I occasionally accept guest posts from other bloggers in my niche. I know it should go without saying, but I only accept real posts from real people (sorry spambots). I reserve the right to reject any post if it doesn’t meet my editorial guidelines. Articles on any of the following topics are a good fit:
- Food preservation – canning, dehydrating, charcuterie, etc
- Primitive skills (arrow making, fire starting, etc)
- Fermentation and Homebrewing
- Herbal Remedies, Salves, etc
- Homemade Holiday Gifts
- Holiday Recipes (real food based)
- Hide Tanning
- Any other more “hardcore” or involved homesteading/DIY skill
Guest posts should be a minimum of 600 words (300 words for recipes, plus recipe instructions) but longer articles are appreciated. The submission must contain at least 2 photographs (one horizontal and one vertical). Ideally, the photography would be your own and high quality, but in some circumstances, I may accept relevant royalty free stock photos.
Affiliate links are not allowed, but feel free to place a few relevant links back to your own site within the article text. Each article includes an intro paragraph at the beginning where I introduce you to my readers, and then an author bio and your social links at the end.
All guest post articles should be your own original work, and may not be published elsewhere. Do not submit articles by paid contract writers on your behalf. You may not include links to sites that you’re being paid to promote, or any businesses or brands. I may add internal links of my own, or remove external links if they don’t follow my guidelines.
Please inquire and get approval before going through the process of writing a post. Topics must be approved in advance. If after the post is written, I don’t accept it for any reason, you’re obviously welcome to use it elsewhere.
Here are a few examples of successful guest posts:
Send inquiries and pitches to Ashley dot Adamant at gmail dot com.
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