Air & Space Magazine is a bimonthly magazine for aviation and aerospace enthusiasts.

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Air & Space Magazine Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

PO Box 37012
MRC 513
Washington DC 20013-7012

Phone: (202) 633-6070

Fax: (202) 633-6085

Submitting Your Work to Air & Space Magazine

Before submitting to Air & Space Magazine

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From the Air & Space Magazine guidelines:

AIR & SPACE/Smithsonian is a general interest magazine about flight. Its purpose is to enlighten and to entertain. Its goal is to show readers, both the knowledgeable and the novice, facets of the enterprise of flight that they are unlikely to encounter elsewhere. The emphasis is on the human rather than the technological, on the ideas behind events, rather than a simple recounting of details.

•The first step every aspiring contributor should take is to study recent issues of the magazine.
•The next step is to submit a one-page proposal introducing the article you envision.
•For first-time contributors, writing a department--a short piece that often has a personal point of view--offers the best chance for acceptance.

Submission Guidelines Details for Air & Space Magazine

Market Type: Magazine


Accepts: Essay, historical, humor, technical

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