Globe Media Asia welcomes story submissions from international, regional and local journalists who research and write stories that relate to Southeast Asia for our print magazine Southeast Asia Globe and its website, www.sea-globe.com.
The priorities are that the article is unpublished, original, accurate and interesting, and provides insight to a readership accustomed to quality content.
What we seek:
Southeast Asia Globe authors have considerable editorial freedom to cover stories from an independent and analytical point of view. For Southeast Asia Globe print and online, we look for content that is either originating in the region, or that is generally relevant to readers in the region and that covers current affairs, business and politics; the arts; technology and innovations; environmental issues and natural sciences; travel; and health and lifestyle. These could be in the form of feature articles, interviews, portraits, analytical pieces or photojournalism and vary in length from 800 – 1800 words.
For the website, we also seek short (300- to 800-word) informative pieces.
We do not accept pitches that aim to promote specific products or businesses.
How to pitch:
If you are interested in writing for Southeast Asia Globe, please send ideas, outlines or completed features via email to our editors. We will commission writers we have not used before, but only those whose published clips demonstrate a high proficiency in magazine writing. If you have not worked with us before, please include examples of published work.
Write what you are passionate about. Pitches should be thought out and focused, and tell a story. Like a completed story, the pitch should have a headline, standfirst and strong lead. A well-crafted pitch will usually run a paragraph or two in length and explain how the writer envisions the completed story and why it would work for Southeast Asia Globe.
Submissions may be sent to: editor(at)globemediaasia(dot)com
Southeast Asia Globe and its sister publications reserve exclusive rights for a piece of work for periods of either 1 month (for worldwide and/or Asia-centric publications) or 3 months (for Cambodia-based publications) 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 in print in any of the publications by Globe Media Asia for which they were assigned and may be reproduced on the Southeast Asia Globe website, with a link posted on both Facebook pages and Twitter accounts in order to promote the article further.
Please request our current freelancer contract if you require further clarification.