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These book reviewers and magazine editors have been updated as noted at the end of any listing (10/10). If the contact is vital to you, verify the book reviewer's or editor's name and address before making submissions. Please send us any corrections or additions. Email JohnKremer@bookmarket.com. Thanks. Let's keep this list up-to-date for everyone.


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Angus Journal, American Angus Association, 3201 Frederick Avenue, Saint Joseph MO 64506-2997; 816-383-5100; Fax: 816-233-9703. Email: angus@angus.org. Web: http://www.angus.org. Monthly journal of the association (2/11).

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Birds & Blooms, Reiman Media Group, 5925 Country Lane, Greendale WI 53129. Web: http://www.birdsandblooms.com. Bimonthly magazine on birding and gardening (2/11).

  • Stacy Tornio, Editor. Featured an article on birding basics by Anne Schmauss, author of For the Birds (2/11).
  • Crystal Rennicke, Senior Editor
  • George Harrison, Birding Expert. Writes a Q&A column on birding.
  • Melinda Myers, Horticulture Expert. Wries a Q&A column on gardening.

Cat Fancy, Bowtie Magazines, P O Box 6050, Mission Viejo CA 92690-6050; 949-855-8822; Fax: 949-855-3045. Email: letters@catfancy.com. Web: http://www.catchannel.com. Monthly magazine for cat lovers (1/11).

  • Susan Logan, Editor
  • April Balotro, Associate Editor. Reviewed Karen Rostoker-Gruber's children's book Bandit's Surprise, Allan Goldstein's The Confessions of a Catnip Junkie, and Mo Willems' Cat the Cat Who Is That? and Let's Say Hi to Friends Who Fly! (7/10).
  • Elisa Jordan, Special Product Correspondent, Top Products (for cats)
  • Stacy Hackett, Special Correspondent, Cat Book Club. Reviewed Eve Adamson's Pets Gone Green (7/10).
  • Arnold Plotnick, Columnist, Ask the Veterinarian (lives in New York)
  • Marilyn Krieger, Columnist, Ask the Behaviorist. Web: http://www.thecatcoach.com.

Catnip, P O Box 8517, Big Sandy TX 75755. Monthly newsletter.

Dog Fancy

Dog World, Bowtie Magazines, P O Box 6050, Mission Viejo CA 92690-6050; 949-855-8822; Fax: 949-855-3045. Email: letters@dogworld.com. Web: http://www.dogworld.com and http://www.dogchannel.com. Monthly magazine for dog lovers.

  • Jackie Brown, Editor
  • Amy Fernandez, Contributor. Reviewed John Ensminger's Dogs and Mark Poveromo's To Your Dog's Health (3/11).
  • Melissa Kauffman, Editorial Director, Internet
  • My Story. Stories of readers and their dogs. Email: letters@dogworld.com to submit your story.

Equus Magazine

Fetch!, Petplan Pet Insurance, 1 International Plaza #140, Philadelphia PA 19113. Email: fetchfeedback@gopetplan.com. For pet health questions and advice as well as comments on articles, email: petplantails@gopetplan.com. Bimonthly magazine about dogs and cats (12/10).

  • Natasha Ashton and Chris Ashton, Executive Editors. Their Healthy Reads section featured short reviews of Rachel Hale's Smitten, Tamar Geller's 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog, and Kyra Sundance and Chalcy Quarry's 101 Dog Tricks (12/10).
  • Sara McMillan, Managing Editor. Interviewed Tamar Geller, author of 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog. Also excerpted from the book (12/10).

L.A. Tails, 866-803-TAILS; Fax: 773-561-3030. Email: mail@tailsinc.com. Web: http://www.tailsinc.com. Monthly pet newspaper for Los Angeles. Note: other Tails magazines are published in Boston, Chicago, New York, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, and St. Louis. Featured mini-reviews of The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care and Paws & Effect (10/09).

Living Bird, 159 Sapsucker Woods Road, Ithaca NY 14850; 607-254-BIRD. Email: livingbird@cornell.edu. Quarterly journal published by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (6/10).

  • Tim Gallagher, Editor-in-Chief
  • Stephen Bodio, Contributing Editor, Books for Birders. Reviewed A Year on the Wing and The Private Lives of Birds (6/10).
  • Hugh Powell, Science Editor

Modern Arabian Horse, Arabian Horse Association, 10805 E Bethany Drive, Aurora CO 80014-2605; 303-696-4500; Fax: 303-696-4599. Email: info@arabianhorses.org. Web: http://www.arabianhorses.org. Bimonthly magazine for Arabian horse owners (12/10).

Pet Age, H H Backer Associates, 18 S Michigan Avenue #1100, Chicago IL 60603-3233; 312-578-1818; Fax: 312-578-1819. Email: petage@hhbacker.com Web: http://www.petage.com. Monthly trade magazine for pet retailers. Motto: Practical ideas for the busy pet retailers of today and tomorrow (10/10).

