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Writers Wanted

Discussion in 'Journalism Forum' started by RoomThirteen, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. RoomThirteen

    RoomThirteen New Member

    Are you passionate about great music?
    Do you have a burning desire to convert others to the music you love?
    Do you go to loads of gigs but wish you didn’t have to pay for them?
    Are you committed and fancy the idea of joining a team of work hard play hard people?
    Ever fancied becoming a music journalist?

    If you’ve answered yes to those questions then RoomThirteen.com wants to here from you right now.

    Room Thirteen is a rock music website with a monthly readership of approximately 140,000 and we’re looking to strengthen our team of writers.

    So far this summer we’ve been to Download, Isle of Wight, Guilfest, Camden Crawl and Wireless (amongst others). For more on what we do take a look at our live music coverage round up for 2006 to see the sort of bands and events we write about:
    RoomThirteen.com - Where Music Rocks

    Also explore the site to see our news section, CD reviews, features, interviews and videos because as well as live reviews you’ll be able to review CDs (sometimes weeks ahead of release) and interview bands and other key players (so far this year we’ve spoken to Michael Eavis, Funeral For A Friend, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Ash, Within Temptation and many more). We're also currently looking for news writers who can help keep our readers up to date with all the latest music news and gossip.

    Then, if you think you can bring something to the party, email a short CV, the sort of music you’re into and a couple of examples of your writing to

    If you haven’t had work published before familiarize yourself with our house style and write about a recent gig you attended or CD you bought.

    We’re not able to pay you for your writing, however you could be the envy of your mates as you get into events and gigs for free and have your work showcased on a website that is well respected in the music industry.

    Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at a gig soon.

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