We are always interested in receiving your quality writing about material in the Fresh Energy issue arena, including clean energy, energy efficiency, transportation and land use, and global warming policy. Note: We do not have the capacity to respond to everyone who contacts us. If your idea or article fulfills each of the requirements below, you’ll hear back from us in one to three working days.
Attach Word docs or text files, or simply cut and paste your article into the body of your email. We’re flexible. Insert hyperlinks or include them in brackets mid-text. Where appropriate, include subheads (e.g., “Collaboration and commitment” in this post). We don’t require a minimum post length, but short and incomplete posts written for the sole purpose of a link back won’t pass muster.
We may suggest changes, fix grammar, add links or images, etc., but you’ll have final approval.
You may submit or suggest an image. Images must be properly licensed and attributed.
We’ll publish a short, concise paragraph at the bottom of the post. Please limit links to external sites to two. NOTE: We will not use material from guest authors representing a completely unrelated business or product, e.g., student loans, shower gels, smoking cessation. Freelance writers are welcome to submit material, as long as they have demonstrable interest and expertise in our issues.
Email your idea or article to Jenna Hartwig Wade. If you’re submitting an idea only, please include another example of your published work.
Note: Unfortunately, we don’t have the capacity to respond to everyone who contacts us. If your idea or article fulfills each of the requirements above, you’ll hear back from us in one to three working days.
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