Our priority is to focus on stories that are ignored or misrepresented in the mainstream media. To this end, we seek well-researched news stories, serious analyses of issues confronting our communities and accounts of personal experiences or reflections by local authors. We also consider poetry, graphics, cartoons and articles that challenge conventional journalism.
We discourage writing where a key point is stated as fact that is unproven or in serious dispute. Once we receive a submission, we may choose to publish it or not. Articles that relate to the month’s theme will have preference, but other topics are also welcome, as usual. Editing that extends beyond that needed for clarity will be reviewed with the author.
- Offer a unique progressive perspective in line with the theme
- Appeal to local and regional readers
- Range between 750-1200 words
- Include a one- or two-line bio of the author
- Include an email address for contacts if you wish
- Be sent as an email attachment in word to Olywip@gmail.com with the word “submission” in the subject line
Theme for the December issue
The environment – a broad topic that can encompass everything: from a descent into Secretary Pruit’s activities at the EPA, to climate disasters in all their guises, to local issues, to workplace dangers, to saving the planet.
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