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|Title||Category||Word Count||Payment||Date||Description||Submissions Page|
|Title||Category||Word Count||Payment||Date||Description||Submissions Page|
|Fiction Silicon Valley||Stories - Fiction||Up to 20,000||Up to $100||11/30/2016||From the source: "I want fiction from 2 - 20,000 words in any genre and poetry in any style (English only). In essence, I am looking for your best work, previously published or not. "||Click Here|
|Dreaming Robot Press||Stories - Fiction||3,000-6,000||.06 cents per word||11/30/2016||They want stories that depict "adventure, space, science. Give us rockets, robots and alien encounters, and we’re pretty happy. Steampunk, time travel, weird west and alternate history are all fine."||Click Here|
|Essence||Society & Lifestyle||Varies||Varies||11/30/2016||Celebrity profiles, book reviews, beauty trends/news, health, relationships, and finance.||Click Here|
|The Green Parent||Family & Recreation||1,500-2,000||£75 per thousand words||11/30/2016||Green living topics for parents, in addition to: Family, pregnancy, alternative education, food and drinks, and other green-living subjects||Click Here|
|Simply Family||Family & Recreation||Varies||Varies||11/30/2016||Parenting advice ranging from young kids to young adults. Payment and length must be discussed with the editor.||Click Here|
|The Dark||Stories - Fiction||2,000-6,000||3 cents per word (originals) or 1 cent per word (reprints)||11/30/2016||The Dark looks for general horror and dark fantasy fiction. They pay up to 3 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Emmy Magazine||Arts and Entertainment||500+||Varies||09/13/2016||From the source:|
"Emmy's core readers include the members of the Television Academy and other television industry professionals. Articles must appeal to the television and digital entertainment professional while being understandable to the enthusiast...
...Most departments are written by regular contributors, but newcomers can break into Labors of Love — 500-word, front-of-the book profiles of TV people and their passions."
|Southern Theatre Magazine||Arts and Entertainment||1,000 to 3,000 words||$50||09/13/2016||From the source:|
"The targeted readership includes theatre professionals involved in college/university theatre, professional theatre, community theatre, secondary school theatre and/or theatre for youth in the Southeastern region, across the country and overseas."
Features generally run 1,000 to 3,000 words and pay $50. Submissions must include a photo.
|Girls’ Life Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||Varies||09/13/2016||These guys cater to the average teenage and young adult girl. They accept submissions about peer pressure, stress, time management, boosting confidence and other subjects. Submissions are on spec and payment must be discussed with the editor.||Click Here|
|ASK Magazine||Education||200 to 1,600||Varies||09/07/2016||Magazine for children with an interest in science and their surroundings. Each issue revolves around a theme based on various science topics, as well as technology, history, and/or arts. Payment must be discussed with the editor. Feature Articles are 1200–1600 words, with sidebars||Click Here|
|Moment Magazine (Canada)||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||Varies||09/07/2016||Stories that interests the Jewish community. They accept personal essays, investigative features, first-person accounts, culture-based stories, book reviews, and more. Payment is on spec and must be discussed with the editor.||Click Here|
|Cobblestone Magazine||Arts and Entertainment, Education||Up to 800 words||Varies||09/07/2016||Children's magazine focusing on articles with historical accuracy. They want fun and lively submissions that includes images, original illustrations, and/or maps. Other submissions include crafts, recipes, biographies, poetry, and historical fiction. Length ranges from 100 lines (poetry) to 800 words (standard articles).||Click Here|
|Arts & Letters||General, Stories - Fiction||1,000 words or more||$50 minimum||09/07/2016||General fiction & non-fiction source dedicated to the following:|
From the source:
Poetry: 4-6 poems per submission (suggested)
Fiction: manuscripts up to 25 pages
Flash Fiction: manuscripts up to 1,000 words
Creative Nonfiction: manuscripts up to 25 pages
They pay a minimum of $50 ($10 per printed page) and a one year subscription.
|Free Times||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||Varies||09/07/2016||From the source:|
"Free Times is an alternative weekly. We cover local news, politics, arts and music." You are often require to travel when writing news pieces. Payment is on spec, but they pay a kill fee if a submission isn't published which isn't the writer's fault.
|Insight Magazine||Career||600 to 2,000||Varies||09/07/2016||Insight covers business-oriented topics discussing tips, trends and issues within corporate environments. Topics may be related to leadership, tax, fraud, HR, diversity, management, and more.|
Length and payment info, from the source:
"Freelance writers should include fee requirements in their correspondence. Articles generally run between 1,000 and 2,000 words in length for print, and 600-1000 words for digital."
|EContent Magazine||Career, Freelance||Varies||Varies||09/07/2016||EContent discusses content-related strategies, issues, and resources. It caters primarily to professionals involved in content creation and distribution within numerous environments. They also accept case studies, timely news, and Features.||Click Here|
|Faces Magazine||Education||300 to 800||Varies||09/07/2016||Faces teaches young readers how people in other countries live. They also accept fiction, activities, as well as puzzles and games. Fiction includes folktales and legends from around the world; activities may include crafts, recipes and family-friendly projects; puzzles include vocabulary games and mazes. Submissions generally run up to 800 words.||Click Here|
|The Upper Room||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||250 words||$25||09/07/2016||Spiritual source for Christians. Submissions should be around 250 words and payment is $25.|
"Have God's care and presence become real for you in your interaction with others? Has the Bible given you guidance and helped you see God at work? Has the meaning of scripture become personal for you as you reflected on it? Then you have something to share in a meditation."
|The Aquarian||Culture, Society & Lifestyle, Health||300 to 1,500||$35 to $100||08/05/2016||The Aquarian covers holistic health, general wellness, environmental topics and everything related.|
From the source:
"We are mostly looking for original feature articles, topical opinion pieces, interviews, reviews and book excerpts. Our features and interviews usually run 1500-2500 words; op-eds, 500-1500 words; and reviews, 300-800 words."
|Cascade||Destinations & World||Varies||.30 cents per word||08/05/2016||Cascade focuses on life in Oregon. Some topics include: Rereational activities, trends, lifestyle, business coverage, local stars, destinations & events, history, local foods, and more.|
Word count is assigned by the editor, and they pay .30 cents per published word.
|Skirt! Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||800 to 1,000||$200 per essay||08/05/2016||From the source:|
"skirt! publishes two personal essays every month on topics relating to women and women’s interests. All essays for consideration should be submitted in their entirety and be between 800 and 1,100 words. "
They pay $200 per accepted submission. Please refer to their monthly themes before submitting.
|Porthole Cruise Magazine||Transportation & Travel Assistance||Varies||Varies||08/05/2016||This source talks about the latest trends, travel tips, ship service reviews, exotic destinations, industry innovations, and more. You must contact the editor for specific length and payment details.||Click Here|
|Teaching Tolerance||Education||600 to 1,600||$1 per word; $100 per blog post||08/05/2016||Magazine for teachers and children. They cover several departments and themes, including: Stories about anti-bias education, life in the classroom, children's fiction, and general educational topics for their blog.|
Word count ranges from 600 to 1,600 words. They pay $1 per word for the magazine, and $100 for online blog posts.
|The Establishment||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||800 to 1,500||$125 to $500||08/05/2016||The Establishment looks for overlooked stories and people based on a wide range of subjects. Whether you're a photographer, rapper, director, or just the girl next door with a thoughtful story to tell, The Establishment wants you.|
Length and payment details, from the source:
"We pay $125 for feature stories, op-eds, and personal essays (800-1,500 words), and $500 for a select few long-form investigative pieces that involve original reporting and at least five interviews (3,000 words)"
|The Future Fire||Stories - Fiction||Up to 10,000 (flexible)||$10 to $20||08/05/2016||From the source:|
"The Future Fire welcomes submissions of speculative fiction with progressive, inclusive and socially aware disposition. We are particularly interested in feminist, queer, postcolonial and ecological themes"
They are very flexible on word count. You get $20 per each story over 1,000 words long, and $10 for shorter flash fiction.
|Paste||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$60 (rough estimate)||08/05/2016||From the source:|
"PasteMagazine.com focuses on signs of life in music, movies, TV, videogames, comedy, books, design, tech, drink and all things geek."
They also cover film/music reviews, festivals, and trendy stories related to pop culture. Length varies per piece and payment is reported to be around $50 to $60.
|WCT Magazine||Animals||500 to 1,500||$25 to $250||08/05/2016||From the source:|
"Our primary need is for specific, practical information that our readers can apply to their own businesses. We are
always looking for how-to methods articles on trapping, removal, or other control techniques for all nuisance species, from raccoon, skunk and beaver to mole, bat, pigeon, alligator, and any other problem wildlife along with how to repair and prevent damage caused by nuisance species."
|ProBoat (Professional BoatBuilder)||Transportation & Travel Assistance||750 to 6,000||.30 cents per word, and up to $400 for photographs||08/05/2016||ProBoat looks for technical articles and how-tos about boat design, repair, and every aspect that helps boating businesses succeed.|
From the source:
They look for "articles that will help them improve the efficiency or quality of their work. They want to be informed but not lectured to; they like learning from the specific experiences and perspectives of their counterparts at other companies. They want technical information on materials, methods, and design, with plenty of detail and real-world examples."
|Good Housekeeping||Health||500||Varies||08/05/2016||Magazine primarily for busy women who work outside the home.|
From the source:
"Submissions should be 500 words, about a person or event that proved to be a blessing in your life. We will also review health narratives — stories of women (or a family member) who've overcome a significant medical problem, undergone a medical "first" or had a dramatic rescue."
|Wellbeing||Culture, Society & Lifestyle, Health||800 to 2,500||AU$150 to AU$750||08/05/2016||Wellbeing magazine looks for articles based on holistic health and quality of life. This may include natural health tips, therapies, healthy cooking, and fitness. Other, more general subjects include travel, environmental issues, animal care, natural beauty, and travel.|
Payment and length, straight from the source:
"Feature articles: AU$600-$750. Article length, generally, is 2000-2500 words.
Real Life Experience: AU$150. Article length, generally, is 800-1000 words.
Photography: payment depends on the quality and size of the image/s published."
|JustParents||Family & Recreation||700 to 1,500||$60||08/05/2016||JustParents looks to teach and inform new/expecting parents about topics related to raising a healthy and successful family.|
From the source:
"JustParents provides information for parents and pregnant couples, many of whom are first time parents. Typically our articles will either be informational pieces on a certain topic of pregnancy or parenting, or a light-hearted opinion piece on an aspect of parenthood."
General length is usually 700 to 1,500 words. They pay $60 through PayPal within one day (if approved).
|Baby Corner||Family & Recreation||Varies||Varies||08/05/2016||Baby Corner covers a wide range of topics for parents and babies, including: Child health, general parenting, potty training, nutrition, fertility, and everything related to starting a family. Article length and payment varies per assignment.||Click Here|
|Outback||Destinations & World||Varies||$350||08/05/2016||From the source:|
"A bi-monthly magazine that captures the essence of remote Australia and, by showcasing it in a positive way, brings into reality a world that is unknown to many people. Essentially, OUTBACK is about life beyond the city."
