How to submit letters to the Editors
At Redbrick we like to hear your views on our articles, content and editorial decisions.
Through our website, readers can either submit comments and develop further discussion on individual articles (at the bottom of each article), or can write formal letters to our Editors. All letters will be considered for publication online, and those published will receive a formal response from either the editor, deputy editors or digital editor.
Letters to the Editors must be no longer than 500 words, must (unless in exceptional circumstances) directly refer to an article(s) published in print or online in the past 14 days, and must include contact details for the writer of the letter. Those selected for publication will be notified within 7 days of receipt of the letter.
Letters must be within the bounds of the law, will remain the copyright of the writer, and must not be personally offensive towards any our members. Whilst you remain the copyright owner and the owner of the content you send to us, by submitting content to us you are granting us an unconditional, irrevocable, non-exclusive, royalty-free, fully transferable, perpetual worldwide licence to use, publish or transmit, or to authorise third-parties to use, publish or transmit your content in any format and on any platform, either now known or hereinafter invented.
Redbrick reserves the right to edit or not publish any article, letter or email submitted for publication with due reason.