Tips For Writing A Letter To The Editor - NYCLASS.org

Tips For Writing A Letter To The Editor

Screen_Shot_2015-10-05_at_3.51.08_PM.pngSending letters to the editor is an excellent way to educate the public and the press about animal rights. Here's some important tips to help you get published:

1. Keep letters short -- around 75-150 words max.
2. Most newspapers require you to include your name, street address, phone and email address with your letter -- they don't publish your personal information, it is just used to verify that you are a real person.

 

WHERE TO EMAIL YOUR LETTERS TO THE EDTIOR:

  • Daily News: voicers@nydailynews.com
  • AMNY: thoughts@am-ny.com 
  • Metro: letters@metro.us
  • NY Times: letters@nytimes.com
  • NY Post: letters@nypost.com
  • Staten Island Advance: editor@siadvance.com
  • Newsday: (use online form
  • NY Mag: nyletters@nymag.com
  • Crains: letters@crainsnewyork.com
  • Wall Street Journal: wsj.ltrs@wsj.com
  • Our Town (use online form)
Need help? Email or call our staff: info@nyclass.org 212-488-2300. 
Thank you, and happy writing!

 

Sample letters to the editor:

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