Almost all sections of the award-winning Inside Jersey are open to freelance pitches. The pub was created in 2008 as a general interest mag to provide substantive news, entertainment and lifestyle content specifically for Jersey readers, but it also makes sure to stand out among mags with similar missions.
“Along with producing high-end style, food and consumer features, we publish bold covers and stories that are not the usual Jersey-magazine fare,” said editor-in-chief Rosemary Parrillo. She pointed to 2012′s profile of Boardwalk Empire actor Michael K. Williams, which revealed his once unsavory connection to Newark where he’d score drugs and drop out in flop houses.
For pitching etiquette and editors’ contact info, read How To Pitch: Inside Jersey.
– Sherry Yuan
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