Community standards are in the-works. For the meanwhile, here are the guidelines regarding your portrait and mini bio.
I've made my submission, what happens next?
After you have made your submission you will immediately receive an email requesting a portrait and mini bio. These two things will be posted at the bottom of your historia. Respond to this email with the following:
A portrait/professional picture of yourself: This will be added at the bottom of your historia. Click here to see how this will look. This can also be a picture of you doing something you like to do (ex: hobby, teaching, laughing, chillin', etc.). Please make sure this picture is high resolution. If you submit a half- or full-body portrait, we will crop this picture at a 1:1 and only post your face. If you submit a picture of you doing something you like, we will publish the whole picture...just make sure it can be cropped at a 1:1 ratio. These pictures will be thumbnails at the bottom of your historia.
Mini bio: This is a short description of yourself that will also be posted at the bottom of your historia. Again, click here to see how this will look. 10-40 word max. This word count does not include your contact information or social media information (we will add that on our end). If you need a bit of help with this, see this (don't stress too much about this part though...just make sure you're sharing what you want and that you are writing with honestidad).
Being forced to publish anonymously?
We understand some people cannot afford to share their thoughts publicly due to work or specific life circumstances. For that reason, BMM also publishes work anonymously. We highly discourage you share your historias anonymously, but, if this is your case, let us know in your response to the email we send you—we will respect that.
Can men write for Brown Mujeres Media?