Though it is a long-standing leader in the teen category, the renowned Seventeen provides fashion, beauty and feature articles that are anything but old-fashioned. And what do its editors most need freelancers for? Surprisingly, it’s not the front of the book.
“I think that freelancers are best to do the big, juicy, heavy-lifting, exciting, extravaganza stories,” said editor-in-chief Ann Shoket.
Although the mag doesn’t use a lot of outside contributors, the mag is open as long as you can nail the Seventeen voice, which Shoket describes as “crazy, insanely fun, delicious, weird, and unique.”
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