Speak Your Piece


Shoresides accepts opinion essays on a range of topics for our “Speak Your Piece” series which is published as text online or aired as audio as part of our podcast. We’re particularly interested in essays that share ideas or issues from the coastal region from perspectives not often heard in our traditional media. Written essays typically run from 400 to 1,200 words and audio essays from 3-4 minutes, but drafts of any length will be considered. We will arrange recording for audio editions.Submission guidelines: Please share one sentence at the top of your submission that tells us who you are and how your opion essay is connected to the coastal region. Also, be sure to include annotations for all assertions and attributions made in your essay. All submissions must be original, exclusive to Shoresides. Contact us at shoresides@workingnarratives.org
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