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Contributors Wanted: Come help cover RSL, our NWSL team and much more

BERLIN, GERMANY - JULY 22:  A vintage Monarch typewriter sits for sale on July 22, 2014 at the Arndt Hans Joachim Bueromaschinen office supply store in Berlin, Germany. Patrick Sensburg, the head of the German inquiry into the United States National Security Agency (NSA) spying scandal in which the U.S. agency is accused of having eavesdropped on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone, told reporters that the investigation committee is considering using old-fashioned, non-electronic typewriters when producing sensitive documents in order to avoid leaks in the ongoing affair. The Russian government reportedly used such machines to protect information when news of the spying originally broke, and a spokesman for typewriter manufacturer Olympia said that the company expects to sell more typewriters this year than at any time in the past two decades, expecting its sales to double in 2014 over those of the previous year. The German defense contractor Diehl claims to already use the mechanical machines for sensitive matters.  (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
Join us and you can type one of these typewriters. It’s not even QWERTY!
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Are you interested in writing for RSL Soapbox?

Do you want to cover our NWSL team? What about Real Monarchs? Or maybe just the first team?

We’d love to have you on board. Over the last year, we’ve grown our contributor base significantly, but we’re not done growing. With the announcement today that Dell Loy Hansen and the RSL organization will be fielding a top-tier women’s team, we want to make sure that we can grow our coverage in every area.

Additionally, we want to diversify our base of opinions. A lot of us who write for the site agree on a lot of things about Real Salt Lake. There are plenty of exceptions, but we want to broaden the set of opinions you get to read about.

If you’re interested, just fill out the form below (there’s a link if the embedded form isn’t working for you) and we’ll be in touch shortly.

Over the next year, we’d like to focus on providing our NWSL team the same level of coverage we produce for Real Salt Lake. It’s an exciting opportunity we have that in one of the smallest viable top-tier markets, we are going to field two first-division teams.