Join the Team


Regular Section Writer

The Norwich Radical is an online progressive publication founded in Norwich. We are a collective of writers, activists, students and workers who work on a voluntary basis to produce a publication which amplifies progressive and radical ideas. We publish a range of content across five distinct sections from our team of regular writers and through externally sourced pieces. Since our foundation in 2014 we have published more than 1800 articles from writers in India, Aotearoa New Zealand, Canada, the US, UK, Italy, Brazil, Germany, Romania, and elsewhere.

We are currently recruiting new regular contributors in four of our sections: Inter|National, Community, Student, and Perspectives.

We are looking for writing that can show important stories in a radical new light, or bring issues marginalised by mainstream media to the fore, with a specific focus on the themes and topics that the applicants’ chosen section specialises in.

Applicants will commit to writing an article of 600-1000 words in their section on a monthly or fortnightly basis.

In line with this role description, we are looking for applicants with the following skills, experiences and attributes:


  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong and fluid written communication
  • Self motivated
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work on own initiative
  • Understanding of key national and international issues related to the section
  • Willingness to stay informed on current affairs 
  • Commitment to the values of The Norwich Radical, as laid out in our Founding Statement


  • Previous writing experience
  • Experience campaigning on a local, national or international political issue (Inter|National, Community)
  • Experience campaigning with student political and activist groups (Student, Community)
  • Experience campaigning on issues related to liberation politics and minority representation (Perspectives)
  • Contacts with any of the above fields
  • Research/interview and networking skills

How to Apply

To apply for the role of Section Writer at The Norwich Radical, please send a statement of no more than 400 words, along with a sample of your written work to Your statement should specify which section(s) you wish to apply for, and lay out what kind of contributions you could bring to The Norwich Radical as a regular contributor as well as any previous experience you feel is relevant. Please note The Norwich Radical is not-for-profit and all writers and editors work on a voluntary basis.

We also request that candidates fill in and send this equal opportunities monitoring form, but this is not compulsory. The equal opportunities form will be separated and anonymised on receipt of your application.

We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds. Applicants do not have to be based in Norwich, or in the UK. The Norwich Radical operates as a workers’ co-operative and we encourage new contributors to become members of the co-operative, but this is not mandatory.

Please return your statement, written work sample and equal opportunities monitoring form by midnight on 15th October 2021. If you have any queries, send us an email to the above address.

We are open year-round for pieces that can show important stories in a radical new light, or bring issues marginalised by mainstream media to the fore.

Articles should be 600-1000 words in length. Feel free to pitch ideas to our editors before writing a full draft.


2 thoughts on “Join the Team

  1. I would like to write for The Radical. I am an Hon PROFESSOR AT UEA and worked there for 35 years in Biology I followed this up as MP for Norwich North from 1997 until 2009. I wrote for local newspapers for 4 years.I contribute through Newtons Apple to universities in the Usa ,the Uk and Canada.I still keep up with local national and international political issues .Iam up to speed with health and scientific issues .I give talks on how policy is or isn’t a product of evidence I visit government depts. and help graduates get the advice to apply for the civil service I am political adviser to a wind turbine company in England and Scotland and have just finished a book on ME illness with help from Profs Shakespeare,Wileman and Carding from UEA Med school and Institute of Food Research


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