Hey folks. Beats Per Minute is looking for writers and photographers to contribute content to the site. We are searching for writers with a clear, strong, and engaging voice — and up-and-coming photographers — that have an extensive knowledge of music past and present, an open mind, and passion for new and exciting upcoming acts.
Those interested should email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- Links to your three best pieces (or photo galleries) [no attachments, please]
- Lists of your 10 favorite albums of 2011 and 10 favorite albums of all time
- Some brief details about yourself, including your location and past publications you’ve written for.
Unfortunately we won’t be able to respond to each submission, but if we like what we see, we’ll get in contact with you and give you the details of what we need to move forward.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, June 4th. Thank you.
UPDATE: The deadline for submissions has been extended to Monday, June 25th. Thank you.
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