In the January-February issue, Academic Psychiatry introduced a new manuscript format that features peer-reviewed “mini-papers”—conceptual or empirical contributions to the literature that generate further scholarly work. Although brief, Snap Shots include all of the traditional elements of an original article: summary, introduction, literature review, rationale for the work, and a discussion of the implication of the findings. Unique to Snap Shots is the opportunity to share work that possesses characteristics such as pilot data, single-site or site-specific context, or small sample size. Parameters for Snap Shot submissions include a maximum of 1,000 total words, including a 50 to 75 word summary, no more than five to six references, and no more than one figure or table. To obtain further information or discuss a potential submission, contact Michelle Goldsmith, M.D., and Glendon Tait, M.D., via the journal’s editorial office at email@example.com.