some suggested guidelines for submitting to our various sections:
Today's Focus is the lead article in every issue of CharlestonCurrents.com.
It is a thought-provoking piece about an issue impacting Charleston-area
residents and can include anything from commentary on a local political
issue or a policy proposal to a fun look at a Charleston festival or tradition.
500 - 600 words. Please ensure you have a brief biographical note (one
or two sentences only) at the end of your article.
Please submit a head shot photograph in .jpg, .pdf or .tif format to
accompany your article.
submit a Word or .txt document by email to editor Marsha
The List is a fun "top five" list submitted by readers of their
interests, hobbies or something readers will find interesting. A local
musician, for example, might send in his five favorite classical music
symphonies, while a painter might submit a list of five upcoming local
No more than five brief items.
TO: Please submit a Word or .txt document by
email to editor Marsha
We encourage readers to submit reviews of local performances, restaurants,
interesting books and anything else you want to share with your Charleston
Up to 150 words.
Please be sure to provide a Web link if one is available.
Please submit a Word or .txt document by email to editor Marsha
We're always looking for interesting photos of things happening in the
Charleston community. If you've got a compelling photo to share about
something going on, please send it to editor Marsha
Guerard. We suggest that photos be at least 500 pixels wide.
If you have any questions about what we'll accept or whether something
you have will work for CharlestonCurrents.com, just drop
us an email or give us a shout.
Currents is a breath of fresh air in a town thirsty for good news coverage.
The site includes a rundown of great local events and presents the best
of Charlestons creative thinking and new ideas."
Editor Marsha Guerard, Mount Pleasant
fills an important niche in the community by enriching readers' lives
and helping them to keep ahead of what's going on in this diverse, generous
Editor Ann Thrash of Mount Pleasant