This blog is maintained on behalf of the Amy Foundation for the purpose of tracking the best Christian journalism we find on the Web. Our posts regularly identify those news articles or opinions in the mainstream media that represent good faith-based writing and example them for other Christian journalists.

Monday, June 02, 2008

Online Articles from Mainstream News Sources Welcome

Attention: The Amy Foundation has augmented its Amy Writing Award rules to include online publications affiliated with traditional, mainstream media

Beginning with the 2008 Amy Writing Awards, we will also accept articles that have been published on the web pages of mainstream, non-religious newspaper, news or e-magazine websites as determined by the Amy Writing Awards panel. Articles published in print, as well as those published online will be judged in one contest. There will not be a separate award for online submissions.

If your submission did not appear in print but was posted on a mainstream, non-religious newspaper, news or e-magazine website, the rules remain the same as for those articles that appeared in print with the following additional rules:

  • Only online articles that appear on mainstream, non-religious news or
    e-magazine websites as determined by the Amy Writing Awards panel will be
    accepted. Decisions of the judges are final.
  • Articles or entries from “blogs” or newsletters are not eligible.

  • Only entries sent in a printed format on paper exactly how they appeared on
    the website will be accepted. URL addresses of columns will not be
    accepted as an entry. Articles must be sent via US Mail, not via


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