Submissions are permanently OPEN. We promise to go through every single one and get back to you with honest feedback (it might take us up to 2 weeks).

Submissions@readpublichouse.com
Kaylee@readpublichouse.com

GUIDELINES

We won’t slap you with a cringy guidelines page. Instead, have a browse through our website, you’ll find that our average article is about 500 words. We don’t do many short stories or poems but we are still open to it. Cartoons, audio and video are also welcome. We are very much against censorship and political correctness, having said that, if you want to talk politics we would advise you to keep it light and fun. We love personal stories with a twist and wacky opinions. The sky is the limit!

FORMAT

Hope you’ve heard of email.

We all have Macs over here, anything normal like Pages or Word will be fine but if you are running a weird word processor just paste it in the body of your email. Feel free to attach your Twitter handle, blog or even FB (we like stalking prospective comrades).

THE C WORD

You own the copyrights to the content you submit to PublicHouse.

By submitting your content to us, you give us a nonexclusive license to publish it or print it in our quarterly issue. We may also use your content to promote PublicHouse.

You’re responsible for the content you submit. This means you assume all risks related to it, including someone else’s reliance on its accuracy, or claims relating to intellectual property or other legal rights.

You’re welcome to submit content that you’ve published elsewhere, as long as you have the rights you need to do so. By submitting content posted somewhere else, you are representing that you have the right to do so. For example, you are posting a work that’s in the public domain, used under license (including a free license, such as Creative Commons), or fair use.

We can remove any content already posted for any reason.

Jobs, internships, collaborations…

We are always on the lookout for new talent, and we’ll always be needing help.
Email us at getinvolved@readpublichouse.com

NO CVs PLEASE

We acknowledge the importance of CVs in the mainstream corporate world, but that is not our style. That is why Public House runs a permanent  NO CVs program. You can disclose your relevant experience in a simple paragraph. Looking forward to hearing from you.

jobs@readpublichouse.com

Cheers!

-PH