Bolt Beat Is Looking For Staff Writers

Here at Bolt Beat we do our very best to bring you the very best Chargers coverage on the net!

Part of the mission of the FanSided Network, is to encourage our community of readers to share their opinions and thoughts on their favorite teams. Our writers don’t hold back and we don’t expect our readers to either. We want to give you the best coverage and opinions on your favorite team from the fan perspective that is so often missing from traditional sports media. We believe sports coverage doesn’t have to be dry, boring and without opinion.

In an effort to step up our game, we are expanding our staff here at Bolt Beat to give you more content and a broader perspective! We are currently accepting applications for contributing writers.

Contributing writers are expected to submit at least one article per week. These positions are not paid although many of our contributing writers move into paid staff positions as vacancies and opportunities arise. Being a contributing writer for a FanSided blog also offers excellent exposure and a chance to sharpen not only your writing skills but your view of your favorite team. There is tremendous opportunity for growth within FanSided to those who seek it.

If you are interested in being a regular contributor to Bolt Beat, please submit a writing sample concerning the San Diego Chargers.

The sample should be roughly between 300-500 words.

Please send all submissions to: [email protected] The deadline for submissions is: 4/6/2011

You will be contacted shortly if we are interested. Thanks in advance for applying and for sharing your work.

Thanks and Go Bolts!!

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  • http://picturethisifyouwill.wordpress.com James Earl Jones

    No pay, no talent.

    • Patrick Allen

      Not true at all. FanSided has plenty of extremely talented writers who work for free. We’d pay everyone if we could and someday, we will.

  • chargerfanpaul

    No pay necessary to start out. To be honest, I feel that it is more about the privilege of writing about the franchise. I am definitely submitting for this.

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