Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor

 

Rank Title Website Op-Eds Letters
1 The Wall Street Journal http://online.wsj.com/home-page 600-1200 words, double-spaced. Must be strong argument about issue in news, not response to Journal article. Exclusive use of your article is required and the paper reserves 10 working days to keep it under consideration. Include cover letter, name, address, phone, fax, e-mail. E-mail edit.features@wsj.com or fax 212/416-2255. 300 word limit, must relate to story or editorial in WSJ--include date, headline and page number of article, city where writer is located. E-mail wsj.ltrs@wsj.com or fax 212/416-2255.
2 The New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/ Suggested length is 750 words, but articles of any length will be considered. The Times will respond within one week if the op-ed is to be published. Cannot return unused submissions. Op-eds can be on any topic, but not a response to Times article. Please include name, title, phone number, and address. Op-eds can be e-mailed (in body of e-mail) or faxed. Fax: 212/556-4100, E-mail oped@nytimes.com or mail: The Op-Ed Page, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018. 150 words or less, exclusive to Times, refer to article within past 7 days, include author’s phone numbers, address and e-mail to 212/556-3622 (fax), letters@nytimes.com or  Letters to the Editor/ The New York Times, 620 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10018.
3 USA Today http://www.usatoday.com/ USA TODAY accepts unsolicited opinion pieces for The Forum, its Op-Ed page. Columns typically run 650 to 750 words in length. Those most likely to be accepted deal in an incisive, compelling way with issues now at the top of the news and, in the case of already well debated topics, present a new perspective. As a rule, Op-Eds dealing directly with specific pieces of legislation are not accepted. Submissions should be sent to theforum@usatoday.com as pasted-in text rather than an attachment. 200 words or less. Include name, address and phone. E-mail to editor@usatoday.com or mail to 7950 Jones Branch Dr., McLean, VA 22108 or fax to 703/854-2053. 
4 Los Angeles Times http://www.latimes.com/ The Los Angeles Times welcomes opinion articles on any subject. Submissions must be exclusive to the Times. Most articles are about 750 words in length, though some are shorter, and on Sundays pieces sometimes run as long as 1,200 words.
Submissions must be sent by e-mail to
oped@latimes.com. Please put the name of the author followed by the topic in the subject line, and paste the text of the article into the body of the message. Be sure to include day and evening telephone numbers and a short biography of the writer. If the article is accepted for publication, you will hear from a Times editor within five days. For recorded guidelines call (213) 237-2121.
150 words or less, must include mailing address, phone number, signature. Letters must be written in plain text without attachments. E-mail letter@latimes.com or submit at http://www.latimes.com/la-op-email-form,0,5759779.customform. Call 800/LATIMES ext. 74511 for more information.
5 The Mercury News - San Jose, CA http://www.mercurynews.com/ 650 words or less. E-mail: letters@mercurynews.com.Direct questions and submissions for the commentary page to Jim Braly, 408/920-5475; Mail: 750 Ridder Park Dr. San Jose, CA 95190; or fax: (408) 271-3792. letters@mercurynews.com. Requirements: 150 words or less; no attachments; include your name, address and daytime phone.
6 Daily News - New York, NY http://www.nydailynews.com Submissions should be 650 to 750 words. Include address and phone numbers. Submit by fax: 212/643-7828, e-mail: oped@nydailynews.com, or mail: Daily News, Attn: Robert Laird, 450 W. 33rd St., New York, NY 10001. The shorter the letter, the more likely to get published. Include name, address, phone number. Submit by e-mail to voicers@edit.nydailynews.com.
7 New York Post http://www.nypost.com Target 650 words. The Post prefers op-eds to be submitted via email. The Post very rarely uses info. from PR-type organizations. Be selective in what is sent because editors stop considering pieces if they've "received too much junk." E-mail: cunningham@nypost.com. E-mail to letters@nypost.com. Include name and basic contact information with all submissions.
8 Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/ Submissions are received via their web form at http://projects.washingtonpost.com/opeds/submit only. Op-eds must be 600-800 words and must be submitted exclusively to The Washington Post. Exclusive op-ed submissions will be reviewed by an editor within six business days. Non-exclusive submissions are not reviewed; with close to a hundred exclusive submissions coming in each day, there simply is not time to consider non-exclusive submissions as well. Because there are countless factors that might affect whether an op-ed works for their page, they are not able to provide any guidance on op-ed ideas or proposals. The newspaper needs to see full text of the op-ed before determining whether they might be interested in publishing it. Authors' requests for anonymity cannot be honored and the use of pseudonyms is not permitted. If the author has particular expertise in the subject of the op-ed, or if there are multiple authors, please elaborate in the comments field. There are no minimum author credentials required in order for submissions to be considered. All op-eds should be submitted using the web form as submissions by any other method is not guaranteed to be reviewed. Please type or paste your op-ed into the form as plain text, not HTML. (No brackets, please.) Authors of declined submissions are notified by e-mail of the decision; however, due to the high volume of submissions, only authors of accepted op-eds can be guaranteed to be contacted. No calls, please. Authors should understand that accepted pieces often are not published right away. The time between acceptance and publication varies depending on the time sensitivity of the piece and available space on the op-ed page. Letters to the editor can be sent by e-mail to letters@washpost.com, and submissions to the Outlook section should be sent to outlook@washpost.com. (Please do not send attachments to either address.)
9 The Chicago Sun-Times http://www.suntimes.com/ 650 word limit. Topic must relate to an issue currently in the news and be exclusive to the Chicago area. Please include full name, address and telephone number. Send plain-text e-mail to shuntley@suntimes.com or fax submissions: 312/321-2120. Letters@suntimes.com. Include full name, phone number and address.
10 The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/ 650-700 words, accompanied by a high-resolution, color headshot. Both text and a photo can be sent via e-mail to openforum@denverpost.com, with "guest commentary" in the subject line, or to the attention of guest commentaries editor Barbara Ellis. We also need a short biographical paragraph and welcome guest commentaries or op-eds on topics of general interest, but favor columns on public policy, social issues and current news. Limit 150 words on topics of general interest. Must include full name, address, e-mail address, and day/evening phone numbers for verification.  Email to : openforum@denverpost.com  or mail to: The Open Forum, The Denver Post, 101 W. Colfax Ave., Suite 600, Denver, CO 80202 or fax to: 303/954-1502. To contact the editorial page by phone: (303) 954-1331.
11 Chicago Tribune http://www.chicagotribune.com/ Manuscripts may be submitted to the op-ed page by fax: 312/222-2598, or e-mail: ctc-COMMENT@tribune.com. Letters: include phone numbers, address. Submit by e-mail: ctc-TribLetter@Tribune.com, fax: 312/222-2598, mail to Voice of the People, Chicago Tribune, 435 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL, 60611 or online at chicagotribune.com/news/opinion.
12 Dallas Morning News http://www.dallasnews.com/ Less than 600 words. Include name, mailing address, daytime phone number and short description of what you do for a living. Submit by e-mail: viewpoints@dallasnews.com. Less than 200 words. Include address and phone number. Submit via e-mail to: letterstoeditor@dallasnews.com, Submit online at http://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/send-a-letter/
 fax: 972/263-0456 or regular mail: Letters from Readers, The Dallas Morning News,  Box 655237 Dallas, TX  75265.
13 Newsday - Melville, NY http://www.newsday.com/ 600-800 words, with preference given to Long Island topics. Include your phone number as well as any relevant professional, financial and/or political qualifications, affiliations or interests. Email submissions to oped@newsday.com. You can also fax to 631-843-2986 or mail submissions to:
Opinion Dept., Newsday
235 Pinelawn Rd.
Melville, NY 11747.
200 words or fewer. Shorter letters are preferred. Include your name, address, and day and night telephone numbers. Also, please disclose any relevant professional, financial and/or political affiliations or interests. Send e-mail to letters@newsday.com, or submit online: http://www.newsday.com/opinion/submit-your-letter-1.2516352. You can also fax to 631-843-2986 or send mail to:  Letters, Newsday
235 Pinelawn Rd. Melville, NY 11747. All letters will be edited, become property of Newsday and may be republished in any format. We allow at least 90 days to elapse between published submissions.
14 Houston Chronicle http://www.chron.com/ 600 words or less. The subject matter of the article should be of specific interest to the local area. E-mail essays, up to 600 words long, to outlook@chron.com. No attachments, please. Include name, day and evening phone, and byline identification with affiliation or expertise related to essay.
Because of the volume of letters and essays received, a personal response to each is not possible. However, authors of essays chosen for publication will be contacted by phone.
Send letters to the editor, 250 words or less, as part of e-mail text to viewpoints@chron.com. Include name, address, and day and evening phone numbers for verification purposes only. Letters subject to editing.
15 The Orange County (CA) Register http://www.ocregister.com/ 650 words maximum for daily (M-F) op-ed section or 850 works for weekly "guest columns" section. Must be topical and make case through evidence and facts. Most likely to publish local focus, single issue, well-supported articles written by local author. Also prefer articles that agree with editorial page’s “commitment to individual liberties and limited government." E-mail op-eds to commentary@ocregister.com, columns editor Chris Reed at PO Box or fax listed below. Should be around 150 words. Submit to Letters Editor Betty Talbert by e-mail: letters@ocregister.com, or mail to PO Box 11626, Santa Ana, CA 92711 or fax: 714/796-3657.
16 The Star-Ledger - Newark, NJ http://www.nj.com/starledger/ 800 words or less. Include name, address, phone number. Submit by e-mail: oped@starledger.com or fax 973/-392-5845. 200 words or less, e-mail eletters@starledger.com or mail to 1 Star- Ledger Plaza, Newark, N.J 07102 or fax to 973/392-4040.
17 Tampa Bay Times http://www.tampabay.com/ The Times very rarely uses op-eds, but those submitted should be 750 words or less. Submit by e-mail, text only, to: fasso@tampabay.com; Fax: 727/893-8675. The Times welcomes letters from readers for publication. Because of space limitations, letters should be of reasonable length (250-300 words maximum, as a rule). Letters may be edited for clarity, taste and length. All letters must contain the writer's name, address and telephone number. (Addresses and telephone numbers will not be printed.) Submit online at http://www.tampabay.com/letters.
18 The Plain Dealer - Cleveland, OH http://www.cleveland.com/ 900 words or less. Please include a cover letter explaining who is submitting the op-ed and the relevance of the issue. E-mail: forum@plaind.com or mail/fax to Forum Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1801 Superior Ave., Cleveland, OH 44114 or fax 216/999-6209. Letters: 200 words or less, include full contact information, submit online form at www.cleveland.com/plaindealer/lettertoeditor.ssf e-mail: letters@plaind.com, mail to Letters to the Editor, Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1801 Superior Ave., Cleveland, OH 44114 or fax 216/999-6209.
19 The Philadelphia Inquirer http://www.philly.com/inquirer/ Submissions to the op-ed page may be e-mailed to oped@phillynews.com; mailed to Commentary Page Editor, The Inquirer, Box 41705, Philadelphia, Pa. 19101; or faxed to 215-854-4483. Questions? Call 215-854-2905. Complete op/ed guidelines can be found at http://www.philly.com/inquirer/opinion/Guidelines_for_Opinion_Pieces.html 200 words. The writer's name, home address, and day and evening phone numbers must be included for verification purposes. Freelance writers must have a contract on file before their work can be published.Submissions to the main letters section may be e-mailed to Inquirer.Letters@phillynews.com; mailed to Readers Editor, The Inquirer, Box 41705, Philadelphia, Pa. 19101; or faxed to 215-854-4483. Questions? Call 215-854-5801.
Authors' e-mail addresses are published only with their consent. Letters may be edited for clarity, length and accuracy. Preference for publication goes to letters sent exclusively to The Inquirer. Because of volume, we cannot confirm receipt of each letter. Letters become the property of The Inquirer and may be republished in any medium. Questions? Call 215-854-4543.
20 Star Tribune - Minneapolis, MN http://www.startribune.com/ 800 words or less. Prefer writers exclusive to the state. Submit to Eric Ringham, Op-Ed Editor, via e-mail: opinion@startribune.com; fax: 612/673-4359 or mail: Opinion Editor, Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune, 425 Portland Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 5548. 250 words or less, include all contact information and a signature. All letters become the property of the Star Tribune and if chosen, will be published within a month. Send to opinion@startribune.com or submit online at http://www.startribune.com/opinion/115289839.html.
21 The Arizona Republic - Phoenix, AZ http://www.azcentral.com/ To submit My Turn Columns under 600 words for the main Opinion page, mail: My Turn, The Arizona Republic, PO Box 2244, Phoenix, AZ 85002; e-mail: my.turns@pni.com; fax: 602/444-8933. For more information, call 602/444-8499. Letters: 200 word limit, must be signed, include daytime phone number, mailing address, submit online: http://www.azcentral.com/opinions/sendaletter/index.php or mail to Letters to the Editor, The Arizona Republic, P.O. Box 2244, Phoenix, AZ 85002. Letters may also be faxed to 602/444-8933 or e-mail: opinions@arizonarepublic.com.
22 The Honolulu Advertiser http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/ Op-eds should be 500 words. The Advertiser welcomes longer submissions on topics of local interest for the Island Voices column. Send to letters@honoluluadvertiser.com or submit by using their Web form: http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/form/op/commentaries.

