Over half of the content in Parenting Early Years and Parenting School Years is freelance written, so there are plenty of opportunities if your pitch reflects the magazines’ mission: “Everything that matters to moms.”
Executive editor Stephanie Wood said “both editions of Parenting strive to be more modern, introducing pop culture trends and news that moms today are interested in, as well as offering more inclusive editorial that will reflect the lives of single parents, divorced and blended families, same sex families, and intergenerational families with grandparents under the same roof.”
Get a list of editors’ contact info and pitchable sections in How To Pitch: Parenting Early Years and Parenting School Years. [subscription required]
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