About the Role
The world is moving at an alarming rate, making it nigh on impossible for emerging creatives to keep on top of the impact of the popular culture we are forced to hyper-consume on a daily basis. As such, we're looking to hire a slew of freelance writers to pitch poignant cultural essays on our digital publishing platform.
Whether it's mulling over the generational effects of a little app called FaceTune, investigating the impact of cli-fi on environmental activism, or navigating Queer representation on screen, our culture writers are adept at covering culturally relevant topics with a careful combination of first-person insight and a broad understanding of pop culture's shifting tectonic plates; does this sound like you?
We especially encourage applications from writers from minority ethnic backgrounds and the LGBT+ community, as well as those based outside London, to reflect the diversity of our global community.
Write engaging and culturally relevant fashion analyses, op-eds, and interviews
Submit 1 article every 3-6 weeks
Pitch and develop your own story ideas
Pick up story assignments from your editor as needed
Brainstorm ideas for culture features and podcast episodes
Stay on top of current affairs in your chosen field(s)
Support our efforts for validating the accuracy and timeliness of all content
Things to Note
Our Culture team's focus areas are:
Who We are
VAGUE TOMES is a cultural journal founded on the timeless principles of FUBU. Run by a remote network of writers, stylists, photographers, designers, and developers from Manchester, London & across four continents, our mission at VAGUE is to serve as a slow but considered editorial publisher with its finger on the pulse of the zeitgeist, and a dynamic resource for creatives and discerning audiences at the intersection of creativity, commerce, and culture.