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Redbook Adds to Editorial Staff

Redbook editor-in-chief Jill Herzig has announced a trio of appointments to the editorial team. Leslie Robarge and Sarah Smith join the magazine as deputy editors, while Tiffany Blackstone has been promoted to deputy editor.

Robarge comes to Redbook after a stint at Bon Appetit, where as project manager she developed a line of branded small appliances, cookware, and kitchen tools exclusively sold on HSN.  Prior to that, Robarge was  freelance writer whose articles appeared in several periodicals including The New York Times Magazine, InStyle, and BusinessWeek. Earlier in her career, she was a senior editor at Glamour.

Smith most recently was editorial director of KIWI. During her tenure, the brand won two Folio Eddie awards. She was also a senior editor at Parenting and news editor at Psychology Today.

Blackstone has been a senior editor at Redbook where she edited the ASME-nominated Would You Get a Mommy Tuck? Prior to joining Redbook, Blackstone was a freelance writer for Glamour, Self, and Essence.

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Green Parents Can Nab Bylines At Kiwi

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]

Green Parents Can Nab Bylines at Kiwi

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]