Article Deadline is August 1st, 2020 Email article submissions to email@example.com
All written submissions should be the original work of the author. We prefer receiving submissions via email Open Office or Word files attached to your email. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles should be between 800 and 5000 words in length 12 pt, single space. Reviews should not exceed 1000 words. All submissions must contain the author’s name, pen name (if appropriate), email (if available) and web address. Please inform us of deliberate uses of non-traditional spelling so the tone of your work will not be accidentally altered.
Your submission will be acknowledged when we receive your material; We prefer to accept material which has not been previously seen or published – please inform us of multiple submissions or previous publications.
Compensation and Rights
Crossroads Healing is a community-supported, and as such, most of our articles are written by volunteers. In the future, we hope to be able to commission articles that may be paid for in cash.
Rights: In order to present your article to the widest possible audience, we require non-exclusive print and digital rights of the edited, designed and published version for use in the printed and digital versions of the magazine in perpetuity and on the Crossroads Healing website in perpetuity unless withdrawn by the author. If you inform us you would like to withdraw a piece, we would promptly remove it from the site. (Obviously, we can’t unpublish it from the magazine itself.)
You retain all other rights; since our rights are non-exclusive, you can use, publish, share, post or otherwise distribute the original, unedited article in any venue or form you like. We do request that you inform us of any prior use of your piece so we can properly credit other publishers.
If there is an area you would like to write about feel free to email me at email@example.com
1st, 2nd and 3rd-trimester care
Herbs during pregnancy
Essential oils during pregnancy
Loss of a child
Childhood illness and how to handle it
Pregnancy and sports
New Mother dietary needs
Vegan/vegetarian eating while pregnant.
African American women and Pregnancy
Pregnancy mental health
The mental health of new mothers
Traditional mother care
Exercise during pregnancy
pregnancy & anxiety
fathers and postpartum depression
prenatal panic disorder
prenatal obsessive-compulsive disorder