Writing for Women's Review of Books 

Women’s Review of Books does not accept unsolicited articles.

If you would like to be considered for reviewing assignments, please mail your resume, samples of published reviews, and a cover letter about your areas of interest and expertise to:

Amy Hoffman
Editor in Chief
Women’s Review of Books
Wellesley Centers for Women CHE
Wellesley College, 106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481

A few things to note:

• Most Women’s Review writers are experienced reviewers with expertise in their fields who can write review-essays that are lively, thought-provoking, and accessible to a broad audience of interested readers—and who can do it on a deadline. We welcome new ideas, expertise, and creativity; we discourage jargon. Readers may have to struggle with your ideas—but not with your sentences.
Women’s Review has high standards but does not pay very well: we give a $100 honorarium to tenured faculty members; everyone else gets 14 cents per published word.
Women’s Review of Books welcomes suggestions of books to review (and feedback of all kinds, actually).
Women’s Review does not assign book reviews to friends, relatives, enemies, colleagues, or blurbers of the book author.

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