Monday, April 16, 2007

How to pitch the Wall Street Journal's op-ed page

"Robert Pollock - Editorial Features Editor for The Wall Street Journal" gives you tips on how to pitch op-ed essays to that newspaper.

Pollock is open to a wide variety of topics, but says he takes a special interest in the war and the crisis in healthcare in entitlements.

Essays typically run 900-1,200 words, but occasionally run much longer.

I learned about the article from Erica Dreifus' Practicing Writing blog of April 16.

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