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Type of writing
We’re looking for


We’re open to written works that describe or explain from an NVC standpoint, what works, and how or why it works.  We are looking for practical NVC what-to, how-to, when-to, why-to, ways-to, recommendations, tips, or fresh ideas.

This includes:

  • NVC training curriculum
  • Facilitation activities/exercises
  • NVC learning exercises and activities
  • How to’s
  • Trainer Tips: NVC “snags” people may run into, and suggestions for how to navigate them
  • Inspirational NVC articles that clearly define what worked and how
  • Works that focus on "NVC relevant" results of scientific studies that have meaningful implications for the reader, and written in an engaging way for the average lay-reader
  • Works that explain NVC from a unique perspective



Direct, immediate & meaningful value

Your piece can be story-driven, but we want it to mainly focus on an NVC response, and how or why that response works. We want written pieces that provide explicitly stated insights that others can use.  We’d like each written work to have direct, immediate and meaningful value to our readers.


In other words, personal stories, or reflections on your life, don't fit into what we're looking for -- unless its an example used to support explicitly stated ideas in the written piece.  Also, pieces that could be construed as “veiled advertorials” also don’t fit the library’s purpose.




  • Please also see this page for a brief list of the elements we're looking for in our written works
  • Currently, we're particularly interested with populating our Multimedia Library with written works that introduce readers to NVC or those that are foundational to understanding NVC.  Especially written works that bust myths of the components of NVC (eg. Needs vs Neediness).


(Also, you can also access more Author Support pages in the menu on the upper right hand side of this page.)