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Digits & Threads Submission Form

Thanks for submitting your pitch to Digits & Threads. We accept submissions on a rolling basis. We reply to all submissions; please allow three to four to hear from us before checking in with Interim Editor Michelle Woodvine, [email protected].
Digits & Threads is committed to working with contributors of all backgrounds and is especially keen to work with those from equity-seeking communities. We are also happy to work with contributors who have never been published nor worked professionally in this context; as such, the field below asking for a writing sample or portfolio is not required.
Note: If your piece is selected for publication, it must be submitted according to our editorial guidelines, which include sending the file as a Word doc (not Google Docs), with images attached separately from the doc (images can be sent via WeTransfer, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.).

Full Name


In which province or territory do you reside?

[OPTIONAL] Link to Portfolio or Writing Sample:


Please explain your idea. If for an article, lay out the focus and how you will frame it. If for a tutorial, describe the technique and how you will clearly explain it (i.e., will you provide step-by-step instructions? will you include high-quality photos?). If for a project or pattern, do not include full instructions; simply describe the concept.

Upload Supporting Files

If you're submitting a tutorial or pattern pitch, please submit a sketch. Do not submit completed articles or patterns.

Tell us a bit about yourself.

Let us know your writing experience, if any; your experience writing craft tutorials, if relevant; why you are uniquely qualified to cover the topic you're pitching.