WWW Blog Submission Guidelines

Thank you for expressing an interest in writing for the Women Writing the West® Blog. 

What kind of content does WWW accept?
– We welcome any content, written by real writers who show an understanding and expertise in a chosen topic.
– Submissions must be useful for building stronger writing platforms, practical or technical, that readers can use immediately or tag for future.
– Previously published work relating a specific topic from the suggested list, is acceptable. 
– WWW cannot work with agency writers and cannot accept submissions that include political or religious views. 
Topics for submission may include, but are not limited to.
– Trending writing topics
– Tips to write better
– Reference books used to enhance writing practices 
– Writing for magazines and periodicals
– Writing for Pleasure 
– Research and Reference topics
– Writing as a business
– How-to topics
– Articles referencing links to podcasts, blogs, and webpages with attention to the art of writing
– Submit a suggestion for a topic 
Check the accepted current list of topics.
Contact the WWW Blog Coordinator if unsure your topic fits criteria.
Recommended length: 500 – 1000 words.
– Must be useful to the readers of this blog.
– Must be grammatically correct, well written, and ready for print.
– Formats for written submissions: Word,  Docx, and Pages.
– Formats for image submissions: JPEG or PNG.
Author Bio Guidelines.
Recommended length: 2-3 sentences (50-75 words).
Links: 2-3 (website, social media).
Clear close-up headshot. 100 x 100 pixels – JPEG or PNG format.
Common Sense Guidelines
– Use of short paragraphs, subheadings and bullet lists helps to break up an article.
– Proofread.
– Some editing (minimal) may be required to fit WWW Blog format.
– WWW retains the right to decline post submissions.
– WWW may take up to two weeks to respond to submissions.
– By submitting to Women Writing the West Blog you agree to allow your submission, in its entirety or in part, to be shared on WWW public social media platforms.
– Attribute sources for quotes, photographs, paraphrased material, and links.
– Pictures and written submissions MUST be submitted as individual file attachments.
Submission Guidelines Check List
Email submission through WWW Blog Coordinator 
Subject line to include: WWW Blog
Include each element (written article, photographs, links) as individual attachment.
Links Related to Blog Submissions
Submit to WWW Blog Coordinator ~ List of Accepted Topics
Print Guidelines: Use the Print Icon in the Share This section below
WWW Blog Submission GuidelinesWomen Writing the West reserves the right to make changes to the blog submission guidelines at any time. Updated January 2022
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