If you know a thing or two about sustainable, healthy living, you’ve got a great shot getting a byline at Kiwi.
This niche mag seeks “to be the sane, supporting voice in the green world and the alternative, open-minded voice in the parenting world,” says editorial director Sarah Smith. So green parents with a knack for the organic lifestyle should can find a home for their queries in Kiwi‘s myriad of sections.
Front-of-book sections include “Healthy,” focusing on natural remedies, mental health and alternative health topics, and “Happy,” dedicated to mindful parenting, green family fun and eco-crafts. Challenge” profiles a family who takes on a green challenge for two to three weeks. And for “Cooking With Kids,” send in a recipe a parent and child can make together.
For more information on word limits, pay rates and what the editors want in a longer feature, check out How To Pitch: Kiwi. [sub req'd]
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