Pulp accepts freelance and creative work from students.
Contributors can submit content including but not limited to poetry, prose, photo stories, short films, opinion pieces and drawings.
View submission guidelines below.
Some college students mark graduation day on their calendars during their freshman year. For others, that date has been scratched out and rewritten many times.
A regard for basic hygiene is not symptomatic of a mental health disorder, nor is your color-coordinated stationery set.
While originality is not a measure of worth, authenticity has much value.
The hands of gentrification are slowly uprooting the foundation of Austin with soaring property taxes that are forcing Austinites out of their homes. Families like my mother’s, who have been here for more than 90 years, are among the pioneers of the Mexican American communities that are facing gentrification. Though the days of tradition are fading beneath the sparkling infrastructure of investors, our story is vital in understanding and preserving Austin’s true origins.
Breakups are hard and the only thing that helps cure them is time. But how can we successfully get over our exes? Dua Lipa’s iconic rules - don’t answer their calls, don’t let them in, and don’t be their friend, have offered some great tips to get started. Here are ten more that she didn’t mention that should help.
Concert photography captures artists' passion for music through body language and facial expressions.
Ask me how I identify and I will tell you I am white noise on a television screen.
I’m a woman from the deep south. For generations, my family has lived in the swamps of Louisiana. There is much to love about it, much not to love, and much more to reflect on.
When I saw the words “Congratulations! You are admitted to the University of Texas at Austin,” pop up on my computer screen, I bounced out of my seat and squealed with joy. But in that gratifying moment, I never considered what the next year and a half would be like.
By Julio Diaz
Email pitch(es) in paragraph form and attach media (photo, gif, video, illustration, etc.) for each submission.
If you do not provide media, clearly describe your idea for art instead. An ORANGE photographer or designer will fulfill your request.
If media is your Pulp submission (photo story, film, etc.), do not include additional art ideas.
An editor will reply to approve a pitch or provide feedback.
The completed piece is due no later than 2 weeks after the editor’s approval. Extensions allowed.
Include your preferred name and a short bio.
Contributors must be enrolled in UT Austin at the time of submission.
Submitting a pitch or completed work does not guarantee publication. If a piece is on track for publishing, an Editor will send a confirmation email.
If a Pulp contributor requests media from an ORANGE artist, the contributor’s description will be used as a guide. The ORANGE artist ultimately decides all stylistic features and aesthetic preferences.
All submissions are subject to editing and final decisions are made by the Managing Editors and Editors-in-Chief.