Talk about experiences, general lifestyle, foods, small towns and events beyond the city. Exact length must be discussed with the author, and you are paid roughly $350 per piece.
|Chatelaine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||$1 per word||08/05/2016||This is a women's magazine that covers social issues, beauty, culture, and more.|
From the source:
"We want smart articles about everything from politics to engaging profiles to first-person narratives. The magazine is organized into five sections: Style and Beauty, Home, Health, Life and Food."
|Popular Mechanics||Web & Technology||Varies||$300 to $1,000||08/05/2016||These guys cover a wide variety of technical topics, some which include "home improvement, home maintenance, energy-saving techniques, and shop and craft projects." Other, unrelated subjects include scientific developments, boating, automotive, electronics, and photography. They pay $300 to $1,000 for features.||Click Here|
|Delta Sky||Destinations & World||100 to 2,000||Varies||08/05/2016||Delta Sky looks for pieces on travel, business, and lifestyle.|
Travel: Talk about exotic locations and what makes them great -- all while excluding obvious or well-known landmarks.
Lifestyle/business: Profile an important person and describe what makes them so unique and special.
Word count, from the source:
"Features range from 600–2,000 words. Departments include very small 100-word pieces to longer 500-word columns."
|STIR Journal||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||1,500 to 3,500||$250||06/11/2016||Note: This source, like many others, closes during certain times of the year. Check back during open submissions period.|
STIR looks for controversial and provocative works including essays, interviews, and videos that cover a sensitive subject. Sample topics may relate to social justice, food industry, gun violence, education, religion, and animal rights.
They pay at least $250 per accepted submission between 1,500 and 3,500 words.
|Bitch Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||1,000 to 2,500||$40 to $200||06/11/2016||From the source:|
"Our definition of pop culture is broad, encompassing cultural attitudes and myths, phenomena of the popular imagination, and social trends as well as movies, TV, magazines, books, advertising, and the like. We are looking for discussion-provoking critical essays that are well researched with evidence to back up claims, timely statistics, and connections between one's personal experience and larger social forces."
They accept features (2,000-2,500 words) of essays and articles on pop culture from a feminist point of view. Other departments include a detailed look at multimedia (TV, film, publishing, advertising, etc) with varying word count.
They generally pay $200 for features, and $40 to $100 for other sections.
|Lake Superior Magazine||Destinations & World||800 to 2,000||$75 to $400||06/11/2016||This magazine covers multiple topics within the Lake Superior region including places of interest, prominent people, and special events. You may also submit photos and cartoons.|
Payment and length details from the source:
"We pay on a per-piece basis, with magazine features generally paying $200 to $400. Top dollar is earned by a well-written and researched manuscript-photo package. The average feature runs 1,600 to 2,000 words. Departments and Columns average 800 to 1,200 words and usually pay from $75 to $200."
|PTO Today||Education||600 to 2,200||$150 to $700||06/11/2016||PTO Today is a magazine for parent-teacher groups. Their aim is to help improve the local education system and improve current events in your child's school. Submit pieces about parental involvement, leadership, group management, complex projects such as the building of playgrounds, and more.|
Features are typically 1,200 to 2,200 words long. Departments run 600 to 1,200 words. Features pay $200 to $700, while departments pay $150 to $400 (payment is set by assignment, not per word count).
|LiisBeth||Career||500 to 1,300||$500 to $1,000||06/11/2016||From the source:|
"We look for well-written, edgy, positive, well-informed articles that offers readers’ a feminist’s perspective on entrepreneurship."
Sample topics may include feminist enterprise founders, how feminist businesswomen see the world, overall experiences in the workforce, sexism in the business world, and much more.
They pay $500 for short submissions between 500-800 words, and $1,000 for longer submissions of 1,000-1,300 words.
|Fireside Fiction||Stories - Fiction||Up to 5,000||12.5 cents per word||06/11/2016||Note: This source, like many others, closes during certain times of the year. Check back during open submissions period.|
From the source:
Fireside looks for "original, unpublished flash fiction (1,000 words or less) and original, unpublished short stories up to 5,000 words.." More specifically, they accept sci-fi, romance, horror, crime, western, and much more. They encourage you to get creative.
|Ploughshares (pshares.org)||Career||Varies||$250||06/11/2016||Ploughshares looks for essay submissions about writers who have been overlooked or are otherwise not fully acknowledged. They pay $250 per accepted submission.||Click Here|
|Verge Magazine||Destinations & World||500 to 2,000||Varies||06/11/2016||This magazine teaches people the values of traveling with meaning, such as volunteering or studying overseas.|
From the source:
"often profiles a person or group of people doing something exceptional as part of their travels, or whose travels have led them to do something exceptional. Feature articles explore ways that meaningful travel contributes to a greater understanding of world cultures and issues."
Other topics may include tips on saving money while traveling, or useful gadgets to carry with you. They have several departments ranging from 500 to 2,00 words. Payment is discussed with the editor.
|G Magazine||Health||800 to 2,500||$400 to $1,500||06/11/2016||From the source:|
G Magazine caters to people who are "interested in reducing their ecological footprint, but without abandoning their quality of life. They are readers who are increasingly aware of the toll human activity is taking on our fragile planet and wish to take steps to mitigate those impacts, but who may be confused by all the conflicting information."
They touch on common and emerging environmental issues while covering fashion, foods, the home, travel, and more. Their aim is to profile everyday products that can help people lower "their environmental impact."
Features range from 800 to 2,500 words. Payment starts at $400 and can go up to $1,500.
|Providence||Law and Justice||500 to 4,000||$100 to $1,000||06/11/2016||From the source:|
"Providence publishes widely on matters intersecting Christian faith and theology with national security and foreign policy, international relations, political theory, defense, war, terrorism, global economy, energy, etc."
Web-based content runs 500 to 1,000 words. For print (book reviews, essays, lead features) length ranges from 800 to 4,000 words.
Website content pays $100 per post. Print book reviews pay $250, and essays and features pay $500 to $1,000.
|Polygon||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||.25 cents per word||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"Polygon is looking for original work, new ideas and new ways of telling stories. We are looking for features that will enhance the reader's understanding of and appreciation for video games, the people who make them and the business of selling them."
Length is assigned by the editor. Payment is .25 cents per published word.
|Parabola||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 to 3,000||$75 to $400||05/28/2016||Parabola focuses on "exploration of the quest for meaning as it is expressed in the world’s myths, symbols, and religious traditions, with particular emphasis on the relationship between this store of wisdom and our modern life."|
Every issues covers a specific theme, for example: Ceremonies, addiction, hospitality, and prayer. They (rarely) accept fiction, but typically prefer analysis, poems, and book reviews.
Stories run 500 to 3000 words depending on submission type. They typically pay between $150 and $400, while "epicycles" earn you $75.
|Great Escape Publishing||Freelance||300 to 600||$50 to $200||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"Great Escape Publishing publishes articles on the craft and business of getting paid to travel, whether by writing, photography, tours or other means. We also publish short interviews with successful readers and members, as well as professionals working in a field that enables our readers to get paid to travel."
|Fiction Vortex||Stories - Fiction||Up to 3,500||$50 to $300||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"Fiction Vortex only accepts speculative fiction that we can turn into serial/episodic fiction for a Serial Box. We want sci-fi, fantasy, horror, supernatural, alternate history, alternate realities, etc."
While there is no minimum length, they prefer stories shorter than 3,500 words. They pay $300 for featured stories and $50 for honorable mentions distributed each quarter. Payments are processed via PayPal.
|The Airstory Review||Freelance||2,000 minimum||$400||05/28/2016||The Airstory Review looks for pieces about the world of writing. More specifically, you can pitch articles about...|
From the source:
"Non-fiction writing of any length
Fiction writing of any length
The life of the writer
Blogging and content marketing
Intersections of writing worlds or writing with other worlds
|Babble||Family & Recreation||About 1,200||Varies||05/28/2016||Babble focuses on parenting, children, pregnancy, and family lifestyle. Length tends to vary, with an average being 1,200 words. Specific details are discussed with the editor when sending your query.||Click Here|
|The Lookout||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||1,200 to 1,400||.11 cents per word||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"Our emphasis is on the needs of ordinary Christians who want to grow in their faith rather than on trained theologians or church leaders."
Their topics are varied and may include discipleship, social involvement, current issues, and sensitive family subjects in relation to Christianity.
Typical article length is 1,200 to 1,400 words, and payment goes up to .11 cents per word.
|Conspiracy Club||General||1,500 to 2,000||$50||05/28/2016||Conspiracy Club looks for stories and news that supports (or debunks) conspiracy theories by relying on credible sources and thorough research. Payment is $50 per 1,500-2,000-word submission.||Click Here|
|See the Elephant (Metaphysical Circus Press)||Stories - Fiction||500 to 6,000||.05 to .06 cents per word||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"We are interested in fiction with a metaphysical slant—fiction that questions consensual reality and pushes the boundaries of genre—by both new and established writers from a variety of cultural and philosophical traditions. Styles include the fantastic, magical realism, the weird, slipstream, fabulist, metaphysical, psychological and supernatural horror."
Length varies (generally 500 to 6,000 words) and pays between .05 to .06 cents per word.
|Pulp Literature||Stories - Fiction||Fewer than 7,000 words||.05 to .07 cents per word||05/28/2016||These guys accept virtually all type of fiction, as long as your stories are entertaining and thought-provoking. These may include romance, mystery, fantasy, poetry, comics, illustrations, novellas, and much more.|
They prefer short stories over long pieces/novellas most of the time.
|The Big Roundtable||Freelance, General||5,000 to 30,000||Varies||05/28/2016||This website looks for true stories between 5k and 30k words. All submissions are accompanied by a 'Donate' button, allowing readers to donate a minimum if they enjoy your story.||Click Here|
|Hawaii Magazine||Destinations & World||Varies||Varies||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"HAWAII uses freelance writers on a wide variety of subjects, including travel stories, personality profiles, stories on activities, history, culture, music, food and environmental sustainability. All stories must be related to Hawaii, though we do consider stories about Hawaii-related events on the mainland."
|Guideposts||Culture, Society & Lifestyle, General||1,500 words||$250 (estimate)||05/28/2016||From the source:|
"Guideposts publishes true stories about people who have attained a goal, surmounted an obstacle or learned a helpful lesson through their faith. A typical story is a first-person narrative with a spiritual point that the reader can apply to his or her own life."
Length is typically around 1,500 words, and payment is said to be $250 per story.
|Canoe & Kayak Magazine||Transportation & Travel Assistance||250 to 1,600||Up to $800||05/28/2016||This source looks for expert stories, news, profiles & tips on paddling|
From the source:
"If you don’t have experience with canoeing, kayaking or rafting, save your query for a general-interest magazine. C&K is written by and for people who are passionate about paddling."
