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Publishing in Non-Academic Design Publications


Jessica Barness
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Peer-reviewed academic journals typically have a clear process for submissions, etc., However, I've noticed that this is not the norm for non-academic publications (i.e., Eye magazine or similar).

Do any of you have experience with this? If so, how have you navigated article or essay submissions to those venues?

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Most often, it is the editor or editorial team who acquires articles or reviews.

I write a pitch and then email it to the publication's editor. For some magazines, there are two editors: one for the online edition and one for print.

John L. Walters is the editor of Eye Magazine. I suggest writing an article pitch and emailing it to him at Eye. http://www.eyemagazine.com/contact

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