Sixty percent of content Women’s Adventure is freelance-written and landing a byline isn’t just a one-time gig. “Being a small staff, we aim to build long-lasting relationships with freelancers so that the job of writing and editing is easier for all of us,” said assistant editor Jennifer Olson.
The pub, which underwent a redesign last year, targets active women of all ages who pursue a lifestyle of adventure. Whether it’s mountain climbing or base-jumping or health issues, tailoring your pitch towards the mag’s active audience will surely catch the editors’ eyes.
“Our goal is to authentically appeal to women who find solace and energy in the outdoors,” explained Olson.
Read more in How To Pitch: Women’s Adventure. [subscription required]
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