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If you’d like to pitch a story to Gaya Travel Magazine, please first review the writers’ guidelines below, then send us a query. Gaya Travel Magazine is published bi-monthly and has a rate base of 100,000—including subscribers & newsstand buyers. Our readers are sophisticated, active travellers who look to us for planning both pleasure and business trips.
How to Proceed:
Look at several issues of the magazine and become familiar with the types of articles published in the various sections.
Please note that a place is not an idea and that editors are looking for a compelling reason to assign an article: a specific angle, news that makes the subject fresh, a writer’s enthusiasm for and familiarity with the topic.
Service information is important to every destination article: when to go, how to get there, where to stay, where to eat, what to see and do. The reader must be able to follow in the author’s footsteps, and the articles are scheduled with that in mind.
Please do not telephone us about story proposals. Instead, send a query letter that briefly outlines the ideas (no more than three at once) being proposed.
It is rare that we will assign a feature article to a writer with whom we have not worked. The best sections to start with are those in the front of the magazine.