“The Upland Almanac” is a place where freelancers are encouraged to spread their wings.
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Always looking for high quality writing to present to our readers, “The Upland Almanac” is a place where freelancers are encouraged to spread their wings. Check out our guidelines, and you’ll see we have several different sections that should appeal to your creativity. “Day’s End” presents brief prose selections and some poetry. In “Road Notes,” the focus is on travel writing as much as hunting tales. General articles focus on topics as varied as bird species, political or ecological issues that matter to bird hunters, wildlife art and artists, history. We are also looking to set up a team of regional writers who can visit and write about specific lodges for our “Destinations” section.
Story-wise, we ask for well-reported news/resource pieces or general articles that speak to a focal point other than:
a.) dead dogs, b.) nostalgia for the sake of nostalgia, or c.) “All About Me,” in which the writers mention themselves more than they do the alleged topic.
To find out more, please send an email with the subject “Guidelines” to firstname.lastname@example.org