Have you ever had your writing published in print by a periodical (newspaper/magazine)?
Yes, I've had several articles published in the print magazine, Ireland's Own, long before I heard of hubpages.
I had an article on journal writing for healing published in Renew magazine (a magazine for people and their families who are in the recovery process) and I had an article published in a book. I've also ghost written a couple of things so they aren't really "mine" - but they are , sort of. lol.
I've been freelancing for my local paper for years. The first time I had my story on the front page it was neat, even moreso when it was "above the fold." No it's "ho-hum" LOL. And I've had a few of my stories picked up by the AP.
My next goal is to be published in a national mag or paper.
Yes I've had a few published although it was a few years ago now as I've really concentrated on writing on line. But there is nothing quite like getting that letter through the door to say that your work has been accepted. I still have the free copies of the magazines that my work was published in and they're very special to me!
Yes, a number of times. It was exciting the first time, but weirdly, after awhile, it is almost a bit of let down, because it means it's over--at least for that piece. It's the end, it's out there, it isn't mine anymore.
Wow, I must have been a real treat to potty train...
My articles about gardening, antiques and collectibles, historic structures, and regional cooking appeared in the Peninsula Pacemaker, a regional magazine distributed on the Delmarva Peninsula over the course of 18 years. I also published a cookbook.
Yes, many times and in three languages as well, I used to publish in weekly magazine back home, had some short poems published in Russian newspaper long, long time ago and also has published few poems in the Australian daily papers.
Yes three of my short stories were published in a magazine, many years ago. These days I do a lot of writing for my work which is published in printed corporate media.
by Kristin Kaldahl 2 years ago
I just found that one of my Hubs was stolen in June 2014 and published in a magazine. I wouldn't have found out about it except that they have now put their magazine on-line. It was stolen by a slick looking magazine in Australia, and I am from the US. I told them if it wasn't...
by Karen Hellier 19 months ago
How long have you been a writer on HubPages?Today is my 5 year anniversary on Hubpages so I was just wondering how long other people have been writing here and what value Hubpages has brought to your life?
by Loi-Renee 6 years ago
Can you submit your hub to print media?Is it ok to submit an article to be published in a newspaper if you already have the same content on a hub?
by American_Choices 6 years ago
Is HubPages a blog or a more of a magazine? Who are we?With the new requirements of stronger content and longer hubs, is Hub Pages better described as a magazine? What periodical would you liken HubPages to?If we were more of a periodical, what technical changes would be helpful to the community?
by flashmakeit 5 years ago
Have you ever written an article for your local newspaper?
by Sunday Best 5 years ago
What print magazines do you still read in these modern internet times?
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