July 11, 2011
Living Culture seeks writers for website
Living Culture is looking for freelance writers who can contribute well-written, insightful articles to our website on a regular basis.
We are especially interested in articles that highlight trends, innovation, and important issues related to food and farming in Oregon and Washington. Geographically speaking, we'd like to focus more on Portland, Seattle, the Columbia Gorge, the Oregon coast, Bend, Corvallis, and Eugene.
Articles should be 400 to 600 words in length. Pay starts at $0.10/word, and will increase over time. Frequency can be monthly or once every few months. Photography skills are not required, but certainly a plus. Our relationship with writers is somewhat informal.
If you are interested in working with us, send a sample article to email@example.com. Please include some information about yourself--- where you live, what you're interested in writing about, etc.
We'll be in touch. Thank you.
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