  • Karen Long MacLeod, Editor in Cheif
  • Cathy Foster, Managing Editor. Email: cfoster@hhbacker.com.
  • Katherine Hajduch, Editorial Assistant, New Products. Email: khajduch@hhbacker.com. Featured short reviews of Dear Sparkle: Cat-to-Cat Advice, David Alderton's The Dog Selector, and Claire Arrowsmith's Brain Games for Dogs (10/10).

Petroglyphs, 7601 Vista del Arroyo NE, Albuquerque NM 87109; 505-989-5789. Web: http://www.petroglyphsnm.org. Quarterly resource publication for animal lovers in New Mexico (7/10).

Poultry Press, Karen Davis, Editor, United Poultry Concerns, P O Box 150, Machipongo VA 23405-0150; 757-678-7875. Web: http://www.upc-online.org. Quarterly magazine working to save poultry. Reviewed their own children's book, Hatching Good Lessons (11/10).

Western Horseman, 3850 N Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs CO 80907-5339; 719-633-5524; Fax: 719-473-0997. Email: edit@westernhorseman.com. Web: http://www.westernhorseman.com. World's leading horse magazine since 1936. Monthly horse magazine (2/10).

  • A J Mangum, Editor
  • Jennifer Denison and Ross Hecox, Senior Editors

Farm, Ranch & Cowboy Magazines

American Cowboy, Active Interest Media, 2520 55th Street #210, Boulder CO 80301; 303-625-1600; Fax: 303-413-1602. Web: http://www.americancowboy.com.

  • Philip Armour, Editor-in-Chief. Email: parmour@americancowboy.com.
  • Tom Wilmes, Managing Editor. Email: twilmes@americancowboy.com. Also reviews music and video games. Reviewed Leif Videen's Bunkhouse Built, Rocco Wachman's Cowboy: The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Own Cowboy Gear, Jim Arndt's How to Be a Cowboy, and A P Greenwood's novel Lakota Dreams (8/10). Excerpted recipes from True Grits by Lee Pfeiffer and Michael Lewis (8/10).
  • Tim Murrell, Gear Editor. Email: tmurrell@americancowboy.com.

Cowboys & Indians, 6688 N Central Expressway #650, Dallas TX 75206-3956; 214-750-8222; Fax: 214-750-4522. Email: queries@cowboysindians.com (editorial submissions) and mail@cowboysindians.com (letters). Web: http://www.cowboysindians.com. Motto: The premier magazine of the West. Published 8 times a year, this is a magazine about contemporary and historical cowboys and Indians (12/10).

  • Margaret Brown, Executive Editor
  • Dana Joseph, Editorial Director. In their holiday gift guide, the featured Native American Night Before Christmas, Texas Traditions: Contemporary Artists of the Lone Star, and Glenna Goodacre Sculpture (12/10).
  • David Hofstede, Contributor, Kids' Bookstall. Reviewed The Mystery of the Maize, With One Sky Above Us: The Story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce Indians, Charlie Russell: Tale-Telling Cowboy Artist, For a Girl Becoming (12/10).
  • Jordan Rane, Contributor. Featured Real Cowboys & The Old West in an article on chuck wagon cooking. Interviewed Cliff Teinert, co-author of Barbecue Biscuits & Beans: Chuck-Wagon Cooking (12/10).
  • Steven Phelps, Website Content Manager
  • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cowboysindians
  • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ci_magazine

Hobby Farms, BowTie Magazines, P O Box 8237, Lexington KY 40533; 859-260-9800; 888-245-3699; Fax: 859-260-1154. Email: hobbyfarms@bowtieinc.com. Web: http://www.hobbyfarms.com. Bimonthly magazine. Send in news or calendar items at least 4 months in advance (3/10).

The Progressive Farmer, 2204 Lakeshore Drive #415, Birmingham AL 35209; 205-414-4700; Fax: 205-414-4746. Monthly magazine for farmers (9/10).

  • Marcia Zarley Taylor, Executive Editor, Minding Ag's Business. Email: marcia.taylor@dtn.com.
  • Andy Biebl, Tax Specialist
  • Claire Vath, Assistant Editor

Rural Heritage, P O Box 267, Cedar Rapids IA 52406-2067; 319-362-3027. Email: info@ruralheritage.com. Web: http://www.ruralheritage.com. Bimonthly journal on horse farming and logging. Reviewed Bill and Andy children's book and The Ultimate Book of Horse Bits (11/10).

Working Ranch, Abundant Life Media, P O Box 91269, Henderson NV 89009-1269; 702-566-1456. Web: http://www.workingranchmag.com. Published 7 times a year. Might review a ranch history book (9/10).


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