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The Post Chronicle is honored to receive the work of writers, whether a greenhorn or an old hand, and publish it on our website. We encourage thoughtful submissions and new ideas, and welcome subjects or areas of interest covering a wide array of topics.|
Here are the requirements:
1) Send a plain text file or word document to: [email protected], or include your writing directly inside the body of your email.
2) Try to keep articles or columns under 2000 words long.
3) Defamatory, obscene, or malicious material will NOT be published, nor any material that includes hate speech, vitriol, or links to obscene and pornographic sites, or websites with information you know or have reason to know is false or defamatory information. Don't even bother sending it in.
4) If you wish, you may provide a brief bio of yourself, about 30 words, and a link to your website or blog.
Whether political or social, serious or funny, informational or strictly opinion, we promise to carefully consider each submission, but cannot guarantee that every work will be published; we reserve the right to edit each piece for clarity, or to reject any work that is submitted.
Challenging, thought-provoking issues should be persuasively and intelligently presented. Social commentary and analysis should be clear and honest. Opinions and ideas should be your own.
You may regularly submit your work on a variety of subjects to gain exposure for yourself as an expert in your field, or to refer others to professionally published examples of your writing in order to obtain positions as full-time, freelance, or syndicated columnists.
Subject matter is not limited. You may write about hobbies, opinion, sports, travel, politics or entertainment, or anything else of interest to you.
You alone retain the copyright for your articles; if you have a website or blog, we will include the link at the end of your piece.
Thank you for considering The Post Chronicle as a publishing platform! We look forward to hearing from you.
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Ann Warren was born in Indianapolis, grew up in Indiana and a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in history, both from Indiana State University. Her 20-year journalism career includes roles as reporter, editor and page designer, plus numerous awards. When she isn't working, she can be found reading books, listening to current event podcasts or cheering on her favorite sports teams.
A Michigan-born single mom, she graduated from Albion College. She got her start in journalism as an intern for tPC and is now going on her sixth year with the paper. Toshiba particularly enjoys writing people-focused stories that raise awareness and create dialogue. In her free time, she enjoys cooking with her soon-to-be husband, crafting and watching documentaries.
A bilingual native Miamian of Cuban-born parents, she graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in business and the University of Maryland in 2004 with a master's in journalism. She counts herself lucky to follow Thomas Edison from his boyhood home in Port Huron, Mich., to his retirement home in Southwest Florida without having to make a New Jersey stop. She serves as executive chef to her husband and two children.
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Tashi Singh earned a Bachelor's degree from Emerson College in Boston in 2004 where she studied psychology and medicine. Her mother is not at all disappointed she didn't become a doctor. When she's not covering the news, she keeps company with her cats, reads and runs, participating in races that range from 5Ks to marathons, ultras and triathlons.
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