Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter
From 24 February 2003 Issue
Tips On How Write Letters To Help Educate Others About Animal Issues
Writing letters to newspaper editors is a great way to educate the public about animal issues and it does make a difference for the animals.
Below are contacts to Letter Editor departments and most are major newspapers. Please keep for reference when you want to send a letter to newspaper's editors to educate concerning animal issues.
* Newspaper editors require full name, address and phone number so the editor can contact you to verify that you are the writer.
* Most editors suggest that more lengthy letters are the least likely to get printed. Limit your article with two hundred words or less.
* Most request to not send attachments.
* Most Important: When writing a letter, do not copy another letter that you may have seen posted as a sample letter. Please take the time to personalize it or editors may not print them at all if they by chance receive the exact same letter from more than one individual.
For more information and help on writing letters to editors, please visit:
For a list of your local newspapers editors, please visit this link:
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