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Seeking: Original articles about New York State local history, any aspect.
Length: As long as it needs to be - we encourage articles of any length.
Format: Please send us an Electronic copy attached in an email.
Bibliography/Footnotes:If you have a bibliography or footnotes please use The Chicago Manual of Style.
New York History Review greatly appreciates your willingness to contribute an article to our magazine. Your donation of time and effort reflects both on your knowledge of the field and passion for its growth.
SPECIFICATIONS FOR WRITERS submit articles as: Microsoft Word, Rich Text Format, Text Document via email. If you have footnotes use them as endnotes.
All articles should include a brief bio of the author (no more than 50 words), contact information is mandatory.
Make sure your facts are correct before you push the SEND button.
If you have images:
You must own the photo(s) or if they are public domain please let us know. Do not include images that have been scanned or taken from another source(s) other than you. Color or black and white images acceptable as digital files. Attached images should be sent via email in JPEG format - 300 dpi if possible. Include photo credits with article. Accuracy is vital.
Tables may be substituted for images if appropriate. Please double check your facts.
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Accuracy is vital. Please
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