Thank you for your interest in contributing to the GHF® Dialogue! We welcome original submissions from anyone and everyone in the gifted/2e/3e community. Submission guidelines are laid out below. The Dialogue is made up of regular columnists who choose to write on a particular, approved theme, and writers who would like to propose a guest article.
The GHF® Dialogue is focused on providing current, research-based articles to parents to support them within the context of the GHF Mission.
“To empower every gifted family to make strategic, proactive, and intentional educational choices.”GHF Mission
When presenting a topic, please consider how parents can incorporate your writings into their daily lives. Parents of gifted children, whether they are in some type of school, homeschooling, or hybrid situation, all need to understand how to support the unique needs of their neurodiverse children. Education starts at home for all parents and the Gifted/2e/3e community has their own particular needs. Please reflect on your specialty and consider how you can provide current, research-based advice and support. GHF is building a team of regular columnists so that you can have the opportunity to dig deep into your bag and share on a theme that will make a difference.
Professional Essays Specifications
- Must be around 1,000 words, excluding citations, sources, and resources.
- Must be original and not already submitted anywhere online or in print.
- Must include sources and resources that must be cited per GHF® Style Guide.
- Must be formal and scholarly in tone.
- May refer to your own research or already published work.
The GHF® Style Guide is available for your convenience. Please refer to it often. GHF® uses the Chicago Manual of Style and Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary. All submissions will be edited for mechanics, consistency with GHF® styles, and clarity. Use Chicago/Turabian style to cite all sources for quotations or references to research studies, books, etc. (Information and resources on Chicago/Turabian citation style is included in our style guide.) For in-text citations, use Chicago’s notes style. For recommended reading lists, use bibliography style. While we will make minor edits and assist with citations, submissions will be sent back if citations are missing or written using another style guide (AP, APA, MLA, etc.). You can resubmit after they are added or corrected. Authors will have a chance to review all edits and final versions before publication.
Email your submission to email@example.com. Google Docs are preferred, but Word files may also be submitted.
If this is your first time submitting to the GHF® Dialogue, include a 500 x 500 photo of yourself and a short bio (100 – 250 words). You are welcome to include links to your website and social media profiles in your bio.
Upon submission of your written contribution to GHF® Dialogue, you acknowledge that said contribution has not been submitted to any other publication, and you agree that said contribution will not be published in other publications, whether online or in print, or on other websites.
Promotion of and linking to your published contribution through your social media channels is permissible and highly encouraged.
If you have any questions, please refer them to Lisa Sticca-Conrod, Managing Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have comments or suggestions you can fill out the form below or email email@example.com.