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Write for us – join our ‘Botany Writers’ mailing list

Would you like to spread the word about your latest paper? Do you feel that there isn’t enough information available online about your particular area of research? Do you have an engaging video or activity that you’d like to share with the wider world? Or do you simply feel passionate about science communication and making current plant research accessible?

At Botany One, we’re always looking for contributors and interesting articles. If you would like to write for us, you can contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr Anne Osterrieder (email: editor (at) botany.one; Twitter: @AnneOsterrieder), and discuss your article idea. We give feedback on drafts and guide you through writing an effective blog post, if you haven’t done it before. If you are a student or early career researcher, this will give you experience in writing for a more general audience.

Join our ‘Botany Writers’ mailing list

If you would like to write something but aren’t sure what, we run themed days or weeks throughout the year (e.g. International Women’s Day, International Day of Forests, or Plant Records Week). We have set up a ‘Tinyletter’ newsletter, through which we will occasionally send out calls for themed blog posts. If you would like to join the list, please visit https://tinyletter.com/BotanyOneWriters – and please share the link with any colleagues or students (undergraduates and postgraduates) who might be interested.

How to write a great guest post

Here are some examples of excellent guest posts that we have published in the past:

Image by andreas N from Pixabay

Anne Osterrieder

Anne Osterrieder is a Lecturer in Biology and Science Communication at Oxford Brookes University, UK. A plant cell biologist, she loves the Golgi apparatus, lasers and cats. She has her own blog at Plant Cell Biology.

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