Write For Us

We are often on the lookout for contributors – especially at the moment! 

The best writers, journalists and bloggers want to work with us because our site is synonymous with quality writing on travel and culture on this entrancing part of Europe. And we are delighted to work with them because we know that is the sure way for our site to continue to be so.

The greatest thing about creating Englishman in Slovakia has been discovering just how many people do have something of interest and importance to say about Slovakia: we’ve already been honoured with articles from the likes of the author of riveting new Czech-Slovak thriller Escape to Perdition, from several leading travel writers including the writer of 2015’s best-selling travel book on Amazon, and indeed with writing from all sorts of Slovak-ophiles ranging from the nation’s most renowned birdwatchers to its best photographers– not to mention running interviews with some of Slovakia’s leading  adventure tourism outfits and writers. And we don’t want to stop there.

If you are interested in publishing your own piece of writing about Slovakia here with us, words or pictures, please get in touch.

The essential requirement is that it is a well-written travel/culture feature on Slovakia – in English. It must not be defamatory, racist, sexist or ageist and must also be written to a high standard. Preference will be given to anything unusual, quirky or little-known about.  

Right now we’re specifically looking for posts on the east of Slovakia, the south of Slovakia and the Slovak music scene. We do not have a policy of payment for pieces just yet – although for quality writing on aspects of Slovakia (or its culture) not yet featured on the site, we are open to discussion on this subject. Bottom line: if you’ve got something to say about Slovakia (in English) we want to hear from you. So Contact Us !!!

ALREADY WRITING FOR US RIGHT NOW!

Just recently we have featured an article by renowned adventure travel writer Clive Tully on bear watching in the Low Tatras; next up we have architectural historian Jon Wright telling us about Slovakia’s outstanding contribution to brutalist architecture.