How To Get Published In Paper Crafting | $0
Why this e-book? Because I remember searching hard for information on how to submit my crafty projects to magazines and what I could do to have a better chance of them being published. Turns out, there was very little information out there on the topic. Which surprised me because when I googled “how to get a nail out of my garbage disposal” there were eighty four articles on just that topic alone.
So I decided to pull together what I’ve learned and write it up in this little e-book. Stuff like: how to photograph your layouts so they look really good in a submission email, how to write said submission email, how to find out where to send aforementioned email…
And other related topics such as: how to know what magazine editors are looking for, where to find submission calls for various publications and what to do if someone asks to publish your project.
Then I called up some people who have way more experience than I do and asked them to contribute their ideas. Like Susan Opel, the Creative Editor at Paper Crafts Magazine. And Kelly Goree, the design team coordinator for Basic Grey. Oh, and also Kathleen Summers, who designs for many manufacturers and has been published over a hundred times. Right. One hundred.
So overall, the ten chapters in this little 30 page e-book cover all of the basics plus some little known facts that will help you get started submitting your work! I originally wrote a few of these articles for a scrapbooking website and received many emails from people who had their first scrapbook pages picked up for publication after using some of my suggestions, so my hope is that this e-book encourages you to start submitting!
(P.S. This little e-book is yours for free! No strings attached, although if you like it I'd love if you'd click one of the share buttons below to pass on the love!)