Faculty and students are welcome to use these resources to publish op-eds and letters to the editor.
Regional/State Media Outlets
Contra Costa Times and Oakland Tribune
Dan Hatfield, editorial page editor
Letters to the editor must be 250 words or less. My Word articles are limited to 550 words or less.
Press releases may be sent to email@example.com
KQED Public Radio "Perspectives "
The station runs daily listener commentaries of approximately 375 words, or 2 minutes of air time.
Send all submissions to Perspectives editor Mark Trautwein at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can be reached at 415.553.2108.
For information on submissions, click here.
For news tips and press releases, call the KQED News newsroom at 415.553.2361, or email email@example.com.
Info on letters to the editor here.
For press releases, see here.
Stuart Leavenworth, editorial page editor, 916.321.1185
To submit online, see here.
For longer Forum pieces, see here.
Bill Moore, letters to the editor, 916.321.1905. To submit online see here.
San Francisco Chronicle
Lois Kazakoff, deputy editor/op-ed editor
415.777.6054, fax 415.543.7708
For op-ed and letters to the editor guidelines, and to submit online, see here.
To write for the Sunday "Insight" (commentary) section, email Insight@sfchronicle.com
San Jose Mercury News
Barbara Marshman, editorial page editor, 408.920.5542 fax: 408.271.3792
For guidelines and submission form click here.
Guidelines are here.
Submit letters to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 212.556.3622.
Guidelines for letters to the editor are here.
Wall Street Journal
Mark Lasswell, email@example.com
For submission and guidelines, see here.
Letters to the Editor, Timothy Lemmer, letters editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters to the editor should be e-mailed to email@example.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. Op-eds dealing directly with specific pieces of legislation are not accepted.
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as pasted-in text rather than an attachment.
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