Write for Doctor Who TV
Have you got a great idea for a Doctor Who, Torchwood or Sarah Jane Adventures feature article? If so, then Doctor Who TV is giving you the chance to get involved. We are looking for guest authors to write one-off articles. Please note, we are not looking for news or fan fiction writers.
There are just a few guidelines to be aware of:
- Posts must be original content (no copy and pasting from other sites).
- Posts must be between 500-1500 words.
- You must have good spelling and grammar.
- Please proofread your article before submitting. Badly written content will be rejected.
- Images are allowed, but must be no larger than 570px wide and no bigger than 100kb per image.
- You understand and allow your post to be edited for any reason.
- We may not use your article for any reason.
- You must be aged 16 and over
Submissions are voluntary, however, you will of course be credited and your article will be read by thousands of visitors everyday, if published.
If you write a number of consistently excellent articles you may be offered a permanent position or other incentives.
What is a feature article? Take a look at these recent examples to give you an idea:
- What if… David Morrissey was THE Doctor?
- What To Expect When The Time Lords Return
- Thoughts on a Potential New Companion for Series 8
- 2nd Opinion: The Day of the Doctor
- 5 Mysteries That Need Answers This Christmas
- Unpopular Opinion: The Weeping Angels
- The Day of the Doctor: A 3D Triumph or Failure?
- Why the Doctor Saved Gallifrey
- The Time of the Doctor Poster - Easter Eggs & Clues
- The Zygons: “Peace in Our Time” and What’s Next
- Who is Tom Baker's Curator?
- Why it's OK to Rewrite Doctor Who History
- Time War No More: The Degeneration of the Doctor
- 5 Outstanding Moments from The Day of the Doctor
- The Day of the Doctor: Sorting Out The Time Differentials
- 4 Questions, 4 Answers: Making Sense of the 50th Anniversary
- Celebrating Doctor Who's 50th
- Some Final Predictions for the 50th
- The 50th Anniversary... By The Numbers
- Anticipating The Day of the Doctor
Then get in touch using the contact form. Please mark your subject “feature article”. Questions can be asked in the comments below.