WANT TO BE A TRUMPET BLOWER?
We are always looking for writers, photographers & designers who want to blow the trumpet & celebrate all things Indian! Here’s how you can become part of The Indian Trumpet family.
A big, fat edition to celebrate the INDIAN superheroes & comics!
A big, fat edition to celebrate the INDIAN street art!
We prefer short (1-3 paragraph) story proposals, before we consider finished pieces. We don’t accept work that has been published elsewhere: blogs, Facebook and more. If you post this work anywhere, prior to submitting to us and/or after The Indian Trumpet has published your work, we reserve the right to pull the story from our editorial line-up without your consent.
Pitches and finished pieces should be grammatically correct, carry quotes from genuine sources and written
to suit the style of our magazine and interests of our readers. Please have a look at our editions to get a sense of the magazines’ style. Photos and photo essays should include captions.
We are an English publication; 90% English, 10% Hindi (and occasionally other Indian languages)content. If you use words in Hindi or any other language other than Hindi: make it a point to offer an English explanation in the brackets for the benefit of our global readers.
All stories must be submitted electronically as Microsoft Word attachments. Photos may be sent electronically as .JPG or .TIF files: Hi-Res300 dpi.
Please direct pitches or pieces to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words “trumpet: freelance” in your subject heading.
If we like your pitch then you will hear from us within ten working days.
Note: Each piece should include the following: Your name, e-mail address, short biography (100 words) and your image (.JPG). We don’t offer remuneration for the submissions.
Full Disclosure: By allowing The Indian Trumpet magazine to publish your work, you grant us permission to use your work without compensation in any of our associated publications, our social media pages, our blog, our website, marketing material, advertisements, and any other mediums or formats used in the creation, dissemination, and production of The Indian Trumpet magazine’s content. Photographers please note that if accepted and published you are giving the photo and art department the permission to disseminate & alter your image as they see fit in keeping with the feel and branding of the magazine.