Monkeys Fighting Robots is looking for passionate writers to drive the site’s coverage of the comic book industry. Authors will be responsible for a particular niche, providing reviews, opinion and news coverage, while building a reader community using his or her multimedia storytelling skills. The best candidates have solid writing skills, WordPress knowledge, and is engaged on social media. Do you love comic books and have a strong opinion, then we would like to speak with you.
- Clean, clear, creative, and persuasive writing.
- Technically versatile and savvy enough to create content for different formats, devices, and media, including video.
- Strong familiarity with top sources for pop culture news.
- Ability to produce 3-5 weekly blog posts on a topic with varying lengths and content styles.
- Enthusiastic commitment to staying on top of the world of pop culture.
- The ability to communicate with fans through social media.
- An understanding of SEO (or willing to learn).
- WordPress knowledge.
- Available to provide a steady stream of content, 3-5 articles per week.
- You always looking for breaking news in the world of pop culture.
- Comfortable working remotely, staying in touch via e-mail, chat, text, and phone.
The perfect candidate:
- A college or high school student looking to build his or her writing portfolio. We can provide training and real-world experience that will help your resume stand out in the crowd.
- You are already established in your career but have a passion for writing. Let’s take your hobby to the next level.
In our first conversation, we will explain the payment structure. If you are looking for a full-time paycheck, this is not the right fit for you.
Start date/Application deadline:
Apply now. We will contact qualified applicants.
Send your resume to [email protected]
This job can be used as an internship for school credit.
How we review comic books:
5.0 = A near perfect comic; one of the year’s best. You’ll remember this issue for a long time.
4.0-4.9 = An excellent book that’s well worth your money. Has memorable moments, stunning art, and shows a real understanding of how comics work.
3.0-3.9 = A pretty good, middle-of-the-road comic. Maybe not worth your money unless you’re a big fan of the series/character.
2.0-2.9 = Meh, it��s fine. Below average. Not terrible, but ultimately forgettable.
1.0-1.9 = It’s bad. Maybe it has one or two redeeming qualities, but the bad very much outweighs the good. It’s not worth your time, let alone your money.
0.0-0.9 = A terrible, horrible, no good, very bad comic. Not worth your time, let alone your money. If this is your score, you probably shouldn’t bother reviewing the book.