Our Editorial Guidelines
We wish to contribute to our community by providing writing that depicts a variety of human perspectives and experiences. This may include writing that is experimental, edgy, or dark, but we will not promote or publish any works that are offensive, stereotypical, or profane; that advance a personal agenda; or that conflict with our Manifesto.
Make no mistake: We are writers. Not young writers. Not aspiring writers. Writers. We recognize our words hold immense power, written or spoken—our voices seismic activity of what is to come. We value the virtue of vulnerability, finding a safe haven of acceptance within the Lighthouse community, unhindered by judgment. We are revolutionary; radically bleeding through pages for a better world, heretics of the generational cookie-cutter image, advocating for authenticity. We grow together in mutual empowerment, spreading our passion for the written word. Using Lighthouse as a home base, we explore and inspire the worlds around us in order to promote self-expression and understanding.