) Planetizen | Are you a practicing planner, scholar, or work in a related field? Planetizen is always accepting pitches for feature articles that bring an expert lens to today's key planning issues. They pay a standard flat fee of $500 per feature or career-related article. Pitch guide here. Send pitches to [email protected]


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