Calling all internet Beyonces. We are looking for writers.
Forever Twenty Somethings (the place you’re at RN) is an online magazine that helps readers navigate their 20s. We cover life, love, career, health, fitness, entertainment, style, travel, nightlife, and all things adulting in a relatable and witty tone. Contributors can write personal essays, lists, trending stories, opinion pieces, etc about whatever topics they want.
FTS is a fantastic community of 20-something writers, editors, and readers. Our writers have been featured in Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, Seventeen, Forbes, Elite Daily, Thought Catalog, The Financial Diet, and more.
Before you apply, please know that everyone who writes for Forever Twenty Somethings is a volunteer.
How to apply/pitch:
Send an email to email@example.com with “FTS Writer Inquiry” in the subject line. Please include:
- A brief description of who you are and why you want to write for FTS (please include college + when you graduated — or are graduating if you haven’t yet)
- One of these:
- Three article ideas (each with a headline and 2-3 sentence description) you want to pitch to FTS.
- A completed article that you are pitching to FTS
- Links to two articles you’ve had published. If you have no published work, please send us at least one completed article you have completed for FTS (make sure it’s in the FTS voice!).
- How often you are interested in contributing (one time only? maybe more, maybe not? multiple times a week? once a month?).
- It’s not required, but attaching a resume never hurts.
Forever Twenty Somethings is an on online magazine that helps millennials navigate life after college and beyond. With writers from across the country, FTS’ articles focus on life, love, career, entertainment, and style in a relatable and witty tone.
FTS is here to tell that it’s okay if you haven’t found “the one.” It’s okay if you don’t feel like going out tonight. It’s okay if you haven’t landed your dream job. It’s okay if you don’t have it all figured out just yet.
A quarter life crisis does not mean you’re old. It means you have three quarters left to figure this whole “life” thing out. It’s not even half time yet.