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The Sunday Telegraph – Letters to the editor and guest columnist Policy

By Staff | May 9, 2020

The Sunday Telegraph welcomes letters to the editor up to 500 words in length.

All letters must contain the writer’s name, home address and day/night telephone numbers for confirmation purposes. Only the writer’s name and hometown will be published.

The Sunday Telegraph does not publish anonymous letters, those written under an assumed name or containing only the writer’s initials. Nor does it publish form letters or those written as part of a campaign. The Sunday Telegraph reserves the right to make minor edits to letters for context, punctuation and AP style.

The newspaper also reserves the right to reject letters that are not in good taste, that are libelous or that contain personal attacks or hate speech.

Letters that exceed 500 words are subject to shortening or rejection, and writers are limited to one published letter every 30 days, or as space allows.

Guest columns also are accepted by The Sunday Telegraph. Guest columns may be up to 750 words in length, and should be accompanied by a short biography about the writer, including hometown, occupation and applicable organizational memberships.

Both letters to the editor and guest columns are published throughout the week online at www.nashuatelegraph.com and on Sunday as space allows.

Letters and guest columns may be sent to letters@nashuatelegraph.com, mailed to The Sunday Telegraph, Letters to the Editor, 110 Main St., Suite 1, Nashua, NH 03060 or submitted on The Telegraph’s website – www.nashuatelegraph.com – under the Submit News link.


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