Writing and Freelance Opportunities for Freelancers Like Me

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Writing and Freelance Opportunities for Freelancers Like Me

Traveling and Eating and writing, On My!
Happy Friday freelancers, just two opportunities today but I didn't want you to go into the weekend without the share. Get your pitches and resumes ready. ~ Darralynn

is looking to add a content update editor to our team. P/T on your own schedule (15-20 hours/week), remote in U.S., $25/hour. Info here: app.jobvite.com/m?3hfONlwX (Please apply there, but I am the hiring manager and can answer questions!) Email: lratliff@tripsavvy.com

Monica Williams the new editor at EATER Detroit is looking for writers.

"Hi Darralynn. I'm the editor of Eater Detroit and I'm looking for writers. I was wondering if you might considering including this in one of your upcoming posts:https://detroit.eater.com/2018/2/26/16985916/eater-detroit-pitching-stories-guidelines-how-to-pitch" Her email address:  monica.williams@eater.com

Also, Last but not least, JUST IN.
Planet Detroit is looking for a BIPOC multimedia producer to create content for an environmental tour site for Planet Detroit. The job pays $6000 for the project package. Due by August 21. Please email: Nina Misuraca Ignaczak at nina@planetdetroit.org
There are six tour locations:
  1. The Detroit Incinerator
  2. Belle isle/Uniroyal Site
  3. Rouge Park
  4. Red Run Drain
  5. Southwest Detroit
  6. Highland Park: Parker Village, & Avalon Village & Soulardarity
For each site, the producer will create:
Site name
Multimedia element: Photos and 1-2 minute audio recordings of the personal experiences of one or two involved community members on-site. s
Name
How I am are involved in this place?
What people should know about what happened here?
What I hope happens here in the future?
Directions: Short text description/directions describing the location and how to access it once you’re in the area.
Description of the main site: 500-word description of the history and current challenges at the site.
What happened here? Who was affected? How did the local community respond? Include dates, key events.
Audio element: Recording of the description. Owolabi?
Call to action Where to go to learn more (web links, etc.)
Additional locations within site: Location and 50-word descriptions of any additional nearby places to visit.
Go Get 'Em!

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