- Unsolicited articles are welcome, although submission is always on speculation. Anthology Avenue reserves the right to exercise its editorial judgment and reject any article at any time for any reason.
- Editorial decisions to publish or not to publish an article are made at the discretion of Anthology Avenue and are based on factors including but not limited to: relevance to our audience, interest to readers, relevance and respect to our advertisers and sponsors, as well as space limitations within the publication.
- Submit only exclusive content that has not been published elsewhere (e.g., on websites or in blogs, newsletters, magazines, books, etc.). Anthology Avenue requires first right of refusal and will copyright all works selected for publication. There are no exceptions.
- All submissions will be edited for accuracy, clarity, quality and length. Anthology Avenue does not guarantee that authors will review their work prior to publication.
- Include any applicable charts, graphs and images with your submission, but know that we typically cannot run every chart, graph or image due to space and copyright constraints. Please provide applicable labeling and caption information with these submissions. It is the author’s responsibility to secure the publishing rights to any charts, graphs or images submitted. Submitted charts, graphs and images should not be embedded in Word documents but saved separately as a TIFF, EPS, or JPEG file at 300 dpi resolution. Photos should be largest, high-resolution file size possible.
- Anthology Avenue does not pay authors for unsolicited work that is selected for publication.
- Submitted content should not be promotional in any way. Do not write for yourself or your employer. Write for our unique audience. This is a chance to showcase your thought leadership—not promote your company, products, services, etc. Offer the reader clear takeaways/next steps to maximize the full impact of your contribution.
- The views expressed in all of Anthology Avenue’s publications are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect the official positions or policies of Anthology Avenue.
- None of the original editorial content that Anthology Avenue publishes is influenced by advertisers, politicians, private or industry sponsors, members, investors, partners or collaborators.
- All Anthology Avenue staff abide by the Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics, and all authors interested in writing for the Anthology Avenue are urged to review and follow these guidelines for ethical and responsible editorial behavior.
- Please submit article via e-mail. Include your name, address, company, title and e-mail address. Articles are roughly 750-1,200 words.
- Bios: The author biography should consist of name, a short bio, and relevant social media links.
- Anthology Avenue supports the meaningful exchange of information to help create an environment that fosters the continuation of knowledge, thought leadership and a free exchange of ideas.
- When quoting others’ work, include attributions within the body copy following journalistic, Associated Press style. Do not include footnotes, endnotes or lists of references.
- Anthology Avenue copyrights all original editorial content that is published in its media channels. There are no exceptions.
- All writers whose original submissions are accepted must sign the Anthology Avenue Writers Agreement. By doing so, the writer is saying that he or she is the sole owner of the material and that it is original, and he/she grants Anthology Avenue rights regarding the material, including rights to edit, retitle and reprint it, and to grant permission to others to reprint it. Articles are edited by Anthology Avenue’s staff, who generally rewrite all titles, subtitles, and subheads to conform to the magazine’s style. We will not accept responsibility in case of loss.
- As defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, to censor is “to examine in order to suppress or delete anything considered objectionable.” Anthology Avenue neither condones censorship, nor knowingly engages in it. Anthology Avenue reserves the right to exercise its editorial judgment. Editorial decisions to publish or not to publish a submitted article are made at the discretion of Anthology Avenue and are based on factors including but not limited to: relevance to our audience, interest to readers, timeliness and caliber of writing, as well as space limitations within the given publication.
- As defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, to plagiarize is “to steal and pass off the ideas or words of another as one’s own,” “use another’s production without crediting the source,” or “present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source.” Anthology Avenue considers other forms of plagiarism to include “self-plagiarism”: instances in which an author borrows from his or her own previously published work without the proper citation within the newly submitted article.
Conflicts of Interest
- Conflicts of interest may arise in a variety of situations (e.g., stakeholder relationships, consulting relationships, employment history, etc.), and, therefore, the author is required to be 100% transparent and inform Anthology Avenue of any such conflict.
- Anthology Avenue adheres to the editorial/advertising relationship standards set forth by the American Society of Magazine Editors in its Guidelines for Editors and Publishers, which “[codifies] longstanding practices governing the relationship between editorial and advertising content. The guidelines ensure that practices commonly used by editors and publishers to prevent or resolve editorial-advertising conflicts are clearly understood and consistently applied throughout the consumer-magazine industry.”
- All authors are encouraged to promote their Anthology Avenue contributions once they are published by the AMA via personal and social media websites, e-mails to colleagues and peers, etc.
Send articles and correspondence to:
Steve Adams, Chief Editor