Article Submission Guidelines:
Thank you for your interest in submitting an article or suggesting a topic to the Writing Community Newsletter. In order to ensure an easy and enjoyable experience, please contact us via the submission form at the end of the guidelines once you’ve read through them.
In order to ensure timely processing of your article,
Please include the requested information and follow the guidelines below:
Information we ask you to include:
Your twitter handle [example: @writingcomm]
Your real name, or a pen name you intend to use for publications
A statement whether you would like to submit an article yourself, or if you would like to suggest a topic.
Is your article written yet? By when do you expect it to be ready?
A 1-4 sentence synopsis of the article.
A 1-4 sentence synopsis of the topic
A reason why you and/or others would like to read this article
A preferred member of the staff who you’d like to write the article, if you have any.
[there is no guarantee the requested staff member will accept]
Guidelines for articles being submitted:
Articles must have some relation to the writing community, writing, reading, books, blogging, etc.
Articles must have approximately 300-800 words, exceptions can be made. include a total word count in your submission.
Articles may not contain adverse statements on or about specific members, or groups in or out of the writing community.
Articles may not include political motives in any form.
Articles can be submitted with associated images for inclusion. [You must have permission to use the image]
Articles can be written and submitted with several authors contributing. [Make sure to include the requested information for all authors contributing to the article]
(DISCLAIMER: Articles cannot be used to advertise your book or work-in-progress)
After you submit an article or suggestion via the submission form below, the editorial staff will consider the submission and inform you about its decision via mail. The editorial staff reserves the rights to decline submitted articles and/or topics.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the guidelines, feel free to reach out to us through our Feedback page.