I am currently searching for creative writers that have a knack for writing fun, lively and/or downright funny content. I'm currently in the planning stages for various 2006 projects, some of which will be humorous, irreverant and perhaps even a bit edgy. The work gathered from this project will help me select some writers who I would like to work with long-term, so there is opportunity for significant repeat work.
I'm open to a wide variety of comedic styles ranging from simple slapstick to irreverant satire, and you'll have full creative license during this project. This project is for three 300+ word articles, and the topics will be:
- One dog piece. Humanize the dog piece in some manner.
- One horse piece. Do whatever you'd like with this one.
- One dating piece. Give it a somewhat sexist, playful vibe, but do so in a lighthearted mischievous manner. Both female and male perspectives for this piece are welcomed.
I'd like to see you write one article for each of the three topics above, but if for some reason you believe you couldn't do justice to one of the topics drop me a note on the PMB. I'm fairly flexible and will try to work with you.
Each of the articles must be at least 300 words in length and written in fluent English. Grammar and spelling are important since quality is the focus - this isn't simple search engine bait.
Plagiarism or copyright violations are absolutely unacceptable and I will be checking for both before accepting the final articles. Although I am not looking for high-art, if the articles don't contain enough substance I reserve the right to request you rewrite them. This is also a work-for-hire and you agree that I will retain the full copyright for the articles once payment has been sent to you.
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