Ladies’ Home Journal, an icon of American publishing and cornerstone of what were once called the “Seven Sisters” of women’s magazines, will cease monthly publication after 131 years, parent company Meredith confirmed Thursday.
The magazine will become a special interest publication sold on newsstands, according to Meredith spokesman Art Slusark. The company’s current plan is not to sell subscriptions, he added.
The July issue will be its last as a monthly, with the special interest publication slated to appear on newsstands in the fall. The website will also continue to publish.
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