If you subscribe to the Sum Comfort newsletter, you might have picked up that I'm going to be a dad soon. I understand this will be pretty all-consuming for at least the next few months - which means I'm more than usually open to guest posts.
Here are some guidelines you might want to follow, if you'd like me to consider something of yours for publication:
This blog is mainly about A-level maths. A bit of adult numeracy. A bit of GCSE. A bit of history, a bit of news, a bit of wild speculation, and a few recurring characters.
That's a pretty wide range of stuff, right there, and I'm happy to look at articles covering any or all of them. But please don't send me the same infographic you've sent every blog in the universe, especially if it's about furniture. Nobody likes furniture infographics.
I'm @icecolbeveridge. I don't bite. If you're not sure whether something is likely to work for the blog, just ask! It also helps me spot you, if your message winds up in the spam folder by mistake.
If you send me a nice, edited, ready-to-copy-and-paste-into-wordpress article, I will love you forever. The less work I have to do, the better.
Especially if you're a student, a learner, or a non-mathematician: I'd love to hear from you. As long as you're writing something maths-positive, I'll be happy to read it and consider running it.
There's a little box at the bottom of each article that says a bit about who wrote it. Naturally, you can link to your site and brag about your accomplishments there!
Honestly, I can smell spam a mile off. I want to share the original thoughts of intelligent, maths-positive people. Help me out1!
I'm not all that fussy, as long as it's on-topic and suitable2 . Bring it on - I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with.