Public Parking is currently seeking critical thinkers, attentive cultural observers, and meticulous point-makers to write for the publication. We are also seeking visual artists interested in using the publication as a testing space to write adjacent to, or discursively alongside their own or a peers studio practice.
See all specifications for pitching, our features, and their respective fees here.
Before you make any pitches, please spend some time with our recently featured entries to get a careful sense of the publication and its contents. Priority will be given to first-time contributors to the publication.
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Public Parking is a journal for critical thought, ideas, storytelling, arguments, and discovery through tangential conversations.