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Have a job opening you’d like posted? Have an announcement to make? Want to submit articles for either online or print publication. Contact Tom Gilson at gilsont@cofc.edu.

2022 Article Submission Deadlines: 

See submission guidelines below for additional details.

IssueAd Reservation DateArticle Due Date 
February 2023
vol. 35 #1
January 6January 13 
April 2023
vol. 35 #2
February 17March 3 
June 2023
vol. 35 #3
April 7April 14 
September 2023
vol. 35 #4
June 9June 23 
November 2023
vol. 35 #5
August 11August 18 
Dec. 2023/Jan. 2024
vol. 35 #6
November 13November 17 

Submission Guidelines:

1) There are two options for submitting articles for ATG. If you use Google Drive, please share your document with charlestonhub@gmail.com. Alternately, you can email the document as a MS Word file to charlestonhub@gmail.com and copy Toni Nix justwrite@lowcountry.com.  

2) Please save your file name as the issue and your column title. For example, “April 2021 Back Talk” or “v33-2 Back Talk.” If there are separate graphics or images, please save with the same title plus photo 1, photo 2, etc. For example, “April 2021 Back Talk Photo 1.jpg” or “v32-2 Back Talk Figure 1.jpg.” Minimum of 200 dpi for charts and graphs and 300 dpi for photos.

3) Within the document itself, please include your column title, the submission/article title, and your byline/author info at the top. We use Turabian – Chicago Style manual format.

4) Our editors will review submissions and be in touch with any requested changes or with questions, and a PDF proof will be sent for approval prior to publication.

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