Submissions were accepted by electronic mail only (either in full text or
by sending a URL of the material on the author's site).
No submissions on paper are accepted.
Submitting News, Opinion, Features, Reviews, or other Items
CMC Magazine welcomes submission of
news, features, and opinion.
Query the editor first before submitting feature or opinion pieces.
Send submissions or
press releases about events, new resources,
new technologies, book reviews, review copies of books or
software, or other information
to the editor.
Deadline: generally, try to get material in by the 1st
of the month preceeding the target publication month.
Acceptance: our final acceptance of a manuscript for
publication will come only with publication--and is
contingent on the final manuscript fitting
as well as the style
of the magazine.
In all cases, we try to reject material that we feel
will not fit our needs as early
in the submission process as possible,
but we reserve the right to reject material
up until the time of publication,
or to not publish material even
after development editing.
Copyright: You give the publisher permission
to publish your article in the magazine (and thus the publisher
owns the first printing rights for your article).
If you wish to own the copyright after this
initial publication, place, at the bottom of your article:
with the condition that you give the publisher the
right to "store and serve" your article
in the magazine's archive.
CMC Magazine cannot usually
pay writers, contributors,
correspondents, staff, or editors.
The goal is to generate
so that contributors can be paid.
Submitting Letters to the Editor (MBOX)
Letters to the editor
are welcome on
any issues raised by or relating to the coverage area of CMC Magazine.
Please have as a subject line, "letter to the editor" to indicate
that your note is intended for publication.
Sending material as a letter to the editor will be considered
permission to use the letter in full or in part in the magazine,
including the author's name and electronic mail address.
Letters should be short and
include information helpful to verifying the identity
of the sender, such as a daytime phone number, institutional
affiliation, or postal address. The editor reserves the right
to edit letters, to verify the identity of the sender, or to not
print letters. The letters to the editor section is not meant
to be a "discussion area" (there are online forums for this), but
as a means to share feedback about issues the magazine
Submitting News Releases, Discussion, and other Items
Items of interest---either in the form of resources or
current debates, unusual threads of discussion, or
resources that are breaking new ground on the Nets are welcome.
These items must relate to some aspect of CMC. Create a
short blurb in HTML text and send it to the