|Natural History Magazine
||Short explanatory written works and essays, focusing on climate change, evolution, water, environment, society and culture. Short videos
||Short astronomy-related posts about recent research, life as a grad student, personal research experiences.
||Short marine science-related posts about recent research, life as a grad student, field work/cruise experiences. Will publish high quality marine science related science pieces and op eds.
||Short chemistry-related posts about recent research, life as a grad student, personal research experiences.
||Soapbox Science is a novel public outreach platform for promoting women scientists and the science they do
||Blog post describing your research and your story as a woman in science. Include research pics to make it more engaging.
|Intercom with STC
||Intercom, STC’s monthly magazine, publishes articles about the issues and topics that are driving the conversation in the world of
technical communication. It provides practical examples and applications of technical communication to promote readers’ professional development.
||Email the editor, Liz Pohland, directly.
Review submission process first at http://intercom.stc.org/write-for-intercom/
|Scientific American Guest Blog
||The Scientific American Blog Network (@SciAmBlogs) is a forum
for a diverse and independent set of voices to share news and opinions
and discuss issues related to science.
||must follow Scientific American guidelines. Interested authors should simply send a couple paragraphs to Curtis describing their proposed post (including any multimedia elements) and a blurb about their academic background
||dedicated to astronomers at every level
||Must be astronomy related, will potentially be published as a guest blog.
|Nature SciTable Blog
||A collaborative learning space for science, publishes a blog from a diversity of voices
||around 750 words, describing recent research, discoveries, and recently released papers
|The People's Science
||creating conversation between scientists and the public
||Engaging summary of a published paper in which they are an author. Max. 500 Words. Follow the "Rules of Engagement" found here
||Ensia is a magazine showcasing environmental solutions in action. Powered by the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota, we connect people with ideas, information and inspiration they can use to change the world.
||Go to link for guidelines on submitting articles (generally 700-750 words), Read previous articles in Ensia to get a good sense of what they are looking for. Or can also apply for the Ensia Mentor Writing Program