EVERY day we at Anorak publish original work and the best of what others have produced offline and on the web.
All our writers are for hire. For years, we’ve produced all manner of copy, books and websites.
- Ed Barrett,
- Mof Gimmers
- David Burge
- Chris Wright
- Burt Kearns
- Kirsten Sellars,
- Karen Strike,
- Tim Worstall
- Ashley Norris and
- Paul Sorene.
With contributions from many, including:
Contact us on: UK: +44 (0) 7980 578831.
A few kind words:
Who needs newspapers when you have sites like Anorak? This irreverent daily mag reads the tabloids so you don’t have to. It gives a sly and wry take on the world of celebrity and gossip: think heat magazine with irony and good writing. It’s perfect for those snobby journos who would rather die than be seen in public with a tabloid tucked under their arm (you know who you are).
The Sunday Times:
“Anorak is another gem: it ‘keeps tabs on the tabloids’, providing witty summaries of all the news, gossip and sport that the day’s tabloids saw fit to print.”
Web User magazine:
Lazily, we could call this gem ‘The British Onion’. We were tempted. But while Anorak shares The Onion’s snook-cocking attitude towards the press, Anorak is still about the actual news rather than a twisted mindfunk version of it. Its daily email ‘keeps tabs on the tabloids’ with a flurry of links to sassy summaries of the best stories. You’ll love it if: You love The Sun but secretly fear buying it. You won’t like it if: You are immune to the attractions of tabloid journalism. You fool.
World Press Review:
Anorak is a breath of fresh air: irreverent, hilarious, often insightful, always intelligent, but never stuffy.
BBC Best of the Web:
It’s well written and doesn’t take itself too seriously. So who is the face behind the anorak?
Cool Tricks And Trinkets Newsletter:
The National Enquirer and Star Magazine are small potatoes compared to the British tabloids. Notorious for their cheeky headlines and outrageous accusations, they are the black sheep of journalism. Enter Anorak (Britspeak for parka). In true Brit fashion, this site pokes fun at the local and national newspapers and tabloids offering brief reviews of recent news items, often accompanied by news photos with hilarious captions.
This is one of the best news sites in the ‘hood’.
A great satirical look at the news. This is one of those hidden gems, and it is obvious that these guys have fun doing it and it makes me laugh. Hopefully, they can find a way for greater exposure without losing their passion. This is just the kind of thing I would love to receive through my phone.
I wish I knew who was responsible for this site – I’d send them a thank-you note.
New Media Age:
Quirky humour and logical links … make this a great online magazine.
The Daily Telegraph:
…it’s even more sarcastic than Jeremy Paxman and you don’t have to wait up until 11:15 at night to see it.
Too many mainstream media owners seem to use the wrong tone of voice for the Web but Anorak really hits the spot.
The day of the Anorak is nigh. It has personality and suitability to the medium that is missing from traditional media owners.
Get in touch if you need great content for your site. We’ve built sites and written for: BT, Reuters, Maxim, banks, Ted Baker, Tesco and many more.