Guest Bloggers Wanted!

The Iron Tavern is looking for guest blogger submissions! I have been considering adding another author at The Iron Tavern for a couple of months now. I think putting out an open call for guest bloggers is a good way to test the waters.

Why would I want to guest blog?

Maybe you have some ideas that you would like to write about but you do not have the platform to do so. Maybe you want to get a feel for blogging without the commitment of setting up a blog and establishing your own traffic in those early days . Or maybe you have things to say, but aren’t sure you have enough to say to continue blogging on a regular basis. Or maybe you write for an established blog and want to get your writing in front of a different readership.

What can I blog about?

Frequent readers already know The Iron Tavern is primarily a blog for the fantasy RPG genre. The major games I talk about here are Pathfinder, Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG, The One Ring, and D&D. I tend more towards Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG and Pathfinder posts or commentary on RPGs in general. I would really like to see some more articles on how the D&D Next playtest is going for you or maybe something on some of the other “retro” fantasy RPG systems that are out there. Or maybe you have some great advice that is relevant to RPGs in general. Those articles are always welcome as well.

If your ideas are fantasy RPG related, pitch them to me. We can go from there.

How do I submit?

My email address is in the About section of this site. Please send a short pitch about what you would like to write about. More than one idea? Go ahead and pitch each of them. If things seem like a good match I just might have a regular blogging spot open for you.

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