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  The New York Times > Member Center > Site Help > Letters to the Editor
Letters to the editor should only be sent to The Times, and not to other publications.
Letters for publication should be no longer than 150 words, must refer to an article that has appeared within the last seven days, and must include the writer's address and phone numbers.
To submit a letter to the City, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey or Connecticut weekly sections, please e-mail region@nytimes.com.
www.nytimes.com /ref/membercenter/help/lettertoeditor.html   (181 words)

 How to Write Letters to the Editor
In all cases, the letters are usually short and to the point, and the editors have edited them even further to make them shorter.
I was going to write up a formal set of rules for how to write letters to the editor, but I found someone who had done it already.
Letter writing is the one thing that any one of us can do on our own without the need to work through a group.
www.druglibrary.org /schaffer/activist/howlte.htm   (958 words)

 Yankton Press & Dakotan: Letters to the Editor
The Press and Dakotan encourages its readers to write letters to the editor and asks that a few simple guidelines be followed.
Letters should deal with a single subject, be of general interest and state a specific point of view.
Specific individuals addressed in letters may be given the opportunity to read the letter prior to publication and be allowed to answer the letter in the same issue.
www.yankton.net /letters   (138 words)

Editor -- Regarding the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, I keep an open mind whether or not an alleged terrorist actually is as accused.
Editor -- Upon casting my vote at approximately 7 p.m., on Tuesday, I noted that mine was just the 67th ballot to enter the machine that day.
Editor -- I think that various letter-writers, media pundits and Democratic politicians are pretty clueless when they accuse Republicans with ignoring "real problems" in favor of focusing on straw-man issues such as same-sex marriage and flag burning.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/06/09/EDGDOILMB31.DTL   (934 words)

 Nashville, Tennessee - Opinion-Letters to the editor - Tennessean.com
Letters to the Editor: Women must fight for equality every day
Letters to the editor: Teach children the value of 'good goals'
Submit a letter to the editor, to be considered for publication in The Tennessean.
www.tennessean.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?Category=OPINION02   (125 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Letters to the Editor
Because of the number of letters received, and to allow as many readers as possible to be published, it is the policy of the newspaper to publish no more than one letter from the same author within 120 days.
It may be sent to Letters Editor, The San Diego Union-Tribune, Post Office Box 120191, San Diego, CA 92112-0191, faxed to (619) 260-5081 or e-mailed to letters@uniontrib.com.
Letters submitted may be used in print or in digital form in any publication or services offered by the Union-Tribune Publishing Co.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/op-ed/letters/index.html   (535 words)

 Opinion > Letters to the Editor | Bakersfield.com - Kern County news, events, shopping & search
Letters to the Editor for August 20, 2006
Letters to the editor for August 14, 2006
Letters to the Editor for August 13, 2008
www.bakersfield.com /opinion/letters   (113 words)

 Letters to the Editor
Letter of affirmation from a gentleman from The Congo that agrees with the author of this site that the Punic, Hannibal and North Africans were not sub-Saharan contrary to popular belief among some African Americans who falsely accuse the author of this site of racism and forging lies about the Phoenicians of that region.
Letter from an obviously Hellenistic Supremacist who believes that the Greeks were exclusively the only thinkers and masters of knowledge in the ancient world.
Letter from an obviously Fundamentalist "Christian" (or "Jew") who has no shame and literally believes in the racist rubbish that is in the Bible.
www.phoenicia.org /letters.html   (9884 words)

 Pro-Life "Letters to the Editor"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
These are letters to the editor about abortion, and can be very helpful in training pro-lifers in their ability to communicate the pro-life message by means of the press.
In general, each letter addresses an issue, accusation, claim, response, etc. of a pro-abortionist and shows the false assumptions, denial, or error in that line of reasoning.
Letters 114 - 115, 141 - 143, 155 - 158, 397 - 398
www.priestsforlife.org /lte250.html   (2294 words)

 Letters from the Editor of Dream Time - Association for the Study of Dreams
The Letters From the Editor are a way to get the scoop on the flow of trends in the world of dreams and dreaming information.
Letters to the Editor should be sent to:
Unless otherwise stated by the author, all letters to the Editor will be considered submissions and may be published or quoted in Dream Time.
www.asdreams.org /subidxmagedletters.htm   (124 words)

 Letters to the Editor
Readers, including online readers, are welcome to write to us with their views and opinions but letters may be edited for reasons of length or clarity.
Editor, please, we want to hear sensible citizens of the Cook Islands express their views, not Tutai Pere.
I wrote the letter therefore all the views in it are mine and nobody else's.
www.cinews.co.ck /letters.htm   (3931 words)

 The Atlantic Online | Letters to the Editor and Submissions Information
For your letter to be considered, you must include your phone number and postal address.
Poetry Guidelines: The editors of The Atlantic Monthly read with interest and attention every poem submitted to the magazine and, quite simply, we publish those that seem to us to be the best.
Poetry submission guidelines are as follows: Send a typewritten group of two to six unpublished poems to the attention of David Barber, Poetry Editor, and include a self-addressed envelope with sufficient postage for return of the manuscript.
www.theatlantic.com /letters/edlet.htm#submissions   (396 words)

 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Opinion
The writer of the Aug. 21 letter "Go for It" assumes that racial profiling has been "proven successful in stopping terror threats," is necessary for keeping the writer's family and neighbors safe, and that anyone against it has something to hide or is selfish.
In response to [Jeff] Bussard's June 29 letter "New Construction Plan Will Serve All Students," I believe that he is trying to mislead the public by distorting the costs associated with his plan.
In his Aug. 9 letter, Irv Liberman states his opposition to the continuation of the Mon-Fayette Expressway, comparing it to Boston's Big Dig ("Let Big Dig be a Warning: Kill the Mon-Fayette").
www.post-gazette.com /forum/letters   (455 words)

 Letters to the Editor
This letter is in response to Jan Patrick’s letter on Fair-lawn cemetery.
Letter comparing Bush to Lincoln, Roosevelt was inaccurate
Mike Sleeth’s Aug. 4 letter, “Other presidents used war as tool to free people”, vilify-ing Abraham Lincoln’s and Franklin Roosevelt’s wartime presidencies in an attempt to justify George W. Bush’s war, is rife with error.
www.herald-review.com /blogs/letterstotheeditor   (3228 words)

 Letters | csmonitor.com
I hope that when they cast their votes on this amendment, senators will remember that they are not just voting about adult relationships: Their decisions will also affect the welfare and happiness of children whose parents just happen to be gay.
Letters must be signed and include your mailing address and telephone number.
Mail letters to 'Readers Write,' and opinion articles to Opinion Page, One Norway St., Boston, MA 02115, or fax to (617) 450-2317, or e-mail to Letters.
www.csmonitor.com /2006/0608/p08s02-cole.html   (703 words)

 Letters | PensacolaNewsJournal.com
Letters to the editor may be published or distributed in print, electronic or other forms.
The rules are different than for a letter to the editor.
Whereas letters to the editor can simply be your opinion on something, with Viewpoints we're looking for a more informed opinion.
www.pensacolanewsjournal.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?Category=OPINION03   (651 words)

 Letters to the Editor
This letter is in response to the letter to the editor in your June 10 edition titled “Racism is alive in District 5,” written by our friend Anonymous.
I sent my letter to the GDOT expressing my concerns and I also learned that they were actually looking to hear more from the public whom they serve.
Several letters to your paper have chronicled the poor job that John Parks did as a school board member and as a commissioner, and these are indisputable facts.
www.rhinotimes.com /greensboro/letters.html   (5015 words)

 Writing Letters to the Editor - FCNL
Submit letters to your local paper to get the best chance of publication, though you may certainly submit to national publications as well.
If you are doing an editorial letter writing campaign, target several papers in your district at the same time and encourage people to explore different angles on the same issue.
Clip the letter from the paper and send it with a note to the legislator’s office.
www.fcnl.org /getin/resources/letters_editor.htm   (594 words)

 The Seattle Times: Letters to the Editor
A sampling of Snohomish County readers' letters, faxes and e-mail.
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.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/letters   (315 words)

 The Telegraph - News - Letters to the Editor
The Telegraph - News - Letters to the Editor
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a sample of Letters to the Editor in The Telegraph.
Most people have their animal's best interests at heart when they advertise a cat or dog as "free to a good home." Their main objective is to find a loving family for their pet(s).
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?brd=1719&pag=460&dept_ID=577014   (249 words)

 Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Letters to the Editor
To enhance public discussion of the issues, we welcome letters to the editor (maximum 200 words) and contributed essays (maximum 600 words).
To have your letter or email considered for publication, it must include your full name, address and daytime telephone number for verification.
Letters or emails that cannot be verified will not be published.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /opinion/letters.asp   (198 words)

 LJWorld.com | Letters to the Editor
To the editor: One of the issues that seems to be in the forefront of all campaigns this year is that of “illegal” immigration.
To the editor: On behalf of the Free State Track Backers and Lawrence High School cross country and track supporters, we would like to thank the community for their support for the fifth annual Crosstown Unity Run, which was held on Saturday, Aug. 5.
To the editor: It was interesting (also depressing) to see that the new Tenants to Homeowners project in East Lawrence has been given “a unique opportunity for neighbors to know what type of housing would be on the site for years to come.
www2.ljworld.com /news/analysis_opinion/letters_to_editor   (638 words)

 The Galveston County Daily News
No letter will be published until authorship is confirmed.
Any letter that exceeds the word limit will not be considered for publication.
All letters and guest columns are subject to editing.
www.galvnews.com /letter.lasso   (115 words)

 Letters to the Editor
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Letters in response to "Loose Cannon: We're All Deviants"...
Letters in response to Loose Cannon: Advertising Week: The Missing Sessions, Direct Newsline, Oct. 11, 2005...
directmag.com /opinions-columnists/letters   (597 words)

 NewsAdvance.com | Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor for Sunday, August, 27, 2006
Letters to the editor for Friday, August 25, 2006
Letters to the editor for Monday, August 21, 2006
www.newsadvance.com /servlet/Satellite?pagename=LNA/Page/LNA_LettersPage&c=Page&cid=1047671213581   (186 words)

 ALRA Letters to the Editor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Short letters are much more likely to be printed than long letters.
A letter about the an issue is more likely to be printed during a time when Congress is debating that issue than it is a week later.
Letters to the Editor must be signed, with an address and day telephone number to verify authenticity.
www.landrights.org /editor.htm   (235 words)

 North County Times / The Californian - Letters to the Editor - Letters to the Editor -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Letters submitted in support of Randy Cunningham paint a picture of a true American hero who deserves a break for the very human mistakes he made.
My jaw dropped at Jeeni Criscenzo's letter, Feb. 3, in which the congressional candidate denied that the campaign literature handed out at a recent rally was hers.
Jim Horn's letter "'Weed' hardly necessary as medicine" (Letters, Feb. 19) praises Supervisor Jeff Stone for challenging "potheads (and dumb politicians)" by pushing for Riverside County to join in an anti-medicinal marijuana lawsuit with surrounding counties.
www.nctimes.com /articles/2006/02/23/opinion/letters/2_22_0618_30_33.txt   (4267 words)

 The Nation: Letters to the Editor
The Nation welcomes letters -- no longer than 300 words (the shorter the letter is, the more likely that it will be published).
We may edit letters for reasons of space or clarity.
We publish as many letters as possible, but inevitably a backlog develops, so please bear with us.
www.thenation.com /about/letters.mhtml   (85 words)

 JuneauEmpire.com: Letters to the Editor: August 25, 2006
Letters should not exceed 400 words and must include the writer's name, hometown and phone number.
The letters, My Turns, syndicated columns, cartoons and guest editorials appearing on the Opinion page represent the opinions of the writers, artists and newspapers that produced them.
Address letters to Editor, Juneau Empire, 3100 Channel Drive, Juneau, AK 99801; fax, 586-3028; e-mail editor@juneauempire.com.
juneauempire.com /letters   (348 words)

 Asia Times Online :: Letters
The editors do not mind publishing one or two responses to a reader's letter, but will, at their discretion, direct debaters away from the Letters page.
If Apurva Shah [letter, Aug 24] were to say that European culture is superior, he would be castigated as an English-speaking Indian [elitist], not a xenophobe.
By failing to answer my previous question [letter, Aug 22] on whether Chan [Akya] is one person or two, you may have turned the innocent question into an intense debate of self-introspection.
www.atimes.com /atimes/Letters.html   (10230 words)

 A week of Boston Globe Letters - The Boston Globe
To submit a letter to the editor, e-mail letter@globe.com or use our form.
Letters may be sent by regular mail to this address:
Letters should be 200 words or less and are subject to condensation.
www.boston.com /news/globe/editorial_opinion/letters   (2037 words)

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