Posted on June 13, 2013 by jennyfurniss
(585) is a new biannual lifestyle magazine that showcases Rochester, NY as a dynamic place to live. It provides timely, informative and entertaining articles focused on the city and the greater Rochester region, and its editorial covers living, dining, culture, entertainment and stories about interesting individuals.
Editorial departments include Explore, Grow and Taste. The magazine is targeted to people between the ages of 25 and 64 with household incomes of more than $100,000. 18,000 magazines are printed per issue and sold at newsstands and retail outlets throughout the Rochester metro area.
(585) Publishing also publishes two annual magazines, (585) Beauty Book and (585) Holiday Shopping Guide. Mark Gillespie is the editor-in-chief, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted on June 11, 2013 by jennyfurniss
PAINT-IT … TODAY is a new bimonthly craft magazine full of quick-to-paint indoor and outdoor décor projects.
Each issue also includes the sections Trend Watch and Let’s Get Organized, and the editorial departments Creative Must-Haves, Skills Center, Glossary, Finds & Feedback, Gallery and Sneak Peek!
Paint-it … today is published by New Jersey-based Valu-Publishing and sold in craft and paint stores. Linda Heller is editor, email@example.com.
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Posted on June 10, 2013 by jennyfurniss
BEAD-IT … TODAY is a new bimonthly craft magazine that features trendy, budget-friendly jewelry and accessory designs that can be made, from start to finish, on the quick.
Editorial departments include Beading Basics and Editor’s Faves. Bead-it … today is seeking project submissions of stringing; simple wirework, metalwork and beadweaving; and embellishment projects geared toward beginner to advanced-beginner beaders. See its Submission Guidelines for more detailed information.
This magazine is published by New Jersey-based Valu-Publishing. Joanna Tiritilli is the editor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted on June 5, 2013 by jennyfurniss
HOT RODS & HARLEYS is a new quarterly magazine that brings attention to the theater of East Coast custom builders and their productions, from the latest designs to retro and vintage restorations of cars and bikes.
This magazine showcases the original art of custom painters and pinstripers, and its goal is to bring together car and bike lovers through their shared interest of custom art. It covers both the technical details and personal stories of unsung custom painters, fabricators, metals shapers, pin strippers and builders; and their style, techniques and product usage.
Hot Rods & Harleys is based in Cream Ridge, NJ. Paul Kenworthy is the publisher, Glenn K. Skidmore is the art director and Maria Hinchcliff is associate editor. Queries should be sent to Kenworthy at email@example.com.
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Posted on June 4, 2013 by jennyfurniss
THE DAILY SUMMER is a new fashion magazine from the creator of THE DAILY FRONT ROW, focused on the style elite of the Hamptons.
Much like The Daily Front Row, The Daily Summer is aimed at designers, luxury consumers, fashion and entertainment editors, film and television personalities, premier retail and fashion executive and other high-profile tastemakers.
According to a Fashionista interview with Founder and Editor-in-Chief Brandusa Niro, she launched the new magazine because her readers go to the Hamptons every summer.
Daily Front Row, Inc., based in New York City, publishes The Daily Summer. The magazine will be published eight times a year and is distributed at shops, boutiques and hotels in the East End, and it can be read for free online. Niro can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted on May 30, 2013 by jennyfurniss
TEMPUS is a new quarterly magazine that covers art, culture and issues surrounding our society for an elite readership.
Each issue includes: Vignettes – timely and interesting cultural happenings; Style and Culture – where art, home, fashion, and all things luxurious meet; People – especially interesting and accomplished individuals; and View – celebration of the visual and written arts.
“The common theme is that everything you find in these pages will be something that resonates with those of us who share a global view in our personal and professional lives,” said Tempus Jets CEO Scott Terry.
One of the magazine’s goals is to initiate interest and foster awareness of social issues, which are not usually found in a magazine published by a jet company. For example, the first issue covers the charitable initiative Global Flight Relief, and Ben Affleck’s trip to eastern Congo to promote economic programs.
Tempus Magazine is targeted at the top 1% of the top 1%. The average net worth of its readers is $89 million. It’s distributed to private jet owners and fortune 500 CEOs, executive airports, private charter flights and private events. Tempus is published by Tempus Jets and its editorial office is located in Greenville, SC. Jackson Bacot is the editor-in-chief, email@example.com.
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Posted on May 29, 2013 by jennyfurniss
LIVING READY is a new quarterly magazine that helps its readers be prepared to survive and thrive, no matter the situation.
This magazine’s goal is to prepare people for whatever the world throws at them, whether it’s a challenging economy, a season of drought that affects crops, a natural disaster, or a physical attacker. Its tagline is Prepared Skilled Aware.
Readers are interested in honing life skills such as training to be suitably armed to survive threats; putting a sound emergency preparedness plan into place; growing, canning, preserving and hunting for food; raising small farm animals; and identifying natural remedies for everyday problems.
Living Ready is based in Iola, WI. Patty Dunning is the content director, Patty.Dunning@fwmedia.com, and James Card is the print editor, James.Card@fwmedia.com.
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Posted on May 28, 2013 by jennyfurniss
AS IF is a new quarterly publication that focuses on the realms of artistic expression
and the visionaries behind them, featuring individuals who have made a creative mark in fashion, art, design, architecture, music, film and business.
As If is printed on high-quality paper in an oversized format of 12” x 17,” and the magazine is positioned as an object readers will want to collect.
It’s distributed by Speedimpex USA to major US cities such as New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Miami, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco. The magazine can also be found in five and six star hotels and private charter jets, both domestically and internationally. Tatijana Shoan is editor-in-chief. Contact As If at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted on May 15, 2013 by jennyfurniss
FIRST AMERICAN ART is a new magazine that explores all aspects of indigenous American art, from the visual to the literary. Its focus is on indigenous art of the Americas from an indigenous perspective, presenting indigenous critical theory in a way that bridges the gap between academia and the general public.
The magazine’s goal is to provide a common platform for native and non-native academics, art professionals, artists, collectors, and other readers to seriously investigate and celebrate indigenous American art, from ancestral to 21st century artwork.
It publishes reviews of Native American art shows, events and public art; and profiles of established and emerging artists from a wide range of media, geographic region and tribal affiliation. According to its writer’s guidelines, in particular First American Art is seeking serious critical analyses of indigenous art by indigenous reviewers, and also articles about art venues in tribal communities, especially rural areas; and native art in the international art arena. You can read the pilot issue (issue 0) online for free.
Issue 1 will come out in August, and the magazine will be published on a quarterly basis beginning with issue 2 in early 2014. Editors are seeking queries for issue 1, especially art show reviews and book reviews, until the deadline, May 21. They also accept indigenous language submissions on a case-by-case basis. First American Art is based in Sante Fe, New Mexico. America Meredith, an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation, is the editor and publisher. Email queries to email@example.com.
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