Length runs from 250 to 1,600 words depending on the type of submission. Pay goes up to $800 per accepted submission.
|True Story Magazine||Freelance, General||05/28/2016||$300||05/28/2016||This source publishes "exceptional work of creative nonfiction." They pay $300 for works consisting of 3,500 to 7,000 words. Note: There is a $3 convenience fee to submit your story online.||Click Here|
|The Nation||Law and Justice||750 to 6,000||Varies||05/04/2016||The Nation is interested in news on national/international affairs, civil liberties, economics, feminist issues and general politics.|
From the source:
"We run comments (approximately 750 words), which are brief analyses of news developments, e.g., a Supreme Court decision or a change of government in Mexico; and articles (typically 1500-2500 words), which combine reporting and analysis to provide in-depth looks at issues and investigative reports (usually 2000 to 6000 words)."
|Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine||Stories - Fiction||250 minimum; 2,000 to 8,000 avg||05 to 08 cents per word||05/04/2016||From the source:|
"We publish every kind of mystery short story: the psychological suspense tale, the deductive puzzle, the private eye case—the gamut of crime and detection from the realistic (including the policeman's lot and stories of police procedure) to the more imaginative (including "locked rooms" and "impossible crimes")."
|Cultures & Cuisines||Food and Drink||800 to 3,000||$200 per submission||05/04/2016||This publication seeks pieces about food and travel. As they put it, they look for “informed, intelligent, well-written narratives about the places, both literal and imaginary, where food and travel meet.”||Click Here|
|Your Genealogy Today (Family Chronicle)||Family & Recreation||~1,200 words, on average||.08 cents per word||05/04/2016||This magazine focuses on family research. "Your Genealogy Today is generally a "how-to" magazine. Most articles should give clear information about how the reader can conduct their research."||Click Here|
|1859 Oregon Magazine||Destinations & World||Varies||.30-.50 cents per word||05/04/2016||This magazine is all about Oregon. It covers subjects about its history, current events, landscapes and everything there is to know about it.|
Earn between .30 to .50 cents per word – though web-based submissions are paid at a lower rate. Send a brief letter with your story idea, several clips and a summary containing your credentials. Also include your contact information along with your submission.
|Hakai Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||300 to 3,000||$200 or more||05/03/2016||From the source:|
"Hakai Magazine explores science and society in coastal ecosystems. Our editorially independent, web-based publication examines the ties between the ocean, land, and human societies through long- and short-form journalism, illustration, photography, and video."
They cover multiple sections ranging from 300 words to 3,000 words. They pay $200 for one of their sections, but the amount ultimately varies depending on content length and quality.
|Adirondack Life||Culture, Society & Lifestyle, Destinations & World||1,000 to 3,500||Up to $1,050||05/03/2016||This is a regional magazine that covers the culture, history, recreation and wildlife in the Adirondacks. They do not accept poetry or fiction.|
Departments run from 1,000 to 1,800 words, while features run from 1,500 to 3,500 words. They pay .30 cents per published word.
|Whole Life Times||Health||800 to 1,000||$35 to $150||03/14/2016||From the source:|
"We are open to stories on holistic and integrative health, alternative healing, green living, sustainability and organic food, yoga, spirituality and personal growth, social responsibility, conscious business, the environment—in short, anything that deals with a progressive, healthy lifestyle."
They accept up to three long-form submissions (800-1,000 words) that pay $75 to $150. They also host other smaller departments that pay $25 to $125 depending on word count and subject matter.
|Bless this List||Freelance, General||1,500 or more||$100||03/14/2016||Bless this List is similar to ListVerse.com, accepting lists based on varied subjects. They pay $100 per accepted list.|
From the source:
- Must include 10 items or more
– Links to pictures and YouTube are optional
– Lists must be at least 1,500 words (150 words per entry)
– Include an introductory paragraph for the list
|Power for Living (David C Cook)||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||750 to 1,600||$125 to $375||03/14/2016||From the source:|
"This weekly take-home paper for adults is filled with inspiring articles about famous and ordinary Christians whose insights demonstrate following Christ. Featuring reports on unique ministries, world missions, spiritual trends, and issues that affect families. Includes stories that are written by or about well-known authors on key faith concepts, social concerns, prayer, and much more. "
Average article length consists of 1,500 words and pays up to $375. Shorter pieces are also accepted (750 to 1,000 words) and pay $125. Finally, they also accept poems and pay $50.
|North of 50||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||300 to 2,000||Up to $200||03/14/2016||They accept pieces based on social issues, health, finance, recreation, travel and related, original ideas.|
From the source:
"Our readers are forty plus and socially aware. We like "issues" articles that inform, educate and instigate discussion. We like history and lifestyle pieces, regional, personality and arts stories.
|Experience Life||Health||Up to 3,500||Varies||02/23/2016||Submit articles based on health and well-being. This is for people interested in exercise, healthy eating, self-improvement, living an active life and staying informed about everything related.|
They include three features (2,500 to 3,500 words) and several departments of shorter length.
|Today’s Christian Living||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||50 to 1,800||$25 to $150||02/23/2016||This magazine covers multiple departments and topics. They focus on "inspirational stories about how the Lord has touched the lives of both ordinary and well-known Christians in remarkable ways. Regular columns include humor, health, finance, book reviews, and more."|
Payment and word count information from the source:
"Less than 650 words: $25; 650-800 words, $75; 801-1,199 words, $100; 1,200-1,800 words, $150."
|Senior Living||Family & Recreation||150 to 2,000||Varies||02/23/2016||Magazine that accepts articles about active living for seniors. They accept a wide variety of topics such as travel, gardening, cooking, volunteer work, news pieces that relates to seniors, trends, and much more.|
Features go from 1,200 to 2,00 words. Other departments start at 150 words.
|Knoji.com Consumer Advice||Freelance, General||Varies||$50 to $200||02/23/2016||From the source:|
"To better serve these customers, we've launched a new article series called Consumer Guides - these pieces provide an in-depth look into companies and the products and services they offer. We aim to provide unique and differentiated insight into products and services to help shoppers make better purchasing decisions when comparing products and services online."
|Indian Life||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Up to 2,000||.15 cents per word||02/23/2016||From the source:|
"The newspaper is designed to help the Native North American church speak to the social, cultural and spiritual needs of her people and reaches every province and state of English-speaking North America."
Most submissions must have a biblical element to them. They accept fiction, news, positive themes and experiences, and poetry.
The writing style can be simple and friendly. Article length varies by subject, with a maximum of 2,000 words. Payment is 15 cents per word, $40 per photo and poetry, and $30 for fillers.
|North Coast Journal||Destinations & World||500 to 4,000||$40 to $400||02/23/2016||They cover all aspects about Humboldt County from news pieces, trends, current issues, and way of life. Each submission should have a news element but with a personalized touch to make readers really feel what the topic is about.||Click Here|
|Family Tree||Family & Recreation||Varies||Varies||02/23/2016||From the source:|
"Family Tree Magazine is a special-interest consumer magazine that helps readers discover, preserve and celebrate their family's history. We cover genealogy, ethnic heritage, personal history, genealogy websites and software, photography and photo preservation, and other ways that families connect with their past."
|Recreation News||Destinations & World||600 to 1,000||$50 to $300||02/23/2016||From the source:|
"Our target readership is governmental and corporate employees working in theNational Capital Region (Washington, D.C., its Virginia and Maryland suburbs, and Baltimore). They want to know about relaxing, stimulating, and interesting activities for their leisure time. Your story must address that need.
Most of our features cover destinations and activities within a day or weekend drive of the Baltimore-Washington region – encompassing all or parts of Maryland, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania."
|Covey Rise||Family & Recreation||1,000 to 1,500||Varies||02/03/2016||They cover all aspects of upland sporting. Features generally cover "destinations, interesting people involved in any facet of the upland sporting world (conservationists, designers, educators, gunsmiths, manufacturers), venues (lodges, plantations, sporting camps), fine art and artists, craftsmen, hunting dogs, and culinary."|
Length goes from 1,000 to 1,500 words, and payment must be negotiated (based on experience).
|Grand||Family & Recreation||300 to 450||Varies||02/03/2016||From the source:|
"directly relates to the role of grandparenting and/or the relationship between grandparents and their adult children “the parents” and everything and anything about grandchildren. Our readers are also interested in finance, education, nutrition, healthy aging, care giving, caring for our parents, entertainment, sports; you name it . Our audience is overwhelmingly “baby boomers” who love to travel, look and feel good and leave a legacy."
|DeSoto Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 to 1,000||15 cents per word||02/03/2016||From the source:|
"DeSoto Magazine, produced by DeSoto Media, is an upscale lifestyles publication focused on stories about life in Mississippi, Memphis and the Southeast...
Features – 900 to 1000 words
Essays – 500 to 600 words
Departments – 600 to 800 words"
Pays .15 cents per word. Writers are paid within 60 days of publication.
|Horizon Edition||Destinations & World||200 to 2,500||$100 to $450||02/03/2016||From the source:|
"Our target audience is business and leisure travelers, the majority of whom are between the ages of 35 and 54...
...Rates begin at $100 for The Region section, a series of short (200 to 500 words) news articles and profiles from around the Pacific Northwest. Rates for departments, which may include corporate and industry profiles, regional-issue analysis, and travel and community profiles, start at $250; departments run about 1,600 words in length. Feature rates start at $450 for 2,000 to 2,500 words."
|RankPay||Freelance, General||1,500 words or more||$100||02/03/2016||RankPay looks for articles on SEO, social media and other content marketing subjects. They require a minimum of 1,500 words, along with other standard post features such as images, verified facts and proper attribution. Perfect for experienced marketers familiar with copywriting and online success.||Click Here|
|H&E Naturalist||Destinations & World||800 to 1,250||$72 to $93 (estimated)||02/03/2016||Magazine by naturalists for naturalists. Talk about travel, politics, life experiences, health, and just about anything from a naturalist perspective.|
Length: 800 to 1,250 words. Pays roughly $93 without photo, about $72 with photos.
|Curve||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Up to 2,000||Varies||02/03/2016||From the source:|
"Curve, the nation’s best-selling lesbian magazine, spotlights all that is fresh, funny, exciting, controversial and cutting-edge in the lesbian community. Our editorial content profiles lesbian heroes and icons, illuminates trends, and offers a lesbian and woman centered perspective on issues and events."
Highlight people and their causes, discuss trends, controversial issues and more.
|The Hoth||Freelance, General||Varies||Varies||02/03/2016||This site connects you with clients from all walks of life As a result, word count and payment varies.||Click Here|
|Police Fleet Manager Mag (Hendon Media Group)||Law and Justice||1,800 to 2,400||.10 to .25 cents per word||01/04/2016||This source focuses on everything related to law enforcement. "The purpose is to improve police operations in the widest sense. For instance, this may be accomplished by informing police departments across the country of a successful program being implemented by one particular police department."||Click Here|
|Washington Law & Politics||Law and Justice||Varies||Varies||01/04/2016||Magazine primarily read by those involved in law enforcement and people in the media and general government. First-time contributors should submit a resume and relevant clips. Word count and payment is discussed and arranged with the editor.||Click Here|
|EnRoute||Destinations & World||200 to 1,700||Varies||01/04/2016||Travel and lifestyle magazine specializing in interesting places, foods, city guides, music, local trends and much more. Articles range from 200 to 1,700 words depending on department. Payment is based on experience and overall quality.||Click Here|
|Country Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||400 to 500||$25 to $250||01/04/2016||This magazine is all about country living. Places, events, lifestyle, and everything in between. They pay $25 for short humorous stories, and $250 for longer pieces of at least one page. Length is typically 400-500 words.||Click Here|
|Mother Earth Living||Health||Varies||Varies||01/04/2016||From the source:|
"We strive to create a readable, positive, user-friendly magazine that will be entertaining and informative for readers interested in living a healthy, environmentally conscious lifestyle.....