200 words or less, letters must be in good taste on any topic. Submissions must include writer’s true name, address and telephone number (for verification purposes only). Writers are limited to one submission per month. Mail: Letters to the Editor, The Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3350, Honolulu, HI 96802

E-mail: letters@honoluluadvertiser.com or complete online form: http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/current/op/submitletter; or fax: 808/525-8037.

23 Las Vegas Review-Journal http://www.reviewjournal.com 600-900 words. Submit by e-mail to letters@viewnews.com. 300 words or less. Letters should be addressed to "Letters to the Editor" and sent via any of the following these methods:

Mail: Letters to the Editor, Views Newspapers, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125
E-mail: 

letters@viewnews.com
24 The San Diego Union-Tribune http://www.signonsandiego.com/ 750 words or less. Submissions should be about something in the news that would be of interest to area resident, sign if faxed or mailed. E-mail: bill.osborne@utsandiego.com or opinion@utsandiego.com fax: 619/260-5081 or mail: Opinion Editor, The San Diego Union-Tribune, PO Box 120191, San Diego, CA 92112. Phone: (619) 293-1395. 125 words or less. Include a full name, address, daytime phone number and, if faxed or mailed, be signed. Prefer letters that reference items published in the Union-Tribune within the past month, should be exclusive to the Union-Tribune  and e-mail submissions are preferred and can be sent to letters@utsandiego.com. Letters can be mailed to Letters Editor, The San Diego Union-Tribune, P.O. Box 120191, San Diego, CA 92112-0191, or faxed to (619) 260-5081.
25 The Boston Globe http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ 700 words or less. Because of the high volume of mail, we are unable to respond personally unless we are going to use the material. If you have not been contacted within five business days, you may assume that the piece was not selected for publication. Send by e-mail to oped@globe.com.  Regular mail to this address: Op-ed editor, The Boston Globe, P.O. Box 55819, Boston, MA 02205-5819. 200 words or less. The email address for Letters to the Editor is: letter@globe.com Mailing address is P.O. Box 2378, Boston, MA 02205-5819, include full name, address, and a telephone number for confirmation purposes.
26 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution http://www.ajc.com/ 750 words or less. All submissions should be exclusive to other papers in Georgia, Florida, and the Carolinas. Include name, address and phone. Fax to 404/526-5611. E-mailed submissions are preferred. Editorial Page Editor - Cynthia Tucker, phone 404-526-5432, cynthia@ajc.com. 150 words or less, include basic contact info. Submit letters by e-mail letters@ajc.com.

