TDG is Looking For New Writers

Faithful TDG readers, as the 2015 fantasy season is now squarely in the rear view mirror and we’re approaching the fiery center of the hot stove, it becomes time again to reflect upon what has transpired and attempt to discern what is to come. As we’ve all learned and experienced, dynasty leagues truly have no off-season, and dynasty coverage should not as well.

However, the inherent problem with this is that we need help. We are looking for a group of new writers to join our band of merry men as we march through the remainder of the “off-season”, into our rankings and beyond. For us, this process has been a treasure trove. The last time we put out the call for new writers, we got an extremely talented group, a number of which have moved onto writing at other sites. Greg Wellemeyer, George Bissell and J.J. Jansons are now writing at Baseball Prospectus, a mere 12 months after starting here at TDG (and they’re doing a fantastic job). During the previous search, Jeff Quinton and Wilson Karaman, both also writers at Baseball Prospectus, were just two of the submissions we received. We also found Nick Doran, who is one of our lead writers here at TDG and others who have gone on to write at sites like Rotoworld and Razzball. So if you’re interested in writing about fantasy baseball, this is a great place to get exposure.

If you are reading this and are thinking to yourself, “wow that sounds like something I’d want to do,” here’s how to go about it:

– If you are a writer with experience at either your own blog or another site, send us an email with links and some information about yourself.

– If you are a dynasty league player without writing experience, send us an email explaining why you think we should consider you for a writing position at TDG and we will give you a writing assignment of approximately 600-700 words on a given topic. Those who have submitted entries before will be given first priority, as there were plenty of good submissions that we had to pass on due to the sheer number of entries received.

Look forward to hearing from those of you who are interested and hope you’re all excited to see what the The Dynasty Guru will continue to have in store.

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