Nolmë Mag is an online magazine run by the editorial team at Nolmë Labs. We host incisive articles analysing topics related to the academia, research, social issues and personal narratives. To submit an article, go through our submission guidelines.
Stick to a 800 – 1200 word limit. Feature articles may extend on an exceptional basis with prior permission.
Do not submit articles which have previously been published elsewhere. Do not submit the article to multiple outlets simultaneously.
What is a good source? Depends on the claim being cited. An academic fact, concept or phenomenon should cite an academic publication (original journal articles or scientific blogs). Link to newspaper reports to cite events and happenings. Link to reliable sources of data to reference relevant statistics. Try to cite the original source as much as possible, and not secondary sources.
Plagiarized content will be rejected without further review.
Once published, intellectual property will be jointly shared with the author and with Nolmë Labs.
We publish 5 broad types of articles - Reviews, OpEds, Explainers, Personal, and Debunked.
We aspire to establish ourselves as an intersectional feminist space. While engaging with any topic is permissible, the author of a piece must be the suitable authority to comment on that topic – whether through their lived experience or credentialed area of expertise. If you are unsure if your piece qualifies, send it across along with an author biography and we will get back to you.
Format of the submission
Please email your piece to firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow the format below to simplify our review process.
Subject: Article Submission_Title (Category of publication)
Email body: Please introduce yourself, the title of your piece, a brief summary of the article.
Attach an author biography that introduces you. You may attach your social media handles as well.
In case you’ve been published before, please link us to your previous writings, or attach a sample of your writing.
We reserve the right to reject articles, and to make editorial choices for clarity and brevity.