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The excellent Wend Magazine has just introduced a new online section called iWend, which will – among other things – feature a series of “Postcard” pieces.

iWend’s Postcards will each consist of a single, compelling travel photo with an accompanying narrative of no more than 600 words.

The Postcards will be unpaid, but especially for newer writers they could be a great way to gain some exposure and get your name on Wend’s editorial radar.

Full details from Wend associate editor (and Matador member!) Anna Brones here.

Interested in writing other pieces for Wend, too? Check out the complete submission guidelines.

Not familiar with Wend yet? Does “literate adventure travel” sound like your thing? Matador’s thrilled to offer a special subscription offer for our readers.

Subscribe now, and enter the promotional code matador08 at the end of the online sign-up, and you’ll get a one-year subscription for $21.

Not only that, but a portion of that money will come back around to Matador — so you’ll be supporting your friendly neighborhood travelers’ network, too!

Photo by frozenchipmunk (Creative Commons)



About The Author

Eva Holland

Eva Holland is a freelance writer, Senior Editor of World Hum and a longtime contributor to the Matador community. She lives in Canada’s Yukon Territory and blogs about Alaska and Yukon travel at Travelers North.

  • Anna Brones

    thanks for picking this up Eva!! cheers

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