The Improper Bostonian is the go-to mag for Beantown’s influencers: the well-educated, affluent 20-40 set. With an emphasis on the city’s latest trends and happenings, the mag’s irreverent tone and playful approach — suggested in the publication’s title — to all things Boston set it apart from the competition.
Publicists are welcome to pitch everything from restaurants to fashion and style products, as long as they have a local application. Editors don’t want to hear about national trends or anything that can’t be found in Boston stores. It also doesn’t hurt to include some multimedia.
For editors’ contact info and more details, read How To Pitch: The Improper Bostonian. [subscription required]
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