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    Junior Member StanPopovich(Author)'s Avatar
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    Feb 2016

    Mental Health Query Letter Question


    I write articles on how to deal with fear, anxiety and depression.

    I submit query letters to various mental health websites and publications to see if I can write and submit articles for their site.

    My question: How can I get the editorial directors/managers to answer my query letters. I sometimes don't get a response from the editors at the major publications. How can I adjust my query letter so I will get some kind of response. Thanks!

    Last edited by StanPopovich(Author); 02-19-2016 at 04:10 AM.

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    Rogue Mutt
    Well-known publications get too many solicitations to do more than send a form response unless they actually want your article. So the obvious solution is to pitch something they want to buy.

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