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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

We're Looking for Brilliant Writers!

Posted By on Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 7:30 AM

click to enlarge If you can guess where in the Mission this is, you must love bright colors. - PETER LAWRENCE KANE
  • Peter Lawrence Kane
  • If you can guess where in the Mission this is, you must love bright colors.

Hello Exhibitionist readers! We're looking to expand our coverage of this wacky, polychromatic, and ever-changing city.

While we have very strong film and theater coverage already, there are a number of areas where we'd love a fresh perspective or a rapier-sharp wit: fashion, must-follow Instagram accounts, lesser-known art galleries, obscure city history, profiles of quirky residents, and the like. We're looking for bottom-up coverage of what's going on in S.F. and Oakland, rather than dutiful coverage of the Arts Establishment. (If an institution has a budget for Muni ads that looks bigger than your annual salary, then they probably don't need help from us!).

We'll be up front about the money, which isn't going to pay off Sallie Mae anytime soon. But if the prospect of seeing your name in print — or, more accurately, online — is appealing and you've always wanted to work with an editor who's, like, totally supportive and stuff, then taken a peek at the blog's archives and throw some ideas our way at pkane@sfmediaco.com.

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About The Author

Peter Lawrence Kane

Bio:
Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.

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