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When submitting a paper, please specifiy whether you want your paper published as part of our E-Newsletter (and subsequently on our website’s Newsletter Blog) or in our print magazine. Magazine articles have a higher quality standard and are more restricted regarding potential topics.

  • The Barnes Review accepts articles on authentic history and prehistory as well as on nationalist thought. The suggested length is 3,000 words, but submissions of 500 to 6,000 words will be considered. We prefer that all submissions be sent exclusively to The Barnes Review.
  • Papers for our E-Newsletter (posted subsequently on our Blog) should not exceed 3,000 words. In addition to the above topics, they can also be mere opinion pieces or news items on history, the impact of history on current politics, on freedom of speech (or the lack thereof), to name a few.

How to Submit

  1. Submissions for our E-Newsletter have to be made by email. Please get in touch with our E-Newsletter Editor using our Contact Form.

  2. Submissions for the print magazine may be sent in any of the following ways:

    • By email. Please get in touch with our TBR Editor using our Contact Form.
    • Or by mail to:
      The Editor, Barnes Review
      645 Pennsylvania Ave. SE Ste 100
      Washington, DC 20003

    We prefer electronic copy, which can be emailed or sent in by mail on a flash drive or CD.
    Please note that emailed articles should be in the form of attachments, in Microsoft Word format (.doc) or .rtf. We read all submissions promptly and will contact you within three business days if we are going to consider publishing your article. Given the volume of submissions we receive, we regret that we are not always able to call or email in the event an article has been rejected. The Barnes Review is not able to return submissions. If possible, articles should have end notes and/or a bibliography.

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