Here’s what you need to know:
Thank you for your interest in publishing in Analysing Minds
Analysing minds supports creative thinking and innovative ideas. If you have an article you want to share with the audience don’t hesitate to contact us.
Share your knowledge and experience and promote personal and professional growth with us.
Send us your article at firstname.lastname@example.org. An experienced team of experts will contact you shortly with the details.
Submit pitches and completed articles for consideration.
For an article pitch, please include:
- The title you think would work best for the article.
- The interesting fact or thing you’ll be covering and what angle you plan to take.
Original Content: We ask that posts submitted be unique and original to Analysing Minds.
Value for the readers: Show you know and care about the community here by explaining what kind of value they’ll get from spending their precious time reading/listening/watching this.
Content: Your article is desirable to be in line with the the content of AM. This requirement does not limit you to send us your article if it considers that it will be useful to our audience.
If you seek compensation, please indicate this clearly in your pitch, and whether the article has been published elsewhere. Any payment must be agreed by the editor in advance.
Post length: 800 – 1500 words long.
Before you submit:
Added your name, email, website, Twitter handle, and Google+ profile link to the top of your post?
Included your two-sentence bio at the top of your post.
Here’s what happens after you hit send:
An editor will review your submission and determine whether it’s a potential fit. If so, the whole team will review and discuss it. This typically happens once a week.
Your submissions will be run through our editorial staff. For the most part, our editors just scan for typos and grammar.
We’ll schedule you for an upcoming issue as soon as revisions are complete.