Here are some ideas for September features. Some of them may be in your diary already. Some of them may be added to your diary after reading this. Some features may be written by in-house journalists. But maybe, just maybe, I can write something for you.
Let me know what you want, word count, deadline and fee and I will get to work. (A summary of my published work appears below.)
Here's the September list and, if I can help, I look forward to hearing from you. firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Freddie Mercury would have been 70
6 Princess Diana's funeral in 1997 (I have a retail story about trivia on that day).
8 First Star Trek TV episode shown on US TV
9 Otis Redding would have been 85
12 Johnny Cash died in 2003
13 Roald Dahl born 100 years ago
14 Princess Grace of Monaco died in 1982
15 The Sun newspaper published for first time in 1964
16 Marc Bolan died in 1977
18 Jimi Hendrix died in 1970
20 Cannes Film Festival founded 70 years ago
21 H G Wells born 150 years ago
27 Hippy musical 'Hair' opened in London in 1968
30 Pinewood Studios officially opened 85 years ago
30 James Dean died in 1955
Born and raised in Belfast, now living in Nottinghamshire.
Books: Shops, Shoppers, Shopping & Shafted; Before Amnesia: Seeds Of A Memoir; Shaking Hands; Retail Confidential; Much Calamity & The Redundance Kid; Stephen Boyd: From Belfast To Hollywood; Hamish Sheaney: The Nearly-Man Of Irish Literature; Juggling Jelly; Geek!; A Belfast Kid; Jack Elam, I Gave You The Best Years Of My Life; The Chuckle Files; The Poems Of Hamish Sheaney: Remastered & Expanded; Only Yules & Verses; Only Drools & Corsets; Fun With Words, Fun With Rhyme; Fun With Words, Fun With Noise
Published features, reviews and poetry include - The Galway Review, Scarlet Leaf Review, Derwent Poetry Festival 2015, 2015 Templar Poetry Anthology “Mill”, Octavius Magazine, Ireland’s Big Issue, Ink, Sweat & Tears, Belfast Telegraph, 2013 Belfast Book Festival, Irish News, BBC TV NI “Stephen Boyd: The Man Who Never Was”, BBC Radio Sheffield “Rony Robinson”, BBC Radio Ulster “Saturday Magazine”, BBC Radio 4 “You & Yours”, The Guardian, Tribune, NZ Management, The Grocer, Retail Week, Edge, Open Eye, Yorkshire Post, The Catholic Herald, Cambridge Evening News, The London Paper, Southern Cross, NZ Freelance, Writer’s News, Belfast News Letter, Irelands Own, Fortnight, The Dalhousie Review; Blithe Spirit; The Cannon’s Mouth, Poetry Monthly, Poetic Comment, Bard, Current Accounts, Candelabrum, Decanto, Inclement, Haiku Scotland, Time Haiku, etc.