...Articles in the four departments—Home, Health, Food and Garden—should be succinct and shorter than features. Features are longer and frequently require vendor resources—information on where you can buy certain products."
|Cottage Life||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||250 to 3,000||Varies||01/04/2016||Magazine about water-based cottagers. "The magazine has a strong service slant, combining useful “how-to” journalism with coverage of the people, trends, and issues in cottage country. We run columns and shorter features on subjects such as boating, building projects, cottage design and architecture, nature, personal cottage experience, and environmental, political, and financial issues of concern to cottagers."|
Shorter pieces (news, humor, service items and more) are generally up to 250 words. Major features range from 1,500 to 3,000 words.
|Alaska Airlines||Transportation & Travel Assistance||200 to 2,500||$150 to $700||01/04/2016||From the source:|
"We look for writing with vivid visual images, anecdotes and a strong narrative flow. We are interested in writers who can cover business with insight and style; local writers who can lend inside perspective to our destination and travel columns; journalists who write with a sense of humor, though we do not publish a humor column."
|Tactical Response Mag (Hendon Media Group)||Law and Justice||1,800 to 2,400||.10 to .25 cents per word||01/04/2016||This source focuses on everything related to law enforcement. "The purpose is to improve police operations in the widest sense. For instance, this may be accomplished by informing police departments across the country of a successful program being implemented by one particular police department."||Click Here|
|Crime Magazine||Law and Justice||1,500 to 20,000||$25 to $100||01/03/2016||This source looks for real-life stories based on the justice system: Solved/unsolved murder cases, serial killers, forensics, current issues in the system, and everything related to justice. They do not publish fiction.|
Word count ranges from 1,500 to 20,000 words. They pay $25 for reprints, $50-$75 for 3,500 word pieces, and up to $100 for longer content.
|Our Homes.Ca||Home & Garden||200 to 900 words||.25 cents per word minimum||01/03/2016||Magazine dedicated to homes, real estate and decor in select regions of Ontario.|
From the source:
"This information is provided through a series of short pieces and longer features that range between 200 and 900 words. There are permanent OUR HOMES sections in each edition of the magazine. The word count for these sections is often consistent for each issue.
OUR HOMES demands accurate and lively writing that demonstrates knowledge of home building and decoration. Interviews and research are required."
|Hendon Media Group||Law and Justice||1,800 to 2,400||.10 to .25 cents per word||01/03/2016||This source focuses on everything related to law enforcement. "The purpose is to improve police operations in the widest sense. For instance, this may be accomplished by informing police departments across the country of a successful program being implemented by one particular police department."|
Payment and word count, from the source:
"Our publications pay by the word: $0.10 per word to officers; $0.15 per word to freelance journalists; and $0.25 per word to regular contributors. Manuscripts are to be between 1,800 and 2,400 words."
|Law and Order (Hendon Media Group)||Law and Justice||1,800 to 2,400||.10 to .25 cents per word||01/03/2016||This source focuses on everything related to law enforcement. "The purpose is to improve police operations in the widest sense. For instance, this may be accomplished by informing police departments across the country of a successful program being implemented by one particular police department."|
Payment and word count, from the source:
"Our publications pay by the word: $0.10 per word to officers; $0.15 per word to freelance journalists; and $0.25 per word to regular contributors. Manuscripts are to be between 1,800 and 2,400 words."
|Inside Supply Management||General||700 to 2,500||Varies||01/03/2016||This magazine's focus is "to support ISM's mission to lead supply management by targeting those professionals positioned to first experience changes, trends and critical issues in the field. These individuals are concerned with strategy, broad business issues, how supply management fits into larger enterprise goals and insights on new "hot" topics.|
...The editorial content concentrates on trends, current issues, and visions of thought leaders and supply management executives."
|Sew News||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$50 to $500||01/03/2016||From SewNews:|
"Articles should teach a specific technique, inspire the reader to try a project, introduce the reader to a new product or company related to sewing, or inform the reader about current fashion and sewing trends. Sew News' primary focus is garment sewing for women, but we also include stories on sewing for men, children and specialty groups like senior citizens, plus sizes, petites and the handicapped."
|Law Officer Mag||Law and Justice||Varies||Up to $350||01/03/2016||This magazine covers a wide variety of topics within the justice system: News, investigations, laws, tactical training, and more. These include "up-to-the-minute news stories on law enforcement topics, and an editorial section composed of columns and other articles written by our contributors, and also contains the online archive of articles published in the print magazine."||Click Here|
|Home Energy Mag||Home & Garden||400 to 3,500||.20 cents per word (up to $500)||12/04/2015||From the source:|
Most articles describe a technology or technique for making homes more efficient. Readers often must estimate how much energy will be saved by a particular measure. The typical Home Energy article includes information on:
show how the device works or how to implement the measure;
field data on measured energy savings and economics;
other field experience regarding installation, performance, and consumer response; and
recommendations for appropriate applications.
|O Scale Trains||Arts and Entertainment||Up to 1,500 words||$150 or more||12/04/2015||From the source:|
"We are looking for articles from model builders who feel their models and/or modeling techniques and experiences would be of interest and benefit to others. In evaluating articles, we look at the quality of accompanying photos and illustrations (diagrams, drawings, etc.), content of the how-to-material, and to a much lesser degree, the writing style."
Articles should not go over 1,500 words. They pay at least $150 depending on overall length and quality.
|The Krazy Coupon Lady||Career||200 to 800||$50||12/04/2015||Submit articles on saving money through coupons and via other creative means. Articles can be about style, fashion, home, gardening, travel, family, coupons, and more. Submissions should be between 200 and $800 words, and you are paid $50 via PayPal.||Click Here|
|Scale Auto||Arts and Entertainment||750 to 3,000||Varies||12/04/2015||From Scale Auto:|
"Above all, our readers like how-to material: how to paint, how to scratchbuild, how to chop a roof, etc. Our readers want to know how to make their models better, so any help or advice you can offer is what modelers will want to read. Features about your own modeling projects also make worthy topics. A step-by-step writeup with clear, close-up photos can relay techniques and shortcuts to other modelers."
Length is usually between 750 to 3,000 words (the shorter the better). Payment is discussed with the writer.
|Trains Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||Varies||$15 to $300||12/04/2015||From Trains:|
"TRAINS buys news stories and feature articles covering railroading's past and present, including first-person recollections."
Photos and supporting details (such as a map, if applicable) should also be included. Word count varies. Payment, including images: $15 to $300.
|McCall’s Quilting||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$225 to $400||12/04/2015||Instructional articles and design techniques for quilters of all levels. Photographs should be included.|
Payment details from the source:
Upon acceptance of your design, a design fee ranging from $225-$400 will be sent to you, with design credit given to you in the magazine. The design fee is broken down as follows:
|Model Cars||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||Varies||12/04/2015||From the source:|
"We are always looking for new and exciting articles and features on models, ranging from in-depth how-to’s, tips and tricks, builder profiles, features, and even tongue-in-cheek pieces that makes our readers laugh."
All in all, you have a lot of freedom with your submissions, though they prefer technical "how-to" pieces on model car building. Payment and word count varies (discussed with the editor).
|Threads Mag||Arts and Entertainment||500 to 600||Varies||12/04/2015||Magazine dedicated to sewing, general tips, patterns, and related how-to pieces. Articles should be between 500 to 500 words in length. The following guidelines are for a call for closures (as of this writing).||Click Here|
|Model Railroader||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$75 to $100||12/04/2015||From Model Railroader:|
"We publish articles on all aspects of model railroading and on prototype (real) railroading as a subject for modeling. Here's a general list of our requirements:"
Articles must be neat and cannot jump around. Illustrations and an easy-to-follow checklist are required. Payment is $75 to $100.
|Coinage Mag||General||2,000 to 4,000||Varies||12/04/2015||Magazine dedicated to coin collectors and enthusiasts.|
"We are particularly interested in fresh articles that put the past into perspective with the present. We also accept articles pertaining to coin auction and show coverage, currency, errors, modern and proof coinage, precious metals and bullion, commemoratives, ancients, colonials and historic numismatic figures."
Articles should be between 2,000 to 4,000 words with 10 to 15 usable photos. Payment varies.
|Log Home Living||Home & Garden||1,500 to 2,000||Varies ($100 kill fee available)||12/04/2015||From Log Home Living:|
"Log Home Living is a monthly magazine for people who own or are planning to build contemporary log homes. It is devoted almost exclusively to modern manufactured and handcrafted kit log homes. Our interest in historical or nostalgic stories of very old log cabins, reconstructed log homes, or one-of-a-kind owner-built homes is secondary and should be queried first."
|PieceWork Mag||General||1,500 to 4,000||Varies||12/04/2015||This magazine focuses on all aspects of needlework used throughout the world. Articles are generally related to knitting, quilting, tatting, and tutorials on various designs.|
Word count ranges from 1,500 to 4,000 words. Overall length and payment varies depending on subject matter.
|The Parachutist||Arts and Entertainment||1,000 to 1,500||Varies||12/04/2015||Magazine dedicated to skydiving tips and destinations for this adventurous sport. Articles should include at least one image, and word count is usually 1,000 to 1,500 words. Payment varies per article.||Click Here|
|Doll Collector Mag||General||500 to 1,200||$50 to $150||11/22/2015||From the source:|
"Our stories explore every facet of the world of dolls, including: antique dolls and their makers; doll collectors and their collections; doll artists and their art; current trends in dolls; and dolls in society. "
Word count goes from 500 to 1,200, and they pay $50 to $150 depending on quality and photos included. You receive payment 60 to 90 days after your article is published.
|KitPlanes||Transportation & Travel Assistance||Around 2,000||$250 to $1,000||11/22/2015||All articles are written "by actual aircraft builders and recognized experts who are active in the field. KITPLANES accepts freelance articles on all phases of aircraft construction, from basic design, to flight trials, to construction technique in wood, metal and composite."|
Features generally run about 2,000 words, and payment ranges between $250 and $1,000.
|Fibre Focus||General||Varies||$30 per page||11/22/2015||From the source:|
"Fibre Focus provides weaving, spinning, dyeing, knitting, basketry, felt making and papermaking as well as sheep raising and craft supply information to the membership. Included with organisation news are profiles of craftspeople, how-to articles, techniques, news of interest in the fibre world, new developments in fibres and equipment, book reviews, events and competitions."
|FineScale Modeler||General||750 to 2,500||Varies||11/22/2015||This magazine looks for topics on "how to improve a kit; how to make parts you can’t buy, or how to make them better; various ways to paint; how to achieve a difficult color scheme; how to build a display or diorama; and so on."|
Article length is typically 750 to 2,500 words. Payment varies on length and overall quality/subject.
|Expanded Horizons||Stories - Fiction||Up to 6,000||$30||11/02/2015||Expanded Horizons looks for speculative fiction, essays and poems that highlights under-represented people and biases within the genre. "We created Expanded Horizons so that those whose points of view tend to be under-represented, or represented unrealistically or negatively in most speculative fiction may speak out in their own voice."|
There is no hard minimum, but submissions tend to be up to 6,000 words. They pay $30 per accepted submission.
|GigaNotoSaurus||Stories - Fiction||5,000 to 25,000||$100||11/02/2015||This source wants science fiction and fantasy ranging from 5,000 to 25,000 words in length.|
From the source:
"We do want a variety of settings, styles, viewpoints, and backgrounds. This includes but is not limited to cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and genders. GigaNotoSaurus publishes one story a month. We pay $100 per story on acceptance."
|Chronicle Mag||Destinations & World||500 to 2,500||$10 to $75||11/02/2015||From Chronicle magazine:|
"Topics for Feature Articles should revolve around a Michigan-related subject, and more than half of the article’s content should take place within Michigan. We welcome articles about people from Michigan, but more than 50 percent of the content should involve their contribution to the history of Michigan."
