Guernica is now producing quarterly themed issues that follow our regular online format, but that are centered on explicit directions within the intersection of art and politics we’ve been exploring for the last ten years.
The focus of the June 15, 2014, issue is Class in America. The nation is divided, with class at the forefront. Who has voice in America? In terms of class divisions, where are we heading? We are particularly interested in under-told stories and lived experiences.
We will publish a total of six interviews (conversations) and features (journalism, reportage, polemic, personal essay, creative nonfiction). We will also publish one or two art features, two works of fiction, poetry, and a series of Daily pieces.
To submit a piece for the Class in America issue, please follow our guidelines, and send in your work for consideration by May 10th to the special issues editor at email@example.com. You may include “Class in America” in the subject line of your email. Work submitted for this issue will also be considered for future issues of the magazine.