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How To Pitch: Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers
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Brain, Child, the Literary Mag for Mothers, Adds Poetry, Expanded Reviews Section - Posted July 22, 2014
Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers launched in 2000 and has been lauded for its award-winning content. When editor-in-chief Marcelle Soviero took the helm in 2012, she said one of her goals was to keep the "major tenants of th... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Brain, Child, the Literary Mag for Mothers, Adds Poetry, Expanded Reviews Section - Posted July 22, 2014
Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers launched in 2000 and has been lauded for its award-winning content. When editor-in-chief Marcelle Soviero took the helm in 2012, she said one of her goals was to keep the "major tenants of th... [FishbowlNY]

Bring Your International Stories on Motherhood to Brain, Child Magazine - Posted July 22, 2014
Brain, Child isn't your typical parenting magazine. In it, you won't find the top 10 summer activities for kids or a recipe for the best chocolate chip cookies. Instead, the literary magazine focuses on the issues of women and motherhood with perspectives that are parent focused rather than child-centric. Every section of... [AllTwitter]

Speak to 'Thinking Mothers' at Brain, Child - Posted October 5, 2012
It can be tough to catch the attention of busy editors when you're a new writer looking to score a byline. Luckily, the editor-in-chief of Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers empathizes. "I've been that new author... I always appreciated when magazines would take a ch... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Speak to 'Thinking Mothers' at Brain, Child - Posted October 5, 2012
It can be tough to catch the attention of busy editors when you're a new writer looking to score a byline. Luckily, the editor-in-chief of Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers empathizes. "I've been that new author... I always appreciated when magazines would take a ch... [FishbowlNY]

Write for Thinking Mothers in Brain, Child - Posted October 5, 2012
Brain, Child is not your typical parenting pub. It's as much a literary mag as it is a parenting one, so it wants writers who can pen more than the usual service angle of most family mags. The brainy book recently switched leadership, and its new editor in chief, ... [GalleyCat]

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