InFluential Magazine, Spanish InFluential, and Teen InFlluential are published every other month and capture emerging trends on the verge of shaping our world as exemplified through avant-garde leaders who inspire us on personal and professional levels. Our benchmark is founded upon identifying key elements that positively define cultural influence and significance. In providing direct insight, resources and direction into what is now and especially what is next, InFluential Magazine, Spanish InFluential, and Teen InFluential establish themselves as the premiere and trusted source of trends sure to impact the way we live, dream, and distinguish our world.
Our readers are diverse and are at various stages of life. Our readers on average have obtained some level of education and are affluent. Whether we are talking about art, entertainment, fashion, financial health, living well, style, and technology, our readers are interested. They’re interested in extending their reach and finding new and exciting opportunities to do so.
We’re eager to work with professional writers of proven accomplishment who are familiar with recent editions of our magazines and have ideas for stories that are genuinely fresh and germane to our motto - "Dedicated to the Art of Living Well".
We’re looking for strong, well-researched, literate nonfiction storytelling about significant and positive emerging trends, education, all things inspiring to the art of living well. Writers should look for ways to cast new light on well-established issues. We look for informative stories of local, national, and international significance.
We’re always looking for pieces that weave events, discoveries, and intrinsic experiential insights into the narrative. We’re specifically directed in showcasing creative resolutions and uplifting solutions rather than adding to the list of issues at hand. We publish dramatic investigative stories that have the potential to reach a broad audience. Features often focus on aspects of our motto “Dedicated to the Art of Living Well”
We don’t publish or consider written articles political, judgmental, confrontational or highly technical. We don’t publish unsolicited cartoons, poetry or fiction. Please do not submit works in these genres.
Much of the material in our departments is written by staff editors and contributing writers. The following sections of the magazine; however, are open to freelancers.
InFluence provides a colorful, upbeat take on subjects impacting the art of living well. Both practical and whimsical, this section informs readers about the latest and best trends, products, and tips in food, fashion, and other areas of their everyday lives.
Writers are encouraged to submit queries on light, positive, inspiring topics that will help readers add more value to their lives. We welcome ideas that incorporate lists, factoids, photos, how-to’s, recipes, quotes, statistics, tips, and other quick-hit presentations.
InForm gives readers an expansive point of view on emerging topics that are culturally, socially, and professionally relevant to the modern affluent reader.
InNetwork focuses on individuals who are making a difference in their respective fields and areas of life. These are people, who are interesting, on the move, and because of their positive impact, our readers can add to their own depth of awareness.
InSociety recognizes interesting people from our communities who are out and about demonstrating a charitable spirit through giving and supporting various high-profile activities and events.
Thank you for your interest and we hope you can join us soon as a guest writer.
1. Well-researched, tightly focused queries of no more than two short paragraphs should be submitted to email@example.com.
2. In the “Subject” line include the following:
a. Guest Writer designation of “GW”
b. Name of the writer
c. Include the title of the query
d. Month/Year submitted
e. Example: GW/Sally Weaver/Austin Zen/04_20
3. Professional writers should submit query per above along with published samples.
4. Only queries received via email in Word.doc format with no image attachments shall be considered.
5. Within the Body of Email:
a. Note the publication months and theme pertaining to your query.
b. Note your article request – either Feature or Department.
i. Feature Articles: 600 to 800 words.
ii. Department Articles: 450 to 600 words.
6. Do not send slides, prints or artwork. If photos or illustrations are required for your query, they’ll be requested upon acceptance to publication.
7. Guest Writer requests receive a high volume of interest so please note you will be contacted if your query is accepted.
8. No phone calls accepted.
We cannot be held responsible for loss or damage to unsolicited material. Manuscripts and other materials will be returned only if the writer includes a self-addressed, stamped envelope. The writer guarantees any submitted piece is his or her own work and isn’t plagiarized.
InFluential Magazine, Spanish InFluential, and Teen InFluential reserve the right to publish.
Once an article is accepted, we’ll review the first draft, which should be accompanied by a list of sources and their phone numbers for fact-checking. InFluential Magazine, Spanish InFluential, and Teen InFluential reserve the right to ask for changes and a second draft and reserve the right to final edit all materials.