Submitting and Pitching to ReviewsInn: A Writer’s Guide

1. Nominate an Editor’s Pick

If you’ve come across an exceptional story published elsewhere, consider nominating it for our coveted Editor’s Picks section. Here’s how:

  • Twitter/X: Reach out to us on Twitter/X by sending a direct message (DM) or sharing the story in a tweet. Tag us @ReviewInn.
  • Email: Alternatively, you can email us the link at

2. Pitch an Original Story

ReviewsInn welcomes submissions and pitches from writers and journalists worldwide. Here are the details:

  • What We Accept:
    • Original work (non-fiction)
    • Researched and reported essays
    • Critical essays
    • Columns
  • What We Don’t Accept:
    • Fiction
    • Deeply investigative features (not considering these at the moment)
  • Submission Process:
    • Email your essay submissions, story pitches, reading list ideas, and other queries to our main editorial inbox:

3. Essays and Columns

  • Word Count:
    • Essays and columns typically range from 2,000 to 6,000 words.
    • Longer pieces or series may be considered based on subject matter.
  • Writers:
    • We collaborate with established, emerging, and unpublished writers and journalists.
  • Personal Essays:
    • Submit personal essays on spec.
    • We’re interested in smart, unexpected angles and compelling voices across various topics.
    • Our personal essay rate is $500.
  • Researched and Reported Essays:
    • Pitch your researched and reported essays.
    • Rates start at $500, with fees adjusted based on research requirements and total word count.
    • All essays and columns, including personal essays, undergo fact-checking as necessary.

Feel free to explore these opportunities, and we look forward to hearing from you!