The Hypocrite Reader publishes reportage, criticism, history, sociology, theory, creative non-fiction, translations, manifestos, leaks, analysis, popular science, synthesis, verse, wedding announcements, and Viking-themed erotica. Just because something doesn’t fit into any of those categories doesn’t mean we won’t publish it.
We are currently assembling our November issue LOVERS AND FRIENDS, our December issue, NOCTURNE, and our January issue, DEAR MOM. As part of our November issue, we will publish an advice column. Please send theme-related queries by November 5th to email@example.com. You will remain anonymous.
Please submit article prospectuses to firstname.lastname@example.org. A prospectus is a paragraph or so explaining what your article is going to be and giving an approximate word count. If we don’t already know each other, it would be helpful to have a few sentences about you, including any areas of expertise and previous writing experience, but no need for a full cover letter or anything like that. At the Hypocrite Reader we practice activist editing and pay our writers only in sincere appreciation. Feel free to submit prospectuses for issues further in the future as well: our December theme will be "Nocturne," and January "Dear Mom."
If you’d like to provide thematically appropriate illustrations for a future article (photographs, collages, digital art, etc.) please send us a sample of your work at email@example.com. If we like you, we’ll suggest an article in the upcoming issue for you to illustrate.
Thanks for asking! The Hypocrite Reader accepts donations to help fund our print anthologies. If you’d like to help support the project, you can contribute through our PayPal account, which is linked to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to contribute through means other than PayPal, get in touch and we’ll be happy to work something out. All donations will go towards the publication of the anthologies and nothing else. Note that we are not registered as a nonprofit and donations are, unfortunately, not tax-deductible.
We no longer publish wedding announcements.