Find the best writers, pay them to write, and avoid typos at all costs.

– Ernest Hemingway, Letters

Hemingway’s above advice on how to produce a successful publication is always at the back of our minds at What’s On Sukhumvit.

We know that interesting writing from a diverse array of writers with different life experiences, views and opinions is the lifeblood of a good magazine.

As such, we’re always on the lookout for talented freelance writers to contribute articles and opinions to our site.

What we’re looking for:

  • Talent: you’ll write with brevity, clarity and wit with the ability to stylishly articulate your opinions
  • Experts: you’ll either live in Bangkok or be otherwise well acquainted with the Thai identity and culture
  • Pro-activity: you’ll be keen to pitch ideas for articles and develop these with the Editor

What we’re offering:

  • Flexibility: you choose how regularly you’d like to contribute and the articles you’d like to write
  • Compensation: you’ll be paid fairly for your work with fees agreed before you start
  • Credit: your work will be attributed to your name with a photo, short bio and links to social media and blogs

If you’re interested in writing for What’s On Sukhumvit, please email the Editor at steph.johnson@whatsonsukhumvit.com with the following:

  • A writing sample
  • Two article ideas – we’re particularly keen to hear from people willing to contribute opinion pieces or narratives

Featured image is Throes of Creation by Pasternak