August 15, 2022

Write for Us

Yes, you. We are always on the lookout for new writers. If you have got an idea that will challenge our subscribers and move our business forward, we would like to hear about it. However, you don’t have to wait for an idea that will redefine internet design. Only aim to attract readers a new perspective on a subject that is keeping you up at night.

We are going to be honest, though: composing for Break Masters takes work. We would like your essay to be at its finest, and we are going to push you to get there. Once approved, you will receive extensive comments from our staff, and you’re going to work closely with an editor on alterations.

It’s also rewarding. Thousands of your coworkers (and possible employers, customers, or publishers) will examine your job, and you will also discover much in the process–about conveying your thoughts, about writing, and about the subject you thought you knew well when you began.

What we are looking for
You can submit a rough draft, either a partial draft or even some brief pitch (a paragraph or two outlining your argument and why it matters to our subscribers) paired with a summary. The more comprehensive your entry is, the greater feedback we may provide you. Remember we only take original articles –we don’t print anything that has been published elsewhere (like on your site).

What we publish
We print posts of everywhere between 600–2,500 words, based on subject complexity. 1,500 words are about typical. Articles frequently run using a customized illustration. Articles could be casual in design and articles –excellent for less-intensive tutorials and articles –or rigorously edited and structured. We all must be well-considered explorations of present and cutting-edge themes in the internet market.

How to submit (and what happens next)
Mail us your entry. We prefer submissions as Google files so that developers can easily offer feedback and advice directly inside your own draft. You could also send us a plaintext document, a Markdown document, or even a URL to an HTML document. (Please don’t send a ZIP file of resources unless asked by an editor.)