Thank you for your interest in Ekklesia Magazine. We hope you find the information on our website helpful, and we encourage you to read the General Information section below before submitting an inquiry. We shall endeavour to respond to every question individually
How to Contact Ekklesia Magazine:
Ekklesia Magazine currently runs a virtual office. Ekklesia Communications Limited, the publishers of the magazine, have considerably invested in various communication technology and developed airtight processes and sophisticated tools for managing data, which enhances a rich corporate culture in our staff and stakeholders. Nevertheless, potential clients can request for meetings with our accredited officers or agents at agreed public locations to verify our corporate and personal data before any transaction. Ekklesia Magazine does not receive cash via any of its officers or agents as all payments must be directly made to the company’s bank accounts. .
Ekklesia Magazine welcomes articles, essays and opinions from prospective contributors, worldwide, especially from the African continent. There is no academic qualifications or experience required before you can write for us, provided you can write in clear, concise Queen’s English. However, writers should align their essays and articles with the vision of the magazine and mainstream Christian doctrines. For the avoidance of doubt, prospective contributors should refer to our fundamental creed as spelt out in our About Us menu. Potential contributors should also review essays published on this website to appreciate the type of writing that can fit into any of our essay submenus. Prospective essayists may seek further clarifications in this regard via a query sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. All articles or write ups should be sent to email@example.com. We reserve the right to accept or reject any materials forwarded to us. Our acceptance or publication of materials submitted to us does not imply that we agreed to pay the writer any remuneration, royalty or fee unless otherwise evidenced by a written contract agreement duly executed by all parties.
Ekklesia Magazine welcomes short stories from prospective writers worldwide, especially from the African continent. There is no academic qualifications or experience required before you can write stories for us. What counts for us is your ability to weave a good tale, create suspense and bring to life characters that the reader can empathise with, in clear, concise Queen’s English. Short stories must be purposed to evangelise and must be the author’s original work, focusing on Biblical values and precepts to enhance the reader’s spiritual growth, encouragement and development. Authors are encouraged to forward their manuscripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. We reserve the right to accept or reject any short story forwarded to us for publication on our website. We do not pay for short stories, and our acceptance or upload of a short story should not be implied to mean that we have agreed to pay its author any remuneration, fee or royalty.
Ekklesia Magazine welcomes manuscripts from prospective writers worldwide, especially from the African continent. There is no distinct academic qualifications or experience required before you can write for us, provided we see the essential elements of crafting good fiction in your writing. Like short stories, manuscripts for novels must be tailored to evangelise and must be an original work, focusing on Biblical values and precepts to enhance the reader’s spiritual growth, encouragement and development. We encourage prospective novelists who desire to publish with us to first send in a proposal before completion of the manuscript. Such a proposal will enable you to obtain feedback from us on whether we can publish your novel or not. Even if you finish your manuscript before approaching us, we may still request that you submit a proposal instead of the manuscript. A fully developed proposal consists of the following:
• The proposed novel’s topic and your rationale for writing it, as this is your opportunity to pitch the book to our editorial and marketing departments.
• What sets it apart from novels sharing the same theme?
• Who is the primary audience for your book?
• When is the estimated date for the manuscript’s completion?
• An annotated table of contents, with a one-paragraph summary or a brief outline of each chapter.
• The anticipated manuscript length, including words per chapter and total words (including notes and bibliography).
• Will the script require illustrative material (such as photographs, line drawings, maps, charts, tables)?
• Refine your proposal. The quality of your proposal will tell us something about your ability to craft a quality manuscript.
• We naturally prefer that you submit your proposal to us first. If you choose to send it simultaneously to other publishers as well, we only ask that you say as much in your cover letter.
After evaluating your proposal, we will advise you of our level of interest. If we have an interest in publishing the project, our Acquisition Editor will follow up with you. We negotiate royalties payable for every acceptable work that we publish as eBooks. For traditional print books, we function as a vanity publisher since we charge a fee for our services. Your proposal may be sent by email to email@example.com
Job Opportunities & Freelance Editors/Proofreaders
Thank you for your interest in desiring to work with Ekklesia Magazine. We operate a virtual office which permits us to work from any location on Planet Earth, using trending communication gadgets. The Board of Ekklesia Communications Limited currently administers the application process for positions in Ekklesia Magazine. The preferred method of application is by email, with a resume submitted as a PDF or Microsoft Word attachment. Please refrain from sending portfolios or attachment larger than 1 MB unless requested in advance to do so. Job openings are regularly published and removed to ensure that the listings here are up to date. Currently, we do not have any vacancies.
Contact our Authors
If you would like to contact any of our authors or contributors, please send mail to our attention at firstname.lastname@example.org. In many cases, authors provide their email addresses alongside their brief resumes at the end of their articles, and you can directly reach them in such instances.
Manuscript Format Checklist
- Write your name, address, phone number, and email address in the top left corner of page 1.
- Include the word count in top right corner.
- Always use 11-12 – point font (Ariel, Book Antiqua, Courier, Time New Roman or Verdana).
- Always double-space.
- Use 1-inch margins.