The Liberator accepts letters to the editor.

All letters to the editor are welcome and will be considered for written or electronic publication.

No more than four signatures per letter.

We prefer letters that are fewer than 300 words and take as their starting point an article or other item appearing in The Liberator.

They must include the writer’s full name—anonymous and pseudonymous letters will not be considered. For verification purposes, they must also include the writer’s home address, e-mail address and telephone number. Authors should also disclose any personal or financial interest in the subject matter of their letters.

We generally do not publish more than one letter from a single author within any 14-day period. Any submission becomes the property of The Liberator and may be published or distributed in print or digital forms.

We edit and/or trim letters as little as possible, but we reserve the right to do so as necessary.

You will be contacted if your letter is a candidate for publication.

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