Submissions for features should be between 1,500 and 2,500 words. Members earn $75 plus five complimentary copies of their magazine, while non-members earn $50.
They also accept historical tidbits (obscure historical info) between 500 to 1,000 words. These pay $10 to $20 for non-members and members, respectively.
|American Quilter||Arts and Entertainment||500 to 1,500||Varies||11/02/2015||Magazine dedicated to quilters from all walks of life, giving details on techniques, abilities and unique styles. General length goes from 500 to 1,500 words, and payment varies by length and overall quality.||Click Here|
|Alabama Heritage||Destinations & World||250 to 4,500||Varies||11/02/2015||From Alabama Heritage:|
"quarterly historical magazine designed for a general audience. We publish articles on local, state, and regional history, art, literature, language, archeology, music, religion, architecture, and natural history. "
Features are generally 2,000 to 4,500 words, and short pieces are 250 to 1,200 words. Payment must be discussed with the editor.
|Range Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 to 2,000||$50 to $400||11/02/2015||Range needs articles about sustaining successful family ranches, as well as maintaining the land and livestock. They also look for profiles of cowboys, sheepherders and other workers in the field.|
Word count and payment, form the source:
"Regular features, tightly written, run 1,200-2,000 words; mini-features 600-1,200 words. Columns and "Confessions of Red Meat Survivors" (great nostalgia about people over 80) run 500-650 words. Payments are from $50 to $400 per article. RANGE buys First North American serial rights."
|Speck Lit||Stories - Fiction||100 words||5 cents per word||11/02/2015||They look for submissions of 100 words of fewer. These include fiction (fantasy, fairy tales, myths, and all else) as well as non-fiction such as book and movie reviews.|
They pay 5 cents per word for fiction. You are not compensated for non-fiction.
|Kasma||Stories - Fiction||1,000 to 5,000||2 cents per word||11/02/2015||Kasma accepts general science fiction, although the editor is flexible and enjoys the plots that come as a surprise. Length should be between 1k to 5k words, and payment is 2 cents per word via PayPal in Canadian Dollars.||Click Here|
|Intergalactic Medicine Show||Stories - Fiction||Varies||6 cents per word||11/02/2015||This website looks for science fiction and fantasy stories of any length.|
From the source:
""Science fiction" includes hard sf, sf adventure, alternate history, near-future, far-future, psi, alien, and any other kind of sf you can think of. "Fantasy" includes heroic fantasy (based on any culture's mythology), fairy tales, contemporary fantasy, and "horror"..."
|Western Pennsylvania History Mag||Destinations & World||400 to 4,000||$250||11/02/2015||Articles must be based on primary sources or original analysis of current or historical events. They also accept related book reviews of roughly 400 words. Features range between 3,000 and 4,000 words.|
Book reviews are not paid, but all other submissions pay $250.
|History Mag||Destinations & World||2,000 to 2,500||.8 cents per word; $7 for images||11/02/2015||History magazine works to answer the question, "How did we get here?" and covers many historical subjects dating several centuries back. These are based on inventions, conflicts, war, and everything that makes us who we are today.|
Article length is generally 2,000 to 2,500 words. They pay 8 cents per published word, in addition to $7 for images.
|Sci Phi Journal||Stories - Fiction||100 to 5,000||.5 cents per word||11/02/2015||From the source:|
"We are looking for science fiction stories that explore a philosophical idea or have a philosophical hook. The “Phi” part is more important than the “Sci” part, fantasy, time travel, steam punk, slipstream, etc."
They also accept non-fiction submissions with a philosophical theme, possibly using some science-fiction elements as as launching points for your ideas. Word count: 100 to 5,000. Pays 5 cents per word.
|Escape Pod||Stories - Fiction||2,000 to 6,000||.06 per word; $100 for reprints||11/02/2015||They are fairly flexible on the definition of science, and may even accept superhero stories. However, there are subjects and themes they do not accept.|
From the source:
"...We are not looking for fantasy, magical realism, or more than a tinge of horror. If your story isn’t centered on science, technology, future projections, alternate history, and how any or all of these things intersect with people, we’re probably not the right market for it."
|Renaissance Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||2,000 words||.10 cents per word; $7.50 per image||11/02/2015||From the source:|
"Renaissance Magazine accepts unsolicited queries and manuscripts related to the Renaissance and late Middle Periods, including but not limited to: historical articles, martial arts, travel, interviews with artisans, articles on the SCA and related re-enactment groups, and the Renaissance Faire experience. "
Average article length is 2,000 words, although longer material may be considered. They pay 10 cents per word, and $7.50 per photo/image.
|American Spirit||Destinations & World||Up to 2,000||Varies||11/02/2015||From the source:|
"American Spirit focuses on Early American history, historic preservation, genealogy, patriotism, civics education, women’s history and biography, and historic travel and tourism. The magazine’s primary timeframe encompasses the Colonial period, the 200-plus years between the Jamestown colony and the 1820s."
|Psychology for Living||Health||300 to 1,700||$75 to $200||11/01/2015||From the source:|
"We publish articles that apply sound Biblical and psychological principles to the everyday issues of life and that cover a wide range of personal and relational needs. Articles range from those that deal with in depth psychological problems (such as "Understanding Bi-polar Disorders"), those that address communication and family relationships, others that deal with emotions such as fear, guilt, shame and anger"
Shorter pieces are usually 300 to 500 words, with longer ones between 1,200 to 1,700 words. They pay $125 for articles shorter than 1,200 words, and $200 for longer pieces. They also accept previously-published material for $75.
|Transition Mag||Health||Varies||$50 to $200||11/01/2015||Transition magazine (based on Canada) publishes articles about mental health issues, and details the personal experiences of those who suffer(ed) from such.|
No article length is specified at the moment, but payment is "$50.00 per printed page; $50.00 per published visual art work; and $200.00 for cover art."
|Diabetes Health Mag||Health||500 to 1,500||Varies||11/01/2015||They seek articles on the latest diabetes news, research, techniques and opinion. Feature articles should not exceed 1,500 words, while shorter pieces (opinions and letter to the editor) are about 500 words. Payment varies by experience and article length.||Click Here|
|Yoga Journal||Health||150 to 1,400||Varies||11/01/2015||Yoga Journal seeks articles about best yoga practices and techniques, healthy foods (vegetarian, whole foods, etc) and other subjects for yoga lovers. Length ranges from 150 to 1,400 words, and payment varies depending on subject and quality.||Click Here|
|Diabetes Self-Management Mag||Health||2,000 to 3,000||Varies||11/01/2015||From the source:|
"Diabetes Self-Management magazine is written for the growing number of people with diabetes who want to know more about controlling and managing their diabetes. Our readers need up-to-date and authoritative information on nutrition, pharmacology, exercise, medical advances, self-help, and a host of other how-to subjects."
Article length is between 2,000 to 3,000 words, and payment varies by overall quality. They do not accept previously-published articles.
|Caregiver's Home Companion||Family & Recreation||200 to 1,000||$100||11/01/2015||From caregiver's Home Companion:|
"The Caregiver’s Home Companion publishes articles devoted to helping family caregivers improve the quality of life for themselves and their loved ones. We look at situations covering long- and short-term disabilities involving parents, siblings, spouses, uncles and aunts. Primarily, however, we focus on children taking care of elderly parents."
Sidebars are 200-300 words long, and regular articles 800-1,000 words long. They pay up to $100 based on overall quality.
|Fit Pregnancy||Health||550 to 1,800||Varies||11/01/2015||From the source:|
"FIT PREGNANCY is a website covering health, nutrition, exercise, psychology, food, fashion and beauty issues related to pregnancy. It also includes editorial for parents of babies up to 2 years of age."
They seek articles on safe workouts while pregnant, postpartum-related pieces, breastfeeding issues, and healthy foods for women and their baby.
Features should be between 1,000 and 1,800 words, and columns between 550 and 1,000 words. Payment varies with each article.
|Idea Fitness Journal||Health||1,200 to 3,500||Varies||11/01/2015||Idea Fitness Journal looks for advanced, comprehensive and factual articles about health and fitness for both consumers and professionals. Discuss the latest techniques, issues and every type of information that can help individuals succeed and help fitness professionals get better at what they already do.|
From the source:
"Our readership includes personal trainers, fitness facility staff, fitness instructors, program directors, business owners and managers, and other health and wellness professionals."
Features are roughly 3,000 to 3,500 words in length, and columns 1,200 to 1,400. Payment is ultimately determined by the editor.
|American Angler||Family & Recreation||300 to 2,200||$200 to $450||10/31/2015||American Angler publishes submissions about coldwater flyy fishing, and sometimes warmwater and saltwater. Short features pay $200 to $400, while longer ones pay a minimum of $450.|
Details on article types and word count from the source:
Feature stories of 1,500 to 2,200 words. (We rarely print articles of more than 2,000 words; and if we happen to accept a 3,000-word piece, we might need to cut it before publication.)
Short features of 800 to 1,200 words that are generally more tightly focused on a single task: building a specific type of leader, repairing a belly boat, and so forth.
One-page shorts of 350 to 750 words. We think of these articles as problem solvers—tackle-maintenance, casting, or fly-tying tips, for example—or news items for our “FYI” section.
|Edible Vancouver||Food and Drink||Varies||Varies||10/31/2015||From Edible Vancouver:|
"We are most open to pitches from freelancers for our features. Some of these are stories of local farmers, fishers, small producers, independent retailers, home cooks and chefs. They could also be a look at food security or food-based community organizations, from food banks to school lunch programs, to chef training."
|Food Traveler||Destinations & World;Food and Drink||Over 1,000 words||Varies||10/31/2015||From Food Traveler:|
"We are interested in places that are accessible to most travelers, and destinations that offer a unique culinary experience. We are looking for stories that capture the essence of the culinary destination, equip readers with useful information, and allow the readers to follow in the writer’s footsteps."
Features are usually over 1,000 words long, and payment is made about 90 days after publication.
|Epicure & Culture||Destinations & World;Food and Drink||Varies||$10||10/31/2015||From the source:|
"Epicure & Culture is always looking for contributions from freelance food, culture and travel writers."
Submit stories about travel and various topics related to food and drink. These may include how to properly taste tea, how to take elegant food photos, and general recipes. Earn $10 per article; there is no word count requirement.
|Eastern Fly Fishing||Family & Recreation||400 to 4,000||$75 to $500||10/31/2015||This source looks for destination-specific themes and subjects.|
"Our goal is to give an inspiring and complete report on specific angling destinations. Angling destinations include both the famous and the lesser-known waters, and include all species found in our diverse geographical region."
Length ranges from 400 to 4,000 words depending on department. Pays between $75 and $500 (the latter is reserved for long, detailed features).
|Brew Your Own Mag||Food and Drink||600 to 3,000||$25 to $200||10/31/2015||From Brew Your Own:|
"Brew Your Own is for anyone who is interested in brewing beer, from beginners to advanced brewers. We seek articles that are straightforward and factual, not full of esoteric theories or complex calculations."
