Freelance Writer: Untitled Anatomy Show
Would you want to help build a channel that explores what makes you, you? From your anatomical quirks to your evolutionary roots, we’re embracing the diversity and variation that exists within the ephemeral human form. You'll be writing for anyone who has a body. This might be the folks who dig anatomy already or the ones who didn’t know they were into the stories contained within their skin (and you’re here to convince them).

Complexly is seeking experienced freelance science writers to contribute to a new YouTube series that explores the cosmos that is the human body. At Complexly, we create content that invites people from all walks of life to learn and explore all manner of subjects. We talk to people with intelligence, clarity, hopefully a little wit, and an abiding sense of wonder about the world.

As one of our freelance writers, your responsibilities will include writing well-researched pitches, outlines, and scripts, generating content that is 100% accurate and original, and being thoughtful and kind. Your script ideas need to be broadly appealing, accessible, and convey meaningful information. Our editorial team will work with you on that, and you'll be expected to incorporate their suggestions and critiques.

Applicants should have demonstrated experience writing about human anatomy and/or physiology for a popular, non-academic audience.

If your experience hits these marks, then prove it!

Fill out and submit this application by Friday, January 31, 2020, 11:59 PM Mountain Time.

To learn more about the work we do at Complexly, check out our website: https://complexly.com/
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