As founder and editor, I want Corymbus to be a place that provides in-depth perspectives on classical music from a variety of voices. It’s already had a great range of contributions, touching on such diverse fields as the feminist theory of matriarchy, the history of pilgrimage, and the classical Scottish bagpipe tradition.
No qualifications or credentials are required to submit to Corymbus, though writing experience is desirable. The ethos of the site is to prioritise quality over quantity, so I am looking for thoughtful, well researched and compelling writing.
If you are interested in contributing an article, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, and describe your proposal in a few sentences.
Please note that unfortunately Corymbus does not receive sufficient funding to offer fees at present – and this is something I would very much like to see change. For more information on supporting the website see the funding page.
Simon Brackenborough, founder and editor of Corymbus.