Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on July 19th, 2012 at 9:39 am
Hi everyone. Remember back in April when I put out the call for reader story submissions? It went really well. People responded with some very interesting perspectives on a range of issues from tragedy to “auto amputation” to a philosophical take on the separated vs. shared space debate.
If you missed out on that chance to have your story published, I’m opening the site up to submissions once again. (I’ll be out of town for the rest of July starting later today. I’ll still be publishing stories, but won’t be working full time). I’m looking for pretty much anything, as long as it has to do with bikes and it has some connection to the Portland region.
Want to snap a few photos of Sunday Parkways in Southwest and then share your thoughts on the site? Have an opinion on an issue covered here recently? Or perhaps there’s something I haven’t gotten to that you feel deserves to be featured on the Front Page. Head over to the online submission form and send it in. Pieces will ideally be about 400-600 words and have a photo or two to go with them.
I have always understood that loyal readers and commenters have valuable and valid perspectives and that your voices are just as deserving of the Front Page as mine. So with that, I look forward to reading your stories and sharing them with the community. Here’s that link to the online submission form again. Thanks!