Submission Guidelines and Job Opportunities


Edible Brooklyn welcomes submissions, pitches and story ideas from authors, illustrators, photographers and the members of the community we cover, especially ideas that highlight what this city eats and why. Note that the print edition is published four times a year—with the themes Drinks (February), Innovation (May), Travel (September) and Holiday (November)—so pitch accordingly.

Send your pitch along with relevant examples of previous work to submissions [at] edible manhattan [dot] com.Confused by the email? Our team publishes both Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn, so all submissions go to the same place. Our web rates are commensurate with experience.


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Podcast producer

Posted August 16, 2018

Edible’s digital platform is evolving and looking to grow its audience. Edible Holdings, owner of Edible Manhattan, Edible Brooklyn, Edible Long Island, and Edible East End seeks technical assistance to produce their first podcast (name TBD). The freelance producer/team will work directly with the Edible Holdings editors.

Please send cover letter, resume, and examples of previous relevant work to submissions [at] ediblemanhattan [dot] com


We are looking for an individual or team to provide technical assistance including equipment, studio space (as needed), editing, mixing, transcriptions, and scoring.


In general, the 5-episode podcast will on food and drink innovation along the whole supply chain, and especially ideas furthering sustainability, equity, health and deliciousness. It’s inspired by Food Loves Tech (FLT), Edible Holding’s biggest annual event that’s essentially a consumer facing expo focused on the same ideas.

We already have an outline for each episode in mind and can share with interested candidates. One episode is sponsored by oat milk brand Oatly.

We need to launch at least one episode by this year’s Food Loves Tech event on November 2-3, 2018 and the rest ideally through the end of the year, on into January.


Less than $3K/episode. Per episode rate may vary as not all episodes will require the same technical skills.