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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Writing Jobs for Thursday March 17th

Happy St. Patrick's Day writers! I just went for a beautiful walk and listened to the groaning trees and clucking birds with such glorious fervor. Spring has finally shown her beautiful face and we can, at long last, see the lingering entrails of winter melting into the earth.

Look below for new writing jobs in Michigan and from home. Please also feel free to post comments, send suggestions or say what ever moves you. This is a space for writers (even if I seem to be the only one talking currently).

Writing Jobs in Michigan 

Technical Writer: Ann Arbor

Financial Advisor Needs Writer: Bloomfield Hills

Service Writer: Chelsea

Marketing Internship: Detroit Metro

Grant Writer: Detroit

Write/Send Press Releases: East Lansing/Telecommute

Exceptional Woman Ghost Writer: Grand Rapids

Social Media Coordinator: Grand Rapids

Process Documentation/Analyst/Writer: Grand Rapids

Editor/Proofreader: Grand Rapids

Sports Editor: Hillsdale

Technical Writer: Kalamazoo

Technical Writer: Lansing

Video Journalist: Lansing

Newspaper Hiring Journalists: Southfield

Marketing Plan Writer: Southfield

Business Plan/Technical Writer: Southfield

Technical Writer: Troy

Proposal Writer: Troy

Service Writer: Waterford

Telecommute (From Home)

Web Writer Wanted

Talented Ghost Writers

Macroeconomics Writers

Freelance Writers Wanted

Analyst/Editor for Stock Market Site

Blog Writer and Contributor 

Tax Review Researcher/Writer

Freelance Academic Writers

Skyword Hiring Native Spanish Language Freelancers

Webisode Scriptwriters Wanted 

Tech-Savvy Blogger

Telecommute Writers

Travel Writers and Bloggers 

Experienced Proposal Writer for Gov. Contracts (Michigan)


Literary Magazine Seeks Submissions 

Online Magazine Calls for Submissions 

Unpaid Blog Editor/Writer Internship 

And Spring arose on the garden fair,
Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere;
And each flower and herb on Earth's dark breast
rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.
~Percy Bysshe Shelley, "The Sensitive Plant"