Incorporated in 2019 by Dan Fisher, Uncommon Ground Media is a company focused on exploring new ideas, critiquing old ones and bringing unique perspectives to the foreground.
We aim to be as transparent and communicative as possible to those who submit articles to us.
If you have a pitch for an article or an article submission you would like to pitch to Uncommon Ground, please contact us at: email@example.com
We take submissions on topics including but not limited to current affairs, politics, science, philosophy, education and religion.
Articles for Uncommon Ground Media typically range from 500-1500 words, but this limit is flexible and can be negotiated with the editors according to the needs of the article.
Please include a draft of your submission or a short statement outlining the topic you intend to write about in your email. When submitting a piece, ensure that all relevant citations, sources, diagrams and images are included. Pieces without relevant citations will not be accepted until these are included. Please allow up to three working days for a response to submissions. We endeavour to respond to all submissions, whether they are successful or unsuccessful.
Legal and Business Information
Uncommon Ground Media Limited is a private, limited company registered in the United Kingdom of Great Britain by Daniel Fisher. All site decisions, including the publishing of articles, are decided by consensus amongst the management team.
The publication of an individual on our website does not represent an endorsement of their views. As part of our mission we intend to share not only articles which we agree with, but all those which present interesting and novel approaches to an issue, even when they challenge our currently held beliefs.
Libel and factually incorrect material
Uncommon Ground Media Limited makes every effort to ensure that its articles have no libellous material and no material which is factually incorrect. Please contact us if you encounter any issues with an article published on our site. Every effort will be made to review, edit and even remove articles if we fail in this respect.