Grow MarketingCategory: Freelance
We are looking for writers for a new visually driven online publication that will sit at the nexus of design, technology and culture (fashion, art, architecture, travel, food).
We want writers who have the ability to produce engaging, high-quality stories that will cover cutting edge topics in a way that is sophisticated and forward-thinking. We are looking for writing that is creative, strong, concise and in a form that will take minimal editing and re-working.
In addition to writing short stories (most stories will be under 200 words + an interview + visuals), responsibilities include generating and pitching story ideas that are original and provocative, as well as securing/conducting interviews with key subjects and procuring supporting visuals (usually 6 per story). A journalism/blogging background is helpful.
Our pay is competitive. Send a brief bio, topics of interest and a few clips to Becca Derenthal at Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you if we are interested in working with you and provide you with a creative brief. If you don't hear from us within three weeks, we are considering others.
Deadline To Apply: July 1, 2012
Posted: 05/30/2012 - 11:56 a.m.
Modified: 05/30/2012 - 04:21 p.m.
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