WRD 104: Composition & Rhetoric II Rotating Header Image

> Letters to the Editor

When you read published Letters to the Editor, you might notice what they have in common: they don’t just agree or disagree, they agree or disagree with very compelling reasons.

Even better, some seem neither to agree nor disagree, but offer a third side to the story — an unanticipated perspective that is often very compelling to New York Times readers. “As a first-year college student, this article resonated with me for several reasons …” or “As an 18 year-old preparing to vote in my first U.S. Presidential election, I felt conflicted when reading this article …”

Last names A-L: submit to the NYT by TBA, and BCC (not CC) Michael
Last names M-Z: submit to the NYT by TBA, and BCC (not CC) Michael

Letters submitted for publication in other sections may be sent directly to these addresses: