Articles & Editorials

Professionally Written Op-Eds, Articles, and Crafted Editorials

What is an Editorial / Op-Ed?

An editorial is an online / newspaper article that expresses an individual or organizations opinion. An editorial can be about any topic but, is usually written about an issue or topic that is current in the news. To solidify credibility, the editorial must be backed up with evidence and facts to substantiate the opinion conveyed.

With a point of view through an editorial piece, issues are given solutions that could be rendered to solve the actual problem at hand.

Top U.S. Newspapers that Feature Editorials / Op-Ed’s

Arizona Republic
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The Advocate
Boston Globe
Charlotte Observer
Chicago Sun-Times
Chicago Tribune
Christian Science Monitor
Cleveland Plain Dealer
The State (Columbia, S.C.)
Dallas Morning News
Denver Post
Detroit News
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Houston Chronicle
Idaho Press-Tribune
Kansas City Star
LA Times
Miami Herald
Milwaukee Journal Sentinal
Minneapolis Star-Tribune
New York Post
The New York Times
The News & Observer
The Oklahoman
Orange County Register
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Sacramento Bee
Salt Lake City Deseret News
San Jose Mercury News
Seattle Times
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Minneapolis/St. Paul Pioneer Press
USA Today
Wall Street Journal
Washington Post
Washington Times

What a Guest Editorial / Op-Ed Is Not:

A solely journalistic account of a recent political event. A reflection on a recent event can provide an excellent opener for an editorial, and in some instances this focus can be sustained throughout the editorial. However, an editorial should engage the academic literature and suggest further analytical techniques or perspectives that draw upon and contribute to the broader academic literature.

A miniature research article. Probably some successful editorials began their lives as research articles. However, the two media are fundamentally different. Some topics are simply too complicated, or too dependent on in‐depth analysis of a case‐study, to stand as a 2000‐word editorial.

A political rant. Of course editorialists are expected to have opinions, but this is an academic publication and they also are expected to be scholars. These are some crucial questions that every editor, editorial board member, journal and its policy makers should decide for themselves and their respective publications. To that extent it is individual, and some may consider it the internal matter of the publication. However, a broad consensus on certain essential parameters maybe desirable, even essential, if the individual has also to be a significant part of the wider knowledge corpus which all editorials pooled together represent.

Goldman McCormick Public Relations can skillfully craft professionally written Guest Editorials / Op-Eds about you and your organization.