Writers wanted for Anorak’s new London Project
Anorak Publishing has just set a very exciting new magazine in motion. The London Project is a collection of stories, images and videos that reflect the World’s greatest city on the cusp of a momentous year in its history. It will look back at the past, take the pulse of the city as it is now and make a few predictions about its future. It will be available in a whole load of digital formats and in print too. And we want you to help.
Got a really good story about the capital? Maybe the bloke at the end of your road was best mates with The Krays? Or someone you know used to be a waitress in the restaurant in Telecom Tower? Maybe you were involved in one of the key events that shaped the recent development of the city? Or you have a special place in the capital that up until now you haven’t wanted to share.
We are looking for 10-15 stories about London and Londoners that have to be between 500-1000 words and accompanied by a picture. We will pay £100 for each story. Got a good idea? Then email me firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can. We would also consider photo essays or interesting videos.