Clerestory Magazine contributors evoke the most essential parts of the human experience, while engaging larger questions on social healing, human flourishing, and justice. Our writers, in the words of Abraham Joshua Heschel, “face sacred moments,” or in the words of Mary Oliver, pay attention, are astonished, and tell about it. BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ individuals are highly encouraged to submit. All contributors are paid equally for their work.
Clerestory is currently accepting submissions and pitches for our second issue on “community” until February 15, 2021. Because space on our editorial calendar is limited, submitting or writing to us ahead of this deadline is suggested.
Potential subjects for our “community” issue include, but are not limited to: