Do you want your work published and your name exposed to a wider audience? Do you want to practice writing about public policy, culture, or the arts? Whether it's about music, government regulations, education, or your area of expertise, you are invited to submit short pitches (two to three paragraphs) to Doublethink. You might even be paid for your work.Doublethink

As you know, Doublethink magazine is AFF's signature publication. Anyone may submit, although we prefer young writers. Short pitches are preferable, but feel free to send completed pieces, along with a summary. There's no need to have previous writing credits, but if you do, it doesn’t hurt to mention them, or even send clips. Submissions can be sent to Joel Gehrke. More information on submission can be found here.

Shorter pieces about professional development, liberty movement trends, and policy can be submitted for consideration in AFF's "Free the Future" blog. Please send your ideas to Heather Curry.

David Brooks wrote in The New York Times that the national conversation has been "powerfully influenced" by several writers who were published in or were editors of Doublethink! You can join the likes of Tim Carney, Reihan Salam, Conor Friedersdorf, and Ramesh Ponnuru. Will you join that list by publishing your work in Doublethink?

AFF Publications Helped Tim Carney Get Started as a Writer


"When I was a 22-year-old cub writer in Washington, just out of college, I got my first freelance piece published by America’s Future Foundation. From there I became a regular columnist for AFF’s publications, which helped me get the training and exposure I needed to advance my career. AFF was an invaluable asset in building skills, friendships, and my career."

Timothy P. Carney
Senior Political Columnist, Washington Examiner