Guardian looking for new voices

Do you want to add your voice to the Guardian's culture coverage?

We're looking for new voices – bloggers, vloggers, writers, artists, musicians – from around the world to talk about culture. We want to give a platform to talented culture bloggers and voices from around the world, to write about culture in the Guardian.

We’re particularly interested in voices from parts of the world not already reached by our daily coverage – India, China, Mexico, Nigeria, Brazil, Turkey – wherever it might be. You could be a blogger, vlogger, writer, artist, musician, cartoonist – or just someone who likes to talk about cultural issues.

Do you have a lot to say about art from eastern Europe or cinema from Iran? Are you a die-hard K-pop fan and have an issue you want to chat about? Do you blog about Arabic hip-hop or Kenyan literature? We want to hear from you.

If you'd like to join us, just fill in the form below. (We won't be able to get back to everyone, but will try to be in touch with as many of you as possible. We'll be looking at your submissions from Wednesday, July 30.)

In the comment thread below (not the form), we'd also like to hear from Guardian readers about great culture voices – please let us know about your favourite blogs, artists, musicians and more from around the world.

Find more and apply on the Guardian website

30 июля 2014