Leben is a quarterly history publication that features stories of Protestant Reformers and those who have followed in their footsteps.

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Leben Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

2150 River Plaza Drive
Suite 150
Sacramento CA 95833

Submitting Your Work to Leben

Before submitting to Leben

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From the Leben guidelines:

Leben is a quarterly, four-color magazine that tells the stories of the Protestant Reformers and those who have followed in their footsteps through the ages. We are a popular history publication that aims at a general readership.

Above all, articles should be interesting to a general readership, seeking to bring alive the events and personalities of a particular period. Avoid being preachy and moralizing. Most of our readers can draw their own conclusions without being force-fed. Tell a good, well-researched and historically accurate story.

Submission Guidelines Details for Leben

Market Type:Magazine

Email: editor@leben.us

Accepts: Biography, historical

Web Address: www.leben.us

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