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Submitting to Writing.ie
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If you are interested in submitting an article to writing.ie, our articles are 800-1000 words long (although if you have valuable points to make we can run over 1000 words). Writing.ie does not receive funding for the ongoing costs of maintaining the site the site, so unfortunately we are unable to pay authors for articles. All authors retain copyright.
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