We are constantly on the lookout for story submissions from international, regional and local journalists, researchers and academics. We encourage articles that are relevant to a topic that supports our editorial line, relates to a current media topic while offering a fresh angle on it, or stories that are original and provide inspiring insight to a readership accustomed to quality content.
Besides welcoming premium journalistic content for the below coverage areas, we are looking for experienced and professional freelance writers who can work on commissioned articles.
We do not accept pitches that aim to promote specific products or businesses, but welcome work by industry experts who can share valuable insight with our audiences.
Contributors have considerable editorial freedom to cover stories from an independent and analytical point of view. We look for inspiring, thought provoking stories that either originate in the region, or that are generally relevant to readers in the region on the following main categories and subjects:
- Power (China, Globalisation, Governance, Ideology, Justice, Politics)
- Money (Capital, Ideas, Markets, Start ups, Tech, Work)
- Life (Arts & Culture, Community, Crime, Education, Experience, Family, Health, Identity, Media, Migration, Religion, Rights)
- Earth (Climate, Energy, Nature, Resources, Urbanisation, Waste, Policy)
Our content range covers feature articles, interviews, portraits, analytical or opinion pieces and varies in length generally from 1300 – to 2,500 words.
We love photography and will consider to run photo essays with 3 – 12 photographs either as stand-alone pieces, or as a photo feature within an article.
How to pitch:
Please send your ideas, outlines or completed features via email to our editor. We are glad to work with writers we have not worked with before if their published clips demonstrate a high proficiency in magazine writing. If you are unsure, please contact us for our pitch guidelines.
If you require a fee or payment please make sure that prior to finalizing an article or other content for us, you have agreed a fee with our editorial team and received our publication guidelines.
Southeast Asia Globe reserves exclusive rights for a submitted piece of work for a period of 3 months following publication. Writers and photographers cannot sell the work elsewhere until the end of that period – unless agreed otherwise.
The text and the photographs supplied may be published on the Southeast Asia Globe website, while all content produced for or published on sea-globe.com may be used to promote the article on our social media channels.
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