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University of Toronto

Article Submission

How to make a submission to the Department of English On-line Alumni News & Events Blog and/or Department of English Newsletter:

If you would like to submit an event for publication or a news item or article about yourself or another Department of English Alum, please enter the text in the field below or attach as a WORD, rtf or pdf document.  You may also wish to submit photos in jpg, png, tif or pdf format. 

Articles may also be emailed to Wajiha Rasul at, or mailed to:
Wajiha Rasul, Communications, Alumni, and Undergraduate
Department of English, University of Toronto,
170 St. George Street, Room 613,
Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2M8. 

Upcoming events may be submitted directly to the Department of English News or Events Calendars by clicking here.  Please note: we reserve the right to approve and/or edit all submissions.

Photos will only be used with the expressed permission of the subjects; to download a photo waiver permission form, click here.  Please fax the completed photo waiver permission form to Wajiha Rasul 416-978-2836.

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Please note:  although we will try to include as many alumni article submissions as possible in our news, we cannot guarantee inclusion in either the on-line news or in our published newsletter.  If your article is accepted for publication, we reserve the right to edit if necessary for space requirements and other editorial concerns.

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