Want to blog for LFC Boston?

How would you like the opportunity to write for LFC Boston’s official blog, The Red Letter?

Well now’s your chance to broadcast your Reds-related views, musings and memories to thousands of fellow supporters across the globe on our blog.

You can embrace your nostalgic side by blogging about your favorite ever LFC player or moment, your first Reds match or memories of a particularly eventful trek into the unknown to follow the team in Europe – the choice is totally yours.

Many of our writers are currently based in or near to Boston, and attend Liverpool games at the Phoenix Landing on a weekly basis. However, we also employ bloggers from far afield and ultimately, The Red Letter wants to hear from Reds who are great writers and simply want to write about LFC. We also would love to hear from people who could write about Liverpool in languages other than English.

Interested candidates should be passionate about and have an in-depth knowledge of football, and Liverpool FC, have a working knowledge of AP Style, have great writing skills, have working knowledge of WordPress, have great attention to detail, a solid proofing eye, enjoying working as part of a team and most importantly, will commit to blogging once every two weeks.

To apply, send an e-mail to the editor with a little bit about yourself – who you are, where you live, and why you want to write for The Red Letter.

This is an unpaid but deeply fulfilling position if you love Liverpool FC where your blog post could be viewed by more than 25,000 people.

(Updated November 2012) by Tim Treacy, Editor of TRL
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