Your letter will be submitted to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for publication in the newspaper. Please include your first and last names (no initials, please) and, for verification purposes only, your home address and both your daytime and nighttime telephone numbers.
Also, we'd appreciate your including a dab of bio information, namely, what you do for a living. This bio-info is optional. We hope to hear from you soon.

27 The Seattle Times http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/ Op-ed is up to 650 words, although up to 1,000 words is possible for the right topic. A tightly written piece has greater impact because it is more likely to be read.
Address submissions to OpEd
Mail to: The Seattle Times, P.O. Box 70, Seattle, WA 98111
Fax to: 206/382-6760
E-mail to: 
oped@seattletimes.com
Leave telephone messages with Kate Riley at 206/464-2260
Because of the volume of material we receive, we can't always respond promptly to inquiries about the status of a submission.
Letters, not exceeding 200 words, must include your full name, address and telephone numbers for verification. Letters become the property of The Times and may be edited for publication. High volume prevents our acknowledging receipt of submissions.
E-mail: letters@seattletimes.com

Fax: (206) 382-6760
Mailing address:
Letters Editor, The Seattle Times
P.O. Box 70 - Seattle, WA 98111
28 The Oregonian - Portland, OR http://www.oregonlive.com/oregonian/ 500 words or less, preference given to short essays on "highly topical issues or themes of particular relevance to the Pacific Northwest, Oregon, and the Portland Metro area." Special expertise a pre-requisite on national or international matters. Send plain-text by e-mail to oped@oregonian.com. Or fax: 503/294-4193. 150 word limit, include address and daytime phone. Submit by e-mail to letters@oregonian.com, fax: 503/294-4193 or by mail: Letters to the Editor, The Oregonian 1320 S.W. Broadway Portland, OR 97201.
29 San Francisco Chronicle http://www.sfgate.com/ 650 or fewer words is the going length (about two pages), double-spaced, in 12-point type. No attachments, preferably send to forum@sfchronicle.com and put "For Open Forum" in the subject line.  Or, Fax to (415) 543-7708. Or send by regular post to: Open Forum,901 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103. For further guidelines, go to sfgate.com/chronicle/submissions/#1. 200 or fewer words. Shorter letters have a better chance of being selected for publication.  Submit online: http://www.sfgate.com/chronicle/submissions/#1.
30 Detroit Free Press http://www.freep.com/ To submit an Opinion Editorial: oped@freepress.com. The ideal length is 600 words. Op-Eds: less than 600 words, and prefers local writers, issues and angles. The Free Press provides stipends for published columns. Please include a complete address and both day and evening telephone numbers. Please follow up with Stephen Henderson or Nichole Christian after you've submitted.
Also can submit by mail or fax to contacts below.
Editor, Detroit Free Press, 615 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226 fax: 313/222-6774.
All writers must provide full name, full home address and day and evening telephone numbers. Letters should be 150 words or less and are subject to editing for length, accuracy and clarity.
Anonymous letters, photocopies, letters to third parties and letters to other publications will not be considered. Letters, opinion pieces and articles submitted to the Free Press may be published or distributed in print, electronic or other forms. 
Email letters@freepress.com.
Please put the letter in body of the E-mail. Attachments will not be accepted. Submit online at http://www.freep.com/article/99999999/opinion04/50926009?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|Opinion|more
By Fax:  313-222-6774
By regular mail: Editor, Detroit Free Press, 615 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226.
31 St. Paul Pioneer-Press www.twincities.com/mld/pioneerpress Maximum of 750 words. Preference to regional issues, writers and communities typically underrepresented on opinion pages. Fax op-ed to 651/228-5564 or e-mail it to letters@pioneerpress.com When submitting a letter, please include your full name (or first and middle initials and last name) and your city of residence, for publication. For verification purposes only, and not for publication, include your street address and daytime telephone number. Limit letters to 150 words or fewer. All letters are subject to editing.
Please send your letters in the body of the e-mail, not as an attachment to 
letters@pioneerpress.com. If you have other questions, please direct them to 651-228-5545.
32 Tribune-Review - Greensburg, PA http://www.pittsburghlive.com Contact Colin McNickle, the Director of Editorial Pages at cmcnickle@tribweb.com or send to opinion@tribweb.com or fax to 724/836-5171.  The Trib welcomes letters from its readers.
We attempt to publish as many as possible to reflect the widest span of views on public issues. To increase your chances for publication, the following guidelines should be met:
Letters should be no longer than 200 words. No writer will be published more than once every 30 days. We reserve the right to accept or reject any letter for publication, and also to edit for grammar, length and accuracy. All letters must list the author's name, address and telephone number for verification purposes.
All published letters will include the author's name. We do not publish thank-you letters. We do publish letters of praise for individuals or groups.

Our Mailing Addresses Are:
Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Letters to the Editor
Tribune-Review
622 Cabin Hill Drive
Greensburg, PA 15601

Our E-Mail address is:


