If you’ve read our blog (our our Expert Series on GayWeddings.com), you know that we love a funny turn of a phrase and impassioned dialogue about respect and equal rights.
But our love of comedy, free speech, and equal rights doesn’t mean our editorial standards are low. Just the opposite — dabbling in gay wedding fodder means our stuff has to shine. You might not see it upon first glance, but we pay a lot of attention to style, transitions, spelling and grammar. We’re happy to accept your stream-of-consciousness column, but don’t be surprised when we send it back with a list of suggested edits.
We understand that writing is a personal endeavor. We also understand that criticism — even constructive criticism — can be hard to swallow. Anyone submitting content to The GayWeddings.com Network should go into it knowing that we want to publish the best stuff around and if that means rewrites, so be it.
The best submissions are 300-800 words in length, include appropriate links, and, if photographs are submitted, include permission for use.
Hopefully this gives you an idea of what we’re looking for. If you want more information, drop us a line.