Behind the Spin: call for contributions

22 Oct

BehindthespinIssue 18 of the UK’s ‘public relations magazine for students and young practitioners’, to be published in March 2008, will have two main themes:

  • Public Affairs (eg lobbying, political PR, issues management)
  • PR for transport (bicycles, cars, planes, trains, space rockets etc)

Proposals to write articles on these themes are welcome now. We also welcome articles on perennial themes such as careers in PR and the value of a PR degree. As well as writers, I’m looking for photographers and editorial assistants.

You can contact me (the editor) via the comment box or by email r[dot]s[dot]bailey[at]leedsmet[dot]ac[dot]uk or through the email link on the right.

3 Responses to “Behind the Spin: call for contributions”

  1. Paddy 23/10/2007 at 9:29 am #

    In relation to “carers in PR” how about an article about my experiences working in an agency (Freuds) and my current experiences working free lance for a new Leeds based company. I could talk about the differences in input, relevance for experience and the rewards.
    As am I currently debating whether to go back to the agency style or free lancing when I finish uni, I think that writing this could also help me decide.

  2. Richard Bailey 23/10/2007 at 9:43 am #

    Thanks, Paddy. Keen to have you write for us – why don’t you call in on me so we can discuss the details?

  3. Paula Keaveney 23/10/2007 at 3:04 pm #

    We (students and tutors at Edgehill) are meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) to come up with some ideas for you -so expect some proposals soon
    Paula Keaveney
    Lecturer

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