Junction Magazine creates, collects, and curates stories — of all forms — that represent, inspire, and amuse our community. Through storytelling, we strive for a more connected and collaborative Upper Valley. Junction fuels your curiosity and reflects the wonderful wildness of this place we all call home.
Junction Magazine founder James Napoli has moved to Minneapolis. With his blessing, a local collective has decided to re-launch the magazine, and we invite you to contribute.
Call for Submissions:
Junction Magazine is a volunteer operated publication. We are unable to compensate contributors financially.
Pitches and submissions should fit into one or several of our categories/ subject areas: arts and culture, food and farm, people, wild, photo essays, and the calendar.
Pitches should be emailed to the most relevant section editor: arts and culture, food and farm , people, wild, photo essays, and the calendar. If you are uncertain which section is most appropriate, you can email submissions, and we will forward to the appropriate section editor.
Submissions are published at the discretion of the editorial board.
Please put the subject and format of your submission in your email subject line (i.e. photo essay: UV swimming holes).
Previously unpublished content is preferred.
Junction uses the Chicago Manual of Style.
Submissions should be sent in Word or Google Doc format.​​​​​​​ Photos should be JPEG or PNG, with a maximum size of 1024 x 768 pixels and 72 dpi.
Contributors will need to disclose any conflicts of interest, and provide own fact-checking, with sources.
Contributors are responsible for securing rights and permissions for photographs, as applicable.
Contributors retain copyright to their work.