Saturday, June 5, 2010

Submit Ideas for Greeting Cards - Part 2

Do you have what it takes to write funny lines, romantic anecdotes, or cutting humour? Or are you just one of those people who always has a joke on someone else? Well, maybe writing for greeting card companies is down your alley... Here's a list of places to submit to. Remember, this type of work is hit and miss. Only a small percentage of submissions get through.

Blue Mountain Arts

Greeting Card Writings

Blue Mountain Arts is interested in reviewing writings that would be appropriate for publication on our greeting cards. We are looking for highly original and creative submissions on love, friendship, family, philosophies, and any other topic that one person might want to share with another. Please note that we do not accept rhyming poetry.
Submission Information for Blue Mountain Arts

High Cotton


Original. Fresh. Thought-provoking. Short and to the point. 95% of our concepts are word-driven, so we should be right up your alley. But there are gospel truths that must be followed religiously if we're to connect. If you disregard the "no no's" you won't get any "yes! yes!'s."
High Cotton Submission Information

Novo Card Publishers

A greeting card is the shortest distance between two people -- Novo
Novo Card Publishers - Submission Guidelines

Ephemera Inc

MAKE US LAUGH OUT LOUD! We're looking for satirical slogans about pop culture, politics & the president, job attitudes, women's & men's issues, coffee, booze, pot, drugs, religion, food, aging, teens, gays & lesbians, sexual come-ons & put-downs. But please don't limit yourself to these topics. Surprise us!

Be fresh, original and concise. Our buttons and magnets are small, so we are looking for HIGH IMPACT gems of wit stated in AS FEW WORDS AS POSSIBLE. Ephemera has a reputation for coming up with the most irreverent, provocative and outrageously funny material on the market. We encourage you to be as weird, twisted and rude as you like.
Writer's Guidelines - Ephemera

Andrews McMeel Universal

One of our core values is that “we treat each other with dignity, honesty, and respect. We value and encourage each other's abilities and creativity.”

We do not take this or any of our core values lightly. As John McMeel has stated, "Our products are in the minds of our creators and authors". It takes every one of our associates working together to get that product out to each and every customer that we serve.

We work in a fun environment, one that is filled with deadlines, excitement, laughter, as well as high expectations for doing the right things and doing them well.
Andrews McMeel Universal Careers

Submit Ideas for Greeting Cards - Part 3

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