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Vice Games: Gaming subsection of Vice magazine

Where to Pitch.
Writers who are just  getting started  often ask us where they should go to pitch or publish their first piece.
Below is a list of games-focused and games-inclusive  publication s which welcome unsolicited pitches.
Please note: some of  these  publications are paid; some are not.
You should always check the original site and email its submission editor (or other relevant point of  contact ) regarding payment prior to submitting.
ZEAL:  Games  criticism site featuring long-form writing on games not generally covered by other venues.
Contact: Aevee Bee.

Play the Past: Blog focused on representations of history in games
Contact: Trevor Owens and Shawn Graham
Thumbsticks: Mixes consumer-focused coverage with in-depth features and regular columns

and is always open for pitches.
Contact: editors.

Uppercut: Game criticism site focused on unique takes not found elsewhere

Open to pitches the last week of every month.
Contact: Ty Galiz-Rowe.

MAGfest Mages Library Blog: The MAGES Library blog is dedicated to an accessible

intellectually stimulating conversation about video games through nonfiction articles.
Contact: Meg Eden.
Publications in and adjacent to academic writing on games are a good place to find a wider audience for research and  essay s.

First Person Scholar: Academically-focused games criticism site that welcomes features

book reviews, series pitches.
Contact: Steve Wilcox.

Press Start: Peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to game studies

Welcomes essays,  research paper s, and other work from current/recent academics of all levels and multiple disciplines.
Contact: Matthew Barr.
Memory Insufficient: Online publication on game design history and digital material culture, founded by  Critical Distance ’s Third Senior Curator. Contact: Zoya Street.
These are some outlets that have done a good job of nurturing people new to  games  writing.

Haywire Magazine: Games criticism site intended to help new writers

Contact: Joshua Trevett.

Into the Spine: Indies-focused publication geared toward newer writers

Contact: Diego Arguello.
Fanbyte: Successor to ZAM with a special interest in  games  and pro-wrestling (yes).
Always looking for news, features, reviews, and guides.
Contact: Steven Strom.
If you want your writing to reach developers, or you are a developer yourself, these are good places to try.
Gamasutra Member Blogs: Developer-focused site with free blog community.
Well-written blogs are often promoted on Gamasutra’s front page.
Contact: Kristian Graft (blogs), Alex Wawro (articles).
This is a small selection of the feminist or queer-oriented websites on gaming that accept pitches.
Videodame: Feature pitches up to 250 words.
Contact: Sara Clemens.
Sidequest: Inclusive blog geared toward women and marginalized gender identities.
Contact: editors.

Gayming Magazine: LGBTIQA-focused news

reviews, and features.
Contact: Aimee Hart.
E-zines capture the design and sense of wholeness of a magazine, in digital form.

Unwinnable: General games culture and geekery site

welcomes pitches for its web component as well as its two monthly e-zines.
Contact: editors.
Many general-interest outlets have thriving games subsections.
Vice Games: Gaming subsection of Vice magazine.
Contact: Jason Koebler.

Paste: General interest pop culture site with a games subsection

Contact: Garrett Martin.
This is an open list sourced from the community.
If you are an editor and would like to see your site added to this list, or would like to make corrections to an existing listing, please drop us a line.

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