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Eater Dallas Is Seeking New Contributors

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Courtney E. Smith is the editor of Eater Dallas. She's a journalist of 20 years who was born and raised in Texas, with bylines in Pitchfork, Wired, Esquire, Yahoo!, Salon, Refinery29, and more. When she's not writing about food, she co-hosts the podcast Songs My Ex Ruined.

Are you obsessed with cocktails, coffee that isn't Starbucks, ramen, tacos, or just about anything else in Dallas’ food and restaurant scene? If you also happen to have a skill for writing, there might just be a spot for you at Eater Dallas.

We're currently seeking smart, enthusiastic writers and photographers to contribute features, news stories, and dining guides to Eater Dallas on a freelance basis. Please take some time to read through Eater Dallas’s stories over the past few months for an idea of the types of stories we cover. We are currently especially interested in profiles of local chefs and celebrities, addressing their favorite places to eat in town, features that highlight off-the-beaten path restaurants, and surprising stories about interesting things that local establishments and people are up to. Note: Eater Dallas does not run restaurant reviews.

Shoot us a brief email at with the subject line "Eater Dallas Contributor." Include a few links to previous writing and any other relevant professional experience, along with your pitch. If you have a personal blog, Twitter, and/or Instagram, links to those would be helpful as well. No resumes, please.