Where to submit articles – Use our online form on this page (see below) or email submissions (text or Word files (.doc, .docx, .txt documents, attached to a email message) to [email protected]

Word count and specifics – Publish 700 words or less, unless other arrangements are made with the editor. Include a brief bio at the end of each entry, describing who you are and how you can be reached. Include your name, mailing address and telephone with all submissions. Include a photograph of yourself to be used online with your bio.

Guidelines – We’re seeking poems of any shape and convention up to 40 lines in length. Send 2 to 3 unpublished poems and a brief bio. Topic examples: character, relations, community, consciousness, the world, previous lives, the travel, guides, the daily journey of life.

Letters To The Editor – We welcome comments from our readers via email or in written correspondence. Include your name, address, and telephone number. Letters may be edited for length or clarity. We don’t guarantee their publication.

The Fine Print – By submitting your article, you certify that you wrote the guide and that it doesn’t include content shared without the consent of the author. Submitting an article doesn’t guarantee publication. The Edge reserves the right to edit entries. All copyrights remain with the author. The publisher assumes no liability for unsolicited art, photographs, manuscripts or other stuff.

Articles vs. Advertising – a number of our articles are written by professional practitioners in their particular area of practice. We expect that an engaging, well-written bit will encourage visitors to obviously want to learn more, and the means to do this could be through visiting your website, attending a workshop etc.. We discourage you from using a report to greatly promote your own events or work. While done with the best intentions, it often achieves an opposite result and may be off-putting for the reader.