Seeking More Houston-Based Food Freelancers

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The Houston Press is looking for a few more freelance food writers to help our readers sort through what the Houston area had to offer in food and restaurants.

Applicants need to not only know about food, but are willing to interview other people about it.

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The Houston Press Is Expanding Its Food Coverage, Has Opening for a Freelance Restaurant Reviewer

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The Houston food scene is gloriously rich, wild and big. And getting bigger.

As a result, we at the Houston Press have decided to split up some of the responsibilities of our food coverage. Restaurant critic Kaitlin Steinberg will remain fulltime but move to a new role with additional daily online food writing and planning duties.

And, we are searching for a freelance restaurant critic who will be responsible for writing one longer restaurant review a week to appear in print and online for us.

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Incoming: Kaitlin Steinberg, A New Food Critic For the Houston Press

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Our distinguished new food critic

Starting on July 8, Kaitlin Steinberg will become the new fulltime food critic at the Houston Press.

Steinberg, who lives in Corpus Christi and graduated from Trinity University before going on to master's work at the University of Missouri in Colombia Columbia, has most recently been a food writer for our sister paper the Riverfront Times in St. Louis, Mo.

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Announcing the New Houston Press Web Editor

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Cory Garcia
Cory Garcia, who has been writing about music at the Houston Press for the last year, while working fulltime at the Victoria Television Group as its interactive content coordinator, will be the new Press web editor.

Garcia will replace Web Editor Brittanie Shey, who has decided to return to freelance writing and whose last day at the Press will be March 1.

"We're really going to miss Brittanie, who is a strong writer as well as someone who's very knowledgeable about online and social media. During the time she's been with us, she has really helped grow not only all four of our blogs, but our Facebook and Twitter presence," said Houston Press Editor Margaret Downing.

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