EurasiaNet welcomes submissions and proposals for articles on developments in Central Eurasia, including the Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan, Mongolia and Turkey. The website offers contributors compensation for stories that are about 750-words in length and written in English. Topics of interests include political affairs, civil society development and economic and environmental trends. For more information, please contact our editor, Justin Burke, at the Central Eurasia Project: +1 212.548.0392; firstname.lastname@example.org.
EurasiaNet is seeking to build a photographic archive that will be used to illustrate articles. Photos should concern political, economic, social and environmental developments in the countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia, as well as Afghanistan, Mongolia and Turkey. EurasiaNet would especially welcome contributions from professional photographers based in the regions concerned. The website will consider buying rights either to entire portfolios, or single photographs. Color photographs are preferred, but black&white submissions will receive all due consideration. All submissions should be made electronically, preferably as a jpeg attachment. EurasiaNet also seeks photographers in the region who can cover spot news events on a freelance basis, providing the website with an ongoing source of news photographs. For more information, please contact EurasiaNet editor Justin Burke at the Central Eurasia Project: +1 212.548.0392; email@example.com.
EurasiaNet features reviews of books about the region. We welcome your involvement in this new endeavor. Please contact us if you would like us to review your book, or if you would like to serve as a reviewer. For more information, please contact our editor, Justin Burke, at the Central Eurasia Project: +1 212.548.0392; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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