Jobs @ Anime News Network

Jobs @ Anime News Network

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News Intern

ANN’s intern program is on hiatus. We expect to restart it in September 2023 or January 2024.

Freelance Editorial Contributor

If you’re interested in becoming a freelance editorial contributor to Anime News Network, you’re in luck; we have a handful of new policies about submitting to our publication for potential freelance consideration.

What We’re Looking For

Anime News Network is currently accepting pitches from freelance writers to contribute informative, entertaining feature editorials and opinion pieces focused on a single show, a single subject, a manga, a videogame, or otherwise – articles like the following:

Three Reasons Why Blood Blockade Battlefront is the Best Show of the Spring

Manga vs. Anime: Fullmetal Alchemist

How Fire Emblem Became A Phenomenon

You can see dozens of other examples on our Features page!

Anime News Network pays on a per-assignment basis; payment is discussed after your pitch is accepted.

How To Inquire

Send an email with your cover letter, resume and links to two relevant writing samples to the email address listed below, with the requested information. Preferred writing samples include: previously published anime editorials or reviews, previously published entertainment journalism or media criticism, relevant personal blog posts – the pieces you feel are most representative of what you can bring to the table. Academic work is accepted but in most occasions we will ask for nearly any review or editorial work before looking at dissertations or thesis papers, which historically haven’t given us a great idea of the contributor’s personality. While previous entertainment journalism or editorial work is obviously greatly preferred, we’re open to writers from all walks and vocations – many of our current writers are teachers, engineers, business owners and more.

Your cover letter should include, along with your standard letter, one topic or a short list of topics you have editorial concepts for that you’d like to pitch. Let’s say you’d like to write articles about My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan. Your cover letter should mention those topics at the end of your letter, like so:

I would like to pitch editorial features about the following shows/subjects:
My Hero Academia
Attack on Titan
Anime Music Videos

Do not simply list your editorial pitches; we’ll email you. The editorial team will endeavor to be in contact with contributors we are seriously interested in within 5 to 7 business days of receiving your email. Unfortunately we cannot respond to every email, nor can we respond to any requests to evaluate a resume or writing samples, nor can we confirm receipt of your email unless we are already in contact with you.

Send all inquiries to [email protected] with the subject ANN Contributor Program and the requested information. We look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you,
Anime News Network

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