Want to write for a cool China blog like ChinaGeeks? We’re currently looking for help from just about anyone and everyone interested in China, whether you’re interested in politics, culture, history, philosophy, translation, or anything else. All we ask is that you can write well and that you be fairly reliable; other than that, everything is up for negotiation, so send an email and let us know what you’d like to do!
Note that we are not accepting guest posts at this time. Note also that ChinaGeeks does not publish articles that have been previously published anywhere else on the web. Except in special circumstances, we also ask that you do not repost any of your ChinaGeeks posts on your personal blog or on any other site (though of course you are welcome to post excerpts). Also, we can’t pay you.
Still interested? Here’s how it works: you write an article (before you write it you may want to check out our style guide) and email it to joinus(at)chinageeks dot org, along with any relevant information about yourself. I’ll review the article (please note in the subject if it’s time-sensitive in some way) and, if it’s good enough, it will be posted on the site and you’ll be on your way to an account that lets you post stuff by yourself.
If it’s not good enough, no big deal. Check our style guide again and whenever you feel like it, send in another article. There’s no limit to how many times you can do this, and feel free to ask for feedback if you’re not sure why what you’re emailing us isn’t getting posted.
We look forward to hearing from you!