Cosmopolitan for Latinas, an off-shoot of Cosmopolitan magazine, bills itself as ‘the spirit of Cosmo with a Latina sensibility and the Latina voice.’ This quarterly pub has plenty of room for publicist pitches. The sections that are open to hearing from PR pros include: “En Vivo”, which is all about entertainment; “Divertida”, which focuses on anything lifestyle related and “Beauty.” Some additional pitching etiquette:
The best way for PR pros to pitch is through email with links (if no links are available, sending samples is a good idea), and editors will follow up with an email or phone call if they think something is a good fit. If you don’t hear back in two weeks, it’s OK to follow up with a phone call. The mag is published quarterly, and if you want to give your pitch the best chance, managing editor Jessica Rodriguez advised pitching right after an issue closing — not during.
For editors’ contact info and more, read: How To Pitch: Cosmopolitan for Latinas.
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