Contact us

We love hearing from our readers – either of them – or indeed anyone who has an interest in The Prodigal Guide. So, don’t hesitate to drop us a line.

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For all advertising and PR enquiries, including requests for a media pack, advertising rates or to discuss coverage for your clients, please email the Prodigal PR team at PR.TheProdigalGuide@me.com.

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For editorial and syndication enquiries, please email our editor-in-chief directly at TheProdigalFool@me.com.

We’re always on the look out for clever, erudite and opinionated writers with a passion for cars, films, food, gadgets or watches and – this is crucial – who can be relied upon to contribute regularly. They’re hard to find. That’s why we’ve settled for our current team of contributors. If you think you can do better, please email The Prodigal Fool with a summary of your writing experience, what topics you’re interested in and one sample post that you think is ready to be published on The Prodigal Guide.

General enquiries

For all other questions, comments or rants please email us at Info.ProdigalGuide@me.com.

19 Responses “Contact us” →
  1. Hi there,

    I was visiting your site, and thought you might enjoy our recently published interview with Chronograph Collector Jeff Stein. Stein discusses the history of the chronograph, from timepieces made for dashboards to watches made for wrists, and explains how his love of Heuers and vintage racing are related.

    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/chronograph-collector-jeff-stein-an-interview-with-collectors-weekly

    Let me know what you think of the interview, and please feel free to share it with anyone who you think would find it interesting.

    Thanks, and have a great weekend.
    Joanna

    Reply
  2. Dear Prodigal Guide….

    love your views, write ups and content and would like to get in touch with the editor, but I can’t find any contact details on your site….

    Look forward to hearing from you.
    Kind Regards
    Carin King

    Reply
    • Carin, we’re a secretive bunch. There’s a three stage test process involving elaborate challenges to prove your worth before we’ll send you our contact details.

      Just kidding. I’m the editor and you can reach me on TheProdigalFool@me.com

      Thanks so much for your kind words about the site.

      Reply
  3. Hi,

    Nathalie here from VAC Media and I wanted to drop you a line and just compliment your site “http://theprodigalguide.com/”. Nice layout, good info, good resources. I was looking around at a few different sites relevant to Gadgets. I definitely thought yours was one of the best. That being said, I also noticed you guys have some great content related to them.

    I currently work for a company that maintains website that offers best deals and information about GPS Systems –
    http://www.satellitenavigation.org.uk/. We are a nationally recognized, reliable source for Sat Nav systems in UK and I was wondering if you’d be interested in giving us an opportunity to write guest post relevant to your site. I can assure you that our article will be very informative to your visitors and also drive more traffic. I would be very pleased if you allow me to add a link to our site in the article.

    Reply
    • Nathalie – Thanks for your kind words about the site. It’s great to receive feedback – especially such positive feedback!

      I’ll send you an email to discuss the question you raise about guest posts.

      All the best

      Reply
  4. I’ve just updated this page with our various email account details. Hopefully that makes things clearer for those of you trying to get in touch.

    Reply
  5. Hi Prodigal Team,
    As far as i am concerned “A win is a Win” so thank you very much indeed. I would like to claim my vauled prize for the date of Saturday 13th if possible. Please let me know how and if i can just turn up on the day and have my name at the door.
    Please let me know timings etc so i do not miss a thing.
    Greatly excited and look forward to seeing you guys there too.
    Thanks
    Sonny Seth

    Reply
  6. Nice work, really like that you put out some unique content rather than same old reblogged stuff. Keep up the great work.

    Reply
  7. Gentelmen,
    Was curious as to your thoughts on Nokia’s ‘new’ direction. Can’t seem to find any of your suggestions when reading between the headlines here, wonder if I missed something though.
    Thoughts?

    Many thanks
    C.

    Reply
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