Writing and Blogging Opportunities - California Chronicle & American Chronicle
Los Angeles, California -- Dec 1, 2004 - The California Chronicle family of online magazines is offering writing opportunities for authors and bloggers to publish with the California Chronicle, American Chronicle, World Sentinel and 17 additional affiliated online magazines throughout the US and the world.
These are unpaid, yet rewarding opportunities. Authors and bloggers may regularly submit their work on a variety of subjects to gain exposure for themselves as experts in their fields or to refer employers to professionally published examples of their writing to obtain positions as full-time, freelance, or syndicated columnists. Writers can show off the best examples of their writing to employers, families, or friends. In addition, authors can write about almost anything, including hobbies, opinion, sports, travel, politics, or entertainment.
Authors not only gain exposure for their writing, but receive added benefits as well, such as being listed as a writer on all 20 affiliated online local, state, national, and international magazines. Articles are easy-to-post and may include the authorís byline, biography, and photograph. Authors retain the copyright of their articles and may publish the identical article elsewhere if desired.
Articles may be accompanied by an author bio-box that can include links to websites and an email address for feedback about the article. They may include links to favorite websites or refer readers to specified websites for further information. In addition, readers can sign up to be on the authorís mailing list for updates and notices about new article availability. Or, authors can sign up readers themselves. Moreover, authors will be provided with their own personalized listserv manager, which they can maintain however they please. For example, writers can use the facility regularly to send email to subscribers pointing them to specific articles.
No defamatory or obscene material may be posted. Nor may any material submitted include links to obscene or pornographic sites, or sites with information authors know, or have reason to know, provide false or defamatory information.
Individuals who are interested in becoming a part of the American Chronicle and the California Chronicle family of online local, state, national, and international magazines should send a note of introduction and sample of their writing to the editor at email@example.com. More information can be found at http://www.californiachronicle.com or http://www.americanchronicle.com.
- Contact Information
- Peter George
- California Chronicle
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