Q: How do I submit a story idea?
Send it to our editors using the feedback form. We get lots and lots of email. Our advice: Be brief and specific. If we have questions or would like more information, we’ll get back to you.
Q: How do I buy a back issue?
Email Teresa Foss at email@example.com with as much specific information you have about what you’re looking for (e.g., August 2007; The Best Lawyers issue from 2009…).
Q: Do you accept freelance submissions?
If you feel strongly about a piece of writing, feel free to submit it via our feedback form, along with why you think it’s a fit for SLM. Because of the volume of email and pitches we get, we can’t respond to every message.
Q: How do I submit an event to the SLM print calendar?
Please send a press release, or at the very least, details of your event (including date, time span, price if applicable, address, contact number, website and a short description) to assistant editor Rosalind Early, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that events must be submitted at least two months prior to publication.
Q: How do I submit an event to the SLM event calendar online at stlmag.com?
We accept self-submissions for our online event calendar. Please click here to submit your event to our online calendar.
Q: I’m planning a fundraiser that’s perfect for your Glitterati section. Who do I tell?
Email the details to assistant editor Rosalind Early, email@example.com, who edits that section.
Q: Can I get a PDF of a particular story or one of my profiles? How much do you charge for reprints?
Contact advertising coordinator Whitney Fogel, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the specific story you’re looking for and we will be happy to help you. Please include the issue, if you know it. You can read more about pricing for reprints and PDF requests here.
Q: When do new issues come out?
Generally speaking, issues hit subscribers' mailboxes around the 24th or 25th of the month, and they are on all newsstands by the last day of the month. For example, the August issue might arrive July 26 for subscribers, and it would be on newsstands by July 30.
Q: Does your magazine have a ‘gift guide’?
Occasionally, a late fall/early winter issue of the magazine includes a gift guide advertising supplement; for that, please contact sales director Angie Henshaw, email@example.com.
Q: Is there an SLM iPhone app?
Not yet, but it’s in process. If there’s something specific you’d love to see on it, let us know via our feedback form.
Q: When does my subscription expire?
Please contact Teresa Foss at 314.918.3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Where can I purchase your magazine?
Dierbergs, Schnucks, Straub's, Barnes & Noble, Left Bank Books, World News, Jennifer’s Pharmacy, Pudd'nhead Books, Target, Walmart, and Walgreens. If you have additional questions, please contact Dede, circulation manager, at 314.918.3006.
Q: Where can I get a back issue?
Q: What is the price of a single copy?
$4.99 + tax & shipping and handling. Click here to buy a back issue.
Q: What is the price of a subscription?
You can buy a combo subscription to St. Louis Magazine and AT HOME (18 issues) for $19.95. Subscribe here.
Q: I am interested in having St. Louis Magazine involved as a sponsor of my upcoming event or fundraiser. Who do I talk to?
SLM is always interested in hearing about opportunities to support our community. We would love to hear how our publications can get involved. Please complete this form or contact Meghan Riley Fritsche, marketing manager, at email@example.com.
Q: I am interested in advertising with your magazine. Who do I contact to get more information?
Q: Where do I send a press release?
For general press releases, please send to Jarrett Medlin, editor-in-chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, please see below.
Q: Do you offer special advertising rates for non-profits?
Yes, we do! Please contact sales director, Angie Henshaw, at 314.918.3018 or email@example.com for more information.
Q: How many issues do you publish each year?
SLM publishes 12 issues a year and AT HOME publishes 6 times a year. In 2012, we will be introducing a new publication, StL Family, launching in the spring.
Q: Something’s wrong with your website. Who do I tell?
Contact Ryan Sechrest, firstname.lastname@example.org, and be as specific as possible about where you are on the site and what you were trying to do. Please also include your operating system and browsers (e.g., "I’m on a PC, using Internet Explorer….").