How do I submit an article to HNN for publication?HNN
HNN reaches a large number of readers. The website attracts some 300,000 unique visitors a month and 10 million hits a month. Writing for HNN can help you find an audience for your ideas and publications.
HNN encourages readers to send in articles for possible publication concerning subjects in their area of expertise. Because we need to be able to assure our readers that writers are experts in the areas they discuss, we request that all submissions be accompanied by a resume.
If you have a book coming out an op ed can be an ideal way to draw attention to it. We've found that a good op ed can push readers to buy a book they otherwise would pass up. Of course, we'd happily feature the book jacket along with the article (and provide a link to Amazon or whichever website you wish).
Successful op eds make an argument that takes the reader from point A to point B. They should either tell the reader something new or frame an old issue in a new way. Articles may include the author's opinion but primarily serve as vehicles for informed analysis with an emphasis on history.
HNN encourages the wide dissemination of information and therefore allows other publications to reprint our articles unless the author expressly requests copyright protection.
Writers should know that HNN allows search engines such as Google and Yahoo to use spiders to search the archives and post search results.
The editor reserves the right to select the title of any piece published by HNN.
Once a piece has been published the author relinquishes the right to withdraw it.
Please be sure to tell us how you would like to be identified.
If possible, articles should be forwarded by email as a Microsoft WORD attachment. If this is impossible, please simply paste the article into an email. Submissions should be sent to us at the following address: email@example.com. A response can be expected within seven business days. Please contact us again if you haven't received a message within that time frame as emails occasionally get lost.
When you submit a piece for publication please indicate if it is a draft. Otherwise, the editor will assume the piece is in its final form and he will edit and post it in HNN's system. Writers are strongly discouraged from asking to make changes in pieces after they have been accepted in their final form as this requires laborious re-editing.
Article length may vary depending on subject matter. Most articles run about 1,000 words. Only in rare cases should footnotes be included -- instead, please use embedded links.
Authors should disclose in advance to the editor any potential conflict of interest they have which may affect their objectivity--or may appear to do so.
Finally: We encourage all historians who write for HNN to become a member. Membership is free. All you have to do is sign up for our thrice weekly newsletter by clicking here.
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