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12/17/2012

A Call For Writers

We're saying goodbye to one of our dear writers today, and hope to find another to carry the torch.

By: James Hawkins

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As some of you may have heard, our esteemed Patricia Hernandez is transitioning from “columnist” at Bit Creature to “alumni,” with her acceptance of a full time writing position at Kotaku.

I brought Patricia on board just after our launch, and have had the pleasure of being her editor for these past six months – she’s embodied exactly what I envisioned Bit Creature to be, and on behalf of the whole staff, wish her well in her new opportunity.

Her new opportunity means we have a (paid!) monthly position available on the BC team. We’re looking for someone who wants to stretch their creative muscles, and be part of a talented writing staff that – in my opinion, anyway – is producing some of the most exciting and unique game-related editorial content out there.

We offer a sturdy, thorough editing team and a steadfast commitment to long-form journalism, analysis, reporting, and creative non-fiction.

If you’re interested, please email me at hawk1733@gmail.com, with a few samples of your work and a little bit about your interest in writing for Bit Creature.

Look forward to hearing from you.

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About the Author:
James Hawkins is the founder of Bit Creature. He's a published poet, dabbling sportswriter, and former Senior Editor of Village Voice Media's Joystick Division.

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