Writers Needed at Pens Labyrinth

With the NHL season right around the corner we are looking to expand our staff of writers here at Pens Labyrinth.  Any and all Penguins fans that want the chance to share their opinion and views of this great franchise are encouraged to apply.

FS_NextWriterWhether you are new to the blogging scene or have years of experience, if you’re interested please apply here. One of our members of the leadership team will be in contact with you.  We are looking for both editors and staff writers to fill the site, both of which vary in the amount of content needed.

Finding the time to write can be challenging so we don’t want this to become a burden on you. As a member of the Pens Labyrinth team you’ll be able to contribute as much content as you wish, or post when time simply permits. In the end, it’s about an enjoyable experience while following the team that you love.

Our agreement with SportsIllustrated.com means that your work will be seen by potentially thousands of readers in a month, giving you the exposure you crave if you’re an aspiring sports journalist.

Of course most of us are doing this for the sheer passion of the game and our love for writing.  So if that sounds like you and you want to try your hand at the blogging world, by all means fill out an application.

The Penguins are once again favorites to make a serious run at the Stanley Cup which has their loyal fan base eager for the season to start.   By adding to our staff  here at Pens Labyrinth we will be able to continue to grow the site and cover the Penguins to the most detailed aspect possible.

We offer a full range of support from editing to tech support to social media tips and tricks; all designed to help make you a better writer which in turn will help take the site to new heights.

If you are up for the experience then apply now.  If you would like to know more about the opportunity before applying then please feel free to email me at [email protected]

 

Sincerely,

 

Derek Stykalo

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