Globetrotter Submission GuidelinesHave a story to tell from abroad? Want to be a published author? Have photos you want to share? Submit an essay or photos for the next Globetrotter: Reflections from Abroad magazine!
In 500-1000 words, tell us about something that happened to you abroad, a “critical incident” you encountered, and what you learned from it. Some guiding points:
- What was the experience? How did it confuse you, or present a problem? How did you work through it? What broader skills, perspective, and knowledge did you gain because of the problem?
- Alternatively, what made your study abroad experience unique? Were you involved in local organizations, special academic opportunities, etc.?
- Articles are usually 500 to 1000 words. We encourage photo submissions along with your essay.
- Not interested in submitting an essay? Send us your photos - we love photos!
- It may be initially difficult to identify a single, critical event to write about. In fact, it is most often only after returning home and going through the re-entry process that we can clearly identify these events. We encourage you to think and reflect on the impact of your overseas experience.
Before you start to write, take a look at past issues of the Globetrotter to get an idea of the types of essays we publish:
Submit your essay as soon as possible, as we’re already putting together the 2017-2018 issue!
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