Paperback Writers

by • July 19, 2013 • NewsComments Off on Paperback Writers519

We are always looking for new scribblers for true faith so with the new season just around

Typewriterthe corner, now is the time to get in touch with your favourite A5, full-colour, 64-page, professionally designed gobshite fanzine.

People like you write for true faith. No-one here passes themselves off as any kind of super-fan, has aspirations to be a local celebrity and you don’t have to be able to recite the 1964 Central League team backwards to join our writing team. We aren’t arsed if you don’t have any qualifications in English or if you area published writer or any of that!

Some of our writers are home and away zealots, some are season ticket holders who go away only a few times per season and some of our writers go to games when they can as individual circumstances allow. We have writers who can walk to St James’ Park on match-days and we have others who live on the other side of the world. Some writers have been following United for decades and some have just started in the last few years.

We don’t give a Fumaca miskick if you are old, young, man, woman, boy, girl, able, disabled, black, white, brown, yellow, indigo-pink with yellow dots on. It’s none of our business what you do in your own bedroom as long as you put the cat out and don’t ask us to get involved.

As long as you have a big Newcastle United shaped space in your heart, you’ll do for us.

We are on the hunt for people who know their stuff, who can write well and entertain, inform and say something fresh and new.

We are obsessed about providing original content for our fellow supporters and loyal readers and we leave the copying and down-right plagiarism to others. We’re above that.

true faith is one of the best known, respected and biggest club fanzines in the country but it exists for you to express and share opinions with fellow Newcastle United supporters.

If you are interested, drop us a line on editor@true-faith.co.uk TF_INITIALS_LOGO

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