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Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Current is Looking for Freelance Writers

Posted By on Thu, Aug 25, 2016 at 1:20 PM

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The San Antonio Current is seeking scribes-for-hire to help us cover the city and keep our pages and website filled with diverse and engaging stories from across San Antonio and South Texas. 

We're looking to expand our stable of folks who contribute to everything from brief calendar write-ups on the latest happenings to previews and reviews of concerts, exhibitions and performances, news briefs and even in-depth cover stories. We're looking for writers who can report a story, talk to sources and dig up new information; people who can offer unique commentary or insight about current events that cuts through the noise instead of adding to it; foodies, art fanatics, bar-hoppers and music-lovers with an intimate knowledge of the scene who can help keep our readers stay plugged into the news and events shaping this city. 

Past writing/journalism experience is a bonus but not necessary. If you have any published clips, please send a few. Send questions, clips and pitches to

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