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Georgia Magazine: Market Spotlight

For this week's market spotlight, we look at Georgia Magazine, the largest circulation monthly magazine in Georgia.

Georgia Magazine is the largest circulation monthly magazine in Georgia with more than half a million subscribers. Established in 1945, it is published by Georgia Electric Membership Corporation, the trade association for Georgia's 41 consumer-owned electric utilities.

Georgia Magazine

What They're Looking For

Writers can peruse sample issues online and will find that the magazine is comprised of feature articles and various departments, including Georgia News, Curious Georgia, Around Georgia, Georgia Gardens, Georgia Cooks, and Hometown Heroes.

(Texas Monthly: Market Spotlight.)

The editors say, "Story ideas or ledes should be submitted in writing."

For My Georgia stories, writers can submit stories of no longer than 500 words and a photo of the author that focus on meaningful Georgia experiences. Writers published for this section are paid $100.

How to Submit

For features, writers should email pitches to magazine@georgiaemc.com. Writers should submit My Georgia stories to mygeorgia@georgiaemc.com.

Click here to learn more and submit.

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Freelance Writing with Kelly Boyer Sagert

In this workshop, you will work with a published article writer to develop, research and write two articles suitable for publication in magazines you've identified as appropriate markets. You will get feedback from your instructor on your first and second draft of both your articles.

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