Unravel Magazine: An international student-run accessible linguistics magazine
Love languages and linguistics? We’re looking for fellow young protolinguists passionately in love with the wonderful world of words to be part of our writing and design team.
Much of linguistic writing remains academic or scholarly and as such difficult for an average reader to access. Unravel seeks to enable a wider general audience to clearly understand what linguistics is about, as well as allow the average reader to express more informed opinions regarding linguistic issues and gain more knowledge and awareness about languages and the study of language.
We are looking for writers, language editors and web designers from all over the world to be part of our team of journalinguists. You don't need a linguistics degree, as our resident second language acquisition editor will tell you (he's in Economics) - all you need is a love of the world's many words, and the ability to put them to good use. And we're not looking for just writers in English - we are willing and able to publish articles in español, deutsch, français, português, italiano, 华文 and русский as well.
If you're interested in working with us, contact the current chief editor Kevin Martens Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, your CV and a sample of your writing.
We look forward to hearing from you!