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Issue Three of FITBA: Submissions wanted

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After a brief break between issues, Scotzine are now looking for submissions for Issue Three of their football magazine FITBA. The ONLY magazine on the market that is dedicated solely to Scottish Football.

We aim  to cover all aspects of  the game in Scotland from international level to SPFL, Highland Football League, Lowland League, Juniors and the Women’s game. Therefore we welcome submissions on any league within the Scottish game, issues affecting the Scottish game  and  even those Scots abroad. From interviews, opinion pieces, player focuses, historical  pieces and other features – FITBA wants you!

If you are interested in contributing, email editor@scotzine.com and in around 200 words or thereabouts tell us about your proposed submission. We are changing our format somewhat and articles  MUST be around 1000 words or more – in short we are looking for more essay style works than blog pieces.

On top of that we are looking for illustrators, cartoonists and photographers to submit their own work to  the magazine or  willing to take on commissions.

Unfortunately we cannot pay for submitted work, but everyone who has submitted work will receive a digital copy of the magazine and credited with the work. We can also promote their own websites etc.

If you missed our previous two issues you can view them now – Issue One | Issue Two

On top of that we created a number of supplements covering specific topics  or subjects from Celtic in the Champions League to the Auld Enemy clash last August to Scottish women’s football side Glasgow City in Europe.

So get in touch now to help produce a magazine that can do Scottish football justice.

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Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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