Article length is usually 600 to 3,000 words, depending on the section and department you cover. Payment ranges from $25 to $200.
|Edible Cleveland||Food and Drink||250 to 2,000||Varies||10/31/2015||Quarterly magazine focusing primarily in Ohio, and often basing all submissions on specific seasons and themes. They also like personal stories from chefs and entrepreneurs, and desire thoroughly tested recipes with your submissions.|
From the source:
"We are interested, first and foremost, in telling stories about relationships. Those relationships may be between a chef and her ingredients, or a farmer and his land and livestock, or between a writer and his heritage. There’s really no end to the topics that you might find in Edible Cleveland, but the common theme will always be passion about food and a connection to Northeast Ohio."
|Tropical Fish Hobbyist Mag||Family & Recreation||5,000 to 10,000 words||Varies||10/30/2015||Magazine dedicated to aquarium information, freshwater tanks, aquatic plants, and other related subjects. Article length is generally between 5,000 to 10,000 words. Payment varies by length.||Click Here|
|A&U||Health||300 to 2,000||Varies||10/30/2015||They look for essays, film reviews, opinion pieces and more about HIV/AIDS.|
From the source:
"As a national, nonprofit HIV/AIDS magazine, A&U is interested in publishing articles about AIDS-related advocacy, treatment and care, community-based organizations and campaigns, and artists and creative writers responding to the pandemic. We’re looking for writers of all serostatuses to help use showcase a wide range of perspectives about living with HIV/AIDS."
Length ranges from 300 to 2,000 words depending on subject. Pay rates vary.
|Northwest Fly Fishing||Career||400 to 4,000||$75 to $500||10/30/2015||From the source:|
"Our goal is to give an inspiring and complete report on specific Northwest angling destinations. Angling destinations include both the famous and the lesser-known waters, and include all species found in our diverse geographical region. If more than one species is found in any given water, writers should cover each species, as well as every season that water is fishable."
They have several departments ranging from 400 to 4,000 words. Shorter pieces pay a minimum of $75 while features pay up to $500. They also accept photos and illustrations, paying up to $500.
|The Maine Organic Farmer and Gardener||Home & Garden||250 to 2,500||$20 to $200||10/30/2015||Some topics of interest include, from the source:|
Rural skills and rural development
Livestock care and management
Farming, gardening and forestry practices and techniques
Agricultural and biological research (soil-plant relationships, biochemical interactions ...)
Profiles of individual plants (edible and ornamental) and pests
Agricultural economics, politics, and issues – international, national, regional, community
Tools, equipment and machinery for small, diversified or organic farming and gardening
They pay $20 to $200 for articles that range from 250 to 2,500 words in length (depending on overall quality and subject).
|The New Fly Fisher Mag - Canada||Family & Recreation||800 to 4,000||$100 to $400||10/30/2015||This magazine looks for tips and techniques on fly fishing, how to target different species, and profiles on famous people in the field.|
From the source:
"Every feature, no matter what the slant, must have a strong teaching/informational component. For instance, a destination/experience feature on fishing the Bow River should include pertinent, detailed technical information, not only on appropriate gear, streamcraft and techniques, but also on the fish and the fishery (including timing and importance of target forage species)."
|Sport Fishing Mag||Career||350 to 2,200||$150 to $1,500||10/30/2015||Magazine dedicated to saltwater fishing in North America, and sometimes other parts of the world.|
From the source:
"Examples of material that could be of interest: a new, effective technique for a species or type of fishing that has wide applicability; an area recently opened up to sport fishing; or a new look at conservation concerns regarding a particular fishery or species/group."
|Fly Tyer||Family & Recreation||1,200 to 2,500||$200 to over $450||10/30/2015||Fly Tyer focuses mostly on "describing new flies for catching trout, bass, panfish, and saltwater species across the country and around the world."|
General columns generally run 1,200 to 2,000 words, while features range from 2,000 to 2,500 words. Shorter features pay $200 to $400, and longer ones pay at least $450.
|National Fisherman Mag||Career||1,500 to 2,500||Varies||10/30/2015||This magazine focuses primarily on commercial fishing, boats and other equipment to get the job done. They look for stories about great fishing days with a crew, fishermen profiles, current events in the fishing world and more.|
Submissions are generally between 1,500 to 2,500 words, and payment is discussed with the author.
|Sunset Mag||Home & Garden||150 to 500||Varies||10/30/2015||Subjects are typically about plans, gardening, landscaping and general techniques.|
Sunset mags looks for "travel and recreation; gardening and outdoor living; food and entertaining; and home design and decorating. Sunset is looking for thoroughly researched, well-written stories and ideas for home gardening projects that can be successfully accomplished in a day or over a weekend or growing season."
Stories are usually 450 to 500 words depending on the number of submitted photographs, while shorter ones range from 150 to 300 words. Payment varies per submission.
|The Drake Mag||Family & Recreation||400 to 2,000||Varies||10/30/2015||From The Drake:|
"We want our fishing stories to be educational and entertaining, not instructional. We don't publish "how-to, where-to" pieces."
They look for general stories on fishing, profiles, essays, anecdotes, pieces with humor and ones covering different fish. Length varies depending on department, and rates are negotiable.
|Government Executive Mag||General||1,000 to 1,500||Varies||10/30/2015||Articles for this source must be about management issues, agencies and civil service issues. These may include agency management, government restructuring, recruitment, cyber security, and various government professions.|
Articles are generally 1,000 to 1,500 words, and payment is negotiated with the author.
|DaySpring Greeting Cards||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||$60||10/30/2015||From the source:|
"It is our purpose to create greeting cards that are relevant, meet specific needs, help express God’s loving intentions for mankind, and bring encouragement in the Lord. We believe the ministry of DaySpring cards can touch others for good by bringing hope, encouragement, and comfort to those who are hurting.
Writers should create a complete greeting card idea, including a cover caption, inside/outside message, closing tag line, and appropriate Scripture, including version."
You are compensated $60 per accepted submission.
|Common Ground Mag||Health||600 to 2,500||.10 cents per word||10/30/2015||Magazine dedicated to healthy living, general wellness, ecology, self-improvement and other related subjects. Articles are generally 600 to 1,500 words in length, although they may consider longer pieces of up to 2,500 words. They currently pay 10 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Cure Mag||Health||Varies||Varies||10/30/2015||From Cure:|
"Our magazine brings the latest cancer updates, research and education to patients, caregivers and health care providers.
Cancer is a complex disease both scientifically and personally. Our approach is to provide scientifically based information for the lay reader. This requires special care taken by our writers in accuracy and tone."
Word count and payment must be negotiated with the editor.
|New Jersey Family||Family & Recreation||600 to 1,000||.10 cents per word; $25 to $50 for reprints; $5 to $15 for blog posts||10/26/2015||Magazine dedicated to help New Jersey parents be the best they can be (parental tips, fun activities, educational, health-related pieces and more).|
Payment and word count details from the source:
Features 600–1,000 words: variable, but approx. 10 cents per word
Reprints: $25–$50 depending on length
Web-only articles/blogs: $5 to $15 per post
|Orlando Family Mag||Family & Recreation||Varies||$25 to $75||10/26/2015||Orlando Family magazine looks for "pieces covering issues concerning today’s parents, local family excursions, traditions, crafts, family fun, education and health & fitness."|
Original submissions pay $50 to $75, while reprints spay $25 to $40. Word count depends on topics and should be discussed with the editor.
|Richmond Family Mag||Family & Recreation||600 to 2,400||Varies||10/26/2015||This magazine focuses on parents with kids of all ages. They look to answer everyday parental concerns and interests such as family life, healthy living, education, and work.|
Length goes from 600 to roughly 2,400 depending on department. Payment depends on experience and overall submission quality.
|The Family Magazine||Family & Recreation||600 to over 1,000||Varies||10/26/2015||This magazine focuses on improving family life through health, education, fitness, fashion and more.|
From The Family Magazine:
"Family Magazine delivers essential advice for tough parenting challenges; provides fun suggestions for family activities; offers healthy resources; and showcases projects to create a well-rounded family."
Length is generally 600 to 800 words, while features can exceed 1,000 words. Payment varies by experience; they accept reprints for $15.
|AE - The Canadian Science Fiction Review||Stories - Fiction||500 to 3,000||.07 CAD per word||10/26/2015||From the source:|
"AE welcomes submissions from both established and emerging authors. We publish exclusively science fiction, though our interpretation of the genre can be quite inclusive. We are interested in stories from 500 to 3000 words in length."
They also accept comics and limited non-fiction subjects such as author profiles. They pay .07 CAD per word for fiction, and $20 to $40 for non-fiction.
|Analog Science Fiction and Fact||Stories - Fiction||2,000 to 80.000||8 to 10 cents per word, but varies per submission||10/26/2015||Varied sci-fi and non-fiction topics focusing on psychology, thriller, technology, and other common themes found in such stories.|
All payment and length details, gathered from the source:
"Analog pays 8-10 cents per word for short stories up to 7,500 words, 8-8.5 cents per word for longer material (Works between 7500 and approximately 10,000 words by authors who make more than 8 cents a word for short stories will receive a flat rate that will be no less than payment would be for a shorter story.), and 6 cents per word for serials. We prefer lengths between 2,000 and 7,000 words for shorts, 10,000-20,000 words for novelettes/novellas, and 40,000-80,000 for serials. Fact articles are paid for at the rate of 9 cents per word. We pay $1 a line for poetry, which should not exceed 40 lines."
|Ares Magazine||Stories - Fiction||1,000 to 60,000||Up to $2,000 depending on submission type||10/26/2015||Ares focuses on fiction, non-fiction, art and games (with a heavier focus on fiction, however). Genres should be based on fantasy, mythology, horror, alternative history, and pulp adventure.|
They accept stories between 1,000 to 60,000 words and pay .05 cents per word (reprints pay .01 cents). Games pay $1,000 to $2,000, while arts pay a minimum of $300.
|Portland Family Magazine||Family & Recreation||Varies||Varies||10/26/2015||From the source:|
"We publish several features in each edition, from hard-hitting articles about weighty topics to pieces designed for entertainment. Activism, the arts, the community, education, the environment, health, nature, neighborhoods, outdoor activities, parenting, politics, profiles of interesting local people, recreation, renewable energy, sustainability, transportation, urban living, wellness, and many other topics..."
Length and payment varies per article complexity and general nature.
|Fantasy and Science Fiction||Stories - Fiction||Up to 25,000||.7 to 12 cents per word||10/26/2015||From the source:|
"We have no formula for fiction. We are looking for stories that will appeal to science fiction and fantasy readers. The SF element may be slight, but it should be present. We prefer character-oriented stories. We receive a lot of fantasy fiction, but never enough science fiction or humor."
Stories can be up to 25,000 words, and they pay between 7 to 12 cents per words.
|Washington Family Magazine||Family & Recreation||800 to 900||$50||10/26/2015||Washington Family focuses on topics related to parenting, raising kids, health, education and other matters that impact, change and improve family life.|
Typical article length is 800 to 900 words. Payment for one-time reprint is $50.
|Western New York Family||Family & Recreation||1,500 to 2,500||$40 to $150||10/25/2015||From Western New York Family:|
"Articles submitted should address current parenting issues with a Western New York tie-in whenever possible. Strong emphasis is placed on how and where to find family-oriented events, as well as goods and services for children, in Western New York (the Buffalo metro area)."
