FREELANCE WRITERS WANTED – AmericanWire, a conservative online publication offering daily news and irreverent commentary to readers worldwide, is seeking talented freelance writers with a flair for wit and snark to report on trending news and social topics. American Wire is part of Olympic Media, a growing DC-area digital media agency.
Funny, snarky, sarcastic?
A qualified and experienced professional who can write quickly and cleanly?
Looking for a flexible schedule and the ability to work from home?
Seeking fulfilling work with advancement opportunities and a high-energy environment?
If so, American Wire may just be the perfect fit you’ve been looking for.
Here’s what you can expect from us:
Writers are paid on a per-post basis based on experience, speed and skill.
An experienced team of professional writers and editors.
We offer advancement opportunities for writers who demonstrate drive and ability.
Here’s what we expect from you:
Candidates must carefully follow national politics and be able to write for conservative and libertarian-leaning audiences.
Two years’ experience writing for a conservative publication is preferred, but not required if you can prove you have the talent during a short trial period.
Excellent writing, grammar, reading comprehension and proofreading skills are required, as well as an eye for detail.
Produce humorous, often irreverent content that informs and entertains the audience.
Reasonable speed is mandatory.
Deadline-driven articles are generally 450-650 words and are written from current news reports, social media posts and videos.
If this sounds like exciting, energizing work, we want to hear from you. Please send your resume and a cover letter detailing your qualifications and interest to [email protected]
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