We’ve been longtime fans of Edible Brooklyn, a very cool magazine we wrote about a while ago. Edible Brooklyn doesn’t publish restaurant news as much as articles and essays about the life of the borough’s food culture, written by the people who love it. And now Manhattan will get the same treatment in Edible Manhattan, which will come out bi-monthly starting in the fall and is already accepting subscribers.
More significantly for aspiring for food writers, editor Gabrielle Langholtz is still working on the debut issue. So pitch those long-form feature food stories about Manhattan that transcend food news and reviews. (A typical issue of Edible Brooklyn might contain anything from a profile of a live-poultry market to a panegyric on Frankie's 457 Spuntino’s meatballs.) Until Edible Manhattan comes out, you can sign up for an e-mail newsletter.