We will accept a rough first draft of your article, or an article outline summarising the article purpose and content . The more information you give us, the better we can understand your proposal and make an informed decision about publishing your work. If the work is reprinted, we ask the writer to provide acknowledgment of your original publication in the Curator Magazine.
You can include links to previously published work, if helpful, though prior bylines are not a requirement for us to consider your work for publication. In fact, we enjoy working with new and emerging writers. We also publish posts from Guest/Community Bloggers as a way to help promote events, projects, CDs, films, Kickstarter/crowdfunding campaigns, or other ventures, via editorial content. If you start out as a Guest/Community Blogger and continue to submit posts, you can develop into a Contributing Blogger, subject to our Editors’ discretion. Engage Art welcomes guest posts by members of the Engage Art Community or art & faith professionals that offer diverse, relevant, and uplifting perspectives on art and faith. C) The editorial team will not consider a review by a writer who collects the work of the artist in question.
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The second way to get your content published on the site is to approach us with your own ideas, simply by emailing us through the Contact page with your pitch. If we like what we see, you’ll usually receive a response from us within 7-10 business days. The Art of Travel is one of the largest travel media and publication houses, a hybrid of a travel encyclopedia, FREE destination travel guides, and long-form travelblogs. Whether you’re a long-time practitioner of yoga or meditation, an Ayurveda expert, a wellness enthusiast, or researcher and influencer in the fields of integrative medicine we want to hear your story!
We will also then let you know as soon as your article has gone live and is ready for sharing with your audience. As a way of continuing to expand our personal libraries, we publish occasional collections of 5-7 books grouped by theme. We’re interested in featuring general market books–memoirs, graphic narrative works, essay collections, short stories, novels, poetry collections… we want to read it all. Guest posts with links to websites unrelated to arts, crafts, party and lifestyle will not be accepted. Built upon a proud 20-year heritage, ArtsHub is Australia’s leading independent online resource dedicated to the world of the arts. Our passionate team actively pursues a vision of being a world-class arts and culture publishing, media and marketplace business that significantly contributes to developing a dynamic, diverse and prosperous arts industry.