Editorial and Media
To contact the editorial department, email email@example.com. Do not send press releases to this email address.
Crisis stands at the intersection of faith, politics, and culture. We have a strong preference for articles that are timely and engage with current events.
All submissions should run between 800 and 1,500 words, although longer articles will be considered in certain circumstances. No footnotes, please: only hyperlinks or simple, in-line citations (e.g., “As John Smith wrote in The New York Times…”). We do not accept simultaneous submissions. All submissions must be exclusive to Crisis; we do not republish articles that have previously appeared elsewhere, either in print or on the Web. In general, we do not accept pseudonymous/anonymous submissions. We also only rarely publish book reviews.
Send your article as a Google Docs or Microsoft Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org. New contributors are also asked to include a short byline and a square headshot.
Please note that all submissions may be subject to editing for grammar, style, clarity, content, and brevity. It is not our policy to return edited manuscripts to authors before publication for their final approval. Crisis retains full rights to the article upon publication, including permission to reprint.
While we endeavor to reply to all queries, due to the high volume of emails we receive, we are not always able. If you do not hear back regarding a submission within one week, please assume the submission has been declined.
PO Box 5284
Manchester, NH 03108