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How To Pitch and Get Published, According to a Magazine Editor

Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an awesome week so far! Today’s post is something I’m really excited to share with you because I think it will help a lot of you out. If you’re an aspiring writer or editor, I believe the best thing you can do...

FYI:  Articles about putting together a knitting magazine

In case you aren’t a devoted follower of my other knitting website, I wanted to make sure you knew that I recently finished up a series written by Creative Knitting magazine editor Kara Gott …

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How to Become a Fashion Editor: 4 Essential Tips to Help You Land a Great Fashion Editor Job - 2023 - MasterClass

Many prominent publications, from The New Yorker to Vanity Fair to GQ to Esquire, feature well-regarded fashion journalism. While the totality of articles in these publications falls under the purview of an editor-in-chief, they’re managed at a more hands-on level by a dedicated fashion editor. Other magazines function exclusively as a fashion publication, and in those cases, a fashion editor is effectively a managing editor or even an editor-in-chief.

HGTV Magazine Editor in Chief Sara Peterson  #theeverygirl

Sara Peterson has always loved magazines. It started with Seventeen. “It came in the mail with my name on it,

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For 70+ years, kids have loved our Hidden Pictures activities, puzzles, stories and more! Made just for babies, Hello magazine is durable and stitched (not stapled) to be safe for little hands. For preschoolers 3 to 5, High Five magazine encourages their unending curiosity. For school-age kids, Highlights magazine is packed with ad-free fun and discoveries to help them become their best selves. They’re all based on our belief that children are the world’s most important people.
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