opinion@tribweb.com
33 The Sacramento Bee http://www.sacbee.com/ 650-750 words. Use this form to submit the article: http://www.sacbee.com/326/story/116349.html. 150 words or less. Must include real name, postal address and phone number. Submit online at http://www.sacbee.com/326/story/19629.html, e-mail at letters@sacbee.com or viewpoint@sacbee.com, or mail to Letters, P.O. Box 15779, Sacramento, CA 95852.
34 Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel http://www.jsonline.com/ Open submissions should be 500 to 600 words or less and include both day and evening phone numbers along with an address and email. Write: Crossroads/Perspectives, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, P.O. Box 371, Milwaukee, WI 53201-0371, Fax: (414) 223-5444 E-mail: jsedit@journalsentinel.com. The Journal-Sentinel generally only accepts Letters to the Editor of 200 words or less. Include full contact information. More information and form to submit online: http://www.jsonline.com/news/30627794.html, or e-mail jsedit@journalsentinel.com or mail to Letters to the Editor, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, P.O. Box 371, Milwaukee, WI 53201 or fax to (414) 223-5444. 
35 The Tampa Tribune http://www.tampatrib.com/ 500-750 words. Submissions should be about an issue that is of interest in the local area. Include name, address, title, phone number and “any information that you think would be needed for footer info.” E-mail: ngordon@tampatrib.com. 150 word limit, include daytime phone and address. E-mail letter to jscullin@tampatrib.com or mmccoy@tampatrib.com. Mail to Letters to the Editor, 38112 15th Ave., Zephyrhills, FL 33542. Submit online at http://tbo.com/letter_to_the_editor/
36 The Kansas City Star http://www.kansascity.com/ 600 words or less. E-mail: oped@kcstar.comor mail to The Star, Opinion Pages, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64108. For more information, contact Charles Coulter 816/234-4476. Include a sentence of author description, including city of residence and a daytime phone number.  Up to 200 words, E-mail letters@kcstar.com or mail to The Star, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64108. Please include your full name, address and daytime phone number with anything you send. Submit online at http://www.kansascity.com/letters/
37 Star-Telegram - Ft. Worth, TX http://www.star-telegram.com/ Op-Eds: 800 words or less, prefers timely issues that are of particular interest in the region. Mail: Op-Ed Page Editor, Box 1870, Fort Worth, Texas 76101, fax: 817/390-7831. Submissions via e-mail are preferred: letters@star-telegram.com. Suggested length is 200 words or less. Send as e-mails with a full name, address and daytime phone number. They should be concise, to the point and original - no form letters, please. Writers are limited to one every 30 days. E-mail: letters@star-telegram.com. For additional information or questions contact Mike Norman, Editorial Page Director at (817) 390-7599. 
38 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette http://www.post-gazette.com/ 600 to 800 words of particular interest in the local area, but willing to consider longer pieces. E-mail opinion@post-gazette.com, in text preferred. Fax: 412-263-2606 (Attn: Opinion Page) or mail: Opinion Page, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 34 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh PA 15222. 250 words or less. E-mail letters@post-gazette.com or mail to Letters to the Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 34 Blvd of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, fax: 412/263-2014. Provide your address and phone number for verification. 
39 The Sun - Baltimore, MD http://www.baltimoresun.com/ Should be approximately 700 words. They should include an identifying tagline at the bottom. The author's name, address, telephone number and e-mail address should accompany the contribution. Response time, if sent via e-mail, generally is within several days. Contributions should be submitted to the editor of the page, Michael Cross-Barnet. They can be submitted via e-mail: commentary@baltsun.com via fax to 410-332-6977 or via regular mail to 501 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 21278. E-mail is preferred. The Sun welcomes letters of 250 words or less. All letters become property of the Sun, which reserves the right to edit them. Include name, address, day and evening telephone numbers. Mail: Letter to the Editor, The Baltimore Sun, PO Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278-0001; Fax: 410/332-6977; or E-mail: letters@baltsun.com.
40 St. Louis Post-Dispatch http://www.stltoday.com/ Should be approximately 500 words. Preference given to Illinois and Missouri authors, others not ruled out. E-mail as text: letters@post-dispatch.com or fax 314/340-3139. 250 words or less, mail to Letters to the Editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 900 North Tucker Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63101, e-mail letters@post-dispatch.com or fax above number.
41 South Florida Sun-Sentinel - Ft. Lauderdale, FL http://www.sun-sentinel.com/ Prefer 800 words or less, but will consider a submission of up to 1,000 words if it is about an important issue. They also prefer e-mailed submissions. Fax: 954/356-4559; e-mail: kguy@sun-sentinel.com 200 words or less; should include name, address, phone, and signature. E-mail (no attachments) letter@sun-sentinel.com or submit online at http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/opinion/sfl-letterseditor,1,3571553.customform.
42 Orlando Sentinel http://www.orlandosentinel.com/ 700 words and includes a head-and-shoulders picture; E-mail to insight@orlandosentinel.com, fax 407/420-5286 or mail.  250 words or less and include name, address and daytime phone. E-mail: insight@orlandosentinel.com, Fax: 407/-420-5286 or Letters to the Editor, Orlando Sentinel, 633 N. Orange Ave. MP-218, Orlando, FL 32801-1349. Submit online at http://www.orlandosentinel.com/letters
43 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Little Rock, AR http://www2.arkansasonline.com/ Should be 700-800 words and written by Arkansas residents. The Democrat-Gazette will publish essays from Arkansas residents bearing no more than two bylines. Include name, address, a note of bio and a daytime telephone number. http://www2.arkansasonline.com/staff/ed-gray/contact/   For out of state submissions, contact Ed Gray for Sunday editorial/feature section. Submitt online at : http://www2.arkansasonline.com/staff/ed-gray/contact/  or email at ed_gray@adg.ardemgaz.com. 250 word limit, only accept letters from Arkansas residents. Submit online: http://www.arkansasonline.com/contact/voicesform/ or by e-mail: voices@arkansasonline.com.
44 Investors Business Daily - Los Angeles, CA http://www.ibdeditorials.com/ Letters To The Editor & Op-Ed Submissions: letters@ibdeditorials.com. Or send letters & submissions to: Investor's Business Daily ATTN: IBD Editorials 12655 Beatrice Street Los Angeles, CA 90066. See Op-Ed Section.
45 The Indianapolis Star            

http://www.indystar.com/           

800 words. Prefers local writers, but outside writers on national/international topics are okay. Tear sheets of published pieces are sent to writers. Make sure e-mail indicates that the piece is intended for Jane Lichtenberg and the op-ed page. This newspaper's owner also owns Indianapolis News. Editors will respond in two weeks to submissions they intend to print. E-mail: stareditor@starnews.com; Fax: 317/656-1435 Mail: Jane Lichtenberg, Op-Ed Page Editor, P.O. Box 145, Indianapolis, IN 46206. Can also submit online.           

Letters: fill out this form, mail to Letters to the Editor, Indianapolis Star, P.O. Box 145, Indianapolis, IN 46206, or fax to 1-317-444-6800. Please include your name, address and phone number.

46 The Record - Hackensack, NJ http://www.newsobserver.com/ 800 words or less. E-mail: oped@northjersey.com or fax to 201/646-4749. Please be brief and include all contact information. 
   Phone: (201) 646-4553
   Fax: (201) 646-4749
   
letterstotheeditor@northjersey.com
47 The Miami Herald http://www.miamiherald.com/ Under 600 words, Include a photo (head shot) of the author, provide an e-mail address or website to run with the column. Fax to 305/376-8950 or e-mail to oped@MiamiHerald.com. Include name, address, phone number, e-mail to HeraldEd@MiamiHerald.com (no attachments), mail to The Readers’ Forum, The Miami Herald, 3511 NW 91Ave., Miami, FL 33172 or fax 305/376-8950.
48 The Buffalo News http://www.buffalonews.com The major outlets for freelance “op-ed” material in The News are the My View column and the Another Voice column on the editorial page. Longer articles will be considered for the Sunday Viewpoints section if they are substantial and appropriate to the setting, but writers should query Mike Vogel or Carol Feind at The News before undertaking any long article. Mail submissions to My View or Another Voice, The Buffalo News, PO Box 100, Buffalo, New York 14240. Fax: 856-5150; or e-mail to editpage@buffnews.com. Letters should be a maximum of 200 words. Write to Everybody's Column, The Buffalo News, One News Plaza, P.O. Box 100, Buffalo, NY, 14240, or fax to 716-856-5150. You may also send an email to LetterToEditor@buffnews.com. Every single letter which we print in the paper is verified by telephone, so be sure to sign your letter and include your address and a day-time phone number.
49 San Antonio Express-News http://www.mysanantonio.com/ Comments should run no more than 600 words and should follow the rules for letters. E-mail: letters@express-news.net; Fax: 210/-250-3465. 250 words or less; and should address a single issue. Letters must be signed -- no initials or pseudonyms. Include a correct address and daytime telephone number for verification (but not publication). Letters will be edited for clarity, length, taste and legal reasons. E-mail: letters@express-news.net; Fax: 210/250-3465; Mail: Letters, c/o Express-News, P.O. Box 2171, San Antonio, TX 78297. Submit online at http://www.mysanantonio.com/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/
50 The Charlotte Observer http://www.charlotteobserver.com/ Submit your op-ed pieces to the same mailing address, fax number and e-mail as letters to the editor with “op-ed” in the subject heading to opinion@charlotteobserver.com . Letters typically address a single idea and do not exceed 150 words. Please sign (unless you are using e-mail or computer fax) and include your address and daytime telephone number. They edit for brevity, grammar and clarity, and they reject letters published elsewhere. They cannot return or acknowledge letters not used. Published letters will appear in paper and electronic format. Send letters to The Observer Forum, The Charlotte Observer, P.O. Box 30308, Charlotte, NC 28230-0308 or fax them to 704/358-5022. Letters can also be emailed to opinion@charlotteobserver.com.  
51 The Press-Enterprise - Riverside, CA http://www.pe.com Manuscripts must be brief. Exclusive to Southern California only. Submit to the Executive Editor or send to letters@pe.com. The Press-Enterprise welcomes and reads all letters from readers. Letters are selected for publication based on their clarity and brevity. They also are chosen to represent a diverse set of views on as many issues as possible.  Due to the volume of mail, it isn't possible to print all of the letters received. To give an opportunity to the greatest number of writers, no individual's work will be published more than once every 30 days. Some letters appear in condensed form. If possible, letters should be kept to under 200 words.

