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GUTS is looking for writers to contribute to our blog. The GUTS blog is updated regularly and does not coincide with the release of our issues.

We encourage informal essays, interviews, reviews, rants, stories, letters, visual art and photojournalism. Pieces would ideally be no less that 500 and no more than 2500 words.

If you are interested in contributing to the GUTS blog, forward inquiries, pitches and proposals to gutsmag @ gmail.com

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