Stumbled upon the writer guidelines for a magazine that caters to readers interested in small town life around the world. They’re looking for many types of stories. The highlights:
You work in a coffee shop and use tights as a tea strainer.
You’re a feminist sex addict.
You work in a library but can’t read.
You realized Polish people are fun and interesting and want to tell theirs or another minorities tale. Maybe you are one of them.
You have a local story that belies the stereotype of an international issue. (Eg: Arab and Jewish people being friends, which many of course are.)
You lived with a tribe of kalahari bushmen and they played Fifa all day.
You ate tuna in Japan and see why they break international law and drive stocks into the ground just to eat it.