We require the writer's name and city to be published with each letter chosen. We do not withhold names or allow the use of initials or pseudonyms. We also require telephone numbers so we can contact writers for clarification or confirmation. We do not publish form letters, poetry, letters written to other publications or letters directed to individuals.

To submit, the use of our online form below is the preferred method. Or, you may also send via postal mail, fax or E-mail (plain text files only - no attachments please).

Postal Mail mail to : Your Views The Press-Enterprise PO BOX 792 Riverside, CA 92502

E-mail to 

letters@pe.com.
52 The Columbus Dispatch http://www.dispatch.com
700-800 words. Submit via e-mail to the Forum Page Editor at forum@dispatch.com. No attachments. Fax: 614/461-8793.  200 words or less. Typed submissions are preferred, all may be edited. Signature, address, daytime phone numbers are required. Please specify a date if there’s a reference to previous article on letters. Submit to letters@dispatch.com; Mail: Letter to the Editor, Columbus Dispatch, 34 S. 3 rd St., Colombus, OH 43215; Fax: 614/461-8793. Submit online: http://www.dispatch.com/content/pages/opinion/send-letter-to-editor.jsp?cmpid=tplnnvhp
53 Omaha World-Herald http://www.omaha.com/ About 700-800 words; fax to 402/345-4547. Indicate for "Another Point of View". E-mail: pulse@owh.com. However, this e-mail and the fax number are the same for the letters tot he eeditor. Mail: Omaha World-Herald, 1334 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE 68102.  Readers are welcome to write to The Public Pulse. Letters must include the writer's first and last names as well as the writer's address and telephone number. (Neither addresses nor phone numbers are published.) Letters written anonymously or with pseudonyms will not be printed. Letters must be in the original words of the writer and may be edited for reasons including taste, accuracy, clarity and length. We will not knowingly print letters sent to other publications. Materials submitted to the Public Pulse or More Commentary page may be reproduced or distributed by print, digital or other means.

Editorial Page Editor    Geitner Simmons    (402) 444-1187    E-mail 

pulse@owh.com.
54 The Virginian Pilot http://hamptonroads.com/pilotonline 750 words or less. Local interest is key to getting your op-ed printed. Be sure to include your name, address and phone number. E-mail letters@pilotonline.com by fax at 757/446-2051.

150 words or less, include full contact information. E- mail: letters@pilotonline.com or fax at 757/446-2051, or mail to Letters to the Editor, P.O. Box 449, Norfolk, VA 23501-0449. 

55 The Courier-Journal - Louisville, KY http://www.courier-journal.com/ 500-700 words. Prefers to receive by fax: 502/582-4066 by e-mail to Keith Runyon at krunyon@courier-journal.com. 200 words or less, mail to Readers Forum, The Courier-Journal, P.O. Box 740031, Louisville, Ky., 40201-7431 or e-mail your letter to cjletter@louisv02.gannett.com; submit online: http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=999980212021; or fax 502/582-4155.
56 The Cincinnati Enquirer http://news.cincinnati.com/  See letters policy.

Limit letters to 100 words. All letters may be edited for space and clarity. Longer letters may be considered for other features on the Editorial Page, Opinions Page, or in Sunday Forum. Submitt online at http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/99999999/EDIT0202/302160003
Use our online form to send a letter to the editor of The Cincinnati Enquirer. E-mail to letters@enquirer.com or mail to:

Letters
Enquirer Editorial Page
312 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Include  name, address (community), and day phone number. 

57 Austin American-Statesman http://www.statesman.com/ You may submit a column — 750 words maximum — but your odds are better writing a letter. On most days, they run only four columns. Most of those slots go to staff writers and syndicated columnists—but they’re always looking for well-written, thoughtful pieces. Send to the editorial board at the following fax number: 512/912-5927. 150 words or less. Fax: 512/-912-5927, e-mail to letters@statesman.com.
58 The Hartford Courant http://www.courant.com/ Submissions should be sent via e-mail to oped@courant.com. 750 words or less. Public policy issues should be of interest to Connecticut residents. Persons submitting op-eds should have strong credentials in the subject matter. Fax: 860/520-6941.  Letters require full name, mailing address, phone numbers and e-mail address for verification. Your letter should be exclusive to The Courant. Your submission may be edited and shortened. Writers will ordinarily be limited to one published letter every two months. Letters can be submitted online at http://www.courant.com/news/opinion/letters/, by email to letters@courant.com or my mail to Letters, The Courant, 285 Broad St., Hartford, CT. 06115.
59 NewsOK - Oklahoma City, OK http://www.newsok.com   MAIL:
Your Views
The Oklahoman
P.O. Box 25125
Oklahoma City, OK 73125
Submit online: http://newsok.com/lettertotheeditor.
E-MAIL: 
Yourviews@oklahoman.com  
Guidelines for Your Views:
What we require
1.    Letters of 250 words or less.
2. A full name and complete postal address, including zip code, must accompany your letter. (This is needed for verification. Your address won't be published.)
3. "Name withheld" letters are not accepted. Nor are letters signed only with initials or a first initial and last name.
4. E-mailed letters cannot be sent as attachments.
5. Authors are limited to one letter every 28-42 days, depending on volume.
6. When referring to a news story or previous letter published in Your Views, cite the headline or letter writer's name and the date of publication.
60 The News & Observer - Raleigh, NC http://www.newsobserver.com/ 650-700 words, should be particular interest to their local readers. Please include name, address, phone and how you are affiliated with the issue. E-mail to forum@newsobserver.com. For more information call (919) 829-4517. Chances of printing for an internation (non-Carolina piece) are virtually zero.  Letters must include your name, address and daytime phone number and must be signed (if sent by mail). Letters are limited to 200 words and may be edited and republished in any format.  Mailed letters should be sent to: The People's Forum, P.O. Box 191 Raleigh, NC 27602. Submit online at http://www.newsobserver.com/submit-letter/ or e-mail to forum@newsobserver.com. Call (919) 829-4517 with questions.
61 La Opinion - Los Angeles, CA http://www.laopinion.com/
Spanish nespaper in los Angeles. Send e-mail to editorial@laopinion.com or tribuna@laopinion.com
Send letters to tribuna@laopinion.com.
62 The Detroit News http://www.detnews.com/ Must be exclusive in Detroit metro area. 600-750 words are ideal. Send by e-mail to comment@detnews.com or fax to 313/222-6417or mail to Richard Burr, Associate Editor / Features, Editorial Page, 615 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Michigan 48226. Preference given to local and state topics by Michigan writers. Preference 250 words or less, include all contact information. E-mail: letters@detnews.com; or fax 313/222-6417; or mail: The Detroit News, Letters, Editorial Page, 615 W. Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48226.
63 The Fresno Bee http://www.fresnobee.com/ The Valley Voices page appears Saturdays. Op-eds can be submitted for The Valley Voices here http://www.fresnobee.com/email/. Letters must be 200 words or less and can be submitted here http://www.fresnobee.com/email/.
64 The Providence Journal http://www.projo.com

Averaging 700-900 words that would be of particular interest in the region. Prefer e-mail: rwhitcom@projo.com or mail: 

Editorial (Opinion), The Providence Journal, 75 Fountain Street, Providence, RI 02902. 

