<RuPaul>Hello, hello, hello!</RuPaul>
It’s that time again! A few of the sister sites on the Skepchick Network are looking for writers. Interested? All gigs at Skepchick are voluntary and provide no monetary compensation, but you will be paid in thanks and hugs and friendship! And maybe rainbows and unicorns! All positions require small time commitments that vary by position. See below for specific site announcements and contact information.
Skepchick Events is looking for writers to blog about events of interest to skeptics, atheists, humanists, freethinkers, etc., as well as events-related information. For example, posts about starting groups, interviews with group leaders, ways to increase diversity at events, making groups and events more friendly to all ages, accessibility at events, fundraising, activism, geek event cross-over, and so forth.
No group or events experience is required as long as you can write, are a skeptic, and have an interest in learning more about events or about a particular category within events (such as family-friendly events or groups).
School of Doubt
School of Doubt is looking for writers who have a background in education at any level who would like to write about issues related to education, skepticism, and critical thinking. Contributors will be expected to post at least once every two weeks.
To submit your name for consideration, send a short bio and your contact to via the contact form.
Mad Art Lab
Mad Art Lab is accepting submissions from artists who make art about science, secularism, geek culture, or feminism. Applicants must be able to commit to posting a minimum of once every two weeks. Must play well with others!
Send bio to Surly Amy via the contact page at Mad Art Lab.
Esceptica is looking for writers from anywhere in the world who are fluent in Spanish. English-Spanish translators are also needed to help do more cross-posting. Writers from Latin America are particularly encouraged to apply!
Queereka is looking for writers who identify as queer (broadly defined) who are knowledgeable about skepticism and feminism. Writers should be able to commit to posting at least once every two weeks. We are particularly interested in bringing on more trans*-identified people and queer people of color.
Submit your bio (and preferably a link to a writing sample) to Will via the contact page at Queereka.