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CC photo by  'A river runs through it'We are always interested in publishing relevant content from guest experts, thoughtful people, or those who just want to share their story.

We also welcome regular contributors who may be willing to provide content every month or so.

Here are some guidelines for submitting your article:

1. New, original articles are preferred. But reprints of articles you have already published elsewhere are acceptable provided that you only gave one time reprint rights to the other publisher or otherwise have the right to give us permission to publish it.

2. Articles may be published to our web site and/or our print newsletter (The Post-Abortion Review) or email  newsletters.

3. Unless it is a personal story, your article should not be too self-referential or self-promoting of any products or services. If you have a book about post-abortion issues, for example, it is fine to describe it and provide a link. But as a general rule, no more than two links to your own web site or blog are allowed per article.

4. Articles should be submitted in Microsoft Word or another format that allows us to copy and paste your text. Email your article or proposal to elliotinstitute@gmail.com.

5. Generally, articles will be published under your full name, unless it is a personal story about abortion. To protect your privacy, we will allow personal testimonies to be published under your first name only or a pseudonym (please let us know if you want this when submitting your story).

6. We reserve the right to edit articles for length, grammar, spelling or other reasons. To minimize mistakes, please make sure you proofread your article (or have someone else proofread it) before submission.

7. We reserve the right to reject any articles that do not fit with our standards or mission.

To submit a proposal for an article you would like to write, or a completed article or testimony, please email us at elliotinstitute@gmail.com.

Thank you!

 

4 Responses to Submit Articles

  1. sello says:

    my wife was told that she had a miss carriage,whilest visiting a doctor during her normal check-ups.she was admitted and was given pill s that forced her to bleed aftre some hours.as she walked in fine in to the doctors room.and she was told that it was a threatening abortion.we suspect that she was aborted without our permission.plz help 4rm Mafako’s family in South Africa

    • EI says:

      We don’t have any physicians on staff, so I can’t give you an answer about which I would have any confidence. I can understand your concern and suspicion. All I can do is to suggest that you try finding other people in South Africa who can help you. Perhaps someone with a church or pro-life group who can put you in touch with doctors and lawyers who can investigate what happened, what your wife was given, and why and whether there was any negligence or ill intent in giving her that drug.

      Here is a link to pro-life groups in South Africa, including contact info for “Doctors for Life International.” I’m sure that the physicians with that group would be quite anxious to expose any malpractice, if there was malpractice, in your wife’s case. You are all in our prayers. I am sorry for your loss and the hurts you are experiencing.

  2. Sophia Espiritu says:

    Hi Im Sophia, not my real name..i had an abortion last year of october 10th. And until now, i still find myself having bad dreams about babies dying, babies bleeding out. Im 22, and i feel like an idiot for doing that thing. Now i need my first baby, i want him back, but i cant do anything, i always blame my boyfriend for this, he doesn’t want to have the baby so i have to give it up. Our relationship is getting worst, i feel like i dont need him anymore but he doesnt want to leave me. I feel bad, seeing my friends having their babies, seeing a mom with her baby or even a pregnant woman kills me..every morning, i regret it. =( please help, im from philippines..

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