Publicity Opportunity: EatingWell Magazine
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EatingWell MagazineEatingWell Magazine

Meredith Women’s Network

120 Graham Way #100

Shelburne VT 05482

802-985-4500

Fax: 802-985-4501

Email: letters@eatingwell.com

Questions for their editors and columnists email: askus@eatingwell.com

Web: http://www.eatingwell.com

EatingWell is a bimonthly food, nutrition, diet, and health magazine. Motto: Where good taste meets good health (3/16).


EatingWell Magazine Editors

Jessie Price, Editor-in-Chief. Email: editor@eatingwell.com or jessie@eatingwell.com. Looking for food and culture-based travel stories. Excerpted from Paul Greenberg’s Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food (3/12). Adapted a recipe from Lidia Bastianich’s Lydia Cooks from the Heart of Italy (3/12). Featured a story on egg CSAs by Kathy Gunst, author of Soup Swap (3/16). Featured a restaurant story by Darra Goldstein, author of Fire + Ice: Classic Nordic Cooking (3/16).

Jim Romanoff, Food Editor. Email: jim.romanoff@eatingwell.com. Most recipes are developed in-house or come from regular contributors.

Carolyn Malcoun, Senior Food Editor

Breana Lai, Associate Food Editor

Brierley Wright, Nutrition Editor. Email: brierley@eatingwell.com. Looks for food-related books that aren’t diet or cookbooks.

Julia Westbrook, Associate Nutrition Editor. Email: julia.westbrook@eatingwell.com. Looks for stories where food helps solve health conditions.

Jill Cerreta, Nutrition Consultant

Stacy Fraser, Test Kitchen Manager. She answers reader questions.

Carolyn Casner, Recipe Developer and Tester


EatingWell Online

Michelle Edelbaum, Digital Director. Featured Michelle Obama’s American Grown in their book club (3/12). Interviewed Elisabeth Hasselbeck, author of Deliciously G-Free (3/12).

Penelope Wall, Senior Digital Editor

Lisa D’Agrosa, Digital Nutrition & News Editor

Devon O’Brien, Digital Food Editor

Victoria Bruner, Meal Plan Editor

Eating Well Reader Round Table: http://www.eatingwell.com/ReaderRoundtable. Join the roundtable to remark on relevant food and health trends, sample new products and recipes, receive exclusive invites and gifts, and share your opinions with editors and fellow food enthusiasts.


EatingWell Social Networks

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eatingwell

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/eatingwell. Show them your healthy eats by using #EatingWellMagazine on Instagram and taging @EatingWell.

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/eatingwell.

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/eatingwell


Eating Well Pitching Tips

In there Writer’s Guidelines (http://www.eatingwell.com/writers_guidelines), EatingWell outlines some key pitching points that also apply to many other magazines. Check these out:

EatingWell prefers pitches via e-mail. Our staff is small, so it may take up to a month to get a response from an editor. If after a couple of weeks you don’t hear from us, we welcome a friendly follow-up e-mail. Describe your idea in two to three paragraphs. Be sure to explain “why now” and tell us where the story fits into the magazine.

If you haven’t worked with us before, it’s best to start off pitching front-of-book ideas, even if you’re an established writer. Consider it an audition for a longer piece.

Send us ideas for specific sections in the magazine.

Offer to write for one of their blogs: Food Blog | Healthy Cooking Blog | Diet Blog | Health Blog | Food News Blog.

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. — .


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