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PA TIMES Releases Editorial Calendar for Print Editions


Washington, DC–The PA TIMES, print newspaper of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), has released its 2012 editorial calendar and is currently seeking quality articles for upcoming print issues.

 

Intended as a thought starter for potential authors, the calendar hits many of the hottest topics currently being discussed. Authors are encouraged to review the list of topics, however article submissions need not conform to these topics, particularly if they are addressing a timely news topic.

Articles must remain between 1000-1200 words, contain no references and adhere to the deadlines below. PA TIMES generally follows AP style, with some exceptions; request our submission guidelines for more specific information.

If you have any questions or would like to see our author guidelines, contact Editor Christine Jewett McCrehin at cjewett@aspanet.org. Please pass this along to any colleagues who may be interested in writing for the paper. Authors need not be ASPA members and the PA TIMES will consider ALL original article submissions.

  • January/February/March: Redefining Public Service Through Open Government
    International Pullout: Open Government: Beyond the U.S. Experience?Issue Travels to ASPA Conference?Deadline for Articles/Advertising: January 23, 2012; Published February 1, 2012?
  • April/May/June: Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery?ASPA Conference Coverage
    Deadline for Articles/Advertising: April 20, 2012; Published May 1, 2012?
  • July/August/September: Elections, Civic Engagement, and Public Service?
    Deadline for Articles/Advertising: July 20, 2012; Published August 1, 2012?
  • October: The Case for Public Service: Why Answer the Call?
    Education Supplement: Should MPA Programs Teach Students How to Justify Their Jobs? (finding the line between public servants’ informing citizens versus propagandizing, and when promoting the profession might veer into becoming political activity rather than professional)?
    Deadline for Articles/Advertising: September 21, 2012, Published October 1, 2012
  • November/December: Challenges and Innovations of Elections and Transitions
    Deadline for Articles/Advertising: November 19, 2012; Published December 1, 2012

The PA TIMES also recently released the editorial calendar for PA TIMES Online. Click link in Related Articles box below for more information.

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