Planners Network

The Organization of Progressive Planning

Magazine Guidelines for Submission

Progressive Planning seeks articles that describe and analyze progressive physical, social, economic and environmental planning in urban and rural areas. Articles may be up to 2,000 words. They should be addressed to PN’s broad audience of professionals, activists, students and academics, and be straightforward and jargon-free. Following a journalistic style, the first paragraph should summarize the main ideas in the article. A few suggested readings may be mentioned in the text, but do not submit footnotes or a bibliography. The editors may make minor style changes, but any substantial rewriting or changes will be checked with the author. A photograph or illustration may be included. Submissions on disk or by email are greatly appreciated.

Please note that while we work with authors to help them fit the Progressive Planning Magazine style, format, and themes, we cannot accept all articles that have been submitted. The typical article goes through three layers of editing: editing by a theme or issue editor, an overview editor, and a copy editor.

Articles may be submitted at any time. Our editorial deadlines for specific issues are:

  • December 1 (for the issue mailed in February)
  • March 15 (for the issue mailed in May)
  • June 15 (for the issue mailed in August), and
  • September 15 (for the issue mailed in November)
  • except for submissions to theme issues which are two weeks earlier.

Send articles to:

Editor: editor(at)plannersnetwork(dot)org

Or

Planners Network
Dept. of Urban Affairs & Planning
Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021
Fax: (212) 772-5593.

Advertising in Progressive Planning Magazine:

For information on advertising in PPM visit our rates page. Send file via email totangotti(at)hunter(dot)cuny(dot)edu, or mail camera-ready copy, by January 1, April 1, July 1 or October 1. For payment, mail a check or credit card information to Planners Network at:

Planners Network
c/o 106 West Sibley Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

Credit card information includes the name of cardholder, account number, expiration date, billing address and mailing address (if different from billing). You may also call in your order to (607) 254-8890. If you need to receive a bill send us your address and fax number with the file.

Send member updates to:

Mandana Nouri-Nekoei and Lorraine Donald
Email: newsletter(at)plannersnetwork(dot)org

Send items suitable for the resources section of the newsletter to:

Mandana Nouri-Nekoei and Lorraine Donald
Email: newsletter(at)plannersnetwork(dot)org

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Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic systems.

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