We strongly favor letters of 250 words or fewer, typed and double-spaced. Each must carry the writer's printed name, signature, address and daytime phone number. Please do not fax letters.
Send submissions via e-mail to: Submit a letter via e-mail to 
letters@projo.com,
or by regular mail to:
Letters to the Editor
The Providence Journal
75 Fountain St.
Providence, RI 02902
65 The Salt Lake Tribune  http://www.sltrib.com/ Opinion pieces for the Sunday op-ed pages may be submitted in one of three ways:
1.E-mail the submission to Vern Anderson, editor of the editorial page, at 
vanderson@sltrib.com. E-mails with attachments will not be accepted. The opinion must submitted as a plain text in the body of the message.
2. Send the typed, double-spaced submission to Vern Anderson, The Salt Lake Tribune, 90 S. 400 West, Suite 700, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
3. Send the submission by fax to 801-257-8515

All submissions should include name, address, telephone number and some information on the author so that it can be included on the end of the piece. Submissions must be no longer than 600 words and arrive no later than Wednesday at noon for publication on Sunday.

Letters from Salt Lake Tribune readers are printed in The Public Forum in the Opinion section of the newspaper and online.
Mail to Public Forum, The Salt Lake Tribune, 90 S. 400 West, Suite 700, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Or, email to 
letters@sltrib.com.  
E-mail letters lacking full name, postal address and daytime telephone number and those sent to other e-mail boxes will be deleted. E-mail with attachments will be deleted. The letter must submitted as a plain text in the body of the message.
Or, fax to (801)257-8950.
66 Deseret News http://www.deseretnews.com/home/

The Deseret News will consider publishing commentary of up to 600 words as a My View op-ed. Please include "My View" in the subject line.

Submissions must include the writer's full name, address and telephone number. We do not publish anonymous letters. Please include full address in the comments section.

All submission become the property of the Deseret News and are subject to editing for length, accuracy, clarity and civility.

Publication is at the sole discretion of the editors. We typically only publish one letter per writer each month. Unpublished submissions can neither be acknowledged nor returned.

 

Letters intended for publication should address a single topic and not exceed 200 words.

The Deseret News will consider publishing commentary of up to 600 words as a My View op-ed. Please include "My View" in the subject line.

Submissions must include the writer's full name, address and telephone number. We do not publish anonymous letters. Please include full address in the comments section.

All submission become the property of the Deseret News and are subject to editing for length, accuracy, clarity and civility.

Publication is at the sole discretion of the editors. We typically only publish one letter per writer each month. Unpublished submissions can neither be acknowledged nor returned.

Submit online located on the left of the page at http://www.deseretnews.com/opinion/op-eds or email news@desnews.com.

67 Richmond Times-Dispatch http://www.timesdispatch.com/ 800 words or less. Rarely accept unsolicited op-eds, and the ones they use must be specifically Virginia and/or Richmond related, as well as exclusive to the Times-Dispatch. Fax: 804/775-8090. E-mail the editor of the Op/Ed page at cparis@timesdispatch.com. Letters from Times-Dispatch readers, intended for publication may be sent by fax (804-819-1216), U.S. mail (Editor of the Editorial Pages, Box 85333, Richmond, VA 23293), or e-mail letters@timesdispatch.com. Submit online at https://timesdispatch-dot-com.bloxcms-ny1.com/opinion/submit-letter/.
68 Democrat & Chronicle - Rochester, NY http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/frontpage Please limit Speaking Out essay submissions to 400 or fewer words. For questions about essays, call 258-2487 or 258-2250. Submit online at http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/misc?URL=/misc/forms/speakingout.pbs. All submissions must include your name, address and daytime telephone number. Limit letters to fewer than 175 words. Send to Letters to the Editor, Democrat and Chronicle, 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY 14614. Submit online at http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/misc?URL=/misc/forms/letterseditor.pbs.
69 The Palm Beach Post http://www.palmbeachpost.com/ 600-700 words, must be timely, a strong opinion and well-stated. E-mail to lafrala@pbpost.com. Recommended length is a maximum of 250 words. Letters are preferably sent by e-mail to letters@pbpost.com. Faxed to (561) 820-4728, or mailed to Letters to the Editor, The Palm Beach Post, P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach FL, 33416-4700.
70 The Tennesseean - Nashville, TN http://tennessean.com Should be between 600-700 words. E-mail op-eds for Nashville Eye. E-mail Sandra Roberts, sroberts@tennessean.com or fax to 615/259-8093. Letters accepted for publication will appear in the newspaper and on this web site. Preference will go to readers in the Middle Tennessee area. Letters will be edited. Preference will be given to letters of less than 250 words. To be considered for publication, letters must include the writer's name, street address and daytime telephone number. Only the name, hometown and ZIP code will be published. Letter writers who would like their e-mail addresses published should include that address with the letter.
Letters may be submitted via this form. They also may be mailed to Letters to the Editor, The Tennessean, 1100 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203. They may be e-mailed to 
letters@tennessean.com or faxed to 615/259-8093.
71 Boston Herald http://www.bostonherald.com/ 650-800 words. E-mail to oped@bostonherald.com or fax to 617/542-1315. Include all contact information. 
 
Send your opinions to: Letters, BostonHerald, PO Box 5584, Boston, MA 02205-5843 or email them to letterstoeditor@bostonherald.com. All must be type written. Some may be edited.
72 Tulsa World http://www.tulsaworld.com Contact: david.averill@tulsaworld.com, 918-581-8330.
Guidelines: Columns no more than 650-700 words in length. If you use figures, please cite a source (internally – footnotes aren’t required). We can’t use columns that directly rebut or answer a specific Tulsa World editorial, or argue with a previous Readers Forum piece or letter. Letters to the Editor is the proper place for such correspondence.

When e-mailing your work, please type “Readers Forum Submission” in the subject line. Pieces can be mailed to Tulsa World Reader Forum Submission, P.O. Box 1770, Tulsa, OK 74102. To be considered, a daytime phone number must be included. State how you would like to be identified. This may be as a resident of a city, occupation or affiliation.

Contact: letters@tulsaworld.com, 581-8330.
Guidelines: Letters to the editor are encouraged. Each letter must be signed and include an address and a telephone number, where the writer can be reached during business hours. Addresses and phone numbers will not be published. Letters have a 250-word limit. Letters may be edited for length, style and grammar.
73 The Commercial Appeal - Memphis, TN http://www.commercialappeal.com 800 word limit. Fax your "Viewpoint" submissions to 901/529-6445 and use e-mail or web form as letters to the editor.  The Commercial Appeal welcomes letters from our readers. All letters must include the writer’s name, full home address and daytime and evening phone numbers for verification. Letters can be submitted at http://www.commercialappeal.com/letter-to-editor/.
74 Daily Herald - Arlington Heights, IL http://www.dailyherald.com/ Usually only syndicated columnists are published. Send to fencepost@dailyherald.com. Limit: 300 words. Letters must be signed and include the writer's town, and day and evening phone numbers. Mailing address is Fence Post, The Daily Herald, P.O. Box 280, Arlington Heights, IL 60006-0280
75 The Des Moines Register http://www.desmoinesregister.com Contact Carol Hunter, Editor of Editorials at (515) 284-8000 or e-mail letters@dmreg.com. Usually around 700 words on topics related to Iowwa and of interest to our readers. If published, a head shot and a signed agreenment form is necessary. 

