iSpokes Journalists – Writing for SPORTS `N SPOKES
We’re always looking for the next great story or that fancy new product. Unfortunately, we can’t always be on location and that’s where you come into play. Become an iSpoke citizen journalist and your stories and photos could appear on sportsnspokes.com.
You could help us uncover the next great Paralympian, junior athlete or community leader. If you have a flair for writing, and a little photography skill, you could be contributing your talent to sportsnspokes.com.
iSpokes journalists are people who have a passion for writing and sharing the stories of others within the spinal cord injury community.
What we’re looking for –
Feature articles, athlete profile stories, wheelchair sporting event reporting, advocacy and legislation reporting, accessible travel articles, health & fitness tips and articles and unique new product reports. Perhaps you’re an athlete and smack-dab in the action. Becoming an iSpoke journalist.
What you get –
iSpoke SPORTS `N SPOKES polo (with good standing status as iSpokes citizen journalist).
Complimentary digital subscription to SPORTS `N SPOKES magazine (with good standing as iSpoke citizen journalist of at least six published articles).
Media credentials to major sporting events (as needed).
Opportunity for paid compensation as a freelance contributor (as needed)
Articles should be between 500 – 800 words long and meet AP style standards. Feature stories should be between 800-1000 words long. Unique photos should accompany each article and should be high-resolution jpeg format. All articles will be fact-checked and edited for space and accuracy prior to going live on our website.
Join us today and help keep the spirit of accessible sports and recreation alive. For more information, contact us at iSpokes@pvamag.com