Thursday, October 4, 2012

We're Looking for a Food Blogger/Columnist, Sadly

Posted By on Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 2:00 PM

For several years now, Adam Borowitz has been kicking ass and taking names here on The Range with his Tucson food coverage.

He helped birth Tucson's food-truck scene. He's broken more restaurant stories than I can count. He's been entertaining as hell.

And sadly, in a month or two, he'll be moving on.

Therefore, Tucson Weekly and TucsonWeekly.com are looking for a food-news writer/reporter. This scribe will write the weekly Noshing Around column, and will be expected to contribute regularly to this here website (approximately 5-8 posts per week). Pay is $80 per week, with extra dough for extra contributions (to our twice-yearly food issues, the Best of Tucson®, etc.).

A passion for Tucson's food scene, a willingness to scoop the competition, and a flair for writing are all must-haves. If you don't care for food, are afraid to look in windows of under-construction restaurants, or can't write a compelling entry in, say, the Food-Truck Diaries, don't apply. Really. Just don't.

Send a cover letter, a resume, and four to six writing samples to jboegle@tucsonweekly.com no later than Wednesday, Oct. 17. No stupid questions, please. (Smart ones are welcome.)

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