Showing posts with label Markets. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Markets. Show all posts

Saturday, January 8, 2022

NOT PUBLISHING: Marie Claire US Print Edition



Sad news! Check out the article below, posted September 2021 at New York Post


However, Marie Claire plans to turn more attention to its digital platforms and will publish occasional special print editions which will be available for purchase at newsstands and bookstores.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

NOT PUBLISHING: Redbook's The Mix


As of July 2016, Hearst has shut down The Mix. See this post on Jezebel.



The following is from Redbook's brand-new contributor network, The Mix:

Have you ever wanted to write for a major women's magazine? Now you can! Join The Mix, our contributor network, and you'll have the opportunity to write for RedbookMag.com, as well as Cosmopolitan.com, WomansDay.com, GoodHousekeeping.com, and ELLE.com. Whether you're a professional writer, avid blogger, or someone with a great story to tell, we're interested in sharing your voice with our readers.

If you'd like to be considered for The Mix, you can find more information right here. Every day, you'll receive an assignments email that includes story topics created by our editors. You can submit stories on as many assignments as you'd like, and if we publish your work, you'll get paid!

Monday, August 26, 2019

Frederick's Child Magazine Acquired by Mid-Atlantic Media

As of August 20, 2019, Frederick's Child is now owned by Mid-Atlantic Media, who also run Baltimore's Child and Washington Family.



Did you know that you can write one article and sell it again for money to dozens of different magazines all over the world? And yes, the editors know we are doing this. It’s not a secret, just something that's not very well known. Check out my resource with 600 markets! (use promo code PPBLOG20 for 20% off) You can order "TheMother of All Writing Market Books" here.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Write for Woman's Day Magazine -- Submission Writers Guidelines

Thank you so very much for your interest in writing for Woman's Day. Unfortunately, you are not alone. In fact, you have so much company, and we have such a small cadre of editors, that we have had to develop what you will no doubt find a rather tough policy on unsolicited manuscripts.

This is what you need to know: Our editors work almost exclusively with experienced writers who have clips from major national magazines. As a result, we accept unsolicited manuscripts only from writers with such credentials. There are no exceptions.

If you do have significant national writing experience, and you have an idea or manuscript that you think might interest us, e-mail us at womansday@hearst.com, and please include some of your most recent clips. 

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Write for Alaska Parent Magazine -- Submission Writers Guidelines

Alaska Parent magazine is looking for freelance writers who demonstrate a fresh, engaging writing style and a keen sense of the topics that matter to local parents. Before you pitch a story to us, we recommend you learn more about our publication and get a feel for the type of articles we value and promote.

ABOUT ALASKA PARENT

Alaska Parent is a free, full-color family and parenting magazine, published 4 times per year. As Alaska’s exclusive, all-in-one parenting resource, our readers include parents with children ages newborn through teens, as well as expectant moms. We publish several stories in each issue, from hard-hitting articles on serious topics to pieces designed for fun and entertainment. Our writing tone is easy-to-read and conversational, yet packed with plenty of punch. Through our pages, we want our readers to feel understood, supported and empowered to make healthy parenting and life choices.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Write for Narratively -- Submission Writers Guidelines


Just got this information in my Parenting Magazine Writers Facebook group from one of our writers. She's going to be working as a guest editor for Narratively, "a digital publication focused on ordinary people with extraordinary stories." Amazing news!

She's looking for "first-person stories in the parenting space or hybrid first-person/reported. I'm also looking for other stories, so it doesn't need to be parenting-related. Stories should be framed around active, narrative scenes. I need drafts of first-person stories and will consider pitches for reported. Looking for quirky, weird experiences (not anecdotes or think pieces) that transformed you or shifted your perception in some way."

Monday, August 20, 2018

NOT PUBLISHING: Family Fun Magazine


UPDATE: Sadly, Family Fun Magazine is no longer publishing. Please see my PDF instant download, 
The Mother of All Writing Market Books: 600 Homes for Your Family, Parenting, & Women's Articles, Essays, and More for 600 current markets, as well as 190 other markets that are no longer publishing, as well as FREE updates.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

171 Parenting Magazine Publishing Credits (Mostly Paid) and How You Can Also Get Published!

Do you want to get paid for your parenting and family articles and stop giving them away for free or getting paid pennies per view?

