Pennsylvania Bowhunting Magazine
Official Quarterly Magazine of the UBP (click title to view).
Pennsylvania Bowhunting News
JANUARY 2018 ISSUE
Legislative Letter template
Issued monthly for timely delivery of important information.
For the "Pennsylvania Bowhunting Publication Guide",
including advertising rates, click here.
UBP Policy on Publishing Stories in PA Bowhunting
United Bowhunters of PA welcomes all articles and information submitted
to the editor for publication. All submissions should be e-mailed
to the UBP office or submitted on disc or CD, and should be
double-spaced with an emphasis placed upon a minimum of word content
necessary to present the subject matter, and should not exceed 700 words.
The UBP reserves the right to edit any and all submissions for clarity,
content, or length; and also reserves the right to reject any
There are times when legislative and other information
will be time sensitive to the membership. As such there will be times
when member submitted stories or articles may have to be held for future
issues. Adding more pages to the newsletter results in higher printing
and postage costs. If you don?t see your article in the current issue we
will attempt to include it in a future issue.
for publication should be sent in protected and reinforced packaging,
and should be accompanied by a note indicating if they are to be
returned. We would suggest the inclusion of a SASE for return.
Digital Photographs and Scanning:
must be clear and can be black and white prints, color prints, or
digital images. Digital images must have a minimum resolution of 200 dpi
(300 dpi is best). Check your digital camera specs before assuming the
output will be suitable. Good quality photographs are needed for the
cover of each issue.
If you use photographs other than your own,
show written permission for publication in PA Bowhunting. When you send
your manuscript, include any letters of permission. If you have any
questions concerning what is permissible to publish, please don?t
hesitate to contact the editor.
Remember, when taking photos of your
bowkill harvest, it is best to show the animal with minimal blood and
as neat as possible, preferably with the hunter and hunting equipment.
(And don?t forget your UBP hat and shirt!)
your article has been printed in another publication, please show
written permission for the UBP to reprint it. Most times this can be
obtained fairly easily by calling or writing the original publisher.