Write for Funny Women!

If you think we need your voice in the mix on this site then now’s your chance to get involved! We’re looking for new writers for Funnywomen.com, so if you see yourself as the new Carrie Bradshaw or style yourself after Shrill’s Annie Easton we want to hear from you. 

Each month we will pick a new editorial theme which will be announced in our newsletter (scroll down to subscribe!) and invite you to pitch your idea to us. 

You will have a week to send us your ideas on the monthly theme, once it’s released on our newsletter – March newsletter out on Monday 9th March!

If your pitch is picked you will be commissioned to write an article for us (500 words max) and paid £30. Your article will be featured here on the Funny Women website, on our social media channels and in next month’s newsletter.

This month, the chosen writer will be notified on March 16th and will have as a writing deadline March 27th.

How to pitch: When you get the new editorial theme, send an email to editor@funnywomen.com with FUNNY WOMEN PITCH in the subject line. Tell us in brief what your idea is, why you think it would suit Funnywomen.com and who you are!

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