The Recompiler is currently seeking proposals for articles about data "that will teach important skills in a welcoming manner and reveal new perspectives". The deadline for idea submissions is today, 31 October; if you've been thinking about a Data Carpentry-esque lesson you want to teach that doesn't quite fit in a lesson or curriculum right now, maybe this would be a good venue for it. Contributors are paid.
"We look for ideas that will be effective at an advanced beginner to intermediate level of technical knowledge, and that are grounded in the author’s personal experiences. We’re especially interested in work from people who are part of under-represented groups in technology." More about participating at https://recompilermag.com/participate/ and https://recompilermag.com/participate/what-to-expect-if-your-article-is-accepted/ .
I've written for The Recompiler in the past and found the editing experience good, and it's cool that the article shows up in a lovely print magazine first and then online, free for anyone to read.
The Recompiler is a feminist hacker magazine that "helps people learn about technology in a fun, playful way, and highlight a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences. We’re especially interested in infrastructure: the technical and social systems we depend on. We want to share what it’s like to learn and work with technology, and teach each other to build better systems and tools."