From the Editor
Writing for STC Publications
by Rebecca Taylor, Product Marketing Analyst, Hewlett-Packard Company
Have you been bitten by the writing bug? If so, STC has several outlets for your knowledge and creativity! Becoming an established author in the STC publications is also an excellent means to gain name recognition. Read on to see how you can submit articles to your STC publications.
Your award-winning chapter newsletter encourages feature articles, as well as book and software reviews, from any STC Houston member. The newsletter is distributed to over 600 email addresses, so the exposure for your work is not insignificant! You can find guidelines for writing and submitting articles to Dateline Houston at www.stc-houston.org/newsletter/guidelines.shtml.
Intercom is the Society's trade magazine, published 10 times per year. Intercom is where you'll find the latest in tools, applications, and trends for our industry. According to the STC web site, Intercom"provides practical examples and applications of technical communication. Intercom also includes Society news, columns edited by technical communication experts, and a calendar of industry-related events." You can find guidelines for Intercom submissions at www.stc.org/intercom/guidelines.asp.
Technical communication is the Society's journal and is published quarterly. You'll find case studies, research, and discussions are abundant in Technical communication. One of the most popular features of the journal is the extensive book reviews section. According to the STC web site, Technical communication"includes both quantitative and qualitative research while showcasing the work of some of the field's most noteworthy writers." You will find author guidelines for Technical communication at www.stc.org/intercom/TC_guidelines.asp.
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