INCLUDE WITH YOUR ARTICLE THE FOLLOWING
1. The title of your book, publication date and the publisher.
2. A sentence or two about the book you're currently writing, even if it's not within the timeline TMC covers, along with your brief bibliography and a link to your website. This will appear at the end of your article.
All published articles become the property of The Medieval Chronicle unless requested otherwise. Your request must be in writing and presented along with your article. The following Copyright Statement explains how you may use your article after publication: The Medieval Chronicle is copyrighted as a whole and does not require authors to transfer their copyright ownership to TMC. Permission to copy without fee all or part of only your article that was published by TMC without a copyright notice is granted, provided that the statement "Published in www.TheMedievalChronicle.com" and the publication date appear on each copy. You will also need to let the publisher of TMC know when and where you will be using the article.
QUOTES FOR PROMOTION OF YOUR BOOK
The Medieval Chronicle would consider it a privilege and an honor to be asked to provide a quote for your forthcoming book. Publishers have used quotes given by TMC on their authors book covers (front, back and inside!) and the authors have used the quotes in their promotional material. Please ask your publisher to provide TMC with an advanced reading copy of your book or you can send the ARC. The quotes will be sent to both you and your publisher. Please email me at Linda@TheMedievalChronicle.com and I will be happy to given you a mailing address.
To summit unsolicited articles please contact the publisher at Linda@TheMedievalChronicle.com with your article idea, a sample of your writing and your biography. You will be contacted upon receipt of your article and notified if and when your article is approved for publication.
Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.