Guest Posting Opportunities

I’m interested in offering more guest posting opportunities. I’ve posted guest posts in the past for specific series – on evangelicalism, on homeschooling, on purity rings, etc. But I’m open to doing more than that.

As my blog has grown, I’ve come to appreciate the power the blogosphere offers for creating and developing, spreading, and disseminating ideas and viewpoints. While reading the comments left by readers over the past month and a half I’ve also come to appreciate the untapped talent blogs like mine have the potential to attract. I’d therefore like to take advantage of the platform I have here to showcase the ideas of others as well.

What sorts of posts am I looking for? Simply put, I’m interested in posts that touch on the same array of themes I generally blog on: feminism, atheism, evangelicalism, parenting, the Christian Right, social and political commentary.

So here’s the deal: If you have an idea for a post, email me with your pitch and I’ll take a look. My email is lovejoyfeminism (at) gmail (dot) com. Make sure to include your name or pseudonym and a brief bio. I’m looking forward to reading what you come up with!

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About Libby Anne

Libby Anne grew up in a large evangelical homeschool family highly involved in the Christian Right. College turned her world upside down, and she is today an atheist, a feminist, and a progressive. She blogs about leaving religion, her experience with the Christian Patriarchy and Quiverfull movements, the detrimental effects of the "purity culture," the contradictions of conservative politics, and the importance of feminism.

  • BabyRaptor

    I don’t have any real ideas for a guest post at the moment, but I would be happy to share my stories either of growing up fundie Christian or of my abortion for your respective series on those topics if you want them.

  • J-Rex

    Same here. I can’t think of anything at the moment, but every now and then I wish I had a blog for all the thoughts I had. It would only get written in once a year, so guest posting might be fun.

  • Isaac

    Libby Anne, I’d like to participate in this project but I’m not sure if my subject material is what you’re looking for right now- I have an entry to the Raised Evagelical project that I don’t recall sending yet, if you still have use for those, and I’d also be interested in addressing the relationship between the atheist/non-religious movement and feminism, since the two clash quite a bit (and I believe, often unfairly on part of the new atheist movement).

  • Hilary

    Can I do a book review of “Dance of Anger” or “Dance of Intimacy” ? I’m amazed at the fortitude to get through CTBHHM, I’d have ritually burned the book by now. I’d love to have a post or two about healthy, positive relationships with good boundaries and communication. I think we all would benefit from a book about good boundaries with initmate people, even/especially when they are difficult. I gave away my copy of “Anger” because I was a librarian in a past life, but I remeber her spending time seriously going over womens anger, how it’s been belittled, denied, even used against us.

    Harriet Lerner does have a few things in common with Debi Pearl. They are both American women of European descent, they are both religous, and they both write about women’s relationships and families. However Harriet is a liberal Jewish feminist, has a real degree is psychology, is in an egalitarian marriage and raises feminist sons. If Debi is an invasive pathogen on your relationship, Harriet is the antibody immune response.

    I’d consider it an honor.


    • Libby Anne

      Send you an email. :-)