Guidelines for Public Submissions

From our readers, to our readers.

Here is a detailed guideline for you to read through before submitting your work.

We are currently accepting submissions.

Submission Guidelines

We accept any work created in the formats of: 

  • Journalism Article
  • Research
  • Review
  • Op-Ed.


  1. Review all guidelines listed.
  2. Complete and submit the Consent to Publish form electronically. 
  3. Send your submission in Word or PDF format in the Consent to Publish form (same as the form stated in 2.) Should you be unable to do so, please email it to the Chief Editor at and fill in this Google Form.

Note: Submissions in formats other than Word or PDF will not be accepted.

Publication Policies of “The FLY Review”

FLY: Malaysia referees review submissions and recommend the necessary course of action for the work. All submissions are read by a member of the editorial team, and submissions that meet the tone, standard and objective of FLY:Malaysia are sent to other necessary departments for further review.

Keep in mind that: All submissions must not be considered for publication, in part or in whole, by any other publication, nor can they have been previously published in any citable form.

FLY:Malaysia reserves the right to reject submitted work at any point in time during the review process.

After the submission period has passed, authors of accepted submissions will be notified and we will notify authors upon selection. We estimate that around a week will be needed to edit and work on a submission.

Contributors should either be enrolled at a Malaysian accredited institution of higher education or a working professional in their designated field at submission time. Submissions from fresh graduates are accepted up to one year from the date of their graduation.

How Should My Work Be Prepared?

  • Please try to be concise, clarity is valued over breadth. The maximum length of a submission is 1,500 words (7,500 characters).
  • Grammar, language, and syntax should be paid attention to.
  • Our aim is to bring original, outstanding work that will interest and educate the audience
  • Accepted work will contribute meaningfully to the knowledge base of FLY:Malaysia’s audience’s financial literacy.

English is currently the only language accepted.

  • Submissions cannot be in protected file format, or it will be rejected.
  • Spacing 1.5, Font – Times New Roman (12 pt)/Arial (10 pt)

Any form of visual aid is welcomed but must be relevant to subject matter.

If you have further enquiries, do not hesitate to contact the Chief Editor at!

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