TW publishes first-person journalism—features told from the first-person POV of varying lengths, many of which are think pieces about books, movies, well-known authors, literary and cultural trends, or teaching writing. While we publish very few straightforward book reviews in the magazine, we're interested in the personal connections that readers (and writers) make to books and authors.
"Featured Debate" and other TW opinion pieces often focus on the continuing transformation of media and the impact of digital literature. We encourage many different points of view—the more provocative, the better. We ask that a writer’s approach be personal, passionate, and factually accurate. Please avoid an overly academic tone.
In addition, we're always looking for thoughtful essays on our themes. For more information, please see TW's Upcoming Themes.