Here at Mountain Life we know that we are nothing without our contributors. We can’t be everywhere all the time, so without writers and photographers sending their ideas and images to us, we can’t put out a magazine. We’re always looking for fresh material for the website too.
Think you have a story idea that fits Mountain Life? Then send it our way. But before you do, please take a good look at our magazines and decide if it really fits. Look at our Departments and think about where your idea would fit. Is it an Upfront? A Backyard piece? A Food story? These are important things to think about if you really want your story to appear in the magazine.
Send us a detailed pitch about your idea, why you should be the one to write it, how it will fit in our magazine and why our readers will be interested. Also please send samples of your work if applicable.Make sure to let us know if your article has previously been published somewhere else. We will still consider it, so long as we know beforehand where and when it was out before.
And yes, you will get paid for your work we print.
Please send pitches to:
MLCM_ Editor Feet Banks [email protected]
MLBM_Editor Ned Morgan [email protected]
Vie en Montagne_Editor Frederique Sauvee [email protected]
MLRM_Publisher Kristy Davison [email protected]
We’re magazine junkies here at Mountain Life and realize how powerful and important good imagery is to the magazine. And as photographers ourselves, we know how much work goes into every single image we print.
We’re always searching for new photographers with unique images, so send us your stuff. But remember to take a look at our magazine first and think about whether or not your images fit.
Please send us samples of your work as follows:
- Email low-res jpgs in a folder with YOUR NAME.
- Send a folder of images with YOUR NAME, via We Transfer
- Dropbox link with a folder under YOUR NAME.
Please send submissions to:
MLRM Publisher Kristy Davison [email protected]
VEM Photo editor Alain Denis [email protected]nlifemedia.ca
When we decide to print (and buy) your images we will ask for high-res versions. See links below to download our Photographer’s Guidelines.