Bee Culture Guidelines Information

Publisher: A. I. Root Company

Frequency: monthly

Website URL:

Description: Bee Culture is the magazine of American Beekeeping. We cover beekeeping - its history, how-to, equipment used and even the humorous side.

Needs: Topics include bees, beekeeping, honey plants and garden and forest management for bees.

Length: 1500-2000 words

Payment: $150-$200

Tips: The guidelines note that articles "dealing with marketing honey or other hive products, or even how-to-sell skills, are excellent, especially if they are supported by successful personal experiences or interviews of those that are."

How to Submit: The editors suggesting sending in a proposal about 200 words or less with one or two photos before submitting your full article.

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This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2003-03-10

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