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A Relaunched Good Seeks Multimedia Pieces With an Emphasis on the ‘Global Citizen’

It is rare to see a magazine return to print after stopping the presses, but Good has done just that, returning to magazine shelves in the last quarter of 2013.

Rather than focusing on chasing news stories, editorial director Joshua Neuman says that the magazine has a stronger interest in the idea of the “global citizen.” Since its relaunch, the magazine has become more open to pitches from freelancers for both its online and print components. In fact, the magazine is now comprised of 80 percent freelance content and Neuman says he accepts “as much as possible.”

Each issue is focused on a theme, such as urban sustainability or waste, so it would be in writers’ best interest to pitch accordingly and provide supplementary content. Neuman says:

We are invested in telling stories across various multimedia platforms and exploring new ways of telling these stories. The multimedia content should be intrinsic to the story being pitched. Ultimately, a strong story or irresistible idea has the best chance of being accepted — no matter what medium or media.

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Heeb Hobbled By Publisher Problems?

1456.jpgOn March 31, Rebecca Wiener, editorial director at Heeb, the quarterly magazine aimed at fashionable young Jews, emailed friends and colleagues last week to inform them she was leaving Heeb to “pursue other opportunities.” While she didn’t specify her reasons for leaving, several insiders surmise that she’s the latest in a string of staffers who’ve left due to personality conflicts with Heeb publisher Joshua Neuman.

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