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WRITERS WANTED! Articles wanted for the first issue of Dirty Halos Monthly!

Pure Textuality PR is currently seeking writers for two articles to be in the first issue of Dirty Halos Monthly, a monthly emagazine dedicated to the book world, readers and authors alike. We’re looking to exchange a half, quarter, or full page (your choice) for your time and work.

Below are the article titles, taglines, and a description of what we’re looking for. The drop dead date to have the finished article to me would be August 25th (although as soon as possible would be preferable).

All articles will require final editorial approval by Pure Textuality PR. We reserve the right to require edits before accepting a final piece, and we reserve the right to refuse a final story if it does not jive with our mission for the magazine.

If you’re interested, drop us an email at DirtyHalosInfo@gmail.com or send us a live chat message right on our website and we’ll chat more detail.

 

COCKYGATE – The First Shot in the War Over Common Use Words 

THIS IS NOT TO BE A FALEENA HOPKINS BASHFEST. What we’re looking for is the piece to be an objectively written look at why this is such a huge issue for writers – the potential litigious impact, the financial and social impact of rebranding, and what it could mean for the future of self-publishing. I’d like the piece to look at what TMing a “common use” word means as well.

 

[AS YET UNTITLED] – Writing Romance in the Age of #MeToo

This one would be for romance writers in particular. I want to get the prospective of someone writing romance in the #MeToo era. What’s it like to write an alpha male knowing that a lot of “alpha” behaviors would no longer be tolerated in real life? Has the #MeToo movement changed the way you write your love stories?

Please feel free to share this with any writers you think might be interested.

P.S. – Here’s a sneak peek at the cover of issue #1.

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