Call for Articles
A couple of times each year, the Reverse Logistics Association puts out a notice for a Call for Stories and Articles for our magazine. We know that there is so much information out there, but we need it sent our way. If you have a white paper, recent information, or a good RL story to share with the rest of the Reverse Logistics world, please get in contact with me.
Here are our Author Guidelines for your review. But if youre not sure, please inquire, and we can work together to make a great piece for our Reverse Logistics Magazine.
Reverse Logistics Magazine is published digitally monthly. Our readers are senior and mid-level managers responsible for the reverse logistics activities within their companies. Readers also include educators and management consultants who need to keep current with the latest reverse logistics trends.
Examples of Types of Articles:
Reverse Logistics Magazine welcomes articles on innovative reverse logistics techniques, new research findings, instructive company case studies, 'how to' articles, and practical application stories.
Article Preparation Checklist:
When submitting articles, please use the following guidelines:
Aim for an article length of 2000 (cover story), 1500, 1000 or 750 words.
Include a title of the article along with a brief abstract highlighting the key points.
Include a brief biography and digital photo of the author(s).
Article content must be non-promotional.
Number and caption all exhibits, charts, and tables.
Consecutively number references to books, articles, or other sources.
Include a statement confirming the submission is exclusive to Reverse Logistics Magazine
All graphics and images should be high-resolution, 300 dpi.
Zip all files and e-mail to them to the Editor (email@example.com). For very large zip files, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the FTP login information.
Each prospective article is reviewed by members of our Editorial Advisory Board. Our editors will edit the article to maintain a uniform level of consistency and professionalism.
Exclusivity is required for any submission to be considered for publication. The article should not appear in another publication. It is the author's responsibility to obtain permission to reprint long quotations or use tables, figures, or graphs previously published with copyright restrictions.