Author Guidelines

Submissions to the magazine should be sent to: with the subject line: Submission for IT  [followed by your last name].

Disclaimer:  ICSA relies on the author(s) of any considered publishable work to adhere to professional ethical standards related to plagiarism or similarities to outside sources. We may screen submissions to help ensure that we publish only original work; however, we do not take responsibility for intended or unintended use of sources without acknowledgement. ICSA generally adheres in its publications to APA writing guidelines for factual, scholarly, or other non-creative writing; however, depending on the style of your work, you may want to review other writing standards such as MLA, Chicago, Turabian, IEEE.

APA Avoiding Plagiarism

Is it Plagiarism - Poynter Institute

We prefer Microsoft Word or a program compatible with Word. Articles should be no more than 2,500 words.  Exceptions are possible at the discretion of the editors.

Please include a jpeg photo (at the highest possible resolution) and biographical sketch (less than 150 words) with your submission.

If there are co-authors to an article, all co-authors must give written permission and provide biographical sketches and (optional) jpeg photos.

Authors must provide full bibliographic data on sources cited and/or referenced.

If individuals are mentioned in the article because of a personal communication or because of their contributions to the planning or writing of the article, they should be properly cited and informed.

Appropriate submissions are reviewed by the relevant section editor and, when appropriate, editorial review advisors.

International Cultic Studies Association, publisher of ICSA Today, retains copyright of published material, unless the author and editors have made another arrangement.

Feel free to contact us if you have questions about the progress of your submission in our review process.