How do I write to Harpers Bazaar?
Art, Illustration, and Photography Submission Guidelines Digital files may be sent to [email protected]. Art submissions for the Readings section may be sent at any time by mail or email. Mail submissions should be addressed to Art Intern at the address above. If you have questions, please call (212) 420-5720.
How do I cancel my subscription to Harper’s magazine?
You can cancel your subscription at any time, and receive a full refund on the rest of your subscription. You may cancel any time by contacting our Customer Care team at [email protected] or 1-800-444-4653.
Is Harper’s Bazaar reliable?
Overview. Ad Fontes Media rates Harper’s Bazaar in the Skews Left category of bias and as Reliable, Analysis/Fact Reporting in terms of reliability. Harper’s Bazaar is a women’s fashion magazine founded in New York City in 1867. Content also includes culture, celebrity, travel/food and politics.
How much is a subscription to Harper’s Bazaar?
For all your fashion and entertainment news needs be sure to check out Harper’s Bazaar. Cover price is $5.99 an issue, current renewal rate is 10 issues for $21.00. Harper’s Bazaar, published by Hearst, currently publishes 10 times annually. Your first issue mails in 8-10 weeks.
How do I submit fiction to Harper’s magazine?
How to Submit: All fiction and nonfiction queries must be sent by mail. Email submissions are not accepted. The short submission guidelines say Harper’s will “neither consider nor return unsolicited nonfiction manuscripts.” However, they will consider unsolicited fiction. Do not submit unsolicited poetry.
How much does the New Yorker pay for fiction?
Try The New Yorker. For literary fiction, this is the best of the best. It’s been around forever, has a circulation of a million readers, and will pay you well for that short story (about $7,500 according to reports) . The New Yorker also accepts poetry submissions, humorous stories, and cartoons.
How do I contact Bazaar magazine?
For subscription assistance please call 1-800-444-4653. Harper’s Magazine welcomes reader response. Short letters are more likely to be published, and all letters are subject to editing.
What happened to Harper’s magazine?
In 1962, Harper & Brothers merged with Row, Peterson & Company, becoming Harper & Row (now HarperCollins). In 1965, the magazine was separately incorporated, and became a division of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company, owned by the Cowles Media Company.
What type of people read Harper’s magazine?
Readers of Harper’s Magazine are a highly educated, affluent group. They have graduate degrees, are professionals and managers, and are financially well-off. They are a politically- and civically-engaged audience.
Who owns Harper’sbazaar?
Now Harper’s Bazaar is owned and operated by Hearst in the United States and the National Magazine Company in the United Kingdom. Hearst purchased the magazine in 1913.
How can I get free magazines in the mail?
If you’re only interested in reading the magazines, and not keeping them, here are some other ideas on how you can get them for free: Check them out from the library. Borrow them from a friend….Here are the most popular ones:
- Mercury Magazines.
- Rewards Country.
How much does Harpers pay for a short story?
Harper’s will consider fiction and accepts 12 manuscripts yearly. They pay $. 50 to $1 per word, and your piece must be 3,000 to 5,000 words long. Make submissions by regular mail only.