Submissions for the first Free Speech journal now open

Entries for the first edition of the Free Speech journal are now being accepted. To enter, please head to the submissions page for contact details and full terms and conditions.

The Free Speech journal is a quarterly publication of political, social and economic thought from Britain’s pioneering free thinkers. Advocating classical liberal and libertarian perspectives, Free Speech aims to spotlight alternative ideas and original writing talent from those whose voices have been silenced by the mainstream.

We will accept non-fiction articles up to 5,000 words from writers resident in the United Kingdom only. The material may be on any genre, but should ideally focus on classical liberal / libertarian beliefs and instil a sense of liberty, freedom, truth and justice in the reader. Work that challenges the orthodoxy, explores niche concepts or steps outside the box will be regarded positively by our reviewers.

Any images included in your article must be royalty free with creative commons distribution rights, or taken by yourself by which you grant Blacklist Press Ltd. the right for their use in any and all publications we may produce and in any format. Please note that all articles must follow the Harvard referencing system; main body parentheses and a final bibliography for each article. You may submit up to three articles per edition. There is no charge for Free Speech submissions.

This journal intends to expand the reach of classical liberal and libertarian ideas to a wider audience as well as break down academic barriers to knowledge and education. The first edition is expected for publication in March 2021.

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