If you are seeing this page, you have hopefully already filled out the other contributions form or have been specifically invited to this page. Submissions can either be conceptual (you are pitching the idea), or they can be material you have already written and are hoping to have published at Austro Libertarian and/or the Magazine.
On the website itself, we publish pretty much anything related to the topic categories as long as it is generally consistent with our views and it reads well. And we are interested in having select writers become recurring contributors as well. Site articles are usually shorter, punchier, and require less elegance and perfection than magazine content. Think, for instance, the Mises Wire or FEE.org. For now, these contributions are unpaid.
For the magazine, we pay for content depending on the length. We are also somewhat “pickier” about this content, since it is being paid for and put into physical publication. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with this content guide if you are seriously considering magazine submissions.
Our process for the magazine is that we choose a Season Issue (Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall) theme two seasons in advance and announce the theme to those on our submissions list. We then get a feel for the response and intersperse our submission call with direct requests, if a topic calls for a specific guest we have in mind.