Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine Submission Writers Guidelines



Freelance Writers
We’re glad you’re interested in the prospect of working with Pregnancy & Newborn magazine—we’re always looking to add to our pool of writers and are currently accepting freelance submissions! Please read and follow the guidelines below so you can query us effectively and we can respond efficiently.

First, familiarize yourself with Pregnancy & Newborn both in print and online. Our targeted audience is comprised of women who are expecting or have a child under the age of 1. We strive to provide insightful, informative articles that discuss all things pregnancy- and baby-related in a casual, conversational, girlfriend-to-girlfriend manner. As a national magazine, we cover topics that are relevant to pregnant and new moms across the country.


Each month, we print articles that fit into the following categories: prenatal health, prenatal nutrition, emotional well-being, labor & delivery, infant care and parenting. Examples of topics that might be of interest include, but are not limited to, baby’s development month by month, alternative pain relief during labor, choosing a name for baby, healthy snacks for hungry moms-to-be, postpartum depression, maternity leave, finding childcare, vaccinations, raising a bilingual baby and more. We’re always looking for new and creative story ideas—please send yours our way!

We prefer to receive queries via email; you may direct them to editor@pnmag.com. Please send a detailed description of your proposed article, including topics you’ll discuss, experts you’ll interview, and sidebars you’ll provide. Department articles are typically 750 to 1,000 words plus 2 sidebars; feature articles are usually 1,750 to 2,000 plus 4 to 5 sidebars. Keep in mind that we generally work under a 4 to 6 month lead-time.

We appreciate when you include clips of your previously published articles. It’s always nice to see the work you’ve done in the past.

Please be patient as you wait for our response. Oftentimes we may not have a spot for your story immediately, but will file it away to have on hand when an opportunity arises—and rest assured that when one does, we'll be in touch!

Have files of article reprints that you own but have no clue where to start reselling them? Have ideas for some fantastic new pieces but no idea who might want them? Check out my 386-page PDF of tips, tricks, and insider information, as well as 384 paying parenting and family markets for only $9.99! Just head to this page to download How to Get Published (and Paid!) Writing About Your Kids and get started immediately!

Sign up for an email subscription to The Published Parent and get two amazing freebies: 10 Parenting Markets That Pay $100+ and 10 Markets That Pay Writers to Write About Writing! And join my Facebook group called Parenting Magazine Writers ... it's FREE and full of tips and tricks and markets and like-minded writer friends!

10 comments:


  1. Your work is very good and I appreciate you and hopping for some more informative posts. Thank you for sharing great information to us.
    kims hostpital fertility specialist

    ReplyDelete
  2. As any pregnant mom will tell you these guides are designed to be there for reassurance that everything is OK and YOUR pregnancy is on track. 4d baby scan

    ReplyDelete
  3. Its an incredible joy perusing your post.Its brimming with data I am searching for and I want to post a remark that "The substance of your post is magnificent" Great work.  baby earmuffs

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm also visiting this site regularly, this web site is really nice and the users are genuinely sharing good thoughts.Mark Curry Kansas City

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thank you for taking the time to publish this information very useful! 4D baby scan Berkshire

    ReplyDelete
  6. Normal weight gain in pregnancy is about 35 pounds, but lots of women I have met over my twenty-year midwifery career gained 35 pounds to 70 pounds during pregnancy. The stress of sudden weight gain during the short cycle of pregnancy can cause back pain and pregnancy misery.Lopšys kūdikiui

    ReplyDelete
  7. Pregnancy and lower back agony is likewise caused by the overabundance weight felt profound inside your pelvis as your looks after children sits tight for work to initiate. philippine maternity website

    ReplyDelete
  8. this is a very adorable magazine where you will see the unborn and pregnant woman there. look here as how you can get the rephraser in easy way.

    ReplyDelete
  9. The words and how to struggle till the last breathe for life is motivating. Here http://www.sentencerearranger.com/our-rearrange-sentences-worksheet/ you will get the worksheet of our sentence rearranger tool.

    ReplyDelete
  10. If you ever go to the nacy institution and their side then you will know it .try this site as you need some help on rewarding tool.

    ReplyDelete