- FIND US ONLINE
- CONTACT US
- JOIN US — closed at this time.
- OPEN POSITIONS
- DIRECTOR OF ACCESSIBILITY
- CONTENT CURATORS
- SUPPORT US
- WHY SUPPORT US?
- WHY DONATE?
- STILL INTERESTED?
FIND US ONLINE
Greetings, Monster! Thanks for stopping by. You can find all our social media accounts below.
For general inquiries, please use the form below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit to Monstering, please email us at email@example.com. Be sure to review our submission guidelines before doing so; submissions that do not observe these guidelines will be deleted unread.
To pitch something that doesn't fall under Monstering's triumvirate (i.e., writing, artwork, and audio-visual submissions), please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and a brief overview of the feature you're submitting for consideration.
To join the Monstering team, please fill out our staff application form. Be sure to check out our mission statement, and maybe some of our current features, before doing so, to get a feel for what we do here.
If you haven't received a response from us (barring submission-related decisions) in over two weeks, please email us at email@example.com.
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JOIN US — closed at this time.
As a #monster, you'll be a valued member of a small, tight-knit community of disabled women and nonbinary people. You'll get the chance to read and review submissions, contribute to the curation of blog content, spread the word of Monstering via social media, engage in conversation with both well-known and up-and-coming artists, and more! Above all, you'll be resisting erasure; you'll be centering voices that deserve to be heard, including your own; you'll be working to create a space for monsters to live, love, grow, and sing in.
Monstering is currently unable to pay its staff members. However, staff members are compensated with promotion via Monstering's social media channels.
Applications are open indefinitely, and are restricted to disabled women and nonbinary people. Priority will be given to black applicants, indigenous applicants, and applicants of color. We value creativity, innovation, commitment, passion, energy, and experience, but really, we're just looking for heart.
Questions? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested? Applications closed for now.
DIRECTOR OF ACCESSIBILITY
- The Director of Accessibility is responsible for overseeing the accessibility of Monstering publications.
- Overseeing the management and upkeep of audio recordings and image descriptions, delegating as necessary
- Working in conjunction with the Director of Web Design to oversee the maintenance of accessibility components
- Engaging with Monstering's audience via surveys and polls to determine best accessibility practices
- Content Curators are responsible for contributing to the curation of content for Monstering's blog.
- Submitting (at least) one feature per month for review
- Observing and adhering to deadlines set by the Blog Editor, completing your contributions in a timely and professional manner
- Revising your contributions alongside the Blog Editor
- Readers are responsible for reviewing and voting on submissions, as well as editing accepted pieces.
- Reading, reviewing, and voting on (at least) five submissions per week
- Carefully and thoroughly examining each individual piece
- Critiquing and editing accepted work
WHY SUPPORT US?
At the heart of Monstering is the publication of historically marginalized voices. We don't just hold space for disabled women and nonbinary people; we honor and uplift them, celebrating their monstrosities alongside our own. We are particularly dedicated to prioritizing the voices of people that identify as LGBT+ and people of color.
Monstering is an independently-run, nonprofit publication. This means that, in addition to the cost of everyday maintenance, we are also funding the monetary compensation of issue contributors, with the dream of compensating blog contributors sometime in the near future.
We need your help to make this, and many other dreams, a reality.
Donations allow us to focus on the work: yearly online issues, complete with audio recordings and image descriptions, as well as the continual publication of blog content.
- Ensure our financial stability
- Compensate disabled women and nonbinary people for their contributions
- Maintain our online presence through a hosted website, as well as various other social media platforms
- Allow us to further our reach, while still prioritizing the visibility of marginalized groups
To donate via PayPal, click here. Please note that donations are not tax-deductible at this time.
We deeply appreciate your support. Monstering is made possible by monsters like you, so thank you—for everything.