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Critical Times Content Deadlines

  • March 10 – deadline for April - June edition
  • June 10 – deadline for July - Sept edition
  • Sept 10 - deadline for Oct – Dec edition
  • Dec 10 - deadline for Jan - Mar edition

Submission Guidelines

Critical Times is a quarterly publication of WSLR, Inc, focused on issues of civil liberties, civil rights, labor, environmental issues, local and state politics and activism. Our tag line is ‘Fostering Community Dialogue and Participation’ and we are seeking articles that are relevant to our community, educate people on issues of concern and let them know how they can take action.

We accept unsolicited news and opinion submissions between 200-500 words. The content deadline is the 10th of the month preceding the publication month.

Send submissions within the body of an email to [email protected].

  • Links included in your article should be written in red font and underlined.
  • If figures, images, or tables are taken from previously copyrighted material, please include full credit to original source.
  • Pictures (300 DPI or higher, jpeg attachment only) are always welcome with your submission, with full caption and source.
  • Please cite all sources, listed in the order in which they appear.
  • Include with the email your full name, profession, affiliation/organization, and any other relevant information.

Contributors represent and warrant that all existing submissions to Critical Times are their original work and they are the sole owners of such work.

Critical Times employs a peer-review process to evaluate accuracy, content, and significance. The Critical Times editorial team has the final say in approving all submissions and making necessary edits for clarity, accuracy, length, and conformity to Critical Times style. If substantive changes are required, the Critical Times editors will contact the author.

We want to hear your thoughts about the state of education in Florida. Please comment on the following:

1. Public schools in Sarasota County stand to lose $60m in state funding, if the Republican supermajority in Tallahassee passes HB-1, which would make all students eligible to receive state funds for private tuition.

2. The leadership changes at New College of Florida with a stated goal of transforming the school into the 'Hillsdale of the South'.

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Critical Times broadcast dates and times:

Friday 6-6:30 PM

Saturday 12pm - Rebroadcast of Friday show

Alt. Wednesdays 6-6:30pm