CONTRIBUTE TO EQUUS
EQUU freelan sions f any s mag pref ma em EQLet[email protected] com. We will also consider typed hardcopy manuscripts, but please note: If you would like your materials returned, a selfaddressed, stamped envelope needs to be included with your submission. We do not review or accept simultaneous submissions. Here are a few guidelines for prospective contributors: • Features 3,000 words. • Medical Front (200- to 400-word items)—Brief articles about the latest research, technological advances, treatments generally run from 1,600 to and other veterinary topics pertinent to horse owners.
• Hands On (100- to 400-word items)—Short items offering practical advice and useful reminders on everyday horse care issues, ranging from feeding and hoof care to training and breeding.
• True Tales (700 to 2,000 words)— True stories that focus on particular experiences that typify the multifaceted relationships we have with our horses.
• Case Report (1,000 to 2,500 words)—Equine practitioners and horse owners share their accounts of unusual or baffling cases of equine illness or injury.
Contact Information: EQUUS Editorial Department 656 Quince Orchard Rd., Suite 600 Gaithersburg MD 20878 Fax: (301) 990-9015 Email: EQLet[email protected]media.com