Guest Bloggers & Photo Editorials Welcome
So you would like to be a contributor! That’s fantastic. We welcome new voices for consideration but we do have a few guidelines. This will make it so much simpler for you to submit your concepts to us so here goes.
All work must be original & unpublished!
Cur8eur ONLINE will only take a select amount of editorials for each issue.
Please submit 6 to 10 low-res images with all credits of everyone involved in the shoot. Please do not leave out any information when submitting. Images should be attached DIRECTLY in the submission e-mail without any font or text on the images.
***ACKNOWLEDGEMENT*** When you submit to Cur8eur ONLINE, you acknowledge that editors have the right to place the story in any sequence that works for the publication. The magazine will add the text and credits to the image.
Due to the high volume of emails we may not be able to reply to everyone. If there is an interest for the story to be published we will contact you and ask you for the high-res images. You must send the high-res images by the deadline via dropbox.com.
Your email MUST include the following: The title of your story (this may be changed by the editor) all credits, photographer, stylist, hair, makeup, and any other credits that may apply. If you do not send the credits the images may be published with only the photographers name credited.
Send submissions to staff[at]cur8eur.com with “submission” in the subject line.
DEADLINE: No later than the 10th of the month prior to the submission month. The EARLIER the BETTER of course.
Check out our 2014 Cur8eur EDITORIAL CALENDAR!
Editorial Calendar Adjectives & Objectives
January – self-love, regeneration, new, habits, openness, hearty meals, revival, phoenix, change of tides, winter, chill, faded light, layers
February – love, hand made, made with love, Valentine’s Dinner offerings
March – boho chic, luck, spring chill, superstition, rituals, organization, plants, holiday reservations, egg hunts
April – color palette changeover, new habits, spring cleaning,
May – mothers, collections, blooms, graduation & prom, identity, growth, detachment, Mother’s Day brunches, recipes
June – fathers, summer vacations, weddings, backpacking / gap year, traveling lite, breakfast in bed recipes, “anything but a tie” gifts
July – fourth of July, independence, breaking free, All American, made in America, pride, history personal stories, SD Fair, Backyard BBQ’s
August – Summertime, hot, outdoors, beach, sexy, polo, races, camping, road trips, Everything’s Ripe, Wine Country
September – back to school, warm nights, bonfires, burgers, brew, summer loving
October – routine, organization, date nights – where, re-vamp, empty nest, fall colors, Day of the Dead / Halloween
November – Grateful, hearty meals, decor, fall leaves, Thanksgiving, family, reservations, DIY Dinner with a little help from your friends.
December – gift giving, DIY holidays, family & friends, warm colors, jewel tones, sparkle & lbd (little black dress), New Year’s, reservations