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We’d love to hear from you!  General inquiries are best to share here and article submissions at the email listed below.

    Submissions

    Public Square Magazine accepts public submissions for consideration to publish, but does not consider simultaneous submissions. 

    Please send submissions to [email protected] as a Microsoft Word document, Google Doc link, or in the body of the email.

    Recognizing that some inquiries need space to be done right, submissions can vary widely in length. 

    Please include sources as hyperlinks. We do not publish footnotes. 

    We aim for a tone that is engaging, and not attacking – even, and especially, on contested issues. That does not disallow strong conviction, so much as invite authors to channel that in a way that opens the space and invites curiosity and interest in readers unfamiliar with the subject.  Familiarity with our previously published articles can be a helpful way to assess format, tone, and topics of interest.

    While we write most frequently from a Latter-day Saint perspective, articles are written to a general, educated audience.

    With any submission, please include three proposed titles, the author’s name, and a 20-40 word bio.

    About the author

    C.D. Cunningham

    C.D. Cunningham is the managing editor of Public Square magazine. After graduating from BYU-Idaho, he studied religion at Harvard University Extension. He serves on the board of the Latter-day Saint Publishing and Media Association.
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