Logic(s)—the first Black and Asian queer tech magazine—is set to detonate, remix, and reclaim the tech journalism genre. Logic(s) is now accepting pitches for its inaugural issue, supa dupa skies (move slow and heal things).
Logic(s) is deeply interested in pieces reflecting on a critical caste, abolitionist approach that moves beyond demands for corporate inclusion or police prosecution of hate crimes. The magazine is also looking to receive submissions thoughtfully engaging with the distinctions and connections between caste, race and nationality in the development of new technologies or grassroots campaigns refusing them.
Compensation for successful submissions begins at $1,200 for shorter essays of 1200-1600 words, and $2,000 for longer features of 2000-4000 words and up. Other media will be compensated at the same rate depending on length.