The American Spectator Guidelines Information

Established: 1924

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Description: The American Spectator was founded in 1924. It features articles on politics and Americana.

Editor(s): R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.

Needs: Short nonfiction articles, 500 to 800 words in length.

Length: 500-800 words

Payment: The Submissions page does not mention payment information.

Tips: The Submissions page says, "Submissions should be Microsoft Word documents that include the name of the author and the date, and meet AP style guidelines."

How to Submit: Submit by email.

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Address: The American Spectator 122 S. Royal St., Ste. 1 Alexandria VA 22314

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2019-05-11

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