Write For The Federalist Papers Project

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Write For The Federalist Papers Project

With 8,953,401 unique readers and 36,236,857 total page views in the last 30 days (as of 07/22/2015) The Federalist Papers Project (TFPP) is experiencing unprecedented growth.

Our editors would love the opportunity to consider publishing your work. Our submission process requires a short biography, basic contact information and a sample article taken from today’s headlines.

Please note that spelling and grammar will also be evaluated as part of the writer selection process. So get started today and submit your first piece. Please keep your submission between 250 and 1000 words, or we will not consider it for publication.

Here’s how it works:

TFPP writers choose where, when and what to write about. Write from home, school or wherever inspiration strikes!

Typically what we’re looking for is original op-ed types of pieces, rather than hard news stories. We also ask that the stories you submit are kept exclusive to our site.

Our most successful TFPP writers also spend time promoting their content to their social and business networks using tools such as Twitter, Digg, Facebook, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon, email lists, message boards and word-of-mouth.

It’s best to keep your material fresh and relevant, so we suggest 3-4 posts per week to help you get started building a following.

On average, an active and successful TFPP writer spends 4-6 hours per week writing and publishing content for TheFederalistPapers.org, responding to comments from readers, and marketing.

Some people choose to invest more time, even publishing multiple articles per day. The time you spend is truly up to you, but frequent publishing is one major key to success as a political writer.

For those who develop a following, or if your writing connects deeply with our audience, paid opportunities are available.

If interested and qualified please fill out the form below and include your first article.

    We would prefer daily posts but please be honest about how much you could contribute
  • First Article

    Put your first post here. This will help determine if you will be accepted as a blogger. Once you are accepted, you will be given login information and will be able to post submissions on your own. The quality of writing, connection to current events, and writing style will help determine your acceptance. This post will be published if accepted.
  • Please write a minimum of 250 words and a maximum of 1,000 words. Our best posts tell people a story. What's happening right now (some current event), why does it matter, and what should we do about it?