Below are the just the first 50 of my publishing credits. You'll see that most of them are paid. When I was starting out I would give a piece for free very now and then for the byline but I don't do that anymore. Once you get to the bottom of the list you can hit the link to see the rest!

These are great places to work for, and they are all in my book, the 6th edition of "Make Money to Write About Your Kids: Get Published in Regional, National and Online Parenting and Family Magazines" on Kindle or Cloud (you can read it on your laptop if you wish). The print edition in 6x9" is also ready and it's a hefty little dude that you can highlight and put sticky notes in and mark up when you get published in certain markets! Check for changes and updates here! 

Keep in mind I have been published in some of these magazines up to 30 times with 30 different articles (actually, sometimes they'll use the same piece in different years and pay me twice, which is fair).

I might write a piece and have it published up to 30 times as a reprint. Magazines know you are sending your work as reprints to other magazines so why are you writing something ONCE and only letting it be used ONCE? Recycle that puppy as a reprint!

  1. About Families
  2. Alaska Parent
  3. Arizona Parenting
  4. Athens Parent
  5. Atlanta Baby
  6. Atlanta Parent
  7. Auburn Opelika Parents
  8. Augusta Family
  9. Austin Family
  10. Baton Rouge Parents
  11. Bay Area Parent Silicon Valley
  12. BC Parent
  13. Bermuda Parent
  14. Birmingham Parent
  15. Black Hills Parent
  16. Boom!
  17. Bowling Green Parent
  18. Bronx/Riverdale Family
  19. Brooklyn Family
  20. Calgary's Child
  21. Carolina Parent
  22. Central California Parent
  23. Central Penn Parent
  24. Charlotte Parent
  25. Child Guide
  26. Cincinnati Family
  27. Cincinnati Parent
  28. Colorado Parent
  29. Columbus Parent
  30. CT Parent (Connecticut)
  31. Cy-Fair Parent
  32. Eastern Shore Parents
  33. Edmonton's Child (nonpaying)
  34. Family Time
  35. Family Times
  36. Findlay Area Family
  37. First Coast Parent
  38. First Time Parent
  39. Flagler Parent (I do not recommend working with them)
  40. Florida Family News
  41. Fort Bend Parent
  42. Fredericksburg Parent
  43. Genessee Valley Parent
  44. Georgia Family
  45. Greater Fort Wayne Family (nonpaying)
  46. Greater Pensacola Parents 
  47. Growing Up in the Valley
  48. Houston Baby Guide
  49. Houston Family
  50. Hudson Valley Parent
Check out the rest of the 171 parenting and magazine publishing credits here! I wrote the post over at my main blog a long time ago and just keep updating it. I started the post just to keep track of where I had been published.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Write for Babybug Magazine -- Submission Writers Guidelines

Grab my resource with 600 parenting, family and lifestyle markets here! Free updates and a Facebook group!


Thank you for your interest in writing for Cricket's family of award-winning children's magazines! We welcome submissions from writers of every level of experience, and we assure you that your manuscript will be read and reviewed when submitted. Unless otherwise noted, we consider all submissions for all our kids' magazines, so if you submitted an article for publication in SPIDER, we may deem it more suitable for LADYBUGCRICKET, or another of our publications.

 Submission Guidelines for BABYBUG magazine for babies ages 0-3

BABYBUG, a listening and looking magazine for infants and toddlers ages six months to two years, is published by Cricket Magazine GroupBABYBUG features simple stories, Mother Goose rhymes, short poems, words and concepts, illustrated in full color by the best children's artists from around the world.

BABYBUG measures 6-1/4" x 7", contains 24 pages, and is printed in large (26-point) type on high-quality cardboard stock with rounded corners and no staples. The paper and colors are non-toxic.

