Good Old Days Guidelines Information

Publisher: House Of White Birches

Frequency: monthly

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

Description: 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).

Editor(s): Mary Beth Weisenburger

Needs: Good Old Days says in its guidelines "We accept seasonal stories year-round, from holidays to harvest. We look for real stories—happy, sad, the good, the bad. Humor is always a plus." The publication also has several departments in each issue open to outside submissions.

Length: Preferred word length is 600–1,000 words

How to Submit: Ssubmit one manuscript at a time and enclose an SASE.

Guidelines Url: https://www.goodolddaysmagazine.com/contributor_guidelines.php

Address: Good Old Days Submissions 306 E. Parr Rd. Berne IN 46711

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-11-01


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