On this episode of the podcast I’m excited to host an interview with Ashlie Stevens. Ashlie is a food writer whose work has appeared in and on NPR, Eater, Vice and National Geographic and is currently the deputy food editor at Salon.com.In addition to her writing and editing, Ashlie teaches classes about food writing and pitching.
On this episode Ashlie shares a process as well as tips for food writers who want to get their food writing published in print or digital publications. On the podcast we talk about:
- What is pitching?
- What editors wish writers know about pitching and editors they pitch to?
- When is a good time to pitch?
- What to expect when pitching to publication?
- Interesting trends in pitching topics.
Enjoy this interview with Ashlie Stevens!
Listen to Episode 158 below:
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