Please contact Publisher David Rothman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to write for us.
We want to hear only from people who constantly read ebooks and are writing from the heart—not hucksters disguised as “content marketers.” In other words, we want appropriate articles, not variants of ads. We no longer run “sponsored posts,” even from good people representing legitimate companies and leveling with readers.
Unless you tell us exactly what you want to write about, we won’t reply. If your proposed article is not directly ebook-related or otherwise very relevant to our new site, TeleRead.org, please don’t bother. Include a bio with links so we can get a good sense of your intent and who you are.
Normally we do not pay outsiders. Perhaps that will change in the future. It’s a question of keeping TeleRead sustainable. Meanwhile this is a chance to get good exposure and perhaps be a regular yourself someday.
TeleRead is the world’s longest-running site focused on e-book news and views (publishing since the 1990s). We cover hot-button issues about technology, publishing, education and library access. We’re for lovers of books and gadgets.
Written by long-time e-book industry observers, TeleRead has been featured or quoted or mentioned on Huffington Post, Wired, Slashdot, Washington Post, AdAge, Computerworld, BoingBoing, Engadget, Oreilly Radar, MobileRead, Publishers’ Weekly, The Bookseller and numerous blogs about technology and books.