WRITE FOR THE TARRANT CHRONICLE
If you’re interested in writing for the Tarrant Chronicle, we’d love to hear from you! Submissions from the public are always welcome, just follow the process below (tips or suggestions for an investigation should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org):
- First, ensure your document is in .txt, .doc, or .docx format, text only. Please attach photos/images separately, .png format. Please proofread and have sources ready.
- Articles should be 700-1,000 words in length; if you wish to submit a multi-part piece please ensure each section is sized appropriately.
- Send an email to email@example.com with your suggested headline in the subject line, a brief (1-2 sentence) summary of it in the body, and all text and images attached.
- The editorial board will review your article, making any formatting changes, edits, or alterations deemed needed, then will reply to you with those revisions to get your approval on them. Once your final draft is agreed on, we will let you know when your article is being posted.
- We’ll include a small bio about you in your article: provide a 1-2 sentence description of yourself. If you have anything you would like to promote (Patreon account, personal blog/site, YouTube channel, etc.) please include links and we will include them in your bio on the article.
The editorial board has the final say on all articles that are published on the Tarrant Chronicle. While we are willing to work with you on adjustments to your article, ultimately we reserve the right to request changes to the content or headline before an article can be accepted. Articles that do not meet our standards, for whatever reason, will not be published. We will not make changes and publish your content without your consent: you will be notified of the changes needed and given an opportunity to respond before any edited content is posted.