Preference is given to letters that are 200 words or fewer.
Include your name, complete address and daytime phone number.
All submissions may be edited for length, accuracy and clarity and may be published or distributed in print, electronic or other forms. Send letters to the editor by e-mail:
letters@dmreg.com. Send with contact information by fax to 515/286-2504. Submit online at http://www.desmoinesregister.com/viewint/article/99999999/HELP/40507010/Submit-Letter-Editor. Send in mail to:

Letters to the Editor
The Des Moines Register
P.O. Box 957
Des Moines, IA 50306

76 Arizona Daily Star - Tucson http://azstarnet.com/ Maximum length is 500 words. We can stretch that limit somewhat in either direction, but only somewhat. We accept submissions by e-mail or postal mail, but we much prefer e-mail submissions. We suggest using the e-mail address for letters to the editor because it replies with an automatic response that lets the sender know his or her letter has been received. With that said, here are the addresses:
E-mail: 
letters@azstarnet.com
Mail: Guest Opinions, P.O. Box 26807, Tucson, AZ 85726-6807.
E-mail letters to letters@azstarnet.com.
Mail to P.O. Box 26807,
Tucson, AZ 85726-6807
Letters must include the author's full name, address, occupation and daytime phone number. If the letter is on a political subject, writers must disclose any affiliation to a political campaign and/or candidate. Maximum length is 150 words. All letters may be edited for clarity or shortened to fit the allocated space.
77 Dayton Daily News http://www.daytondailynews.com 700-750 words, include daytie phone numbers with all submissions. E-mail to Speak Up! at speakup@daytondailynews.com include your full name and a daytime telephone number. Keep your submissions to 200 words or fewer. To publish as many letters as possible, they may be edited. No attachments, please.
edletter@daytondailynews.com
Fax your letter to (937) 225-7302
By mail: Letters to the editor, 1611 S. Main St., Dayton, OH 45409.
78 Asbury Park Press - Neptune, NJ http://www.app.com/ 400 words or less, prefer writers with expertise in the area they are writing about. 

Letters must include full name, address and daytime phone number for verification. Writers are limited to one letter, 250 words or fewer, per month. All letters are subject to editing or rejection. All submissions may be published or distributed by us in print, electronic or other forms. 

Regular mail:  Letters to the Editor, Asbury Park Press
3601 Highway 66
Neptune, NJ 07754-1551
E-mail: yourviews@app.com

79 The Florida Times-Union http://www.jacksonville.com/ 750 word limit, the shorter the better. E-mail to tuletters@jacksonville.com or U.S. mail to Florida Times-Union, P.O. Box 1949, Jacksonville, FL 32231.  When submitting your letter via e-mail or by using our letters form avoid using attachments. If you have written your letter in another program you may cut and paste it into your e-mail or the letters form. Letters should be signed, except e-mail. Please include a full name, home address, occupation and daytime phone number, for verification purposes. The name, city of residence and, usually, occupation of writers are published. E-mail to tuletters@jacksonville.com or submit online at http://www.jacksonville.com/opinion/submit_a_letter_to_the_editor. Fax to 904/359-4090.
80 The Blade - Toledo, OH http://www.toledoblade.com/ Saturday essays: 1000-1100 words. Include name, address, and daytime phone number. This requires a photo also and can be done via e-mail with JPEG format. Use the same e-mail as letters to the editor with "op-ed" in the subject heading.  Letters can be faxed to 419-724-6191 or E-mailed to letters@theblade.com. (Please use one delivery mode only.) 300 word limit. The Blade's mailing address is 541 N. Superior St., P.O. Box 921, Toledo, OH 43660. Letters not accepted for publication cannot be acknowledged or returned. Fax to 419/724-6191. 
81 The Times of Northwest Indiana  http://www.nwitimes.com/ Contact Editorial Page Editor Doug Ross at doug.ross@nwi.com.

Submit online at https://nwitimes-dot-com.bloxcms.com/forms/letters-to-the-editor/.

 

We welcome letters from readers on any issue of public interest, and make every effort to publish as many as we can and in a timely manner. The Times will publish only one letter a month from a writer, and be sure to include your name, address and a telephone number for verification. Letters should be 150 words or less. They will be edited.

Letters may be submitted:

  • Via our submission form.
  • Via e-mail.
  • Via fax: (219) 933-3249 or (219) 465-7298
  • Via mail or by hand to our offices:
    • 601 45th Ave., Munster, IN 46321
    • 2080 N. Main St., Crown Point, IN 46307
    • 1111 Glendale Blvd., Valparaiso, IN 46383
    • 3410 Delta Dr., Portage, IN 46368
    • Please mark envelopes with "Attn: Letters"

Questions?

Email Editorial Page Editor Doug Ross or call (219) 548-4360 or (219) 933-3357

 

   
82 Wisconsin State Journal http://www.madison.com/wsj The newspaper publishes a limited number of guest columns of 500 words or less.
More information: Jay Eastlick, op-ed editor, 252-6160,  
jeastlick@madison.com .
Name, street address and daytime phone number are required for verification. Only name and city will be published.
Please be aware that letters are posted online on the State Journal's Web site and will be archived. You may submit a letter to the editor of the Opinion page, 
wsjopine@madison.com, or fax: 252-6119, or mail Letters to the Editor, Wisconsin State Journal, P.O. 8058, Madison, WI 53708. Letters generally should be 200 words or less.
More information: Kris Crary, letters editor, 252-6111, kcrary@madison.com. Submit online at the very end of the page at http://host.madison.com/ct/opinion/mailbag/.
83 Albuquerque Journal http://www.abqjournal.com/

Prefers locally written commentaries and a limit of 750 words. Fax to 505/983-2523. E-mail: smills@abqjournal.com. Albuquerque Journal Newsroom
7777 Jefferson Street NE
Albuquerque, N.M., 87109-4360

Fax to 505/983-2523.

Preference is given to letters that are fresh, brief and clear. Please make sure to include a home address with telephone number and a reliable daytime phone number for verification. Letters are to be submitted using the following online form: www.abqjournal.com/letters_form.htm.
84 The Post and Courier - Charleston, SC http://www.postandcourier.com/ No more than 850 words. Send to editor@postandcourier.com. Write a letter to the Editor We want to hear your opinions. Please include your full name and contact information so we can verify who you are. Unverified letters cannot be printed. Email letters to letters@postandcourier.com. Mail: The Editor, The Post and Courier, 134 Columbus St., Charleston, SC 29403. 
85 Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader http://www.kentucky.com/ Use information in the letter to the editor section.  Letters should be:
* No more than 250 words. Any exceptions will be made at the discretion of the editors. We reserve the right to edit all letters submitted for brevity, content and clarity.
* Original, not copies or form letters.
* Essential information: Sign your letter and include your street address and daytime and evening telephone numbers. (Phone numbers are used for verification only.)
* Mail to: Letters to the editor, Lexington Herald-Leader, 100 Midland Avenue, Lexington, Ky., 40508.
* By fax: (859) 231-3332.
* Online: http://www.kentucky.com/submit-letter/
.
* Questions: About letters, call (859) 231-3235.
86 The Los Angeles Daily News - Woodland Hills, CA http://www.dailynews.com To submit op-ed pieces and personal essays, e-mail them either in the body of an e-mail or in a Microsoft Word-compatible attachment to dnopinion@dailynews.com. 125 words or less. Letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number and the community or city in which you live. E-mail them to dnforum@dailynews.com. Submit online on the ffar left colomn at http://www.dailynews.com/opinions/.
87 The Times-Picayune - New Orleans, LA http://www.nola.com/t-p/ Oped submissions are welcome on topics of local or state interest. They should be no longer than 650 words and include the name, daytime phone number and e-mail address of the author. Articles should be sent to Annette Sisco at opedpage@timespicayune.com.

Letters should be brief and to the point, preferably 200 words or less. To be considered for publication, they must include the writer's address and a daytime phone number. Initials and pen names are not accepted, nor are letters addressed to others. Letters from the same writer are not published when they follow frequently upon another. Do not send a letter as an email attachment such as .doc or .txt. We cannot open such files. All submissions become the property of The Times-Picayune and will not be returned. Submissions may be edited and may be published or otherwise reused in any medium.

Email: letters@timespicayune.com or Mail to: Letters to the Editor

The Times-Picayune 3800 Howard Avenue

New Orleans, LA 70125-1429

88 The News Journal - New Castle, DE http://www.delawareonline.com/ Submissions should be made to the Editorial Page Editor with Op-Ed in the subject of any e-mail or fax that is sent. E-mail: ghuffenberger@wnewsj.com. Max 250 words. Submit letters online at http://www.delawareonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/section?template=XsendmailForm&category=opinion, or
Send your letters to:
Letters to the Editor
P.O. Box 15505
Wilmington, DE 19850
Fax: (302) 324-2595.
89 Morning Call - Allentown, PA http://www.mcall.com/ Must be between 650-750 words, should be about one issue only. E-mail submissions are preferred: kranzley@mcall.com or fax to 610/770-3720.  Letters must be original, less than 200 words, legible and submitted exclusively to The Morning Call. Double-spaced typing is preferred but not required. Letters must include the writer's signature, a verifiable home street address and day and evening telephone numbers (for verification purposes -- street addresses and telephone numbers will not be published). The Morning Call reserves the right to edit and condense all letters. Letters should be addressed to:

Letters to the Editor, The Morning Call, Box 1260, Allentown, Pa. 18105.

Letters can be faxed to (610) 820-6693

Or, use the online form here http://www.mcall.com/opinion/letters/.

90 The Akron Beacon Journal http://www.ohio.com/
http://www.thebeaconjournal.com
500-750 words. Guidelines listed daily in print edition of paper. Author should include bio. E-mail vop@thebeaconjournal.com. Send emails without attachments to vop@thebeaconjournal.com. You must include your name, address and phone number to be considered for publication
91 Knoxville News-Sentinel http://www.knoxnews.com/ Send to same place as noted in the letters to the editor section. Idicate that it is an op-ed submission. Need JPEG headshot and 2-line bio.  The letter should be sent only to the News Sentinel. It should be signed and include a street address and phone number. Letters should be no more than 300 words. We do not accept poetry. Email your letter to letters@knoxnews.com or Mail to: Letters to the Editor, News Sentinel, 2332 News Sentinel Drive, Knoxville, TN 37921. Fax to 865/342-8635.
92 Daily Breeze http://www.dailybreeze.com/

Contact the Editorial Page Editor, Mariel Garza at mariel.garza@dailybreeze.com.

Letters on topics of current interest are welcome. Letters of 150 words or less are preferred. They should be signed and include an address or telephone number for verification. Only the writer's name and home city will be published. We generally limit the number of letters published by an individual to one a month. We do not publish open letters or third-party letters.

E-mail: letters@dailybreeze.com. No attachments please.

Or write to: Letters to the Editor, 21250 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 170, Torrance, CA 90503. 

93 Press-Telegram http://www.presstelegram.com/   Letters must be signed and include an address and phone number. Letters may be edited for length, clarity and grammar. E-mail to speakout@presstelegram.com.
94 Telegram & Gazette   Contact Editor of the Editorial Pages at (508) 793-9163.

Without exception, letters cannot be longer than 250 words, and letters endorsing political candidates or ballot questions cannot exceed 100 words.

We limit an individual to one published letter every two months. We reserve the right to edit letters for clarity and in accordance with good taste.

Mailing address: 20 Franklin St., Box 15012, Worcester, MA 01615-0012

Telephone: (508) 793-9100 and Fax: 508/793-9313.

E-mail: letters@telegram.com

95 Intelligencer Journal http://lancasteronline.com/pages/paper/daily/ Use same mailing address as noted in letters to the editor. 
The Intelligencer Journal / Lancaster New Era welcomes letters from readers. To be considered for publication, they must be signed and include a complete address and telephone number. Letters should be on public issues, not personal matters. Please limit to 200 words or less. All are subject to editing and condensation. The Intelligencer Journal does not publish thank you letters, copies of letters to other individuals or poetry.
 
When sending letters with the form below or through e-mail, please add your name, street address and daytime telephone number for confirmation.
 
Send letters to the Editor, via the form below, or mail to:
 
Readers' Forum
Intelligencer Journal
P.O. Box 1328
Lancaster, PA 17608-1328



Submit online using this form.

96 Sarasota Herald-Tribune http://www.heraldtribune.com/ Contact the opinion Editor, Tom Tryon at Tom.Tryon@HeraldTribune.com.

250 words or fewer. We are subject to edit for clarity.

Mail to: Letters Editor, Herald-Tribune, P.O. Box 1719, Sarasota, FL, 34230.

E-mail: editor.letters@heraldtribune

Submit online at http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/99999999/MULTIMEDIA/100509925.

97 The News Tribune - Tacoma http://www.thenewstribune.com/ Writers may also submit longer pieces, up to 500 words, for consideration as Your Voice op-eds. Your Voice pieces are based on personal experience or expertise and must be of unusual interest to readers. E-mail them, along with a JPEG head shot of the author, to patrick.ocallahan@thenewstribune.com.

Read more here: http://blog.thenewstribune.com/letters/submit/#storylink=cpyFor verification purposes, please include your name, e-mail, home address and daytime phone number. Only your name and city will be published.

Read more here: http://blog.thenewstribune.com/letters/submit/#storylink=cpy

 

Letters are subject to condensation and may be edited for clarity. Letters should be limited to 250 words; those less than 150 words will be given priority

Write to:
The Editor
The News Tribune
PO Box 11000
Tacoma, Wa. 98411

You can also send letters via email at letters@thenewstribune.com. Submit online at http://blog.thenewstribune.com/letters/submit/.

98 Atlantic City Press http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/

 

The Press invites readers to submit guest columns on local, regional or state issues. Email your 750-word submissions to jperskie@pressofac.com or tfaherty@pressofac.com.

Mailing address:

1000 W. Washington Ave.

PO Box 3100

Pleasantville, NJ 08232-3100 

Fax 609-272-7244 
 

Letters must include the writer’s full address and daytime and evening phone numbers. All letters are subject to editing. The shorter the letter, the more likely it will be published. For more details, call 609-272-7279.

Send your letter to: Voice of the People, The Press Editorial Page, 11 Devins Lane, Pleasantville, NJ 08232.

Fax: 609/272-7224

E-mail: letters@pressofac.com.

99 Chattanooga Times Free Press http://www.timesfreepress.com/ Contact opinion editor, Mark Kennedy at mkennedy@timesfreepress.com. Keep them topical, short (200 words or less), legible and not more often than one every 30 days. Letters may be edited for clarity and length. Must be signed with name, telephone number and address. Send to Editorial page editor (either Times or Free Press), P.O. Box 1447, Chattanooga, TN 37401; fax: 423-757-6383 or e-mail to letters@timesfreepress.com.
100 Naples Daily News http://www.naplesnews.com/ Read about the columnists here. Must include your full name, address, and telephone number. 250 words or less. E-mail to  mail@marcoeagle.com or letters@naplesnews.com. or fill out this form