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Archive for the ‘family’ Category

The Green Parent (UK)

Posted by Alistair Scott on August 4, 2010

Type: Bi-monthly magazine
Website?: Yes click here
Address: PO Box 104, East Hoathly, Lewes BN7 9AX, UK
Contact: Melissa Corkhill, Editor
E-mail: features@thegreenparent.co.uk
Description: A green lifestyle and natural parenting magazine. Runs articles on topics from baby-wear and attachment parenting to home-education and alternative medicine. Each issue features regular columns on Organic Gardening, Seasonal Food and Drink, Green Travel and Ethical Fashion.
Considers: Articles / features / photographs
Paying?: Yes
Online guidelines?: Yes click here and follow the link for a PDF file.
Additional notes: Potential contributors are advised to familiarise themselves with the magazine first.

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Junior (UK)

Posted by Alistair Scott on April 14, 2010

Type: Monthly magazine
Website?: Yes click here
Address: Junior Magazine (Magicalia Ltd), 15-18 White Lion Street, Angel, Islington, London N1 9PG, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7843 8858
Contact: Suzanne Milne, Managing Editor
E-mail: editorial@juniormagazine.co.uk
Description: Aimed at parents of children 0 to 8 years. Runs features and advice on all aspects of child development, education and health, children’s fashion, food, entertainment, lifestyle and child-friendly travel.
Considers: Articles / features / photographs
Paying?: Yes
Online guidelines?: No

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FQ Magazine (UK)

Posted by Alistair Scott on March 29, 2010

Type: Bi-monthly magazine
Website?: Yes click here
Address: 3-Dimensional Media, Seymour House, South Street, Bromley BR1 1RH, Kent, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 8460 6060     Fax: +44 (0)20 8460 6050
Contact: Andy Tongue, Editor
E-mail: contactus@fqmagazine.co.uk
Description: For fathers and men whose lives and perspectives have changed as they’ve entered fatherhood. Publishes information on health, finance, child development, toys, famous fathers, motoring and similar, all from a parenting angle.
Considers: Articles / features / interviews / reviews.
Paying?: Yes
Online guidelines?: No
Additional notes: Contact editor initially, with ideas.

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Mother and Baby (UK)

Posted by Alistair Scott on March 12, 2010

Type: Monthly magazine
Website?: Yes click here
Address: Bauer London Lifestyle, Endeavour House, 189 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JG, UK
Tel: +44 (0)207 295 5560
Contact: Nichola Lashmar, Editor
E-mail: editor@askamum.co.uk
Description: Practical information on pregnancy, birth, child care and child development. Also runs true-life stories.
Considers: Articles / features / true-life stories
Paying?: Yes
Online guidelines?: No

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