If you’re a student or recent graduate looking to develop your writing credentials, we’ve created a flexible work experience scheme that allows you to write as much or as little as you like. If you’ve read a book, listened to an album, been to a gig, seen a film, watched something on TV, seen a show, played a computer game, been to an exhibition, eaten out or added something to your wardrobe and want to write about it then you can apply to join our flexible work experience initiative. If your work is well written, over 400 words and interesting then it’ll be considered to be published on the site under your name.
The benefits of content club:
- Your content will be published online and visible to the world with your name on it
- An audience for your thoughts and opinions with thousands of visitors to the website
- A great reference for employers for your online content as an example of your published writing skills
- Your own portfolio page
- Get your take on the world off your chest, initiate debate and bring good things to the masses
- Experience of the editorial process with relevant feedback and advice on how to develop your online writing skills
Send your requests to join the initiative to contacttuppence [@] googlemail dot com
The rules of content club:
The rules for submitting work to Tuppence Magazine are simple and by submitting a review you are agreeing to them:
1. The copy that you send in must be your own work – you can’t send in copy written by anyone else. No plagiarism allowed. Only send in unique content.
2. Articles and reviews need to be more than 400 words in length, have a sharp title and relate to one of the many topics covered on the site.
3. By sending in your work, you grant us the rights to use it – we will be able to publish it anywhere on the website, blog, Twitter, Facebook, social networking and bookmarking sites or syndicate through RSS. We would also be able to change where it appears, including the category. By sending in your articles and review, you give the rights to it to Tuppence Magazine.
4. Submitting work does not entitle you to financial compensation, but the benefits above will allow you to use the opportunity to help further your career.
5. Sending in an article or review doesn’t guarantee that it will be published on Tuppence Magazine, however, we will work with you to provide feedback and editing suggestions to help you get your work featured.