- Casual, but informative tone. As if you were explaining something to a friend or family member.
- Aim for clarity above wit — don’t use too many metaphors or very niche metaphors
- Be concise & include evidence to support your claims
- Use plenty of subheadings, blockquotes, lists, tables, diagrams, or any other methods of making the article as easy to read/skimmable as possible
What’s The Typical Article Length For Tripsitter?
Our content philosophy is “as short as possible, but as long as it needs to be.” We aim to cover each topic as comprehensibly as possible, but without being repetitive.
How Do I Apply?
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with an introduction and pitch for a new article.
Please read through other articles on our website and use Google search before you submit an idea to make sure it hasn’t already been covered on Tripsitter.
Please include the following in your pitch:
- Your Name
- Short introduction about yourself
- Article outline with suggested headers
- Favorite psychedelic
What Won’t Tripsitter Accept?
Our goal is to publish content that educates and inspires our readers (ideally both). If your submission doesn’t meet either of these criteria, no shade, but it’s not for us. Ask yourself — ”What will readers gain from the article topic?”
We do not accept sponsored posts.
We do not accept short opinion pieces.
We do not accept duplicate articles.
If you include links or mentions to any products or services, we retain the right to remove them from the final version for any reason.
If you include images, you must have the legal right to use them, and they should always include a caption.
We check for plagiarism and will reject any piece that has been plagiarized in any way.
Topics We’re Interested In Covering
- Psychedelic substance profiles
- Philosophical “think” pieces
- Magic mushroom strain analysis
- Legal topics & policy reform coverage
- Microdosing topics
- BIPOC topics in the psychedelic space