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The bad news: Racked Boston's founding editor, Susie Kostaras, is moving on. The good news: Effective immediately, we're searching for a hardworking, plugged-in Bay State fashion writer to take her place.
The ideal candidate knows the intricacies of Boston's retail and style scene like the back of her own hand, or the back of her own closet. We're looking for someone who knows that Boston shopping extends beyond Newbury Street and the latest It designers, who is excited to cover the developing brands and startups putting us on the map.
Previous journalism experience is a plus, but more than anything, you should be sharp, funny, and obsessed. This is a writing-focused freelance gig with commensurate pay; you'll be able to work from anywhere you want so long as you stay plugged in to local retail news.
Interested? Then send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a paragraph about yourself and a paragraph about why you're right for the gig. If you've got a personal blog, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram, add links to those as well. No resumes, please! If we like what we see, we'll follow up quickly.