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San Francisco Mag Needs Writers With ‘Big-City’ Reporting Chops

San Francisco Not based in the Bay Area? Not a problem. San Francisco is open to freelance pitches on a wide array of topics, so long as they can still resonate with Bay Area readers.

“It’s big-city journalism on a number of levels. We have in-depth feature reporting on civic issues, social justice, politics and personalities in power positions. Then, we cover the service side: how to live the good life in a vibrant, exciting, constantly changing city. Then there’s our food, style and cultural coverage,” said editor-in-chief Jon Steinberg, an alum of New York magazine’s “Strategist” section.

For pitching etiquette and editors’ contact info, read How To Pitch: San Francisco.

Sherry Yuan

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Pitch Bay Area Culture to San Francisco

You don’t have to live in the Bay Area, but you do have to be familiar with its culture in order to pitch San Francisco magazine. And with new FOB sections ranging from politics to food to fashion, there is ample opportunity for any freelancer to write for this regional glossy, no matter where you’re from.

“It’s big-city journalism on a number of levels. We have in-depth feature reporting on civic issues, social justice, politics and personalities in power positions. Then, we cover the service side: how to live the good life in a vibrant, exciting, constantly changing city. Then there’s our food, style and cultural coverage,” said editor-in-chief Jon Steinberg.

For editors’ contact information, read How to Pitch: San Francisco. [Mediabistro AvantGuild subscription required]

Andrea Hackett