See our FAQ for answers to many common questions.

Subscriptions
For all subscription options and details, click here. For customer service, click here or send an e-mail.

Letters to the Editor
Letters may be sub­mitted by e-mail to letters@nationalreview.com. Please include your postal address and daytime phone number.

Submissions
Pitch an article to National Review. We ask that you send only a query, written in the text of the e-mail. No attachments or full articles, please. We will reply within ten business days if we are interested. Due to the volume of submissions we receive, we regret that we cannot reply to all pitches.

Permissions
To request permission to reprint an article, please e-mail Russ Jenkins.

Technical Issues
Report technical problems here. Please provide as much information as you can, including browser type, operating system, and connection (cable/DSL/dial-up).

Job Postings
From time to time employment and internship opportunities arise at National Review. We use many venues to list these opportunities, including The Corner and our Careers page.

Advertising
Click here to learn about print, online, and newsletter advertising opportunities.

Write Us
Correspondence can be sent to:

National Review
19 West 44th Street
Suite 1701
New York, N.Y. 10036

Call Us
Call National Review subscriber customer service at 8004645526. Call National Review, Inc., at 212-679-7330.

Follow Us
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Most Popular

Politics & Policy

O’Rourke’s America

With apologies to Margaret Atwood and a thousand other dystopian novelists, we do not have to theorize about what an American police state would look like, because we know what it looks like: the airport, that familiar totalitarian environment where Americans are disarmed, stripped of their privacy, divested of ... Read More
World

Kurdish, Syrian, and Turkish Ironies

Outrage met Donald Trump’s supposedly rash decision to pull back U.S. troops from possible confrontational zones between our Kurdish friends in Syria and Recep Erdogan’s expeditionary forces. Turkey claims that it will punish the Syrian Kurds for a variety of supposed provocations, including aiding and ... Read More
Sports

LeBron James Looks Like a Fraud

So, LeBron James claimed that Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey was simply “misinformed or not really educated on the situation” when he tweeted his support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. “I don’t want to get into a feud with Daryl Morey, but I believe he wasn’t educated on the situation at ... Read More