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Do You Have a Story to Tell?

Posted in General News on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

DMUK is looking for disabled people to write articles for our monthly magazine, Disabled Motoring. Reading articles submitted by other disabled people and finding out about their experiences can be very inspirational, giving somebody the confidence to try something new and even help them to overcome the challenges posed by their own disability.

Perhaps you have recently been on a travelling adventure that you think other members would like to read about? Have you recently brought a car or WAV that you would like to write a review on? Maybe you know a disabled person who has done something extraordinary that you would like to interview them about. As you can see the range of topics that you can write a feature about for our magazine is virtually endless. So if you have any story that you think other DMUK members would like to hear, please contact me by emailing, calling the office on 01508 489449.

If your article is selected for publication we will agree a word count and deadline with you, we can also talk you through the writing process and edit your work for you. By no means do you have to be an experienced and accomplished journalist to write an article for the magazine. As long as you are willing to give it a go we will help you along the way. Features for the magazine are always planned several months in advance and we go to press approximately four weeks before you receive your magazine in the post. Being a charity we do not have a budget set aside for freelance writers, so all writing is done voluntarily.

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