The Meanland Project (online blog for the Meanjin and Overland Journals) is holding a competition to find two bloggers to write fortnightly for the Meanland Project.
The winners will receive a one-off prize of $200, and be paid $75 per week to blog and tweet. One runner-up will receive $100 and have their entry published online.
Meanland, ‘reading in a time of change’, is dedicated to looking at the ‘what’ and increasingly the ‘how’ of the digital revolution and its impact on publishing. They've included topics such as the collapse of the distinction between readers and writers as more people become involved in creating content; the cultural and political impact of the unparalleled monopolies emerging in the digital landscape; and the psychological consequences of reading and writing online.
Deadline: 5pm 16 May.
Word limit:1000 words.
Head to the Meanland website for more details on topics and entry guidelines here.