The magazine that I have been writing for has folded (excuse the blatent pun), shame because it was helping me to build a nice little portfolio. At least I got all my copies first!
This is a long shot, but I wondered whether any hubbers are involved with print publications? I am not looking for payment, I just like the look of my name in print. Obviously I can't write on every subject known to man, but I will sure try.
Let me know, it's not everyday that you get a semi-competant writer for free!
ps. I can submit in American English and I am only interested in publications which are distributed in a physical format.
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sorry, i've only been published in newspapers so far (which i love though). I do write however for RUSE magazine. the problem is that it is online and i know thats not what your looking for. but they are a cool magazine to write for if ever you're interested.
Many thanks meg78 but, just as you anticipated, not looking for an online outlet! (self publication is my game on here) I will however pop along sometime and check out your stuff!
I am just deeply attracted the prospect of writing for a dying medium really, magazines and newspapers are falling every week it seems, want to grab a slice of history whilst I can!
Ok so that's a little bit far fetched, I just think that print publications hold much more weight in a portfolio. A bit of a stigma attached to online writing, which is fair enough because of a lot of it is crap!
I agree. I love seeing my work in print and distributed. LOVE IT. even if there is no monetary reward, i just don't care. writing is my passion and if people think its worth publishing, thats all the reward I need. I get it Ryan. I think its sad that papers are going out of business because nothing compares toa good cup of Timmys and an hour with a newspaper.
Sorry to hear about that Ryan, I can't think of anything off hand but I will let you know if I do. All the best of luck.
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