Ad Astra ("to the stars") is the award-winning magazine of the National Space Society, featuring the latest news in space exploration and stunning full-color photography. It is published quarterly and mailed to all National Space Society members as part of their membership benefits, as well as to subscriber libraries, schools, and businesses.
Submissions: Ad Astra is open to unsolicited submissions, but prefers queries from writers, photographers, and artists interested in assignments for future issues of the magazine. Queries should include areas of expertise and interest, recent publication credits, and samples of work. All materials will be considered for possible publication on the basis of their professional quality and connection to the National Space Society's vision and mission.
Authors and publishers are encouraged to send announcements of new space-related nonfiction adult books for possible review. Book reviews from the magazine will be reprinted on the Reading Space portion of this Web site. Ad Astra does not review self- or pod-published books. Science fiction and children's space-related books will be considered for review on the Web site.
Guidelines: Book reviews and profiles, 600-750 words. Features 1200-4000 words with 2-8 full-size (8.5x11) color images at 300 dpi. Sidebars 100-600 words. Payment 25 cents/word, art and photo rates negotiable.
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