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Nostalgia Magazine welcomes your memories, photos, short researched articles, and oral history. Sharing your stories with the readers of Nostalgia Magazine is a great way to preserve heritage and extend our historical knowledge as a society. Sharing stories also encourages and inspires others by affirming the value of those who came before us.
For more information about sharing stories, watch this video with Denny Jones, a retired school teacher from Spokane, WA, who offers a little guidance and encouragement for sharing stories with the readers of Nostalgia Magazine.
Use the form below, or email us your personal memories, short historical accounts, compelling biographies, and humorus adventures. Stories and memories should originate before 1980.
Memoir snippets (like this one) are just 80 words with a single photo.
Full stories (like this one) are generally 700 to 1000 words, and should include three to five relevant photos.
Longer stories will be considered, but we reserve the right to edit and condense stories for publication.
Photos should be scanned at 600 dpi if possible, and submitted as jpgs.
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Or upload your memoir snippets using the form below.
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Nostalgia does not accept fiction or op-ed articles.
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