Current and Ann Arbor Family are Now Hiring Freelance Writers

. June 23, 2020.
Stock photo courtesy of Min An.

Are you looking to further your writing skills? Want to get your foot into freelance writing? Look no further than Ann Arbor Family and Current Magazine!

We are currently hiring freelance writers who love local news and entertainment. We cover news and content from all over Washtenaw County, making sure our community is informed about everything happening in the area. We at Current and Ann Arbor Family also love content that covers local entertainment, including movies, music, art, and more! Our two publications are looking for writers who are dedicated, timely, and love sharing stories.

Current Magazine covers local news and entertainment. From new music shows to different businesses in the area, we cover a wide range of content. Ann Arbor Family focuses on helping local families find some of the best activities in the area. You’ll be able to work on your schedule, pitching and taking assignments that work best for your professional goals.

To apply, simply send your resume and writing samples to annarboreditor@adamsstreetpublishing.com. In the subject line, put “Freelance Writer – LastName” to better ensure we see your work.

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