BookBusinessMag.com Contributor Guidelines
Thank you for your interest in writing for Book Business. We're eager to hear about your latest industry blog. But first, some housekeeping...
Below you'll find some guidelines for what a blog post should and shouldn't look like.
Above all, we are looking for lessons learned, tips, anecdotes, and commentary on industry news and trends. We want to hear real insight from real people. Share your successes and failures. Above all, contributions should help inform our audience of book publishing professionals.
Contributions should not be self-promotional. Drawing on the experiences you've gained from running your business, of course, is welcome if insightful.
Blog post contributions will be bylined.
Blog posts should not be written by a PR or marketing team-they should be written by you. We know the difference.
Blog post contributions are unpaid.
Yes, we will link to your website, Twitter, etc.
Blog posts should be short: Approx. 400-600 words is ideal, but never over 1000.
Keep it professional. Critiques and opinion pieces should be substantiated, well-formulated arguments and never personal attacks.
Please include a short bio (25-30 words) of yourself that explains who you are and what makes you a worthy commentator on the publishing industry.
By submitting contributions to us you are authorizing us to publish in any capacity we see fit.
We may-and likely will-edit your piece for tone, content, and clarity.
Please review past blog posts to get a sense of what kinds of contributions we are looking for: http://www.bookbusinessmag.com/channel/blogs
Before you send your blog, please pitch us a brief idea (3-5 sentences) and if it serves our audience, we'll consider it for publication. Please include in your post why you are knowledgeable on this topic.
Book Business maintains very selective standards for outside contributions: not all submissions will be published. We will try our very best to respond to all submissions.