ATTENTION: We are currently seeking submissions for our longer annual newsletter, to be released in December. Deadline = 15 November.
This is an excellent opportunity to put your name and your voice out there, to draw attention to your work, and to be recognized by your peers.Articles or essays on:
We are currently accepting submissions in the following areas:
- approaches to translation
- interpretation skills
- translation reviews
- T&I technology
- local language access developments
- legislation affecting language professionals
- personal/professional anecdotes
- short prose or excerpts of prose
Comics, memes, and other bits of humor!
Submissions should be written in English and — excepting translations — should fall somewhere between 250 and 800 words (longer pieces will be considered for the blog or the annual newsletter; shorter pieces, for our quarterly newsletters or blog). Relevant images may also be submitted, alongside or independent of the written piece.
If submitting a translation, please send both the original version and the translation. Copyright notes and source references should be included as well, if applicable.
Your submissions will be evaluated by NOTIS's Publications Committee and will be edited for content, grammar, and space limitations.
Please send submissions and any other queries to our publications editor, Brianna Salinas, at email@example.com. We look forward to publishing your work!
The NOTIS Publications Committee