TDG is seeking new writers
Dear Faithful TDG readers,
We’ve survived yet another wild season of fantasy baseball, and now it’s time to transition into what baseball fans might consider a dark period, but what we like to call ‘transaction season.’ While baseball slumbers, us dynasty baseball connoisseurs are wide awake and busy slinging deals, drafting top amateur and international prospects, and building our teams for an exciting 2017 season.
Here at TDG, our goal is to make the incoming avalanche of crucial roster decisions a bit easier. In addition to regular articles, we’ll also be rolling out the detailed dynasty rankings you’ve all come to know and love. But we need your help to accomplish this. You drive this site forward by reading our articles and providing insightful comments, and now is your chance to improve TDG as a new writer.
Each year, we uncover a number of hidden gems (undiscovered talent) in our search for new contributors, from the lead writers you’ve come to know at TDG to those you may have seen at other major websites. From Craig Goldstein, Ben Carsley, Jeff Quinton, Wilson Karaman, Greg Wellemeyer, George Bissell and J.J. Jansons (who now all write at Baseball Prospectus) to Jake Devereaux at BP Boston and Nick Doran at Rotoworld, TDG has provided a vital starting point in their journey to becoming well known dynasty baseball writers.
If you’re looking to start on a similar path and want a great place to receive exposure, TDG is perfect for you. Here’s how you can join the team:
– If you are a writer with experience at either your own blog or another site, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with links and some information about yourself.
– If you are a dynasty league player without writing experience, send us an email explaining why 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.
We look forward to hearing from those of you who are interested and hope you’re all excited to see what the future of The Dynasty Guru has in store.