Men’s clothing line Frank & Oak recently made a foray into the world of publishing with Oak Street magazine, whose 190-page introductory issue debuted this spring. The magazine both capitalizes on and reflects the interests of its global, creative, young professional base.
Freelancers are encouraged to pitch photo essays and FOB items as well as long-form features, which top out at 5,000 words. There’s good news for young writers trying to make a name for themselves:
[Editor-in-chief Ethan Song] said he welcomes pitches from writers of all experience levels. “We’re more interested in capturing the essence of a movement, and because younger writers are often living those movements, we enjoy hearing from them,” he explained.
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