Call for authors and article writers

If you’ve got something to say about business continuity or emergency management, there are a few places you might like to say them.  Is there an article in your head you’ve been wanting a reason to write?

Here we present two offers and some ideas.

An Encyclopaedia for Crisis Management is being produced by Sage Reference.  Sage is known for being an academic publisher, and the encyclopaedia is intended to address how to assess, analyse, manage and resolve crises.  They’re looking for around 375 articles to be written so the book can be sold to libraries and academic institutions in hard and digital formats.  All articles will be robustly reviewed, and need to be submitted by 19 March 2012, so if you want to be considered as an author you need to get in touch with them now.   Email crisis@golsonmedia.com if you’d like a list of articles so you can advise them which topics you’d be best qualified to write for them.  Don’t forget to include a  brief summary of any academic/publishing credentials if you have some.

Less academic articles are also always required by this website.  Professionals new and old are invited to submit items between 700 and 4000 words.  If you’re interested you should have a look at our guidelines before submitting an article.  While Sage are apparently offering book credits, we don’t pay for articles but we do offer the author of accepted a link to their own website and/or Linked In profile in their byline.

Other sites that often accept well written, authoritative articles include Continuity Central and Continuity Forum.  Journals include the Disaster Recovery Journal and the recently rebranded Business Continuity and Resiliency Journal.

On the other side of the coin, if you’re interested in Risk Management and would like to suggest ideas for The Times special report on the subject, Peter Kiln wants to hear from you.  The 16-page report will be published in the UK on 5 March 2012 so you’ll need to be quick!

Feel free to share your favourite article sources by using the comments box below.

 

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