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As of October, 2013, SuperVegan is no longer under active development.
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Want to write for SuperVegan? Apply here!

Hey y’all! SuperVegan (that’s us!) is looking for bloggers, contributors, and vegan busybodies to write fascinating/entertaining/awesome/all of the above posts for our blog.

Here’s what we need:

Staff Writers: excellent regular bloggers who are up on vegan news and can write one or two posts each week. Should be able to take assignments, come up with your own post ideas, edit yo-self, happily accept constructive criticism and editing, and provide original primary-source reporting and research. For example, we would looove to post interviews with vegans who are doing cool stuff.

Contributing Writers: Bloggers to write occasional posts on topics of interest to vegans (i.e., food, cooking, animal rights issues, vegan/veg events, vegan fashion, political initiatives, restaurant openings and closings, national/international vegan news, and whatever else you can think of!)

For ye staff writers: e-mail us with a blog post you would write for SuperVegan if you were on staff today, written in our style; keep in mind that if we like it we might post it! Also, supply us some links to your writing on a blog or website or whatever you’ve got, give us a sense of your blogging experience, and let us know why you want to join SV.

For contributors: tell us what you’d like to write about and also send us links to samples, if you’ve got ’em, and tell us about you! If we’re intrigued we’ll let you know!

Way unfortunately, we can’t pay you (we all do it for the love!), but sometimes we get free books, yummy samples to review, and free admission to events, which are way more exciting than plain old greenbacks, I swear.

Questions? Comment!


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    Heck yeah.

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    Super Vegan to the rescue!

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    Kristin Star Picun

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    Are you, still, looking for writers?

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    Jason Das

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    I’ve been in touch with Kristin via e-mail already, but in case anyone else is wondering:

    Sure, w’re always open to new writers. Not everything in this post is quite the same anymore, but you should still write to and let us know what and why you want to write for us.