Article length is generally 1,500 to 2,500 words, paying between $40 and $150 depending on the article's quality, subject and length.
|Adventures in Odyssey Clubhouse||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||400 to 1,600||$200 and up||10/25/2015||This magazine focuses on young kids who wish to learn more about God and the bible. They accept a wide range of subjects on fiction and non-fiction.||Click Here|
|USDF Connection||Animals||Varies||$40 to $400||10/25/2015||From USDF Connection:|
"USDF Connection publishes freelance-written features, health articles, personality profiles, how-to training articles, and first-person accounts of life in the dressage world. All articles must focus on USDF programs or members or on dressage. We are particularly interested in expanding our coverage of adult amateur riders and including the "amateur angle" in the stories we publish."
Payment ranges from $40 to $400 depending on overall quality and complexity.
|Carolina Hoofbeats Mag||Animals||500 to 3,000||Varies||10/25/2015||This magazine covers many subjects within the horse riding industry, including tips, discipline techniques and commercial operations and management.|
General length runs 500 to 3,00 words. Payment is negotiated with the publisher.
|Georgia Family Mag||Family & Recreation||Up to 700 words||$20 to $80||10/25/2015||Local magazine that covers topics on parenting, travel, events, children's and women's health, and more. Articles should not exceed 700 words, and they pay between $20 and $80.||Click Here|
|Young Rider Mag||Animals||800 to 1,000||$150 to $200||10/25/2015||Magazine primarily aimed at teens and young horse riders. They accept instructional articles, horse care and other subjects related to the field (including some funny anecdotes).|
Word count is 800 to 1,000 words, and payment goes from $150 to $200.
|Metro Family Mag||Family & Recreation||Up to 1,500||$20 to $50||10/25/2015||Oklahoma City-based magazine that covers subjects for local families. These are generally related to kids, health, arts, education, summer activities, holidays and more. They prefer stories with a great lead, surprises, and/or humor.|
From the source:
We are interested in well-written, thought-provoking feature stories (800-1,500 words), short features (400-750 words) or shorts (up to 400 words) that focus on timely issues and highlight local experts or conditions."
|Hoof Beats||Animals||Varies||$100 to $500||10/25/2015||From Hoof Beats:|
"Writers should be as familiar with harness racing as our readers are. We don’t need any general how–to stories. Topics of interest include unique horse stories, veterinary care, tips on equipment or feed innovations, historical perspectives, unique first-person perspectives, and stories on issues or trends."
They pay $100 for departments and $500 for features.
|Horse & Rider||Animals||Varies||$25 to $400||10/23/2015||Its mission is to "educate, inform, and entertain both competitive and recreational Western riders with tightly focused training articles; practical stable-management techniques; hands-on health-care tips; safe trail-riding practices; well-researched consumer advice; and a behind-the-scenes, you-are-there approach to major equine events."|
Payment: From $25 to $400 depending on article, department and other factors.
|The Horse Mag||Animals||250 to 1,800||Varies||10/23/2015||From The Horse Magazine:|
" The Horse prefers "how-tos," technical topics, and topical interviews intended to inform horse owners. It accepts no first-person experiences except from veterinary professionals."
Article length ranges from 250-word news pieces to long, 1,800-word cover stories and tutorials. Payment depends on article length.
|Practical Horseman||Animals||500 or longer||Varies||10/23/2015||Practical Horseman is dedicated to helping amateur horse riders. Read tips, tutorials and interviews from experts in the field. Length for short pieces is under 500 words, although more complex subjects may require a higher word count. Payment is discussed with the editor.||Click Here|
|Equine Journal||Animals||1,200 to 1,800||Varies||10/23/2015||From Equine Journal:|
"Equine Journal prefers people-related, informational, training, or how-to articles, but all ideas are given consideration. We do not accept poetry, fiction, or stories told from a first-person perspective." They also accept news pieces about events and the latest developments.
|Horse Canada Mag||Animals||750 to 1,500||Varies||10/23/2015||From Horse Canada magazine:|
"The magazine’s content focuses on health care, farm/stable management, topical subjects regarding industry developments, political issues or legislation that will affect Canadian horse owners, lifestyle features and articles on training methods."
Length starts at 750 words and can go up to 1,500 words. Payment varies.
|The Chronicle of the Horse||Animals||1,500 to 2,500||$150 to $250||10/23/2015||From the source:|
"The magazine focuses primarily on dressage, hunters and jumpers, eventing, foxhunting and steeplechase racing."
They also cover topics on horse care and feature prominent people in the field.
|Paint Horse Journal||Animals||1,000 to 2,000||Varies||10/23/2015||Pant Horse Journal wants stories on Paint Horses, as well as the people that take care of them (owners, breeders, trainers, organizations, etc). Other articles may consist of good places to go with your horse, tutorials and other related subjects.|
General length goes from 1,000 to 2,000 words, although longer articles are also accepted if necessary. Payment is arranged with the writer.
|Press Play Blog||Arts and Entertainment||800 to 4,000||Varies||10/21/2015||Quote on general articles:|
"Well-thought-out, articulate articles, roughly 800-2000 words in length, on current topics in film or television. We aren’t looking for straight reviews: our goal, with blog posts, is to establish a link between the world on screen and the world off screen, to show ways in which one part of the culture reflects on, or speaks to, its larger surroundings."
They also accept interviews with influencers and video essays of up to 4,000 words. Payment is dependent on topic.
|Howl Round||Arts and Entertainment||750 to 2,000||$100 - $150 (estimated)||10/21/2015||Howl Round is for novice and experienced artists focusing on theater and performance. Articles discuss general feedback, advice, expert tips, potential problems in the industry and other related subjects. Payment goes up to $150, but is determined by article topic and quality.||Click Here|
|Games Mag||Arts and Entertainment||2,000 to 2,500||$500 to $1,000||10/21/2015||From Games magazine:|
"Games is a magazine offering ten issues a year of visual and verbal puzzles, quizzes, game reviews, contests, and feature articles.... Our feature articles can cover almost any subject, from game- or puzzle- related events or people, to mystery, wordplay, humor, and human ingenuity in all its guises."
Length typically runs from 2,000 to 2,500 words, although puzzles, tests and quizzes can be of any length. They pay $500 to 1,000 per piece.
|Music K-8 Network||Education||Varies||$25 minimum; $30 for photos||10/21/2015||This source publishes music-related pieces and resources for teachers and students. "Anything at all that you consider helpful, educational, or just plain fun will be considered for publication in Network..."||Click Here|
|Tech Directions||Web & Technology||2,000||Varies||10/19/2015||Tech direction looks for articles on technology, CTE, and applied sciences. Some topics and categories include: Aerospace, CAD, computer tech, drafting and design, machine shop, robotics, small engine management and other technical pieces.|
The average article is roughly 2,000 words in length. Payment is discussed with the editor.
|Texas Home School Coalition||Education||650 to 1,250||$50 to $100||10/19/2015||This source looks for curriculum reviews and tutorials with different learning styles for math, writing, spelling, history and other subjects.|
One-page articles are roughly 650-750 words, and two-page articles 1,000-1,250 words. They pay $50 to $100 per article.
|Today's Catholic Teacher||Education||600 to 1,500||$100 to $250||10/19/2015||Magazine for teachers that focus on private and catholic education. Topics are varied, but generally fall under assisting catholic schools, and any other subject of interest and concern.|
Length ranges from 600 to 1,500 words depending on topic and general category. Payment is a minimum of $100 and up to $250 per article.
|The College Store Mag||Education||1,200 to 2,000||Varies||10/19/2015||This magazine focuses on helping education-based retailers with their business and operations. These may include a look into new trends and tips for improving college store business.|
Payment is determined between the writer and editor. Article length is usually between 1,200 to 2,000 words.
|Teachers & Writers||Education||500 to 3,000||Varies||10/19/2015||Teachers & Writers focus on "the art of writing in kindergarten through college and in non-classroom settings. The online magazine presents a wide range of ideas and approaches." This is covered mostly in essays, editorials and interviews with poets and other authors.||Click Here|
|Tribal College Journal||Education||400 to 5,000||Varies||10/19/2015||All features address tribal colleges in some way. Specific subjects and themes vary per issue. Sample themes may include: Tribal college communities, Indian law, the trials of teacher education and more.|
Tribal College Journal also publishes regular departments based on news, media reviews, highlights and individual profiles pertaining to Indian law and American Indian education.
|Aurora Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||.50 cents per word||10/18/2015||Aurora Magazine needs broad stories on society and positive life experiences among people. Word count is assigned by the editor, and pay is .50 cents per published word.||Click Here|
|Wine X Mag||Food and Drink||1,000 to 1,200||Varies||10/18/2015||Wine X writes for the average 25-year-old. It focuses on hip and broad subjects such as music, travel and fashion, though with a wine-related theme whenever possible. Word count goes from 1,000 to 1,200, and payment varies depending on quality.||Click Here|
|Salvo Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||600 to 2,500||.20 cents per word||10/18/2015||From Salvo:|
"Salvo publishes an eclectic range of articles in the areas of sex, science, and society. What distinguishes our content is its systematic deconstruction of false ideologies, philosophies, and worldviews."
Length goes from 600 to 2,500 words and payment starts at 20 cents per word.
|Middlebury Mag||Education||150 to 3,500||Varies||10/18/2015||Middlebury magazine speaks to all general interests of Middlebury college students. Topics are generally about academic achievements and goals, as well as issues that affect current students and people of higher education. Article length varies greatly by department, and features generally run from 1,500 to 3,500 words||Click Here|
|Reformed Perspective||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||800 to 2,000||$30 to $55||10/18/2015||From the source:|
"The magazine's purpose is to provide a Reformed reflection on world events, whether those events are technological, political, cultural or some other 'al. It is a broadly based directive narrowed only by the magazine's target audience."
General length goes from 800 to 2,000 words, and payment is typically within the $30 to $55 range.
|Pennsylvania Heritage Mag||Destinations & World||2,000 to 3,500||$250 to $500||10/18/2015||Pennsylvania Heritage focuses on the state's culture and history. Additionally, they cover architecture, arts, science, travel and general industry subjects around the area.|
Length goes from 2,000 to 3,500. Payment goes from $250 to $500.
|Online Magazine||Career||1,500 to 4,000||Varies||10/18/2015||From Online Magazine:|
"Articles are directed to the "hands on" searcher and to managers of information resources in business, professional, government, and educational environments. ONLINE stresses practical, how-to advice on the efficient and effective use of electronic information."
General subjects include new industry trends, enterprise and online services, intranet management and search engines. General length is usually from 1,500 to 4,000 words, and payment is made upon publication (varies according to topic and quality).
|Going Coastal||Destinations & World||350 to 500||$25||10/18/2015||Going Coastal looks for pieces that are "well-reasoned and compelling, observation about the world of music, civic politics, art, culture, environment." Average word count is 350 to 500, and compensation is $25.||Click Here|
|American Educator||Education||1,000 to 5,000||$300 or more||10/18/2015||From American Educator:|
"We are interested in articles on a wide range of topics, including new trends in education, politics, well-researched news features on current problems in education, education law, professional ethics, and thoughtful or thought-provoking essays that explore current social issues relevant to American society."
