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Artwork submissions: email@example.com
Submission Guidelines *
Please include the following with your submission:
- A high resolution front cover image (at least 1MB, jpeg preferred)
- Entire ad content must total no more than 90 words including:
- Book title
- Author name (w/ class year if a Grad)
- Brief description
- Bookseller info
- A Microsoft Word document is preferred for copy submission
- Examples of bookseller info: “Available at Amazon.com” or “Available at Barnes & Noble”
West Point Authors Bookshelf Deadlines
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West Point Bookshelf Page Readership Demographics
West Point magazine is the official alumni magazine for graduates of the United States Military Academy. It is published quarterly and has a circulation of 59,000 + per issue.) The West Point Authors Bookshelf Page appears 2x/ year in the Spring & Fall editions.
- All living graduates of the United States Military Academy
- Surviving spouses of graduates
- Current cadet parents
- Faculty, staff, and friends of West Point
Digital editions are available online at: WestPointAOG.org/WestPointMagazinePastIssues.
West Point Authors Bookshelf is promoted through:
- First Call e-Newsletter- regularly reaches over 49,700+ actively engaged West Point graduates and achieves an outstanding open rate of over 57 percent.
- LinkedIn (16.6K group members/11.7K page followers)
- Twitter (17.9K followers)
View and print West Point Authors Bookshelf PDF here.
*The West Point Association of Graduates’ editorial review committee has the right to refuse West Point Authors Bookshelf advertising based upon a review and evaluation of submitted excerpts and or publicly available book reviews and publisher’s submissions. Criteria include 1) use of profanity, vulgarity and or slanderous language; 2) disparaging content that could be harmful to the Corps of Cadets, US Army and or Military; and 3) misalignment with the WPAOG mission to support West Point and the Long Gray Line.