Got a bone to pick with the New York Times? When you send a letter to their editor please keep us in mind!
The Times policy is to not publish letters that have been submitted elsewhere. However, they will notify you within one week if they do decide to run it. Therefore, to retain the best possible chances that they will use your submission, please follow all their guidelines as closely as possible and do not send it to us until one week after the date you sent it to them (read our short instructions explaining how to do so below).
If you do not hear from the Times over the duration of one week, and still think your views should be seen, send your letter to us. Here is how:
When sending us your letter, please do so by attaching it in a word or text document using the facility below. If you have trouble, simply use the form to send us an email and we will reply with further instructions.
Your letter must include your entire email to the Times, including the email you sent it from, the email you sent it to (which should be "[email protected]"), the date and time you sent it, and your letter (tip: you can get most of this information easily by using the “Forward” email function and copying the entire contents of your email into a text or word document).
Below is our submission form: