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Letters from the editor vary in subject matter and purpose, but they are generally an open letter written by the editor of a publication. The purpose is usually to address a given topic with the publication's readership. More »

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A letter to the editor can protest actions taken by government or a local organization, such as a library's decision to curtail its hours. Such letters can mobilize supporters of a cause or bring public attention to a pe... More »

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To write a letter to the editor of a magazine, first find a mailing or email address where the magazine accepts letters. Next, address a specific story or other specific concern with the magazine, citing specific example... More »

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An editorial column is an article written by the editor or editorial staff of a publication which shares the publication's views or opinions on a topic. Standard articles in journalism are intended to be objective and fo... More »

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To write a letter to the editor of a magazine, first find a mailing or email address where the magazine accepts letters. Next, address a specific story or other specific concern with the magazine, citing specific example... More »

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To write a letter to the editor, choose a topic and publication, review the guidelines, start with a proper heading, and keep the letter short and focused. Proofread your letter, and submit it via email. More »

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Some steps involved in writing a letter to the editor include choosing a publication, choosing a single focus for the letter and making reference to the piece to which the letter is responding. Double-check the spelling ... More »

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