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PostGlobal: Washington Post Blog

I’ve just received an invitation to contribute to Washington Post Blog called PostGlobal. It’s moderated by David Ignatius (columnist for The Washington Post) and Fareed Zakaria (editor of Newsweek International), PostGlobal hosts weekly discussions among leading editors, journalists, and thinkers.

Frankly, I’m not in the best mood lately, so I decided not to contribute for sometime. If you have a bit serious thought and/or have posted one in your blog, you may send it to the PostGlobal as well. One important thing: your piece will have to go through an editorial desk, hence it’s not automatically published, but since it accept reprinted article, nothing to lose though to give a try. Below is the invitation, just in case you’re interested (the editor’s email is not disclosed here, email me at fatihsyuhud-at-gmail-com if you really want to contribute).

Dear Distinguished Journalist,

I work with PostGlobal, an online International forum created by The Washington Post and Newsweek Interactive. I came across your website and I was wondering if you would care to contribute a small opinion piece? A brief description of our site is below, but regarding the piece, it need only be 250 – 600 words and may be either new or reprinted. I would be very interested to read your thoughts on any current events and issues in your nation or internationally.

Below is a brief description of PostGlobal:

Moderated by David Ignatius (columnist for The Washington Post) and Fareed Zakaria (editor of Newsweek International), PostGlobal hosts weekly discussions among leading editors, journalists, and thinkers from around the world, such as Bill Emmott, former editor of The Economist; Hu Shuli, editor of Caijing; Moises Naim, editor of Foreign Policy; Mikio Ikuma, deputy international editor of Yomiuiri Shimbun; MJ Akbar of the Asian Age; Shekhar Gupta of Indian Express in Delhi; as well as novelists and playwrights such as Miklos Vamos of Hungary and Ibsen Martinez of Venezuela.

I very much hope that you will agree to take part in this project. Our goal is to create a space for collaborative journalism; a global conversation where ideas from across the globe can be both disseminated and contrasted immediately.

Please contact me if you are interested.
With best wishes,
PostGlobal

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