Everywhere Magazine Needs Submissions for San Francisco Feature

Everywhere Magazine is our favorite user-generated travel periodical, and the centerpiece of a forthcoming issue will be a feature on San Francisco. From the official call for submissions:

The package will be a collection of articles, photos, and tips about how to enjoy San Francisco like the locals do. What neighborhoods, stores, restaurants, bars, or events do you put on your must-see list? The quirky, the offbeat, and the unexpected are most welcome. SF’s best places to hide on a foggy day? A visitor’s guide to understanding Frank Chu? The battle of the best burritos? The city’s most under-explored neighborhoods?

Link. Deadline is August 28. And remember, this is a quality magazine, and we’re pretty sure its readership is quality too, so don’t try to bamboozle them with some b.s. about Medjool being your favorite local watering hole or La Cumbre still being good.

6 Responses to “Everywhere Magazine Needs Submissions for San Francisco Feature”

  1. Lola Haze says:

    Hey! What’s wrong with Medjool?

  2. Dustin Diaz says:

    This is great. I’ll definitely be submitting my SF photos from these last few months. I have more than a dozen sets on Flickr just on SF alone.

  3. Woo hoo! Thanks all.

  4. Drew says:

    Yes, please tell the tourists to eat at Medjool. Just keep them away from the good local places.

  5. Allan says:

    but that was my original point: everywhere’s readers are not the “tourists” you’re talking about.