Friday, October 9, 2009

CHANGES TO MAGAZINES

Christian Retailing no longer pays for book reviews. Page 284.

The Gem: Maximum length 1,200 words. Page 301.

Halo Magazine is seeking testimonies and stories of life-teaching lessons. They also want to encourage Christian entrepreneurs to send information describing their business and the history of how, when, and why the business was started. Page 305.

Messiah Magazine is now called Messiah Journal. Page 321.

Weavings: This publication is now quarterly and wants manuscripts up to 2,000 words maximum. Page 351.

Crowned with Silver: Now online only. Page 410.

First Lady Christian Magazine is now published monthly; FLMezine@gmail.com. Page 411.

1 comment:

r. k. said...

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