New American Journal Writers Guidelines

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Here at the New American Journal, we are interested in finding and publishing the best writers, photographers and videographers in the country who cover Public Affairs, Politics and Public Opinion, the Economy, Science, the Environment, Nature, Labor, Unions and the Law.

If you feel like you are one of those, please feel free to get in touch today. Send queries to Editor and Publisher Glynn Wilson at fast2write (at) gmail (dot) com.

If you qualify, you will be made an author and allowed to sign in and post directly to the site.

Keep in mind that we are not just interested in summary blogging, although some of that would help from time to time. We want original contributions from established craftsmen and women who would like to help create a way for us all to get paid for our work.

As I often say, Freedom of the Press is NOT FREE!

Notice we do not publish sensational celebrity or crime news, nor do we publish softball food and garden writing. Nor do we have a local, local, local focus or events calendar. We are looking for the biggest news in the country of interest to the widest audience possible.

Free blogging has widened the discussion in American journalism over the past decade, but it is time to move beyond that and pay talented people for their work. That is our goal and our mission. To produce the best public affairs journalism in America and pay for the creative talent to produce it.

It will take awhile longer to fully fund this new business model, but we are well on the way. Won’t you join us today?

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  2 comments for “New American Journal Writers Guidelines

  1. March 12, 2015 at 11:47 am

    This is so cool. I hope Google buys you out for a billion, so you can lend me a million.

  2. March 12, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    Google doesn’t like to pay for anything. I get small checks quarterly based on the number of clicks to the Google ads. Since nobody likes clicking on ads, and they don’t pay for views, this is no way to fund a media company. Just this morning I was in the process of replacing the Google ad code with another company. We will see if this story helps them push my site rather than the mainstream media tabloid sites they tend to like.

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