SunWorld Writer Guidelines

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Thank you for your interest in writing for SunWorld! The editors at SunWorld have provided the following guidelines in order to help you with the process of submitting an idea for an article.

Note: SunWorld does not accept unsolicited manuscripts. If you have already completed an article and want to submit it to SunWorld for review, first send us a query, along with the following information.

Please submit the following article information to the SunWorld editors at Questions can be sent to the same address.

*** Please allow 1-2 weeks for a response to your proposal. ***

Article Title

Word Count:

Word count can be approximate and should not include source code.


Explain why SunWorld readers should care about/must read this article. What makes it compelling? What is the learning benefit?

Delivery Date:

Fill in the blank for us: "I can get this article to you by..."

Supporting Materials:

Describe the code sample(s), graphic(s), and other elements you will include.


This should be an overview of the article's contents and an explanation to the readers -- and editors! -- that should compel people to read the article.

Representative samples of your published work

Background/Biographical information:

Include information about your Sun/Unix expertise, your job title and a brief description of your position, your educational background, your outside interests. Convince us -- and our readers -- that you are the best author imaginable for the suggested article!

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