Pitch Your Story
Residence 11 is looking for original essays that fall under our categories of coverage (if you’re unfamiliar, read some articles on the site first). A good pitch will include in brief: your proposed topic, how you plan to write it, and a sentence or two about yourself. Links to your other stories are always worth including as well. Please keep your initial submission 500 words or less.
Submit Your Writing For Publication
Residence 11 is looking for short fiction in the categories of romance, erotica, or personal essays that contain narratives related to the topics we cover on the site (if you’re unfamiliar, spend some time reading through our catalog first). A good submission should be in the range of 140 to 250 words, and should be otherwise unpublished. It’s okay if you’re submitting it to other periodicals simultaneously, just make sure to stipulate that in the submission. Please keep your initial submission 500 words or less. We can link to a longer work in the post!
Lucy Fry is writer and speaker from London, England. Her memoir, Easier Ways To Say I Love You, is published by Myriad Editions in February 2020 and tackles themes such as non-monogamy, polyamory, addiction and motherhood. She is also author of ‘Run, Ride, Sink or Swim – a year in the exhilarating and addictive world of women’s triathlon’ published by Faber & Faber in both UK (2015) and USA (2017) and shortlisted for the New Writer Award at Cross Sports Book Awards (2016). Lucy has written widely for various UK publications The Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Mail on Sunday, Women’s Health, Psychologies Magazine and Stylist. She has also been fitness columnist at Sunday Telegraph, fitness-travel-trends columnist at Easy Jet Traveller Magazine and travel editor for Diva Magazine. She has appeared on various radio stations including BBC Radio One, Radio Two, Radio London, Radio Oxford and BBC World Service. She has spoken at Ways With Words Literary Festival, Belfast Book Festival, The Triathlon Show and most recently delivered a 30-minute talk on emotional strength at a Stylist Magazine event held at AllBright women’s private members’ club London. Lucy is also studying to become a psychotherapist. Follow Lucy on twitter @lucycfryView Articles by Lucy Fry
Sarah Burton’s career started in 2006 with a broken heart, a broken down van, and a haphazard tour across Canada in a van named Lucky. This set the tone for an artist life driven by adventure, spontaneity, and a desire to connect with people from all walks of life. 3 Minivans, and several greyhound trips later, Sarah has played 200+ shows a year, released 4 albums and played many festivals across North America, finding and sharing the inspiration for hundreds of songs. Rooted in folk, and skirting pop, rock and country – Sarah’s music is a collage of her own adventures, and the people she meets along the way. Her songs have made their way to the big screen, earned college radio charting in US and Canada and commercial radio play in Canada and Europe.View Articles by Sarah Burton
I am a Certified Eating Psychology Coach, and I host workshops, speak to people around the country, and have programs and products through which I coach people online and in private. My mission is to impact as many people as possible to continually create the next best version of themselves, and love the skin they're in every single day.View Articles by Tessie Tracy
Zoe Kors worked as senior editor and creative director of LA Yoga Magazine and Origin Magazine. Following a life-changing education in the philosophy and practice of Tantra, she became a certified co-active coach and began working worked with clients “to reintroduce healthy sexuality and intimacy after the trauma of betrayal.”View Articles by Zoë Kors
Cleo Johnson currently lives in Los Angeles and counts herself lucky to have been at some interesting points in history. She was at the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test in the 60s in San Francisco, was staff in the Carter White House in the 70s, spent days on Wall Street and nights in CBGBs in New York in the 80s, regrets many of her outfits in the 90s, and developed a co-operative social model in the 00s. She’s currently working on her tai chi sword skills as well as performing with a synchronized swim team.View Articles by Cleo Johnson