true faith : DEADLINE REMINDER

by • June 9, 2015 • NewsComments (1)703

We have had some brilliant material posted in for the next issue of true faith (TF121) tf120_cover_ipadwhich of course is our massive SUMMER SPECIAL and this is just a gentle reminder to all of you currently working on stuff that the deadline for submission is this Saturday, 13/Jun/15.

That should coincide with the appointment of the new Newcastle United manager, who the world and his wife expects to be Steve McLaren.

Naturally, the next issue will examine in some depth what our writers think about the McLaren appointment means but also the task he faces and his major challenges.

 

As well as the in-depth analysis of our football club you have come to expect from one of tf120_caretaker_ipadthe UK’s most widely read, respected and best selling fanzines we will also be carrying a a range of material from all over the world, not least of which will be Brazil, Spain, Italy, Poland as well as we hope, China and not to mention England’s latest game in Dublin from one of our regular writers.

But our primary goal is to focus on Newcastle United and we’ll be looking at some long gone periods in the club’s history and a bit of a tour-de-force piece on one of the greatest and best loved players in our history.

But to those writers, lovingly crafting pieces for this next issue, please get a wriggle on so we can get everything lined up in time.

For those of you who haven’t yet written for a fanzine or who have and fancy doing so tf120_60_sec_ipadagain, please just drop us a line at editor@true-faith.co.uk

No-one needs to be a published writer, have a degree in English or be any kind of self-proclaimed super-fan to write for true faith. All we ask is that you are enthusiastic, love the club and that whatever you write is 100% original material.

People like you write for true faith.

 

That is all.

 

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One Response to true faith : DEADLINE REMINDER

  1. John Milto says:

    “I love deadlines. I love the sound they make as they whoosh by.” – Douglas Adams.