NDC Newsletter Guidelines
Thank you for your interest in submitting an article for use in the National Diversity Council Newsletter. The publication includes editions published in several states. By submitting an article to us, you agree to let us use the article not only on the state newsletter of your choice, but on any newsletter we currently publish. You do, however, retain the copyright in your work and are free to reuse it in any way you want.
We are interested in seeing well-written articles on diversity and inclusion, leadership, and the community, in order to help our audience gain knowledge which will help them succeed in their business or career. Submissions should be 500-800 words in length.
We only accept submissions from the original author of the articles or a publicist hired by the copyright owner to submit material here. By submitting material, you acknowledge that you are legally entitled to distribute the work and to allow it to be redistributed. (If you are a book publisher or public relations firm with copy to distribute, please include a note to that effect at the top of the article you submit.) We do not pay for articles, and do not accept articles that are primarily advertisements. However, you may place a brief resource box and contact information (but no ads) at the end of your article. We cannot guarantee that your article will be used in our newsletter.
To send your article, answer the questions below and then copy and paste your submission into the space provided. Click on the submit button to complete the process. If you have additional questions about submitting content, please send an email to mich[email protected].
LIFT Newsletter Guidelines
Lift welcomes news articles about current issues and events, creative writing, musings, book reviews, calendar listings, letters to the editor, visual art (photos and drawings), poetry, and more focused on women. The maximum word length for all submission is 800 words; there is no minimum length. Examples of topics we accept include Professional Growth, Economics, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Work/Life Balance, etc.
Our Editors reserve the right to reprint your work in current and future related publications, in print and/or online. We will attempt to notify you in advance if we do so. You retain ownership of your work and may re-use it, provided that its previous appearance in Lift is noted, along with our website (e.g., “This piece previously appeared in Lift at nationalwomenscouncil.org). Note that Lift is an online publication.
To send your article, answer the questions below and then copy and paste your submission into the space provided. Please be sure to select “LIFT” under the state drop down menu. Click on the submit button to complete the process. If you have additional questions about submitting content, please send an email to [email protected].