Real Bread feature ideas and writers wanted

What do YOU want to write and read about?

Photo: Copyright free, Creative Commons CC0

Photo: Copyright free, Creative Commons CC0

Have you ever looked at the Real Bread Campaign’s magazine, True Loaf, or website features and thought: What’s missing is an article on X? Why don’t they ever include a feature on retarding dough, osmotolerant yeast, or whatever? I know plenty about it and would love to tell others.

Telling YOUR story

Are you a farmer growing heritage wheat, traditional miller producing flour from local grains, run a Real Bread baking business – from home-based microbakery, through fifth-generation high street bakery, to social enterprise start-up, and have thought ‘it would be great if they featured me’?

Telling someone else's story

Are you a writer (or at least able to string a sentence together – you’re not expected to be a Pulitzer of Booker prize winner) who's come across a bread-related story that needs telling, and you’re game to do a pro-bono gig in support of our charity’s work and aims?

What are you waiting for?

We're always keen to hear from volunteers willing to help us by writing features with the power to inform, inspire and (at the risk of sounding all a bit Reithian BBC) perhaps even entertain people.

If you’re game, please send the Real Bread a very short outline (a few bullet points are fine) of what you want to write about to the Campaign coordinator (whose three days a week also include editing the magazine and website) at realbread@sustainweb.org

 


14/10/2019
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