General parenting magazines are aplenty in this industry, but Family Circle specifically zeroes in on the life of raising a teenager. So, scribes hoping for a byline need to make sure they offer concrete tips for the health and well-being of readers’ families.
“We offer essential advice for tough parenting challenges, fun suggestions for family activities, healthy and delicious recipes, and DIY projects to create a comfortable home,” said senior associate editor Stephanie Emma Pfeffer.
If you’re bursting with ideas in any of those topics, you’re in luck. FC relies on freelancers for about 60 percent of its content.
Get more guidelines in How To Pitch: Family Circle.
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