NOTE: This post was written in 2017 and information herein is no longer applicable.
Do you enjoy writing about Pokémon? Are you interested in reaching out to trainers across the world?
Then come join us as a Content Editor, help us locate those valuable voices that have something to say with concise words and well-researched topics, and become part of a new attitude towards content creation in the Pokémon fandom. You will be able to access our contacts and resources in the community, including our popular Twitter profile and mailing list.
Let’s get it straight: we’re not able to compensate writers yet, and though we firmly believe that all work should be paid, we haven’t yet managed to generate revenue to sustain that effort. But if you’re still interested in what we try to accomplish, or if you’ve already written something that may be of interest to the Pokémon community, then we should definitely work together! We don’t reserve exclusivity and you’re free to post your articles elsewhere, or retract them at any time.
We would be very glad to host articles by both seasoned gamers and people that haven‘t written about games —or Pokémon in particular— before. We’re very interested in fresh opinions and perspectives from other communities and diverse fields, such as philosophy, sociology, history, biology, design, architecture, art and more.
We want the public to understand that animé and video games in general, as high-tech works of intellect, and as contemporary media for quality entertainment. We also want to shed light on the communities that revolve around them and study how they provide ground for educated discussions, allow for artistic expression and foster honest relationships. So, if you’ve read about us and believe that your values align with our own, then we’d be excited to work together.
Please send a sample of your work to *REDACTED* —if possible— in plain .txt text or in the form of a Google document and we’ll get in touch.