Submission guidelines

SUBSCRIPTIONS AND BACK ISSUES
The Flutist Quarterly is a benefit of membership in the National Flute Association, Inc. Subscriptions are available to libraries and institutions; personal subscriptions are not available. Back issues of the magazine, printed (1976–2021) and/or PDF (1976–forward), may be purchased through the office: [email protected], 70 E. Lake St., #200, Chicago, IL 60601; 312-332-6682; nfaonline.org.

ITEMS FOR REVIEW CONSIDERATION
Before sending unsolicited items (see below for format requirements) for review consideration in The Flutist Quarterly, artists and publishers are strongly encouraged to submit information about the items proposed. Follow-up requests will be made for items of interest. Publishers or artists whose works are not selected will not be contacted, but follow-up inquiries to the NFA office are welcome no sooner than six months after submission.

All submitted items must be flute specific. Chamber music is acceptable if the flute is involved in at least half of the works included in the item.

Please submit items in digital format rather than as hard copies. No hard copies will be accepted; mailed items will be returned unopened.

Use this form to submit items be considered.

EDITORIAL GUIDELINES FOR ARTICLES
Queries via e-mail prior to submission are encouraged and welcome at any time; please note topic and prospective author’s name in the header of the email. The Flutist Quarterly retains copyright on all articles published in the magazine; however, upon request, authors may retain copyright. By submitting work, author agrees to allow the work to be included in the print and online versions of The Flutist Quarterly in perpetuity.

For review consideration, see Items for Review Consideration above.

Accepted manuscripts will, when appropriate, go through a review process. Authors might be asked to revise manuscripts during this procedure. The editor reserves the right to edit all articles for style, content, or space requirements. The Flutist Quarterly budget does not include honorariums for authors.

Unsolicited feature articles (see above) and news about member achievements are encouraged and may be sent at any time for consideration. Submissions to Across the Miles should be sent to those departments’ editors to be considered for inclusion.

Please send all editorial submissions except Across the Miles to:

Karissa Krenz: [email protected]

See text in the departments noted above for submission and address information.  

ADVERTISING GUIDELINES
Guidelines, deadlines, and fees are available upon request; email [email protected] or call 312-332-6682.

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