Culture @ the Olympics is a not-for-profit magazine focused on Games time culture news.
We report on everything that makes the Games tick – except the sport itself… Our focus is the culture, art, activism, creativity, values, ethics, technologies and peoples that make the Olympics possible, meaningful, celebrated or contested.
Our reporters have been covering the Games since Sydney 2000 and our freelance writers are from all over the world.
Beyond news content, C@tO also publishes commentaries, position pieces, original papers, presentations, and working papers about the non-sporting elements of the Olympic programme of approximately 1,000-3,000 words.
All submissions are subject to editorial guidance and must be written for a non-specialist audience.
We accept papers in English, French, or Spanish and will publish them in their original language.
The serial’s ISSN number is 1747-4698 and the publication is available for free via the website.
Work is copyright protected by a Creative Commons license.