Now accepting: Submissions for our spring issue, focused on ethics and morality. Submissions are due by Friday, May 10, and should be 1,500–2,000 words in length. We’d love to hear your thoughts!
We are also always looking for new content that aligns with our publishing vision, and are always looking for new writers to contribute their thoughts. In addition to articles and blogposts, we also accept short stories and artwork, including photography.
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We accept all kinds of submissions, including (but not limited to) short essays, reviews, personal reflections, fiction, and poetry. We are also able to accept short video submissions, although we ask that you email us with your idea before you film or edit.
If you have something you would like to submit please email it as a word document to email@example.com with the subject line beginning “Submission:”. Please include your name, Princeton email/NetID, email (if the one you wish to use is different from the Princeton email), and a short author bio. If you are not a Princeton student or alumnus, we ask that you please tell us how you discovered us as well.
Collaborations and anonymous submissions are also accepted.
All submissions should be well-edited and easily conforms with Revisions’ vision statement. After you are finished writing and editing your article, submit the article for review. An editor will read over your submission and may suggest changes before it is published. We are willing to (time permitting) work with you to improve the quality of your submission if you have doubts about your writing ability or we find that your work has not yet quite matched our standards.
Fiction and poetry submissions may disregard the word-count suggestions. We ask, however, that fiction remain below 5000 words. We are looking for strong, character-driven stories which may illuminate what it means to live in light of the life, death, resurrection, and glory of Christ. Note: This does not mean that it has to have explicitly Christian themes.
We ask that your submission be approximately 500–700 words (a blog post) or 1500–2000 words (a long article). If you wish to write a longer work or a series of posts, please discuss with us about serializing the article. If there are places where your article can be sub-divided into sections, we encourage the use of section-headers and sub-sections in order to organize your article and to improve aesthetics in presentation.
By submitting an article, you are confirming that the article is your own work in accordance with standards of academic integrity. Please cite sources by creating an endnote by enclosing the text in double parentheses in line with the text. We ask that you follow the Chicago Manual of Style when citing. There is no need, however, to have a full bibliography at the end of the article.