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The Upland Almanac needs articles

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The Upland Almanac is a four-color, quarterly magazine aimed at an audience that has grown to expect good writing about bird hunting, gun dogs, food and fine shotguns, as well as sporting literature, and art.
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The Upland Almanac is a four-color, quarterly magazine aimed at an audience that has grown to expect good writing about bird hunting, gun dogs, food and fine shotguns, as well as sporting literature, and art.
We are in the process of fleshing out our editorial calendar for the remainder of 2015 and for all of 2016. We are looking for feature stories about any aspect of the sporting life at it applies to upland bird hunting. We are interested in articles dealing with the “regular” upland topics – ruffed grouse, woodcock, pheasant and bobwhite quail – as well as the not so common – other types of doves and quail found in the U.S., Hungarian partridge, pigeons and doves, as well species that are hunted outside the U.S.
Before querying, please read through our guidelines for more specific and detailed information. To improve your chances for acceptance, please consider proposing articles that will deliver more of a feel for place, the birds, and the dogs than they do a self-portrait of the author.
Please request guidelines from UA editor Thomas Carney: tom@uplandalmanac.com.
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