Publicity Opportunity: Better Homes & Gardens
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Better Homes & GardensBetter Homes and Gardens

Meredith Publishing

1716 Locust Street

Des Moines IA 50309-3023

800-374-4244

Letters and Comments Email: bhgeditor@meredith.com

Web: http://www.bhg.com

Better Homes & Gardens is a monthly home, garden, decorating, beauty, fashion, organizing, food, entertaining, relationships, pets, and health magazine for women (2/16).

In their Good Reads, they recommended the following summer reads: Jennifer Weiner’s Fly Away Home, Nancy Thayer’s Beachcombers, Sally Koslow’s With Friends Like These, Sue Miller’s The Lake Shore Limited, and Kate Moses’ memoir Cakewalk (8/10). Their novel escapes recommended Dawn Tripp’s Game of Secrets, Robert Olen Butler’s A Small Hotel, Jennifer Weiner’s Then Came You, and Beth Harbison’s Always Something There to Remind Me (7/11).


Better Homes & Gardens Editors

Stephen Orr, Editor in Chief. Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/steporr. Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/orrsteporr.

Oma Blaise Ford, Executive Editor. Interviewed cookbook author and chef Hugh Acheson (9/12).

Nancy Wall Hopkins, Senior Deputy Editor, Food and Entertaining. Excerpted recipes from Nigella Lawson’s Nigella Kitchen (10/10). Excerpted from Joe Yonan’s Serve Yourself: Nightly Adventures in Cooking for One (9/11). Interviewed Dylan Lauren, author of Dylan’s Candy Bar (10/10). Excerpted recipes from Donatella Arpaia’s Donatella Cooks (9/11). Excerpted a recipe from Emily Luchetti’s The Fearless Baker (12/11).

Featured an article with recipes from cookbook author Ellie Krieger (1/12). Featured recipes from cookbook author Hugh Acheson (9/12). Featured Grain Mains by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Sarbrough (9/12). Featured six cookbooks: Barefoot Contessa Foolproof, The Food52 Cookbook, The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, Canal House Cooks Every Day, Bouchon Bakery, and The Essential James Beard Cookbook (11/12).

Maggie Glisan, Senior Editor, Food & Entertaining

Jane Austin Miller, Deputy Editor, Garden. The previous deputy editor featured a short review of Vanessa Diffenbaugh’s The Language of Flowers (9/11) and advice from Tovah Martin, author of The New Terrarium (1/12). She has featured The Birding Life: A Passion for Birds ad Home and Afield (11/11). Featured Water Gardening (7/12). Featured A Garden Makes a House a Home by Elvin McDonald (11/12).

Amy Panos, Deputy Editor, Home Design. Wrote an article on Suzanne and Lauren McGrath, authors of Good Bones, Great Pieces (9/12).

Eddie Ross, East Coast Editor, Home Design

Kit Selzer, Katy Kiick Condon, and Diana Dickinson, Senior Editors, Home Design

Ellen Miller, Fashion & Beauty Director

Amy Brightfield, Health & Features Director. Previous health editors have featured a short review of Andrew Weil’s Spontaneous Happiness (11/11). Featured a review of Meditation for Multitaskers by David Dillard-Wright (7/11). Featured tips from Heidi McIndoo, author of When to Eat What, and Heather Fink, author of Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Half-Marathon Training (10/11).


Better Homes & Gardens Online

Katherine Parker, Editorial Manager and Holidays Editor

Allison Maze, Home Design Editor

Sheena Chimak, Food Editor

Sarah Martens, Food Associate Editor

Karla Walsh, Associate Social Media Editor

BHG Reader Panel: http://www.bhg.com/readerpanel. Join the reader panel and share your thoughts by participating in online surveys and polls. Also win prizes and receive special offers.

Meet their team of bloggers each month: http://www.bhg.com/marchbloggers.

I Did It email: ididit@meredith.com – Share photos of your do-it-yourself projects.

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