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Articles Guidelines

We welcome everyone to participate in our open project.

We publish 4 editions per year: June 20, September 20, December 20 and March 20. The deadlines to submit your article is the last day of the previous month (May 31, August 31, November 30 and February 28). Keep in mind that once your article is accepted, we might need to communicate further to polish all details and the visual until it all approved from both sides. Try not to wait till the last day, so we have enough time to make your article looking its best.

Since The Babel Flute offers an immediate translation to over 100 languages, we welcome you to write an article in your native language. If you choose to submit a video, please, give us a written abstract in either English or your chosen language.

You can illustrate your article with pictures (remember about copyrights, when submitting pictures. Do not submit pictures you don’t have rights to. Provide authors’ names and titles of works when ever you know them) and/or video examples (links to Youtube or a similar video host).

If you would like your article to be published, please confirm it back to us as soon as possible, so we can reserve a space for you in the closest upcoming edition! Send us an email at thebabelflute@gmail.com

Unique content

As a preference, we welcome articles and research that have never been previously published. Our aim is to offer our readers exclusive content while also shining a spotlight on our authors. We’re committed to promoting you and your articles on social media, channeling a diverse readership in your direction.

We look forward to work with you!


  • Choose a category (i.e. physiology, flute technique, repertoire, etc…).
  • Gather as much information as possible.
  • Identify the details that are most significant.
  • Arrange the information and the facts in a logical way.
  • Discuss the opinion and the matter in an organized and descriptive manner.
  • Keep the introduction of the topic catching, interesting, and short.
  • Always use proper grammar, spelling, and proper punctuations.
  • Proof read it before submission.

What we need

Please review the following carefully before submitting your article, as failure to adhere to these requirements may result in a delay in publishing your article until the next edition.

1. Article File Format

Please submit your article in a Word or text format (.doc, .docx, .txt) as an attachment via email to thebabelflute@gmail.com. Do not send your article in PDF format.

2. Biography for the Article

Limit your biography to 2-3 paragraphs. Keep in mind that readers can access additional information on your website through the provided links.

3. Picture of Yourself for the Biography

Include a photograph of yourself for the biography section.

4. Your Credentials for the “Our Team” Page:

Examine the examples on the “Our Team” page and provide a brief description, such as “Flute teacher at…,” “Flutist at…,” “Researcher at…,” or “Student at…”.

5. Three Links

Include up to three links of your choice, directing readers to your website, Facebook page, Instagram page, YouTube channel, etc.

6. Main Image for the Article

This image will be displayed on all other pages alongside the article title and should capture the essence of your article. Please refrain from suggesting a picture of yourself for this purpose.

7. Images for the Article

All images intended for use within the article body must be attached to your email as separate files. Ensure they have a good resolution and are not subject to copyright restrictions. It is your responsibility to confirm copyright status and obtain permissions, if necessary. Whenever possible, include descriptions for the images, including copyright information, names, years, etc. Leave space within the article file for the images and add descriptions accordingly.

8. Video Links

If you choose to illustrate your article with video examples, insert the links to the videos within the article body (within the Word file) and provide titles or descriptions for each video. Videos must be hosted on platforms like YouTube or Vimeo.

Thank you for your attention to these guidelines, and we look forward to receiving your submission.

Objectives for article writing:

  • It brings out the topics or the matter of interest in the limelight
  • The article provides information on the topics
  • It offers suggestions and pieces of advice
  • It influences the readers and urges them to think
  • The article discusses various stories, persons, historical events, rising-issues, and technical developments

Key points to keep in mind

  • The topics of the articles should be unique and relevant
  • The article has to get attention
  • It has to be interesting
  • It has to be easy to read
  • The reader is identified
  • Find the main goal of writing an article. The goal can be anything from providing information, entertainment, and advice or for comparing, etc.
  • The title must be eye-catching, clear, and interesting
  • The introduction or the starting paragraph must be highly attentive. Use your vocabulary skills or try to use some interrogative words for the start
  • Use clear statements and make assertions
  • Avoid repetition and over the top logic and reasons
  • Use the style of paragraph writing and write the contents uniquely and unambiguously
  • Avoid using the points which interest you only and not for the general public
  • Write a good and logical ending

Vital Reminders

1. We kindly request that authors interested in collaborating with The Babel Flute maintain courteous and respectful communication in emails. We operate as a cohesive team, and a spirit of mutual respect is essential.

2. Please be aware that The Babel Flute team retains the right to return your article for further revisions to ensure it aligns with our guidelines.

3. Additionally, The Babel Flute team reserves the right to decline articles if we find that they lack sufficient value and quality in their content or if email communication contradicts the principles of respectful and professional conduct.

Read our “Guidelines for sharing and use of content