Opportunities for freelancers are plenty at New Jersey Monthly, where over 75 percent of the content is freelance written. Not only that, but you can snag $1 a word at the pub that provides “lifestyle information” to NJ residents. Of course, you don’t have to be from, or live in the state to land a byline. Just make sure your pitch is relevant to Garden State denizens.
New Jersey Monthly especially targets “mid- to upper-class residents throughout the state,” says editor-in-chief Ken Schlager. Thanks to this broad editorial focus, hardly any topics are off-limits.
Get more details on what Schlager is looking for in How To Pitch: New Jersey Monthly. [subscription required]
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