Blog posts do not have to be long: 200-250 words is plenty, though you’re welcome to write more.
Blog posts can take a variety of forms:
- alerting readers to a useful resource
- reviewing a new or not-so-new book or article
- ruminating on an idea or event
- reporting on a recent conference, lecture, or other happening
- ranting about something at least tangentially related to religion in the west
These are all welcome! You might come up with something that doesn’t fit any of these categories – that’s great too!
You do not need any technological expertise to write a blog post: We can help with formatting, illustrations, hyperlinks, and the like – you come up with the idea and the text. You send it to us as an email or a Microsoft Word document. That’s it.
Your pledge does not have to be large: Even pledging one post will help. In fact, if each of us writes a couple posts, we can probably cover the whole year!
WILL YOU PLEDGE? If you would like to contribute a blog post (or two, or ten) over the next year, please contact us. Tell us how many posts you’ll write before AAR 2012, and alert us to any conditions or qualifications on your pledge. (For example, Quincy Newell pledged six posts, not including posts regarding Seminar business. You might pledge three posts, of which one will be a book review. Or not – it’s up to you!) Please note, too, that the Seminar leadership and RAW blog editor reserve the right to refuse to publish any post that they deem unsuitable for the blog.