MediateIndia! Article Submission Guidelines

MediateIndia! welcomes and encourages your article, blog, video and news submissions. Our goal is to educate mediators in India and to encourage the public to utilize mediation.

Please submit articles, blog postings, videos and news items to editor@mediate.com. 

Articles of any length are welcome for review on an ongoing basis. Please submit documents, if possible, as Word documents.

If we select your submission for publication, we will include your biography, a contact form linking to your email, and a link to your website at the bottom of your submission.

How to Submit Your Article:

Please email your article as an “attachment” to the Mediate.com Managing Editor at editor@mediate.com. Word file format (.doc or .docx) is preferred. Please do not submit a PDF, JPG, or Wordpad article. If possible, please use in-text citation instead of footnotes.

Please also attach a quality head and shoulders photo that we can use with your article (if we do not already have a picture of you).

In the body of your email, please indicate:

  1. Title of Article
  2. Abstract: a paragraph that summarizes your article
  3. Biography: a paragraph that describes your background and experience
  4. Email: indicate your email address
  5. Web site: indicate the web site URL, if any, that you would like us to link to.
  6. Information about any other publication of the article, permission granted to republish, and, as relevant, any desired acknowledgment and link.
  7. A photo of yourself, preferable a .jpg. Only a headshot is needed.

All accepted articles are topically categorized and are searchable through Mediate.com search tools as well as general Internet searches. In addition, articles may appear in one or more of our specialized sections and will also be promoted through our Mediate.com Newsletter that is distributed to over 20,000 opt-in subscribers.

In submitting an article for publication, you grant Mediate.com and our affiliates a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, and display your article in any media. We hope to provide the widest possible distribution of your submitted article.

Book Reviews

Mediate.com is also pleased to publish book reviews. Mediate.com will not, however, write reviews. Mediate.com will also not accept book reviews written directly by authors. It is the responsibility of authors to find reviewers.

We reserve the right to format submissions and to edit for length, spelling, grammar, and readability. This is due to a desire to maintain consistent formatting standards across articles that we publish.

If your work has been previously posted or published, we are pleased to acknowledge this prior publication and to provide a link to the original publisher.

Your submission verifies that your work is original (not someone else’s). In the event of a dispute regarding the originality of article content, see our dispute resolution policy.

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Clare Fowler

Clare Fowler is Executive Vice-President and Managing Editor at Mediate.com.  Clare received her Master's of Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law and her Doctorate in Organizational Leadership, focused on reducing workplace conflicts, from Pepperdine University School of Education. Clare also coordinated… MORE >

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