Article Submission Guidelines
EG Justice welcomes original article submissions. A good submission offers background and context to ongoing economic, social, or political issues related to Equatorial Guinea, analyzes a world issue or event that impacts Equatorial Guinea. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to: the arts, civil society, conservation, cultural affairs, economics, environment, government accountability, human rights, literature, politics, rule of law, social issues, transparency.
Must represent objective and fact-based analyses. We reserve the right to reject submissions that fail to conform to this standard.
Must be well written and easily readable. Pay particular attention to writing quality and content. Submissions should be written in straightforward language that is comprehensible to the general public, with enough research and insight to be interesting to a PhD or policymaker… Assume that you’re talking to knowledgeable readers; don’t be didactic. We encourage writers to grapple with big ideas, but they must be conveyed with wit and style, avoiding clichés and jargon whenever possible.
Must avoid degrading, slanderous, or malicious language and tone.
Should avoid excessive identifiers for well-known figures or familiar debates that are accepted for publication may be edited for grammar and spelling. We reserve the right to add/change headlines or publish a photo along with your submission.
Should contain between 500 and 1500 words, although longer articles may be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
EG Justice does not ordinarily provide compensation for published submissions.
Please send all article submissions or submission-related inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.