February 21, 2013
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Do you have lurid dreams about fantastically obscure valve amplifiers?

Do you fantasise about the day when ‘surround sound’ really means what it says, and envelopes you in an amniotic cocoon of 360-degree audio splendor?

Can you put words together in a way that articulates what you want to say?  More to the point, would it give you pleasure to write about hi-fi, AV or gadgetry?

Does this sort of thing race your motor? Tell us why.

Witchdoctor – New Zealand’s premiere portal for authoritative reviews and information about serious gear – is looking for contributors.

You need to know enough about the gear to know what you’re talking about.

You need to write well enough to say what you want to say about it.

You need to have a passion for the gear.

We’re also looking for music, television and film writers/reviewers.

If reviewing or writing for Witchdoctor is your idea of a good time, and you think you could give us what we need to keep the site’s astral projection on course, we want to hear from you.

Would you like an endless stream of gadgets to review?
Would you like an endless stream of gadgets to review?

Remuneration will be the kudos you get for writing for Witchdoctor, not to mention the entrée this gives to one of the most fascinating and technologically volatile industries.

If you’re keen, please email gary at witchdoctor dot co dot nz and tell him what you like, and what you can do. Show us you can write by including a 300 word review of your own gear.


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