FishbowlNY caught up with executive editor Julia Cosgrove at Afar‘s launch party in New York City to find out more about freelance opportunities.
Last week, we brought you the news that travel magazine Afar bucked the trend and actually made it to the presses despite the economic downturn. Afar officially hit newsstands Tuesday, so we checked in with executive editor Julia Cosgrove for the inside scoop on getting published in the newly minted paper-and-ink pages. Cosgrove says they’re relying heavily on freelancers, so what are you waiting for?
For the down ‘n’ dirty pitching details, check out the full How To Pitch: Afar article.
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