Mailbag: How to Submit a Letter to the Editor

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Lacrosse Magazine welcomes unsolicited story ideas, articles and photographs from US Lacrosse members and readers. These include "Letters to the Editor," several of which are published in the "Mailbag" section of each edition.

All letters become property of US Lacrosse and are subject to editing for length, content, grammar, punctuation and style. Letters should not exceed 300 words. They must include the author's full name, city and state of residence or employment for publication. Anonymous letters will not be considered. For verification purposes, letters must also include the author's home address, email and daytime phone number. Publication is not guaranteed.

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We accept letters by email and via U.S. Mail, but because timeliness is a factor in the selection of letters we publish, we strongly encourage submissions using the online form at right. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required for publication and verification purposes. We will not share your contact information with outside parties, but reserve the right to include your full name, city and state of residence or employment in US Lacrosse media properties.


US Lacrosse members and Lacrosse Magazine readers can email letters to Please type "Mailbag" in the subject line.

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Lacrosse Magazine
113 West University Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21210 

Letters to the Editor are the exclusive property of US Lacrosse and can be published at any time to include the full name, city and state of residence or employment of the author in any of its media properties, including Lacrosse Magazine and With respect to any submission, you grant US Lacrosse a perpetual, nonexclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, sub-licensable license to the submission, which includes without limitation the right for US Lacrosse to use, copy, transmit, excerpt, publish, distribute, publicly display, publicly perform, modify and adopt in any form in those properties.