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We welcome contributions from writers in Australia or abroad. We’re looking for opinion and analytical pieces that are easy to read and written in an engaging way.
First, pitch your idea to email@example.com in no more than 200 words. Explain why your idea matters: what makes it fresh, different, intriguing?
Then, if your idea is accepted, submit the full article. Ideally, between 600-1,000 words; maximum 2,000 words. Feel free to include photos, graphs, or videos, with relevant captions.
We reserve the right to edit articles, but this will always be subject to your final approval.
Write simply, clearly and logically. Avoid jargon. Use the active voice, not passive.
Letters to the editor
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We prefer letters that reference previous articles published in Rationale, but they can be on other topics. The editor decides whether a letter is published.
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You are free to republish our original articles under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia License. Information about how to properly attribute Rationale can be found at the bottom of each original article.
For information about republishing articles sourced under Creative Commons from other platforms, including the likes of The Conversation, Pursuit and Lens, you should visit the website of the original publisher.
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