WRITERS interested in contributing to A Woman’s Paris® should send a cover letter, résumé and a sample clip to:


Due to volume of mail, we cannot respond to unsolicited article proposals and/or manuscripts.

ILLUSTRATORS and PHOTOGRAPHERS may send online samples of their work to:


Please be advised that submitted materials by mail will not be returned.

Our contributors, established writers as well as newcomers, convey the view that genuine inspiration—something that sparks ideas and adventure—takes an understanding of the past and present. Interviews with authors and excerpts from their work have shown us that there is no clearer window into the spirit of a place than its people. They have shared how their experiences shifted the way they see the world and how they changed the world because of it. Contributors are based in Paris and Normandy, France, Morocco, Canada, and the U.S.A.

A Woman’s Paris is an online publication of commentary, criticism, essay, fiction, interviews and art featuring stories on popular culture in France, Francophone countries and around the world. The magazine is published weekly and is known for its topical illustration; its commentary on popular culture; its fact checking and clean editing; prides itself on cosmopolitan sophistication; and is free to subscribers. Recurring themes are style, culture, cuisine, travel, and literature covering an eclectic array of topics with a French aesthetic. Subscribers have access to the full current issue online, as well as a complete archive of back issues viewable as they were originally published in English and French.

Our readers are affluent, educated, between the ages of 25-65, whose interests include: travel, fashion, cosmetics, jewelry, science and nature. Circulation is 57% in the U.S., followed by France, Canada and countries around the world. (Google Analytic®)

Our editorial mission each week is to never stop discovering, to bring untold stories and find eye-opening details to uncover something new about an established personality or place. Connecting with our contributors is a joyous experience—especially in learning how to enjoy the good things in life.


Barbara Redmond