Editorial Director: Alice Letvin
Managing Art Director: Suzanne Beck

Published: monthly except for combined May/June, July/August, and November/December
Price: $33.95 for 1-year subscription (nine editions)

Manuscripts
Stories: very simple and concrete; 4 to 6 short sentences maximum
Poems: rhythmic, rhyming; 8 lines maximum
Nonfiction: very basic words and concepts; 10 words maximum
Activities: finger plays, parent/child interaction; 8 lines maximum

Art
By assignment only. Artists should submit review samples of artwork to be kept in our illustrator files. We prefer to see tear sheets or photoprints/photocopies of art.
If you wish to send an original art portfolio for review, package it carefully, insure the package, and be sure to include return packing materials and postage.
Author-illustrators may submit a complete manuscript with art samples. The manuscript will be evaluated for quality of concept and text before the art is considered.
Rate: $500/spread ($250/page).

We purchase all rights; physical art remains the property of the illustrator and may be used for artist's self-promotion.

Comments
Before attempting to write for BABYBUG, be sure to familiarize yourself with this age group and read one or more past copies of the magazine.

PLEASE DO NOT QUERY FIRST.

We will consider any manuscripts or art samples sent on speculation and accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Submissions without a SASE will be discarded.

Response time: Please allow 6 months for manuscripts and 3 months for art samples.

We do not distribute theme lists for upcoming editions.

Submissions from outside the U.S. should include an International Postal Reply Coupon.

BABYBUG normally purchases the following rights:
1.    For previously unpublished stories and poems, BABYBUG purchases all rights.

2.    For stories and poems previously published, BABYBUG purchases second North American publication rights. Fees vary, but are generally less than fees for first publication rights. Same applies to accompanying art.

3.    For recurring features, BABYBUG purchases the material outright. The work becomes the property of BABYBUG and is copyrighted in the name of Carus Publishing Company. A flat fee per feature is usually negotiated.

4.    For commissioned artwork, BABYBUG purchases all rights plus promotional rights (promotions, advertising, or in any other form not offered for sale to the general public without payment of an additional fee) subject to the terms outlined below:

1.    Physical art remains the property of the illustrator.
2.    Illustrator may use artwork for self-promotion.

Please address all MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS to:

Submissions Editor, BABYBUGCricket Magazine Group
70 E. Lake St.
Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60601
Please address all PORTFOLIO SAMPLES to:

Art Submissions CoordinatorCarus Publishing
70 East Lake Street
Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60601

Direct inquiries regarding PERMISSIONS to:
Mary Ann Hocking
Rights and Permissions Manager
Carus Publishing
315 Fifth Street
Peru, IL 61354

Did you know that you can write one article and sell it again for money to dozens of different magazines all over the world? And yes, the editors know we are doing this. It’s not a secret, just something that's not very well known. Check out my resource with 600 markets! (use promo code PPBLOG20 for 20% off) You can order "TheMother of All Writing Market Books" here.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Write for Redbook -- Submission Writers Guidelines

For more markets, please check out this page. And to download my book full 600 more markets, please head here!

And to write for Redbook's The Mix, check out this post!

REDBOOK is targeted at women between the ages of 25 and 45 who define themselves as smart, capable, and happy with their lives. Many, but not all, of our readers are going through one of two key life transitions: single to married and married to mom. Each issue is a provocative mix of features geared to entertain and inform them, including:

■ News stories on contemporary issues that are relevant to the reader's life and experience, and explore the emotional ramifications of cultural and social change

■ First-person essays about dramatic pivotal moments in a woman's life

■ Marriage articles with an emphasis on strengthening the relationship

■ Short parenting features on how to deal with universal health and behavioral issues

■ Reporting on exciting trends in women's lives


Writers are advised to read at least the last six issues of the magazine (available in most libraries) to get a better understanding of appropriate subject matter and treatment. We prefer to see detailed queries rather than completed manuscripts, and suggest that you provide us with some ideas for sources/experts. Please enclose two or more samples of your writing, as well as a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Send queries to:

Articles Department
REDBOOK
300 West 57th Street, 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10019

Check out this site for an interview with the editor-in-chief!