Notes from Below is a socialist journal that uses class composition analysis to ground revolutionary politics in the perspective of the working class.

Written contributions are divided into four types: “Inquiry” which involves original research into class composition; “Bulletins” written for and by workers and militants; “Theory”, perspectives on working class struggle from the most advanced and relevant parts of theoretical debate; and “History”, pieces about the historical co-development of class struggle and capitalist exploitation. Within this, we are flexible about the form contributions take. For example, they can involve original research, interviews, reporting, or new perspectives. Similarly, we can also host podcasts and videos on the website if this form is more suitable for the content.

Issue 3 of Notes from Below, The Worker and the Union, was published in August 2018. A new call for contributions will be launched for Issue 4 in the near future.

We’re always looking for pitches, even if they’re unrelated to the topic of the upcoming issue. Send us an email at editors@notesfrombelow.org. We would recommend reading pieces in previous issues to get a sense of what we’re looking for.