Open call to journalists across the land! Prevention.com is looking for creative, surprising, informative, provocative feature pitches that would (most likely) run as online exclusives.
Here’s the scoop: We’re keen to hear any ideas you’ve got for pieces that’ll engage and excite our audience. These can be intensive investigative features, first-person essays that’ll resonate with readers, deep dives into research, controversies, cultural phenomena, lifestyles, or even highly creative, visual explorations of a timely topic (infographs etc). You get the idea.
Send fleshed-out pitches to Katie.Drummond@Rodale.com…and tell your talented friends to do the same. Thanks!
I had a piece in the (new) New Republic (by new, I mean their first issue post-redesign). It’s available online, but of course, buy yourself a print copy too.
Belatedly sharing this piece I did for the January, 2013 issue of Popular Science. This couple built, then lived in, a 574-cubic-foot wagon…for an entire summer. Oh, and a cat’s involved too. The planning and construction of this innovative little abode is fascinating. Check out the story to learn more about whittled-down living.