Submitting Stories for True
Did you find a weird news article that would be perfect for This is True?
Weekly Weird News
Here's how to get it seen.
Since True's launch in 1994, Randy has appreciated hearing about good stories from readers, especially local stories from tiny newspapers that wouldn't normally otherwise be found.
Simply use the form below or the e-mail address in every issue (you can just "reply" too — but we appreciate your deleting the newsletter you're replying to: Randy has already read it!)
Be sure to include the URL (not a scan or e-mailed HTML page, please!) of recent (less than a month before the next edition) articles from legitimate, mainstream news sites.
Not "legitimate" news outlets: tabloids like the National Enquirer or Britain's Sun, blogs, political sites.
"Legitimate" news outlets: mainstream newspapers, TV news operations, news wire services, news magazines (like Time or The Economist).
Foreign News Especially Appreciated!
Foreign (outside the U.S.) news items are particularly needed. Randy virtually always has a shortage of non-U.S. stories, in part because of his requirement that the story be in English. Sorry, but he cannot take reader translations: such stories cannot be verified. They must be published in English on a "mainstream, legitimate" news site. Thanks for your understanding.
We appreciate your submission of great stories, but sorry: due to the huge volume of suggestions, it's not possible to reply to suggestions. Thanks for your understanding!
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