Friday, July 11

eliza magazine + me


I wrote a little Salt Lake City shopping guide for the summer issue of Eliza Magazine. (That's my name in the super-fine print.) If you're looking to plan a visit to SLC, it might be fun for you to pick up and thumb through. I'm happy with how the story turned out in print, despite an entire sentence missing and some funny cut-and-pasting that took place in the last paragraph ... and a sentence about Draper that I didn't author.

Thanks for the opportunity, Eliza. I'd love to do some more. Your mag gets better with each issue.

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18 comments:

alyson. said...

hey! fantastic!! :)

Kami said...

That is cool, way to go Ali!

nrichie2345 said...

congradulations! that's a big deal..

Catherine said...

Oh wow congratulations, how exciting!

Dansie Family said...

way to go! are those your photos, too?

Jessica said...

congrats!

Sal said...

How exciting! Congrats, lady.

Ann Marie said...

Fantastic! Wishing I was in SLC to pick up a copy.

Dede said...

That's great Ali!

Joslyn said...

very cool! eliza seems like a great mag.

babelfish said...

Looks like a wonderful spread, congrats!

Jessica said...

Congratulations. I am sure it is awesome.

Michelle said...

How cool! Congrats, your taste is so fabulous, it is time everyone knows it.

kristy said...

hi ali! just wanted you to know that i awarded you the premio blog award because you're one of my most favorites, check it out and award some of your favorites too:)

~kristy
thingsihearttoday.blogspot.com/

brooke romney said...

How fun is that? Wish I would have seen it before I left!

The Lil Bee said...

Wow...congratulations! That is so exciting!!

Linnea said...

Congratulations on getting published :o) That's so exciting. This is my first time at your blog. I'm having so much fun looking around. Have a great Monday!
xox,
Linnea

pia said...

just from that photo the spread looks great ali! If I come to SLC, I know who to call, wish I could read it in full. Bummer about the few mishaps in editing, but I'm not sure anyone's work has ever been printed to perfection. At least they didn't spell your name wrong, which happens to me all the time :-(