HERS Magazine
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Image Requirements

Up to 10 images
JPG or PNG format
sRGB color profile
Allowed sizes (
flexible rules
Images may be larger. If aspect ratio does not match, images may be cropped to fit printed page.
):
Portrait: 8.5 × 11 in, 300 dpi (2550 × 3300 px)
Landscape: 17 × 11 in, 300 dpi (5100 × 3300 px)
Must be exclusive and unpublished

Guidelines

We consider submissions any topics directly and indirectly related to ambitious working women. Both the personal and business aspects of these women’s lives are also of interest to our readers.

Concise material that clearly expresses your knowledge, experience, feelings or findings will receive consideration. We encourage you to review a copy of Hers prior to submitting. If you are submitting an instructive article aimed at midwifery procedure or practice, please be accurate and factual. Identify and credit your sources of information. We reserve the right to edit for clarity, content and length. We like to work closely with our contributors and, whenever possible, give contributors the opportunity to review all edits.

Please include your article in the submission statement or attach as a word document. Include your address and telephone number. Please include a biographical sketch of no more than 50 words. If you wish to withhold your name, please indicate whether you prefer an anonymous citing, your initials or a pseudonym. We welcome photos with your submission. Make sure photos are at least 300 dpi (high resolution) .jpeg or .tiff files.


PLEASE NOTE

At least one photo must be uploaded.

We will not consider previously published articles.
We reserve the right to edit for clarity, content and length. When possible, we give contributors the opportunity to review all edits prior to publication.
We cannot guarantee return of material submitted. Submit high quality copies of your work; retain a copy of your article, photography or artwork.

Contributors receive two copies, and authors of full-length feature articles receive a complimentary one-year subscription to the publication in which the article appears.
A mailing address and biographical sketch should accompany all new submissions.


FULL LENGTH ARTICLES
We are interested in all subjects directed toward working women and their often rigorous lifestyle. We accept technical, objective (journalistic reporting), as well as instructional, personal experience articles. References are encouraged, where appropriate, and suitable photographs, charts, diagrams and other graphics may clarify or enhance your article.


MEDIA REVIEWS
Each issue features reviews of books, videos and other multimedia. If you submit a review, include the following information: authors/editors, name of product, cost, pages/length, format, publisher/producer name, address, phone. Limit reviews to 600 words. The item should be relevant to our readers, not simply your own personal taste. Make sure to include photos or illustrations.


EDITORIAL
Send your comments and opinions, news, questions, critique of past articles, or advice. This should be two to five paragraphs in letter form.


COPYRIGHT
All writers whose articles are accepted for publication will be required to sign and return an exclusive “Copyright Transfer Agreement” prior to publication of the work.

About HERS Magazine

MISSION
Hers promotes and enhances the success of ambitious women by sharing knowledge and tools for personal enrichment and professional growth to improve herself, her family, her community and her future.
Hers magazine is not just for women who simply exist. It’s for those who impact people at home, within their social group, at work, in the community or wherever they go. She fills him, her and them, but she is often left feeling empty or even taken for granted. So this is Hers, just for her – her space, her place, her magazine. Here is where she can be refilled and refreshed with things that interest her and keep her balanced in her outlook and activities.

VISION
Hers seeks to present information that creates or enhances the balance of a woman’s personal, social and economic needs in order for her to attain a true sense of fulfillment.

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