MIT Technology Review is looking for writers

February 27, 2022

Posted by Margarita Sanabria

MIT Technology Review is looking for CITY pitches for MIT Technology Review. How is technology transforming the built environment for better/worse? What does a a walkable city become when dinner, entertainment, and shopping is delivered to your front door? Why do people keep trying to build cities from scratch? Etc.

People are also welcome to pitch on any technology-related topics (and I have a very expansive definition of technology: mortality, infrastructure, culture, identity, the body, etc.) any time.


The mission of MIT Technology Review is to make technology a greater force for good by bringing about better-informed, more conscious technology decisions through authoritative, influential, and trustworthy journalism. It reports on a broad range of new technologies, informing its audiences about how important breakthroughs will impact their careers and lives.


  • Write a short introduction about yourself
  • Include a paragraph highlighting your writing experience, relevant credentials and publication credits
  • Attach links to your strongest work or portfolio, and online profile.


  •  $1.50/word.


For more information, visit their website.

Please email all questions and submissions to Allizon Arieff, Editorial Director of Print at MIT Technology Review at:

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