The Christian Science Monitor publishes national and international news as well as first-person essays and short poems.

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Boston MA 02115

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From the The Christian Science Monitor guidelines:

The Christian Science Monitor is an international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, daily news briefing, email newsletters, and mobile site.

In an era when the mainstream media has narrowed its lens, we're convinced readers yearn for the opposite. This global perspective comes naturally; the Monitor's founder, Mary Baker Eddy, explained our mission this way: "To injure no man, but to bless all mankind."

The Christian Science church doesn’t publish news to propagate denominational doctrine; it provides news purely as a public service. Here’s why: If the basic theology of that church says that what reaches and affects thought shapes experience, it follows that a newspaper would have significant impact on the lives of those who read it.

Submission Guidelines Details for The Christian Science Monitor

Market Type: Magazine

Contact: See the online guidelines for the appropriate contact for your submission.

Accepts: Essay, non-fiction, poetry

Web Address: www.csmonitor.com

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