– CYNTHIA DAGENAIS
I’m not a Barbie doll. I won’t lose 10 pounds in a week with 10 new moves, and I won’t start a diet in March only to switch it up for a new fad in April. If you’ve got a story for women like me, who refuse to let a magazine dictate their esteem, then Self is open to your pitches.
“Pitch us investigative stories or great new studies based on cutting-edge research,” says the article’s director. “Ask yourself ‘Why does this fit into Self?’ If it’s new, based on a study or new trend, it appeals to women in their early 30s and helps to make their life better, then send it in.”
See? All Barbie has to offer is an impossible waistline. Get the full 411 in How To Pitch: Self.
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