From Balloons to Drones seeks to publish articles, commentaries, research notes, and book reviews that encourage debate about air power.
We welcome and encourage potential submissions from postgraduates, academics, and practitioners involved in researching the subject of air power.
Submissions can take the following form:
- Articles – From Balloons to Drones seeks to publish informative articles on air power that range from historical pieces to the analysis of contemporary challenges. These well-researched articles should attempt to bridge a gap between the specialist and non-specialist reader. They should be around c. 1,000 to 1,500 words, though Balloons to Drones will accept larger pieces though we reserve the right to publish them in parts. References can be via footnotes and hyperlinks.
- Commentaries – From Balloons to Drones seeks to publish opinion pieces on recent on a recent piece of news, either on a contemporary or historical subject. These are to be responses to such piece and should be no longer than c. 1,000 words.
- Research Notes – From Balloons to Drones seeks to publish research notes related to contributors currents research projects. These take the form of more informal pieces and can be a discussion of a source or a note on a recent research theme. Unlike other pieces published by Balloons to Drones, they can be written in the first person, though they can include references. These should be c. 500 to 1,000 words.
- Book Reviews – From Balloons to Drones publishes occasional book reviews that aim to be an accessible collection of appraisals of recent publications on the subject of air power. If publishers are interested in having a publication reviewed then, please contact us via the email address below.
Submissions should be submitted in Word format along with a 100 word biography. Also, please include a 50-100 word biography with your submission. However, if you are not sure if your piece fits our requirements, then please email us with the POTENTIAL SUBMISSION in the subject line. References can be used, and, given the readership of this site, please be careful to explain any jargon used.
If you are interested in contributing, please email us at email@example.com