Do you itch to write?

| Mar 9, 2009
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We’ll help you scratch!

TGForum is always looking for new writing talent to cover the TG community, and the things that interest the TG community. If you have a way with words and know the subject you want to write about then we’re interested in hearing from you and seeing a sample of your work.

What are we looking for?

Can you do product reviews? Have you tried twenty different brands of foundation and want to share your opinion on which one is best? Do you have a corset collection and can let TGF members know which ones you find well made and which ones no self respecting maid would ever wear?

Do you get out and about to community events? We can always use reports on events around the country. Don’t forget to take pictures!

How about TG friendly clubs and restaurants? Do you go out enfemme to dine and dance? Let us know about your experience so our members can visit the friendly spots in your area when they travel.

How about fashion? Can you report on Fashion Week and the latest styles hot off the runway? Are you an expert at putting together an outfit? Give advice on how to get the most fashion for your money and how to dress to enhance feminine qualities.

The list of areas that interest the TG community goes on and on and we want to offer comments and news on all of it. Whether you’re able to interview notable TGs or do reviews of books or films that interest TGs — if you write well TGF wants your stuff.

What does it pay?

Payment for articles and blogs is up to the Publisher and may range from nothing to… In other words it’s negotiable. It depends on what you’ve written and our needs at the time. We can say you won’t get rich writing for TGF but you will help enrich our readers and you might have fun doing it.

To submit an article or blog idea send a query to our Editor, Angela Gardner. Let her know what you want to write about. If it fits our needs she will ask you to send her a sample of your writing.

Now you know what to do if that itch to write strikes. Use the TGF back scratcher.

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Angela Gardner is a founding member of The Renaissance Transgender Assoc., Inc., former editor of its newsletter and magazine, Transgender Community News. She was the Diva of Dish for TGF in the late 1990s and Editor of LadyLike magazine until its untimely demise. She has appeared in film and television shows portraying TG characters, as well as representing Renaissance on numerous talk shows.

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