How to Contribute

SAGE Magazine seeks provocative and critical work from emerging and established environmental writers and artists. We welcome unsolicited submissions on a rolling basis for publication online, and there’s always a chance that your submission will end up in the print edition we release every spring. Note that SAGE is not able to pay authors for their submissions.

Please fill out the form below with information about your proposal for consideration. We will respond to your submission as soon as possible.

Thanks for your interest in SAGE Magazine!

For Yale F&ES students, the spring semester SAGE Stories theme is Diversion. Submit a pitch for your verbal story – any work that fits under the banner of Diversion, however you interpret it. Stories will need to be recorded using Zoom in advance and sent to the SAGE staff in advance. Stories should be about 7 minutes long. The stories will be compiled and shown in a Zoom livestream event on April 24th at 7pm. Reach out to sagemagazine@gmail.com with any questions. The deadline for your SAGE Stories pitch is Friday, April 17th. Submit today!

(No more than 200 words)