Contact The Morning News

Please use the following addresses to get in touch. We try to respond as quickly as possible.

General Inquiries
talk@themorningnews.org

Want to contact us about something, anything at all? Tell us about a thing you think we should cover? This is the place. For specific inquiries regarding sponsorships and submissions, read on.

Sponsorships
ads@themorningnews.org

We run sponsored posts on The Morning News (here's an example) and also offer sponsorship opportunities at the Tournament of Books and other Rooster-related events. Get in touch for the latest rates and specs.

Submissions
submissions@themorningnews.org

Writers and artists interested in contributing to TMN should send queries or articles to the submissions address at right. All submissions must be previously unpublished, and yes, that includes your blog.

When people ask us what we’re looking for, our advice is to read the past month of TMN. (Please note: TMN is not currently seeking humor or poetry submissions. Reported or researched nonfiction are still good.) When people ask us if we pay, our answer is yes.

Typically, we only accept pitches from people who have been published before on TMN. Writers new to TMN should submit a draft by pasting it into an email. Artists should send a link to their portfolio.

Simultaneous submissions are fine as long as you let us know upfront and notify us immediately if the piece is accepted elsewhere.

Should we wish to publish your work, you must know and acknowledge the following:

1. Most articles we publish go through multiple rounds of editing and fact-checking. Writers are expected to work with the editors on revisions, for as many rounds as the editors see fit.

2. TMN assumes no legal liability whatsoever for the works of its contributors. Writers are wholly responsible for all statements in their works, including any opinions, facts, errors. TMN does not support or endorse any statements expressed by its contributors.

3. All works submitted to TMN must be the sole, original property of the contributor(s), and cannot interfere with any other publication or company’s publishing rights.