Please read the following to learn how to contact the Chicago Journal.

The Chicago Journal tries to make it as easy as possible for our subscribers and readers to find us on the apps they most enjoy.

Below is the master list of where you can find the Chicago Journal on social media:


To send a letter to the editor regarding business or other matters, please email:

To submit a “Letter to the Editor” for publication, please email: For more clarification on Letters to the Editor, please visit the following page: How to Submit Letters to the Editor.


All pitches should be emailed to and include the word “QUERY” in the subject line. No phone calls. The proposal should explain what your article would bring to the topic and should include sources and interview subjects you will consult. While you should include your credentials, our editors read proposals to evaluate writing skill and creativity of approach, and we encourage “unknown” authors to submit.

For more information regarding submissions to the Chicago Journal, please read our Submission Guidelines.

News Tips

Send news tips to Please do not send feedback, story ideas, pitches, or press releases to our tip channel. Contact our specific departments listed below.


To provide feedback or notify us of errors and glitches, don’t hesitate to send us an email at: We’re unable to catch everything and your help in making our site better is greatly appreciated.

To send feedback to the Chicago Journal's parent company, Challenge Media, LLC., email the following address:

How to Contact Customer Care

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  • Please note that it may take up to 48 hours for us to respond to your email.