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Pitch Beauty and Fashion Stories to Bridal Guide

As “America’s Most Read Bridal Magazine,” each copy of Bridal Guide gets passed around to about 30 readers, giving enterprising writers a chance to show off their chops in the worlds of beauty, home design, fashion, honeymoons, wedding planning and social issues. The book is also focused on how to make the big day affordable, without sacrificing quality.

“We understand that not every couple can afford a celebrity-style wedding, so we offer inspirational ideas along with affordable ways to make their wedding fantasies come true,” said editor-in-chief Diane Forden. “We’re always open to new pitches, but we need someone who is very connected to the wedding industry.”

Read more in How To Pitch: Bridal Guide. [subscription required]

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Children's Picture Book Writing

Children's Picture Book WritingStarting September 15, this part lecture, part workshop course will take you through the process of outlining, writing, editing, and submitting a children's picture book. Taught by a published children's book author, Dashka Slater will teach you how to write in pictures, hook readers and editors with your story, apply the nuts and bolts of marketing, and more. Register now! 

Pitch Beauty and Fashion Stories to Bridal Guide

As “America’s Most Read Bridal Magazine,” each copy of Bridal Guide gets passed around to about 30 readers, giving enterprising writers a chance to show off their chops in the worlds of beauty, home design, fashion, honeymoons, wedding planning and social issues. The book is also focused on how to make the big day affordable, without sacrificing quality.

“We understand that not every couple can afford a celebrity-style wedding, so we offer inspirational ideas along with affordable ways to make their wedding fantasies come true,” said editor-in-chief Diane Forden. “We’re always open to new pitches, but we need someone who is very connected to the wedding industry.”

Read more in How To Pitch: Bridal Guide. [subscription required]