Anglican Journal is the national newspaper of the Anglican Church of Canada. It covers news of the Anglican church across the country and around the world, as well as news of other denominations. It also covers social and ethical issues.
Stories should be of interest to a national audience. They are usually about a national event or a local happening that reflects the larger picture. Or simply a local happening, which is relatively unusual.
The newspaper also includes book reviews and occasionally film, music and theatre reviews of interest to a national audience. Material for consideration can be forwarded to Anglican Journal at the address below.
Articles should be written in news style (we follow Canadian Press style), as briefly as possible. Maximum length is usually 1,000 words. Articles should focus on theological or spiritual issues of interest to the church or society.
Unsolicited manuscripts are not accepted for publication. All article queries should be submitted to Janet Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Articles submitted by professional journalists with an assignment from the Journal will be paid at a rate of 25 cents a word. Articles submitted by clergy or other employees of the Anglican Church of Canada are not paid.
Anglican Journal is produced on a Mac desktop computer system. Stories must be e-mailed or supplied on disk in a readable format.
A photo or illustration should accompany your article. We prefer colour glossy photos with high contrast for conversion to black and white. Electronic photos should be JPG format, at no less than 300 pixels per inch resolution.
Please address queries to:
80 Hayden St. Toronto, ON M4Y 3G2
416-924-9199 ext. 307