Any SEO experience or writing for the web, in addition to print, will help you stand out among other writers. Study the magazine, and pitch a story idea with a 200-word query that outlines the piece. If you can provide photos, be sure to mention it in your pitch. Then come up with a story idea for a feature, short report, expert interview, resource guide, or new research findings.
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If your story is selected, you’ll be assigned an editor who will discuss possible directions for the piece, recommend resources, and generally act as a helpful guide and vigilant proofreader. You, along with your editor, will work on re-writes and drafts of the article. Letters and Science is always looking for writers and journalists interested in science. If you think you can write about a scientific breakthrough, theory, or development, and that your writing delivers on our mission, we invite you to write for us.
We strive for ‘SciXplore’ to be a platform for students and STEM enthusiasts across the world to share their experiences, ideas and talents with the rest of the community. To achieve this objective, we encourage all undergraduate students fascinated by the sciences to write for us. If you would like to write for the Berkeley Science Review, the first step is to send us a short query letter by email to The pitch should be about one page long and should sell your article. Tell us why your story is interesting and timely, what’s the Berkeley angle, and whom you plan on interviewing. Be specific about what you plan to do and let your personality come through in your writing style. We like to see queries that are well thought-out and compelling, but if you have a more vague idea you can send that in as well.
You’ll need to know the language, jargon, and lifestyle of forensic scientists to write for this magazine. It’s primarily a trade pub for forensic researchers and crime scene investigators. If you want to write for Earth Island Journal, follow the first rule of writing for any magazine. If you want to learn how to raise bees and harvest honey, Bee Culture, is one of the best resources available for the most current information in trends and best practices. But the how-to of bee keeping isn’t the only thing this magazine covers.
Must be mature enough to take instruction and feedback. Must be willing to learn new things, read recommended materials, and improve yourself as a writer over time. Must be deeply familiar with a body of peer-reviewed scientific literature and able to explain it to a lay audience.
Tell a story in your own voice and use personal experiences and/or firsthand sources where appropriate. Due to the volume of submissions and the time our editors commit to this program, we regrettably have to turn away many applicants. To increase your chances of success, ensure your pitch demonstrates your interest and expertise in the subject. Science ABC started with the sole objective of communicating the complexity of science without all the jargon. We believe that science is extremely exciting and fascinating and our classroom science often does that injustice and bores us. When we started in 2015, we wanted to make readers find awe-inspiring science in the little things.
You must be a scientist, graduate student, or other science-trained professional (such as a medical provider, engineer, science teacher, R&D scientist, etc.) who follows the peer-reviewed literature of your chosen field. We are not currently accepting pitches from college undergraduates or from guest authors. To write for us, see below for how to apply to be on the team.
Will review your submission and get back to you if it is something that we are interested in publishing. If your submission is approved, you will likely hear from us within a few days. If you have not heard from us after two weeks, it is likely that we have chosen not to publish your article. If a piece is filled with typos, poor punctuation, and factual errors, we will reject it. Let us know if your article is timely in any way in the subject line of your email. Send us a short write-up on why you want to write for ScienceABC and your CV/resume to
If you would like to get involved you might wish to join us as a volunteer writerand write about rejuvenation biotechnology , you are welcome to submit an article to our editorial team. If you are an experienced journalist or a subject-matter expert who is interested in contributing to Greater Good, below are some guidelines to read before you consider contacting us. If you do contact us, please submit a pitch and only a pitch—we do not accept articles on spec.