Stock editorial pieces urgently needed

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  • £45(approx. $70)
Trevor C.Amanda T.Paul E.Jenny C.Sage F. + 19 others have already sent a proposal.
Trevor C.
Writer and broadcaster
United Kingdom Folkestone
Amanda T.
Video Script Writer/Editor, health writer, journalist, ghost writer, editor, blogger, tutor and mentor.
PPH AmbassadorTop Endorsed
United Kingdom Corsham
Paul E.
writer, manager, staff trainer
United Kingdom Worthing
Jenny C.
Writer, Copywriter, Website Copywriter, Editor, Blogger
United Kingdom Harrogate
Sage F.
United Kingdom City of London
Sarah D.
United Kingdom Chepstow
Jill S.
Copywriter/PR Consultant/Journalist/Professional Blog Writer
United Kingdom Glasgow
Hope V.
Copywriter, Freelance Editor, Web Content Writer, Ghost Writer, SEO Content Writer
Top Endorsed
United Kingdom Knaresborough
Vick G.
Writer and Editor
United Kingdom Ipswich
Hunter R.
work is worship
India New Delhi
Rodger M.
Journalist and Creative writer
United Kingdom York
Helen N.
Communications Advisor and Educator
United Kingdom Cambridge
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We are a glossy lifestyle magazine based in the East Midlands. We\'re urgently in need of some stock editorial pieces to fill a few unexpected blank pages before our print deadline tomorrow night.

We have spaces for pieces in the following areas: Interiors, Fashion, Food & Drink and Entertainment. The editorial pieces would need to be already written (due to the very short time frame) and you would need to be free to re-sell the pieces to us.

Budget is not huge, but then if you\'ve got editorial sat there doing nothing - this could be easy money.

Please bid ASAP and let us know the content on the article you wish to give us and perhaps the first few lines to give us an idea of your writing style.

We look forward to your bids. Deadline for submissions would be 9pm Monday 14th February.

Clarification Board

  • Derek T.

    Are you open to any humour submissions? Send me a private message of word count and themes then I can bid accordingly. Thanks, Derek

  • Alan W.

    I could write you a shiny new 500 - word article TODAY about entertainment.

    For example a reflection on Christopher Lee getting his special BAFTA last night or the pitfalls of remaking film classics - new versions of TRUE GRIT and BRIGHTON ROCK are currenrly in cinemas.

    As an experienced author, scriptwriter and article writer it shouldn\'t take me more than a couple of hours to knock out an entertaining and amusing piece.

    Let me know asap so I can deliver the articcle before your deadline.

  • Leigh M.

    I'd be interested in helping you fill your spaces but would like a little clarification on the extent of work you are looking for. Do you have specific article lengths in mind?