Would you like to become a contributor to ZigaZag?
Posts over 1000 words with 3 – 5 (copyright free) photographs at 800px wide, are welcome on any aspect of travel, living, life and people in Western Australia.
Tell us about where you’ve travelled in WA or where you live in WA – what’s great, what’s different, why live there, and make it interesting.
Have a memorable travel trip or tip to relate?
Maybe write about Food and Wine in WA?
The possibilities for ZigaZag are various. This is a destination travel and lifestyle E-Zine with benefits. But whatever you write about BE HELPFUL.
Acceptance is at the discretion of the publisher, and all submissions will be reviewed by the editor who reserves the right to cut and edit. At this stage, no payment can be offered for any contributions – sorry 🙁 but we will publish a short bio and your website link after your post.
All posts are promoted via my social networks: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest.
If your article is accepted, your photograph, contact details and a short bio will also be displayed on this page.
Go for it!
Here’s the lowdown
- Posts should be 1000+ words and supplied in the body of an email (not as an attachment).
- 3 – 5 (copyright free) photographs at 800px wide.
- Your words, content and photographs MUST be original and not published previously in print or on the web, and you must own the copyright for the pictures you supply – please supply written confirmation of this with your post.
- A short bio about you (2 sentences) will be inserted at the end of the post, with one link. I’m happy to supply a link to a post or your home page.
- I cannot pay contributors at this stage.
- I reserve the right to edit contributions as I deem fit.
- If I find the post is in any way detrimental to ZigaZag for any reason, I reserve the right to take it down.
Pleas Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Just some of ZigaZag’s past contributors
Annabel Candy is a freelance writer. Born in England, she’s traveled in over 40 countries, lived in eight of them and has both British and Kiwi passports. But don’t hold that against her. Annabel now bashes her keyboard in Australia. She has two successful blogs: Get In The Hot Spot (travel) and Successful Blogging (blogging tips).
Caz Makepeace has been travelling the world for over 10 years, first alone, then with her hubby and now with her two children. Caz and Craig have a popular travel blog at YTravelBlog and Caz pens the equally successful, Mojito Mother, a blog that aims to put the mojo back into mothers’ lives.
Amanda Kendle has travelled the world. She is a blogger and social media consultant in Perth. After living in Japan, Slovakia and Germany, she returned to Australia full of travel tales, and wanted to keep on travelling, and she writes about these at NotABallerina.com.
Jill Harrison has a passion for travel, and wildflower and food photography. She’s been writing freelance articles for Australian magazines such as Go Camping Australia and On The Road magazine since 2002. Jill is a contributor to Getty Images, and is a member of South Side Quills in Bunbury and the Fellowship of Australian Writers Western Australia. She is happiest when out travelling, seeking out new places to visit, and bushwalking with her camera. Jill’s latest project is taking images for a healthy nutrition cook book. You can find her blog here: Life Images by Jill
Jenny Freedman loves to travel, especially to Europe. “I love exploring the markets, trying new tastes and finding fabulous restaurants so my blog is also about food! I’d love to think that by sharing my stories, you will be able to add new experiences to your dream trip or simply enjoy the escape with us.” Find her entertaining blog and wonderful travel photos from Europe to Africa and Asia over at:- A Taste of Travel Blog.
Nita Teoh pens her passion for Perth at Perth Walkabout. For more insider tips on Perth and surrounds, visit The Insider’s Guide to Perth
Ingrid Rickersey is a freelance writer. She writes features and short stories for various West Australian publications and has won a poetry award. Her writing specialties are restaurant reviews and travel articles for lifestyle magazines. An eclectic reader, Ingrid also proof reads for a publishing company in Perth and is currently working on her first novel.
Kristy Alexander is an experienced adventure traveller and Australian explorer. When she’s not on the road she is usually found typing up a storm from her hotel room. One of her favourite hotels is Crowne Plaza Surfers Paradise.