The mission of New You, a new lifestyle magazine for women that targets the often-underserved 35-and-up demographic, is “providing credible and accurate information on how to be relevant as you age,” says executive editor Ruchel Louis Coetzee.
The quarterly magazine is open to freelance pitches across all sections, but those freelancers who have written well-reported health pieces are especially of interest:
[Coetzee] notes that journalists who are familiar with medical terms and can provide writing samples of articles that focus on the medical subjects discussed in the publication (e.g. cancer, probiotics and stem cells) are encouraged to send pitches for the “Medical” department.
For more information on what New You editors want, read: How to Pitch: New You.
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