Arnemancy is the home for Tarot, magic, hermeticism, and occult philosophy. Our goal is to foster understanding of supernatural and spiritual phenomena and culture, and to foster community.
We have an opportunity for knowledgable community members to make paid contributions to our blog and other digital properties. Blogs should be around 750 words, include links to reputable sites, and be the original content of the contributing writer.
Please do not submit full articles. Please instead submit a short pitch and optional outline. Good topic categories include but are not limited to:
- Hermeticism and Hermetic philosophy (both technical and philosophical Hermetica)
- Grimoire study, technique, and tips
- Esoteric or occult applications of the Art of Memory
- Western esotericism
If your pitch is accepted, you will be given a deadline. Along with your completed article, please include a short author biography and a link to your main website. This biography should include the byline you would like to use and any social media you would like to link to.
Payment is $75 on acceptance and final approval of the article or 5 days before the deadline, whichever is later.
The contributor agrees to 60 days of exclusive use on Arnemancy.com. After that, the contributor is free to repost the blog on their own blog or elsewhere. A link back to the original article on Arnemancy.com would be appreciated.
Arnemancy welcomes pitches from knowledgeable writers regardless of race, class, gender, sexuality, geography, religious or cultural background. Our work is predominantly in English. We especially invite Black, Indigenous, and other people of color to take part. We recognize all genders.
Arnemancy and its partners are committed to embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion. We do not platform work that promotes racism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, or prejudice against any group or individual. While we welcome work that speaks to challenging themes, will never accept work that champions prejudice, rape, sexual assault, child endangerment, or violence.