Write for TC: Apply Now!

Love comics, games, movies, and all-around geek culture? Want a place to make your voice heard? Trying to build a writing portfolio? Why not write for TC?

We’re looking for writers who: CK8KQ30WEAE-2pd

  • Are passionate about geek culture–comics, games, movies, TV, etc.–and want to share that passion with the world
  • Want to interact with and reflect one of the best and most positive geek communities on the internet
  • Can regularly contribute new content and ideas to TC
  • Work on a team that helps nurture your passion

Open Positions:

  • Reviewers – With brand-new content being released across all platforms–games, comics, movies, TV, books, etc.–all the time, we’re always looking for engaged and critical writers to help parse out what’s hot (and what’s not) in geekdom.
  • Columnists – Have lots of original ideas that you want to share and discuss? We want you to write them up for us. Put your thoughts out there for people to see and have the support of the Talking Comics team and community behind you.

How to Apply:

If you’re interested in writing for the site, please send an application to joey@talkingcomicbooks.com that responds to the following questionsl:

  • Why TC? What is it about our site that interests you?
  • What’s your corner of geekdom? How did you get there?
  • What position would you like to apply for? What experience do you have in this area? If more than one, please list in the order of preference.

If you have any relevant writing samples (personal blog posts, prior reviews and articles, etc.), please feel free to send them along. Please limit samples to no more than three (3) pieces of work.

Not interested in joining the team but want to write a guest post? We do that too! Send an email to us and let us know what you have in mind.

**Please note that, as of right now, all contributor positions for Talking Comics are volunteer only**

Joey Braccino took his BA in English and turned it into an Ed.M. in English Education. Currently, he brings comics back in a big way all day every day to the classroom. In addition to proselytizing the good word of comics to this nation’s under-aged…

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