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Chicken Soup for the Soul
Chicken Soup for the Soul is looking for true stories and poems for its upcoming books. The publisher has sold over 100 million books and over 250 titles to date.
Cuisine at Home
An Illustrated Guide to Creative Home Cooking
Good Old Days
A look into the past through photos, drawings, cartoons, comics, memories, features, songs, poems, letters, first-person narratives, and recipes. It tells the real stories of the people who lived and grew up in “the Good Old Days” (about 1935–1960).
A unique weekly magazine published for active older adults.
Jewish culture and entertainment magazine. Heeb describes itself as a "Brewed as a take-no-prisoners zine for the plugged-in & preached-out."
KIWANIS is a monthly publication, except for combined June/July and November/December issues Editorial need primarily is for articles on current business, international, social, humanitarian, self-improvement, and community-related topics.
Modern Maturity is a bimonthly publication that offers entertainment and service-oriented content designed to help members over 55 lead richer, more-fulfilling lives.
Old Farmer's Almanac, The
The Old Farmer's Almanac is the oldest continuously published periodical in North America. Since 1792, The Old Farmer's Almanac has published useful information for people in all walks of life.
Reader's Digest provides current events coverage and features essays that reflect contemporary American life. Each issue of this popular magazine will provoke, educate, and entertain readers from all walks of life.
Reason covers politics, economics, culture, and science from a broad-minded libertarian perspective. We look for original analysis and research and do not like simple rehashes of well- worn libertarian positions.