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PostPosted: April 26th, 2010, 12:52 pm 

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Submitted to WritersWeekly.com via email on April 13, 2010 by Peter Bloch, Deputy Editor.

20 Broad Street, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10005
Website http://www.penthousemagazine.com

Barbara Rice Thompson, Executive Editor - brice@ffn.com (Features/Entertainment).

John Bolster, Features Editor - jbolster - AT - ffn.com (Features/Entertainment/Sports).

Deirdre Goldbeck, Senior Editor - dgoldbeck - AT - ffn.com (Service/Sex Advice). Peter

Bloch, Deputy Editor - pbloch - AT - ffn.com (book excerpts).

Here are our guidelines:

1. The best way to discern the material Penthouse might be interested in is to look at the magazine. Articles are usually related to current affairs or topics that would appeal to our readers (predominately male, age 18-35). Subjects might include celebrity or sports figure profiles, stories about trends in lifestyle or sexuality, humorous essays, and erotic fiction. Interviews should be exclusive queries on personalities who are of interest to a diverse audience.

2. Queries should include a detailed description of your article, who or what your sources will be, and how you plan to present the material. Queries should demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the subject. Proposals for photo essays should be accompanied by slides or suggestions for sources of art.

3. Please submit any credits, clips, or other examples of your published writings, if available. A stamped, self-addressed envelope is essential for return of material.

4. Features run 1500 to 2500 words and shorter articles are 150 to1000 words.

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