The WAHM Magazine Roars as New Voice for Work-at-Home Industry with Second Issue

Issue two features Writer Mama Christina Katz and humor by Amy Mullis, the modern-day Erma Bombeck

TheWAHMmagazine ― the first and only digital magazine for work-at-home parents will release the “Planning Ahead” issue on March 5, which focuses on retirement planning, legal issues, understanding if you’re cut out to be a work-at-home parent and more. A key feature of the “Planning Ahead” issue is an interview with Christina Katz, author of Writer Mama, How To Raise a Writing Career Alongside Your Kids in the “Voices” department. Editor and publisher of the “Writers on the Rise” e-Zine, “Writer Mama” e-Zine and blog, and on-line writing instructor, Katz has over 200 published articles to her credit. She has been featured in Parenting Solutions, appeared on Good Morning America and was a presenter at the Book Expo America/Writer’s Digest Books 2007 Writer’s Conference in New York.

“I was thrilled beyond belief when Ms. Katz agreed to do our Voices interview for the second issue. Writer Mama is one of my primary resources as a freelance writer, and to have such an esteemed member of the writing community lend her voice to this brand-new digital magazine means a lot,” says Geiss, Editor-in-Chief of theWAHMmagazine.

Also with this second issue, theWAHMmagazine staff expands. Amy Mullis ― a modern-day Erma Bombeck ― joins the magazine with her widely acclaimed humor column; Julie Fletcher of Family Resource is the parenting columnist, and Thursday Bram is the magazine’s legal columnist.

“I am so pleased to have such great talent become part of theWAHMmagazine,” says Geiss. “We have had such interest in and praise about the magazine from WAHMs and WAHDs, and I think the excitement will build even further as we continue to prove ourselves by providing a quality and fulfilling content-driven publication for the work-at-home community.”

Geared for work-at-home parents regardless of their career or stage in it, theWAHMmagazine was developed by minority business owner and work-at-home mom, Erika-Marie S. Geiss. It is a bi-monthly digital magazine that presents topical issues relevant to the work-at-home parenting community from business management to parenting, relationships and leisure time, and health and fitness. Work-at-home dad, Craig-Pepin Donat (the Fit Advocate and author of The Big Fat Health and Fitness Lie), is the magazine’s health and fitness editor. Additional features include the columns “Voices” and “Stories from the Trenches,” a community forum where subscribers can discuss articles and where any visitor can network or chat.

For additional information about theWAHMmagazine, visit http://www.thewahmmagazine.com. Published bi-monthly, theWAHMmagazine is an electronic serial digital publication available by subscription only. The subscription cost is $24.00 per year. Subscriber benefits include podcasts, Webinars, magazine archives, an e-Newsletter and the Editor’s blog. TheWAHMmagazine is the first and only content-driven digital magazine for work-at-home parents. The second issue (Vol. 1 Issue 2) goes live March 5, 2008.

Contact: Erika-Marie S. Geiss, Editor-in-Chief
theWAHMmagazine (ISSN: 1940-316X)
25680 Greenlawn
Taylor, MI 48180
Phone/Fax: 313.291.3812
Mobile: 313.244.5885
General E-mail: info@thewahmmagazine.com
Media/Press E-mail: press@thewahmmagazine.com
Additional press materials: www.thewahmmagazine.com/pressroom.html
Web: www.thewahmmagazine.com
View first full issue: www.thewahmmagazine.com/premiereissuegratiscopy.html

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2 Responses to “The WAHM Magazine Roars as New Voice for Work-at-Home Industry with Second Issue”


  1. 1 Stacey March 1, 2008 at 9:43 pm

    Just wanted to invite you to take part in our challenge.

    http://twowritingteachers.wordpress.com/slice-of-life-story-challenge/

    -Stacey

  2. 2 linda carlson March 3, 2008 at 11:30 am

    Erika, you may be interested in interviewing Janan Cain, author/illustrator of our best-selling children’s picture book, “The Way I Feel.” She chose pastels for the artwork because they allowed her to interrupt work when her daughters (then very young) needed something. A feature story re: Janan is at http://www.parentingpress.com/media/feel.html. I can provide contact info for her, too.


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