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The Black Lion features articles by Reviewers, Travelers, Photographers, Essayists, & Individuals with differing worldviews & life perspectives

TAST 2.1 Literary and Reading Event At The Wine Lover In Hillcrest, San Diego, CA
TAST 2.1 Literary and Reading Event At The Wine Lover In Hillcrest, San Diego, CA

The Black Lion is a humble interdisciplinary journal that features articles on Academia, Reviews, Aesthetics, Interviews, and Inspiration, as well as Informative articles on writerly events and experiences. Our mission is to honor and share differing and underrepresented worldviews by overcoming boundaries that oppress and discriminate others based on one’s sex, gender, sexuality, ethnicity/nationality, age, class, and/or economic status. By working alongside writers, readers, artists, and academics, TBL Journal aims to produce content that is diverse, that surpasses traditional molds of authenticity and legitimacy, and that recognizes differing and underrepresented truths and realities. Our goal is to show a strong respect for the written word, for past histories, and for different cultures and art.

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Joining The Black Lion Journal Is Easy

It’s been 4 years since I humbly started TBL Journal and it has gone through plenty of reincarnations since. Bloggers and writers know that this is the business of having a blog, a journal, or a lit mag — things evolve because they must evolve to keep up with whatever goals and missions were initially set out.

Having said this, TBL Journal’s mission is one that involves honoring and sharing differing and underrepresented world views by overcoming boundaries that oppress and discriminate others based on one’s sex, gender, sexuality, ethnicity/nationality, age, class, and/or economic status.

TBL Journal needs people like you to continue this mission. It’s a dedicated space toward giving value to underrepresented voices, worldviews, and life perspectives. Your voice is valued and appreciated.

TBL Journal has current openings for articles that feature: Event Goers, Academics, Essayists, Reviewers, Travelers, and Photographers. Articles can be shared from your website or can be exclusively written for the Journal.

NOTE: Publication credit other than your own blog plus inclusion of any blog/website links, social media links, and bio are given to all contributors. Visit the Masthead page for a visualization.

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