Thank you for your interest in contributing to the Embodied Philosophy platform. We accept submissions that would be considered for our quarterly print journal, TARKA, and/or to be published digitally. We are especially interested in innovative, interdisciplinary work that straddles realms of scholarship and practice. Our primary areas of content are Yoga Philosophy, MindBody Studies, Dharma and Contemplative studies. In addition to more accessible yet scholarly work, we also are seeking journalistic pieces addressing current events through a contemplative lens.
Please see the latest TARKA call for papers here.
For articles published in our Journal, we are generally looking for shorter articles (900-1500 words) on introductory topics and longer articles (2500-5000 words) on more specialized topics or research. For articles published digitally only, we prefer shorter contributions of not more than 2500 words. Although we will consider longer articles.
We compensate $100 for short original articles and $250 for longer articles. If you have a previously published longer article that you would like to draft into a shorter article to be published on our website, we compensate a flat $50 per article.
Please submit according to the following guidelines:
- Provide a short summary or abstract (100-200 words) outlining the basic idea of your original article.
- Provide a link to a writing sample, so that we can get a sense of whether your style fits our platform.
- If your article is accepted for publication, please follow our style guide carefully (link below) to ensure a smooth editing process.
EP Style Guide
Please follow our style guide for all article submissions.
Articles that meet the following criteria are especially welcome:
-Longer articles (3,000-4,000 words)
-Short articles that address key topics/terms by responding to the question, “What is…..?” (900-1500 words)
-Articles that detail a practice or a key element of practice (500-2,000 words +/-)
-Submissions of artwork and/or poetry are also welcome
Please respond by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org