Prospective Contributing Editor Submissions Welcome


Upcoming: LEJv.002 The Sacral & The Sacred 


In 350 words or less let us know why you will be an asset to LEJ; be free, be liberated in your communication. we want to hear your heartfelt, passionate view about one of these areas of specialization: critical theory, art, music, literature, photography.

LEJ takes a New Journalism approach to content. Read CW Anderson's essay for more detail about the style we are looking for. In addition to your perspective editor 350 word essay, if you want to send links to your work or relevant interviews featuring you feel free to do so. However, the initial essay is our introduction to your editorial perspective so craft with love. Upon receipt of your materials we'll do some vetting and then may contact you with additional questions.

Again, thanks so much for your interest in making Limit Experience Journal an asset to forward leaning thinkers, artists, and writers around the world. We are building a community based on the idea of creative freedom and are honored by your interest in participating. 

Please note this is a voluntary position. Of course, we'll lavish you with public accolades and referrals so that your time with us catapults you to even greater heights (details upon interview).  


While considering your involvement and support of this project feel free to peruse our new website. We are currently establishing the infrastructure for the new issue. Take a look and consider how you might involve yourself. Propose well thought out ideas for a blog series perhaps.

- LEJ Editing Team

In 350 words or less let us know why you will be an asset to LEJ; be free, be liberated in your communication. we want to hear your heartfelt, passionate view about one of these areas of specialization: critical theory, art, music, literature, photography.

LEJ takes a New Journalism approach to content. Read CW Anderson's essay for more detail about the style we are looking for. In addition to your perspective editor 350 word essay, if you want to send links to your work or relevant interviews featuring you feel free to do so. However, the initial essay is our introduction to your editorial perspective so craft with love. Upon receipt of your materials we'll do some vetting and then may contact you with additional questions.

Again, thanks so much for your interest in making Limit Experience Journal an asset to forward leaning thinkers, artists, and writers around the world. We are building a community based on the idea of creative freedom and are honored by your interest in participating.

Please note this is a voluntary position. Of course, we'll lavish your attention to the journal and the writers with whom we collaborate with public accolades and referrals. Your time with us may even catapult you to even greater heights.

While considering your involvement and support of this project feel free to peruse our new website. We are currently establishing the infrastructure for the new issue. Take a look and consider how you might involve yourself. Propose well thought out ideas for a blog series perhaps.

Here are the character traits required for this position:

- Prompt responses to team emails.

- Eager and informed involvement with submitter's work.

- Ability to articulate what's working and what's not working with a piece in writing to the editorial team and to the author of the work.

- A sense of what's possible for the growth of the journal as LEJ becomes more apparent in the world of libidinal activism and transformation.

- Signing in once a week to LEJ Team's private group to comment, ask questions and take on collaborations with the journal's internal and external activities.

- A one year commitment to LEJ's growth. We publish four times a year so there is an ebb and flow to the publishing calendar's to do list. You can take on as much as you'd like to learn about the inner workings of a growing lit journal or maintain an even flow with the core of LEJ, the editorial/author interactions

That said, having fun is a huge component to our relationships with the journal and one another. So, in advance, a heartfelt thanks for what you will bring to our mission.

Untether Your Creativity!

Auguste Hill, LEJ Editor-In-Chief & the LEJ Team