Reader's Digest Guidelines Information

Publisher: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc.

Established: February, 1922

Accepts Email Submissions: Yes

Website URL: https://www.rd.com/

Twitter: @readersdigest

Description: 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.

Needs: RD says, "We look for dramatic narratives, articles about everyday heroes, crime dramas, adventure stories."

Tips: RD also pays $25 for published jokes and $100 for funny true stories. You can find the joke submission information here.

How to Submit: Submit a one page article proposal query for nonfiction articles. Jokes and short funny true stories are submitted through the online form. See the link in the tips section above.

Guidelines Url: https://www.rd.com/magazine/submissions/

Address: Reader's Digest
Box 100 Pleasantville NY 10570 USA

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-10-01


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