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Want to Write a Guest Post for Women and Hollywood?

Women and Hollywood By Melissa Silverstein | Women and Hollywood March 7, 2012 at 10:30AM

Share your voice, your story, and your expertise with the readers of Women and Hollywood
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I'm looking to diversify the voices and experiences of people on the site. As you can tell there are already a variety of guest posts on the site, but I want to be a bit more proactive. If you have a story, experience or idea and you think it would make a guest post, this is your opportunity to get your voice out. I believe it is imperative that we get diverse voices of women working in the field out to the world so they can see the great talent that often goes overlooked.

Here are some keys and rules for guest posting. 

  • Only posts about women and issues related to entertainment and pop culture will be considered. But keep in mind this site is not interested in who is wearing who or who is dating who. 
  • Nothing related to any products will be considered.
  • No press releases masquerading as posts.
  • Make it real and honest in your own voice and relevant. Please be familiar with the tone of the site. 
  • Don’t make it longer than 700 words.
  • Submit it in text or word format (not as a pdf)
  • Embed links into the post.
  • Attach an image with the post (jpg). We only accept promotional stills, fair use photos and original photos that you take yourself. 
  • Make sure to give your post a title.
  • Make sure to send a one line bio and a link to your site or film.
  • Make sure to include anything about when and where the film opens or when or what channel the TV show will be on.
  • Please don't use this guest post to fundraise. Posts that focus on fundraising will not be considered.
  • Dashes should be written like so: -- (two hyphens). 
  • Titles (of films, television series, etc) should appear in quotation marks "Like So."
  • We do not use the Oxford Comma. Ex: Reese Witherspoon, Salma Hayek, Kerry Washington and Emma Stone participated in the event. No comma should appear after Washington. An oxford comma (which we don't want) would look like this: Reese Witherspoon, Salma Hayek, Kerry Washington, and Emma Stone participated in the event. A comma would appear after Washington. 
  • No double spaces: Here  is an example of a double space. (Between "Here" and "is")

Keep in mind that submitting a post is not a guarantee that it will be used. All posts will be edited. Also, there will be no compensation for guest posts. Sorry.

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