The Intraracial Colorism Project, Inc.

             

 

 

 

       

Complexity Magazine

Complexity Magazine is the official magazine of The Intraracial Colorism Project, Inc.  Founded in 2013, Complexity focuses on colorism, culture, diversity, ethnicity, global issues, identity, mixed race, multiculturalism, race, social justice, societal issues and societal unity.  

We will publish quality content and explore new perspectives in colorism, diversity, identity, mixed race, multiculturalism, race, social justice, societal issues and societal unity. Content will include articles, essays, poetry, commentaries, interview summaries, book reviews and special thematic issues.

Mission:

To be the leading magazine that explores new perspectives in colorism, diversity, identity, mixed race, multiculturalism, race, social justice, societal issues and societal unity. Rich in a culture of diversity, we represent the change needed in society.  

Magazine Staff

We are seeking staff for this start-up magazine that will be published online with a special print edition published in 2015.  Staff will be expected to attend virtual staff meetings (via Skype or conference call) as needed.  Please note that all positions listed below are unpaid at this time. We are interested in innovative ideas and creative styles.

Associate Editor: The editor is in charge of setting editorial policy and is responsible for the editorial content of the magazine. Guides writers, holds weekly virtual meetings with team designer, photographer, writer, etc.) responsible for monitoring  all stages of content development before publication. 

Managing Editor:                                                                   
Sets schedules and coordinates the editorial, art and production departments to make sure that the magazine is published on time.

Features Assistant Editor: Plans and assigns stories for certain sections/corners of the magazine and may assist in general planning and assignments.  The position will work with writers, photographers, designers and illustrators. This position may also be responsible for covering events and writing regular features.

Art Director: The Art Director is responsible for the visual appeal of the magazine (photography and illustrations) and supervises the magazine layout. Duties also include setting the design and format of the magazine.

Photographers: Responsible for photography.

Promotion Manager: Handles all public relations duties and will help publicize the magazine by arranging interviews, contacting and securing sponsors and/or other events.

Contest Manager: Responsible for developing, writing, and overseeing all contest related content, notices, policies, and submissions.

Marketing: Responsible for marketing and advertisements in each magazine.

Section/Column Writers: Responsible for writing subject matter specific content, conducting interviews, verifying information, writing drafts of articles and coordinating content with other staff.

If you are interested, please forward your resume and writing sample to magazine@colorismproject.com  

Content Sections

  • Culture and Ethnicity
  • Global Issues
  • Family Corner (will include children)
  • Teen Corner
  • Women’s Corner
  • Men’s Corner
  • Education Corner
  • College Corner
  • Employment Corner
  • Ask the Dr. Column
  • Theatre/Music/Media Corner
  • Economics and Wealth Corner
  • Health/Beauty/Fitness Corner
  • Controversial issues
  • Contests (poetry, essay, short stories, artistic, photography, etc.)