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How To Pitch: AARP The Magazine
Cater to the 50-plus crowd with a service piece or inspiring profile to earn a spot in this widely-read magazine.

Pitches That Worked: AARP The Magazine
See how one writer's compelling pitch led to an FOB piece in AARP The Magazine, a pub that accepts just 1 percent of new-writer submissions.

Personal Essay Markets, Part I
Back by popular demand, this first of four installments uncovers 15 optimal outlets for personal essays.

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What AARP The Magazine is Looking for in a Personal Essay - Posted April 7, 2014
Personal essays allow writers to share some of the intimate details of their life with the world, and this can be a cathartic and rewarding experience. It can also be quite lucrative, if you pitch to the right pubs. In Part I of our newly updated Personal Essay Markets series, we've compiled... [Fishbowl NY]

What AARP The Magazine is Looking for in a Personal Essay - Posted April 7, 2014
Personal essays allow writers to share some of the intimate details of their life with the world, and this can be a cathartic and rewarding experience. It can also be quite lucrative, if you pitch to the right pubs. In Part I of our newly updated Personal Essay Markets series, we've compiled... [FishbowlNY]

How to Write a Successful Magazine Pitch - Posted October 14, 2013
Sending a cold pitch to a major publication such as AARP The Magazine can be daunting. Freelancer Joan Trossman Bien knew she needed to get the editor's attention fast, and that her subject had to be relevant and timely. She ended up pitching... [FishbowlDC]

This Pitch to AARP The Magazine Worked -- Here's Why - Posted October 14, 2013
Freelance writer Joan Trossman Bien knew she had an interesting story on her hands. A friend introduced her to Dulanie Ellis, a 64-year-old documentary filmmaker who discovered her true passion later on in life. Bien thought Ellis' st... [Fishbowl NY]

This Pitch to AARP The Magazine Worked -- Here's Why - Posted October 14, 2013
Freelance writer Joan Trossman Bien knew she had an interesting story on her hands. A friend introduced her to Dulanie Ellis, a 64-year-old documentary filmmaker who discovered her true passion later on in life. Bien thought Ellis' st... [FishbowlNY]

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