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** Accepting Submissions **

We are currently accepting submissions from individuals who are interested in writing on a regular basis (Authors) or those interested in submitting occasional content (contributing writers). Our writers are volunteers who share our passion for empowering and liberating families, communities and individuals.

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Candidates should have a strong command of the English language, the ability to correct grammatical and spelling errors before your final submission and have some knowledge of online writing.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • The ability to write with flair
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Strong initiative
  • Great time management skills

Dope Black Woman is a great platform for those seeking to gain experience writing. Our Authors and contributors are allowed to post a byline with their online article including links to their website, blog and social media platform. Only authors will have the ability to customize an online profile which will be visible to our audience. This will help increase traffic back to your personal website and increase your following on social media sites. All writers (authors/contributors) maintain all rights to the content submitted for publication within DBW. However, your voluntary submission grants us permission to publish any work sent to our publisher or uploaded to our network/website to be shared with the Dope Black Woman audience. We maintain the right to approve or disapprove any submission at any time.

Authors set their own writing schedule, but must submit at least two blog posts per month. There is no requirement for contributors who wish to share their work with our platform. Writers have the ability to choose topics, however there are times we will request submissions on particular topics according to the season-specific themes. If you would like to join us complete the form below and we will contact you via email with further steps.

*We will never republish your work without written consent.