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How to Write for ‘Getting Into Chess’

Getting Into Chess
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2 min readSep 8, 2022

Getting Into Chess is accepting submissions. Example topics include…

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  • Chess and politics
  • Etc.

So long as the article involves chess, we’re interested.

All submissions must be your original work. Submissions must meet Medium’s curation guidelines. You must proofread your article before submitting. Keep outside links to the bare minimum. Text, titles, and topics may be edited for readability and effect.

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Once you’ve been added to the publication, you can submit drafts. We also accept previously posted articles, so long as they’re evergreen or relatively recent.

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Getting Into Chess

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