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New Skepchick feature! Hooray!

I’m gonna make you famous, baby! Famous! All you have to do is submit some writing to me!

Skepchick is now accepting your submissions for guest posts/rants/poetry about interpretive dance/essays. We will be picking one post a week and running it in place of the old Wednesday Afternoon Inquisition. You can write whatever you want, and submit it. Each Wednesday, we’ll choose one submission and post it.

It’s preferable that this submission is previously unpublished. If you’re not a great writer, that’s not a big deal; we can clean up your article (within reason).

If you guys get me some things to post, I’ll post one next week! So get writing! And when you’re done, send it to [email protected]

I can’t wait to see what’s on your sexy mofo minds!


Elyse MoFo Anders is the bad ass behind forming the Women Thinking, inc and the superhero who launched the Hug Me! I'm Vaccinated campaign as well as podcaster emeritus, writer, slacktivist extraordinaire, cancer survivor and sometimes runs marathons for charity. You probably think she's awesome so you follow her on twitter.

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  1. @Sean:

    I’ll probably hold on to some for a while. I won’t trash them just because I don’t pick them the week they’re submitted. So you’re better off submitting a new post than re-submitting and old one.

  2. @Skept-artist: Sooooo… Are we the only ones excited about this? Or is everyone busy typing madly to get the first submission?

    I this is more of a “hmm” than a “woot!” I’m thinking about how much effort it will be to come up with something worthy. I’ll do it of course, but work will have to ease up a bit first.

  3. (goes through mental cupboard, muttering evilly to myself while seeking a metaphorical can of worms to open)


    Seriously I think it’s an awesome idea – even though I dunno what I’d do since my thing is more video-makey than article-writey.

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