For submissions to be considered, writers must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Submissions must be author’s/authors’ own work. Manuscripts under submission at other platforms are eligible for submission. Please indicate if your piece has been or is under review elsewhere.
- The length for submissions is not strictly set. As a guideline, written submissions are expected to be approximately 800 words and auditory submissions are expected to be approximately 7 minutes long. If there is uncertainty, please ask the editor.
- Please include a brief biographical statement with your submission. Please indicate the geographical context you are writing from.
- Please include an author shot to accompany your biographical statement.
- Word-based submissions must be .pdf, .txt, .doc, or .docx files. Visual submissions must be .jpg, .png, .gif, .mov, .mp4, or .wmv files. Audio submissions must be .mp3, .wav, or .wma file.
- Please attach a related photo to accompany word-based submissions.
- All writing and other creative expression should adhere to ethical standards. This includes protection of minors and other vulnerable populations. In some cases, protecting their identities and stories may require pseudonyms and altered details. Photographs should be shared only with the consent of all identifiable individuals pictured and the written consent of parents/guardians of any minors.
- Submission deadline is November 30. Please refer to our website for the specific themes associated with this deadline.
- Manuscripts should be submitted to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Files must be named YearMonth_Theme_Lastname.fileextension. Submission date should reflect the month and year of next submission deadline (i.e.: 2017March_Hospitality_Johnson.doc
- If you have social media (i.e. Facebook, Instagram) that you want to tag us in, please include it with your submissions.
- If applicable, citations should follow the Modern Language Association (MLA).
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**Unless otherwise indicated, submitting material to Streetside Conversations (SC) implies that the author is granting permission for the SC team to reproduce it on any SC platform