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How to Submit an OpEd to the New York Times

Images1_2The New York Times accepts opinion articles on any topic. The suggested length is 650 words, but submissions of any length will be considered. Articles may be sent in any of these ways:

By e-mail to:
By fax to: (212) 556-4100
Or by mail to:

The Op-Ed Page
229 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036

To submit an Op-Ed for the City, Long Island or Westchester weekly sections please e-mail one of the following:

We read all submissions promptly and will contact you within one week if we are going to publish your article. We’re sorry, but we do not call if we’re unable to use your submission. If you haven’t heard from us within one week, you can assume we are not able to print your article on the Op-Ed page. We regret that The Times is not able to return submissions.

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Additional Information?

Please call (212) 556-1831 for recorded instructions.
See also: Letters to the Editor.
To write the editorial page editor, e-mail
Other article submissions: Send your article to the editor of the department relevant to your piece (e.g. "News Editor," "Sports Editor") via regular mail to the address above.

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