PRINT JOURNAL SUBMISSIONS
The Kennedy School Review — the only student-run, student-written generalist journal at the Kennedy School of Government — is seeking proposals for print journal articles that will challenge the current public policy dialogue. We’re looking for timely, provocative, important articles that will influence policymakers and practitioners, stimulate public debate, and make an intelligent contribution to this year’s Review. The KSR is committed to publishing articles that offer compelling analysis and insight and put forward pragmatic and innovative solutions for the major issues of our time. Copies will be sent to decision-makers across a broad range of domestic and international organizations– what message do you want them to receive? Additional guidelines for print journal submissions can be found below.
Please submit pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KSR Website features regular op-eds and commentary on pressing policy-related issues and current events. We welcome potential submissions from both within and outside the Kennedy School of Government. Blogs should be approximately 1,000 words in length and authors will receive editing support from the KSR team. We also welcome video and other media content on the blog.
Please submit ideas or questions to email@example.com.
ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES FOR PRINT JOURNAL SUBMISSIONS
Article formats include:
- Articles with strong arguments, a compelling narrative, and clear policy recommendations
- Short perspective pieces, including op-ed-style commentaries
- Reviews of books, movies, or other media
- Other creative content such as photo essays or comics
- Interviews with visiting scholars or political actors
If you are interested in writing an article for the 2018 Kennedy School Review, please provide the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- The type of article you would like to write (e.g. op-ed, interview)
- A formal abstract of your proposed piece (500 words)
- Any future plans for research or interviews
- Personal qualifications associated with the topic of your piece