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Author(s): Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Publication (Outlet/Website): Canadian Atheist

Publication Date (yyyy/mm/dd): 2019/09/17

For those who have been wanting to write articles or conduct interviews, or who want to explore some of the literary world of the secular, sometimes, it might seem as if only a few individuals or a few handfuls may be the consistent writers and contributors to the variety of secular and freethought publications floating around on the web. Not necessarily true, but an understandable sentiment.

If you have been wanting to submit an article or an interview, or poetry, or imagery themed on some freethought or secular, or humanistic issue, personally, I would love to view them and consider them for submission in Canadian Atheist and its growing audience of the non-religious readership and, probably, some secular-curious religious citizens in this maple-leafed land.

In any case, if you would like to submit reflective pieces, love letters to the universe, dating advice for the freethought singles, statements of the importance of human rights activism (e.g., children’s rights, women’s rights, LGBTI+ rights, and so on), scientific proposals as to the reasons for belief or non-belief, poetic musings on the nature of consciousness and the universe, interviews with ordinary secular or religious folks or high-falutin’ freethought people with extraordinarily long and complicated position titles, plug an organization or a particular news item, or simply vent about negative experiences in community or just provide right praise about the positive times in community, please send to

All emails are read, not all responded to, though.


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