Guidelines for contributors
REVOLVE welcomes editorials from think tanks, researchers, opinion makers, institutions, national and international policy makers, civil society, non-governmental organisations, and private interest groups. Authors must be transparent regarding who they represent.
To qualify for publication, editorials must take a stance and preferably make recommendations for improvement and action.
Lobbying pieces which only self-promote an organisation will not be published as editorials.
Editorials should be well-written and grammatically correct and between 500-600 words in length.
A REVOLVE feature is a long-form (1500-2000 words) article that focuses on an event, place or person in great detail that includes references. The topic of the feature must be appropriate for REVOLVE’s main themes: Water, Ecosystems, Energy, Mobility and Circular.
REVOLVE welcomes features from freelance journalists and writers. REVOLVE editors select the best features for publication in REVOLVE’s quarterly print magazine.
To qualify for publication on REVOLVE’s website or magazine, your feature must have a beginning, a middle and an end. This means a short, snappy title, a lead-in (2-3 sentences introducing the focus of your feature), a main body of text (with subheadings) and a conclusion.
Lobbying pieces which only self-promote an organisation will not be published. Overly promotional pieces presenting a project or product will also not be published.
Photo essays are featured on the REVOLVE website at Views and may be selected for print in the quarterly magazine. An essay can be a slide show of images, or a multimedia piece, together with an artist statement and a short bio. Please fill out the form below and provide a URL to your images, so we can review your essay submission.
If you are selected, we will contact you and work with you to prepare your photo essay for publication on REVOLVE Views.