Looking to contribute to one of Globetrotter’s platforms? We’re all ears.
At the heart of Globetrotter is a commitment to showcase subculture talent across mediums. Whether you’re a seasoned blogger looking for a new platform to share your voice and views, or an up-and-comer trying to build experience and credits as a culture writer, we’d love to hear from you. We are interested in Q&A interviews, features, short news pieces, poetry, literature, op-eds and more.
We carefully select pitches that align with what we’re trying to do here at Globetrotter, so make sure to dig through the website to get a sense of our style and what we’re looking for. We’re interested in working and collaborating with established and non-established writers, stylists, photographers and creatives from anywhere in the world - with a focus on Africa and Asia and their diasporas.
We're looking for people:
With a keen eye and passion for design, fashion and style
With deep interest in one or more of the following: music, arts, fashion, design, literature, film
With excellent writing and reporting skills, and a clear voice
Who are communicative and reliable
To contribute to our content channels:
Our Social Media Channels (Instagram/Facebook/Twitter)
Our biannual print magazine
While we’re building our brand and platform:
We’re not yet offering regular compensation for contributions. But you will receive enthusiastic credit for every article you write, anchored by your own author page at globetrottermag.com - as a certified Globetrotter Mag contributor. If selected, your piece will also be featured online and/or in our biannual print magazine.
Get in touch with our Editor-in-Chief, Uma Ramiah, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a resume and/or website, writing samples, and a short pitch for a story idea or two.