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Editorial Calendar Database


The Editorial Calendars of dozens of print magazine titles are in Tin Shingle's 2019 Editorial Calendar Database. Editors and writers develop ideas for and put print magazines together months before they hit the stands for you at the grocery store or in your mailbox.

Magazines who publish in print are putting them together 3-6 months in advance. For example, usually in the summer, editors are perfecting their Thanksgiving recipes. Conversely, during the summer when you’re on vacation, editors are filling recommendations for the Holiday Gift Guides for their winter issues. Editorial Calendars are helpful for you to know where a magazine is in their publishing cycle, and pitch an idea accordingly.

Editorial Calendars for magazines reveal the broad themes, and make them available to people like yourself. Tin Shingle goes out to collect them for our easy-to-use database for you to access in one place. You can even search by topic! If a magazine is having a special issue or section on “Hair Styles” or “Innovators” for instance, you can do a search on that and see a list of magazine issues you may want to pitch. So many ideas at your fingertips!

Don’t let these Editorial Calendars pigeon-hole you, though! Subscribe to and follow the magazines you want to get featured in, and you will think of several angles of why you can pitch your business to them. It’s all about pitching the right person at the right time. Know their beat!

Magazines in Tin Shingle's 2019 Editorial Calendar Database: 

2019 Editorial Calendars are always being added to Tin Shingle’s collection. Please request a magazine if you don't see it in this list! Could be regional or industry specific.

A trend for magazines right now, unfortunately, is to cease regular monthly print publication. This is happening so fast, that you may not realize it. Therefore, we have included popular magazines out of print, with an indication if it is not printing. That way, when you go to look for it, won’t miss it!


AARP The Magazine

Advertising Age



American Hunter


Better Homes & Gardens

Bloomberg Business Week



Boston Home

Car & Driver



Coastal Living (stopped printing monthly issues in 2018)

Condé Nast Traveler

Cooking Light (stopped printing monthly issues in 2018, will print special issues only…content that would have appeared here will be in EatingWell)



Country Living


Eating Well



Elle Decor

Entrepreneur Magazine



Fast Company

Forbes Magazine

Harper's Bazaar


Inc. Magazine

Good Housekeeping

Martha Stewart Living

Men’s Health

Men’s Journal



Mother Earth Living


O, The Oprah Magazine


Rachael Ray Every Day

Redbook (stopped printing monthly issues in 2019)

Rolling Stone

Seventeen (stopped printing monthly issues in 2019)

Self (stopped printing monthly issues in 2016)


Southern Living

Sports Illustrated

Sports Illustrated Kids

Teen Vogue (stopped printing monthly issues in 2017)

Town & Country

Vogue Knitting

WSJ. (Magazine of the Wall Street Journal

Woman's Day


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