Screenwriting Guest Post Opportunity

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Are you nutty about all things screenwriting and want to write a screenwriting guest post for us?

Do you have a strong writing voice and want it heard all over the place? 

We’re looking for writers to write a guest post (or two, or however many you like) for the site.

If you’re interested in submitting a screenwriting guest post for ScriptReaderPro, please read on and we’ll let you know what we are looking for and how the process works.

Benefits For You

Exposure. Write for us and get your writing and ideas over the web via the site and Twitter, Facebook, Google+ etc. 

That fantastic little bio at the end of the post with a link back to your website. 

Networking, networking, networking. 

Enhance your writing skills by gaining feedback from us on every post you write. 

Enhance your resume with experience writing for a top screenwriting site. 

Possibly land a paid gig with us in the future. 

Benefits For Us

Extra kick-ass material that we can post on the site to help our readers even more. 

The Content

We are very picky about the content we put out, but if your writing’s good enough we will post it. 

We don’t care if you’re a top Hollywood executive or in your first year of a screenwriting MFA, we will give anyone who can write a chance. 

All we ask is that your screenwriting guest post gives value back to the reader and so we’ll only accept original, interesting content. 

Not the kind of content that people have read a million times before: i.e. “How To Get Over Writer’s Block By Just Writing.” 

Lists seem to be popular online nowadays: “5 Things You Must Include At Your Midpoint” etc. While these kind of posts can feel a bit gimmicky, they are great at attracting attention and getting clicks. 

Alternatively you may wish to just write a straightforward long form post: “How I Went From Peanut Salesman To Hollywood Screenwriter In 3 Months.” This is all good too. 

Whatever style you choose to pitch, just send us the headline and a brief summary of what the post will be about. 

If your pitch is accepted, your article it should be at least 400 words. There is no upper limit.

We may slightly edit the content if required, but we try not to.

There are no deadlines. It all depends how quickly you want to see your work on the site.


We ask that all screenwriting guest posts be exclusively written fresh for ScriptReaderPro. Brand new, out the can, and not already published somewhere online. 

We will promote the hell out of it on Facebook, Twitter etc. and do all we can to get your name out there and so don’t want to incur any nasty Google penalties for duplicate content. 

It would literally bankrupt us to pay every writer $40 or so per post and we’re not paid to run this site so unfortunately we can’t offer any money.

Submissions Process

Familiarize yourself with our style by checking out a few previous posts. You can do that here by checking out our script writing blog

Come up with a title and pitch for an article. A brief summary of what you want to write about. Don’t send in the whole article just yet. We don’t want you wasting valuable time if we don’t accept it. 

Email the title and pitch to us here.

We’ll get back to you within 24 hours on what we think of it and let you know whether we want you to send in the finished article.

If we like it, we will then send you details of how to send in the finished article i.e info on bio, formatting and embedded links etc. Don’t worry, it’s all really straightforward. 

You will see your screenwriting guest post up on the site within one week of sending. 

We look forward to hearing from you!