Because teenagerdom is a mess, but some people handle it better than others.
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- Some basic info, like your name, your spheres of geek expertise and what you’d like to write about.
- Some sense of how often you could write something for us.
- Three examples of your best writing, so we can get a sense of how you roll.
- If possible, a link to your blog or another place that we can find your internet published work.
Some Hard Facts
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If you’d just like to pitch one story at us, that’s cool too! If you’re comfortable trusting us to not steal your work (we won’t) send us an email at submissions@TheMarySue.com. If you’re not (we totally understand) follow the instructions above and also let us know what your prospective article is about. That way we get a sample of how you roll, and we can let you know whether your article idea would fit on the site.