Articles should be anywhere from 1,000 to 5,000 words, and the minimum payment is $300 depending on topic and length.
|Reader's Digest (Canada Edition)||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;General||800 to 2,500||Starts at $1 per word||10/18/2015||Reader's Digest needs no introduction to avid readers and writers. They cover a wide range of departments and topics such as current events, social issues, inspirational articles, humor, short anecdotes and much more.||Click Here|
|High Times Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||1,500 to 3,000||$500 to $1,000 for articles; up to $500 for photos & illustrations||10/18/2015||Publish articles and Q&A interviews on marijuana handling, cultivation, travel and general entertainment.|
Word count runs from 1,500 to 3,000, and payment is typically $500 to $1,000. In addition, they pay $50 to $400 for photos. Sometimes illustrations are also accepted, paying between $100 to $500.
|Smoky Mountain Living||Destinations & World||700 to 3,500||$125 to $450||10/18/2015||This magazine focuses on the southern Appalachians. It talks about its general population, culture and rich history.|
More details quoted straight from the source:
Feature story, 1,500-3,500 words, 5-10 photos required – $250-$450
• Non-fiction/personal essay, 1,000-1,500 words, 3-5 photos required – $200
• Departments, 700-850 words, 3-5 photos required – $125
• Mountain Views essay, 700-850 words, writer headshot required – $125
|Reason Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||850 to 5,000||Varies||10/18/2015||From Reason.com:|
"Reason covers politics, economics, culture, and science from a broad-minded libertarian perspective. We look for original analysis and research and do not like simple rehashes of well- worn libertarian positions."
|Sesi Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||1,000 to 4,000||Varies||10/18/2015||From Sesi Magazine:|
"Sesi is a quarterly teen magazine edited for today’s eclectic African-American/Black girl between the ages of 13 and 19. Sesi is dedicated to providing Black girls with a community that focuses on celebrating them and their culture by covering beauty, fashion, relationships, health, education, careers, entertainment, fiction, and social issues."
Articles should be a minimum of 1,000 words, up to 4,000. Payment is discussed with the writer.
|Little India Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 to 3,500||$50 to $700||10/18/2015||This magazine focuses on the Indian community, especially those living overseas.|
Features run from 500 to 3,500 words, while columns run from 800 to 1,500 words. Payment tends to vary, but pay between $50 to $700 depending on length and quality.
|Grit Mag||Destinations & World||350 to 1,500||Varies||10/18/2015||"GRIT publishes feature-length articles on topics of interest to those living in rural areas, on farms or ranches, or those interested in the rural lifestyle."|
They cover various departments that focus on news, country life equipment, nostalgic stories and farming tutorials. These range from 350 to 1,500 words, and payment varies by length and expertise.
|Mizzou Mag||Education||90 to 2,000||Varies||10/18/2015||This magazine focuses on the University of Missouri, discussing news and various academic subjects that helps both students and faculty. Payment varies and is discussed with the editor.|
Word count, quoted from the source:
"Discuss length with editors on a story-by-story basis. Features generally run either 600–800 words or 1,500–2,000 words. Around the Columns, 90–300; alumni minifeatures, 250–300."
|Arts & Activities||Arts and Entertainment||600 to 1,000||Varies||10/18/2015||Arts & Activities publishes articles by "art educators who want our readers to benefit from their years of experience and success. Arts & Activities is an unparalleled source for creative ideas, inspiration, classroom resources and art-education information..."|
Article length is typically 600 to 1,000 words, with a fair selection of images of at least 5″ x 7″ in size (300 ppi/dpi). Payment is currently undisclosed.
|The Jewish Daily Forward||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||750 to 1,000||Varies||10/18/2015||This source covers issues that relate to and affects the Jewish community, in addition to broad subjects such as culture, entertainment, arts, food, lifestyle and education.|
Length is roughly 750 to 1,000 words, but varies by subject and department. Payment is negotiated with the writer.
|Creative Loafing||General||400 to 3,000||Varies||10/16/2015||Creative Loafing covers subjects on politics, current issues and events, cultural movements, entertainment and art. Payment varies according to article/department.|
Partial quotes from the source:
We want reporting and writing of the highest quality. Cover stories (1,500-3,000 words) that are well researched, well written, fresh and impossible to ignore...
Inside features on the arts, music, movies, travel and news (600-1,200 words). We want edgy stories in both the arts and in news...
|Briarpatch Mag||General||1,000 to 3,000||$50 to $150||10/16/2015||This magazine covers articles and art on current events, politics, economy, ecology, social issues and international debates.|
Payment structure, gathered from the source:
$50 – Profiles, short essays, reviews, parting shots (generally <1000 words)
$100 – Feature stories, photo essays
$150 – Research-based articles and investigative reportage (generally 1500-3000 words)
|Asian Fortune||General||600 to 1,000||Varies||10/16/2015||From Asian Fortune:|
"Asian Fortune’s readers are Asian American professionals living, working, and playing in the DC metropolitan area. Our readers are savvy and knowledgeable. The magazine covers everything of interest to APA professionals including local news, politics, health, and entertainment."
|Cabinet Mag||Arts and Entertainment;General||Up to 3,500||Varies||10/16/2015||Cabinet focuses on art and culture from a broad perspective. "We are interested in almost any subject matter, as long as your take on it is original and demonstrates how the apparently familiar world around us is in fact artificial, fascinating, and strange."|
They accept pieces up to 3,500 words and payment is determined by overall length and subject matter.
|Art Papers||Arts and Entertainment||600 to 1,000||$60 minimum||10/16/2015||This source embraces everything about contemporary art, culture, and the artists that bring it all to life. They accept features, columns and reviews.|
From Art Papers:
Features range from 2,400 to 2,700 words, and express fully developed viewpoints about a particular work, artist or trend.
Columns: ART PAPERS cover a wide range of topics. These columns differ from those of most other magazines in that none of them appear regularly and they do not belong to any one writer. (Note: These are around 1,000 words.)
|Drum! Mag||Arts and Entertainment||300 to 4,000||$50 to $300||10/16/2015||From Drum! Magazine:|
"Literally 99 percent of our readers are drummers and percussionists. They read the magazine chiefly because they want to learn to play better, they want to learn about the techniques and equipment of artists they admire, and they want to learn more about the instruments themselves."
|Dance Happens||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||Varies||10/16/2015||From Dance Happens:|
"At DanceHappens we aim to cover as many dance-related topics as possible. The site allows users to easily filter and search for exactly the information they’re looking for. Topics could be instructional in nature, such as techniques, patterns, or styling, or you could submit an event review, news announcement, or just something funny and entertaining."
|Jack and Jill||Family & Recreation||Up to 800 words||$25 to $50||10/04/2015||Jack and Jill looks for stories, puzzles, poetry and other activities for kids ages 7-12.|
From the source:
"Humor is very important! Dialogue should be witty instead of just furthering the plot. The story should convey some kind of positive message. Possible themes could include self-reliance, being kind to others, appreciating other cultures, and so on."
|Spider Mag||Family & Recreation||Up to 1,000 words||25 cents per word for stories; $75 flat rate for other submissions||10/04/2015||From Spider Magazine:|
"SPIDER, a literary magazine for children, features fresh and engaging literature, poems, articles, and activities for newly independent readers. Editors seek energetic, beautifully crafted submissions with strong “kid appeal” (an elusive yet recognizable quality, often tied to high-interest elements such as humor, adventure, and suspense)."
|Hopscotch Mag||Family & Recreation||350 to 750||.05 cents per word||10/04/2015||Cultural arts magazine for young girls ages 6-13. They accept articles on fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Subjects are wide and varied, including pets, nature, hobbies, sports, cooking and much more. Average length goes from 350 to 750 words, and payment starts at .05 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Fun for Kidz||Family & Recreation||350 to 750 words||350 to 750 words||10/04/2015||From the source:|
"Fun For Kidz publishes articles and activities that deal with timeless topics, such as pets, nature, hobbies, science, games, sports, careers, simple cooking, and anything else likely to interest a child."
Length ranges from 350 to 750 words. They pay at least $10 for poems with varying amounts for other projects. Photographers earn $5 per photo, while artists receive between $25 and $35 for a partially or a fully illustrated page, respectively.
|Sparkle||Family & Recreation||100 to 400||3-5 cents, up to $35||10/04/2015||Magazine dedicated to young girls, primarily addressing fiction/non-fiction/poetry with a Christian theme or message.|
Fiction and non-fiction pays 3-5 cents (up to $35). Poetry and games pay between $5 and $15 depending on length and overall quality. Word count goes from 100 to 400 for stories, while poetry should have between 5 and 15 lines.
|Youth Worker||Family & Recreation||200 to 1,800||Varies (up to $200, estimated)||10/04/2015||From the source:|
"We publish a handful of articles in each issue based on a theme. Articles range in length from 200 to 1,800 words with longer articles typically being assigned to established youth workers/writers. Articles usually focus on one of the following three areas:
Theology in youth ministry;
Practical matters (successful approaches, programs, teaching activities, etc.);
Affirmation/encouragement of youth workers."
|Youth Today||Family & Recreation||600 to 2,500||Varies||10/04/2015||From Youth Today:|
"Youth Today covers just about any issue involving youth and the adults who work on their behalf, from direct-care services, health and juvenile justice to government policies and legislation, funding for youth programs and youth development. Youth Today writers should know who they are writing for: adults who work with kids, rather than kids or parents."
Submissions run from 600 to 2,500 words, and also accept guest columns of roughly 750 words. Compensation is negotiable.
|The Kids' Ark||Family & Recreation||Up to 650 words||$25 to $100||10/04/2015||The Kids' Ark looks for friendly, inspirational stories (fiction/non-fiction) for kids with a biblical theme. They pay $100 for original submissions and $25 for reprints.|
From Kids' Ark:
"...Stories not longer than 650 words and written for the 6-10-year-old reading level.
Engaging, exciting and adventurous stories that are applicable to the issue's theme.
Inspiring stories that teach children biblical principles.
Stories that are contemporary, historical or science fiction but are absolutely Christian based.
Stories that involve characters of various races and ethnic backgrounds."
|Humpty Dumpty||Family & Recreation||70 to 450||$25 to $50||10/04/2015||This magazine aims to engage and develop young minds through fun stories, poetry, puzzles and other activities.|
They accept mini stories (up to 125 words), fiction (up to 450), non-fiction (up to 300 words), poetry (4 to 12 lines) and crafts/tutorials (up to 250 words) that celebrate various themes. Payment starts at $25 and currently goes up to $50 depending on your submission.
|Shine Brightly||Family & Recreation||200 to 900||Up to $35||10/04/2015||Magazine for young girls ages 9-14. They accept fiction (700-900 words), non-fiction (200-800 words) interviews, poetry, recipes and other submissions that represent Christian life. They pay 3 to 5 cents for both fiction and non-fiction, while poetry and games pay $5 to $15 (all dependent on length and quality). Highest payment goes up to $35.||Click Here|
|Bazoof! (Also Zamoof Mag)||Family & Recreation||300-375||Varies||10/04/2015||This source accepts non-paid and paid submissions. Here's some information for the paying submissions:|
From the source:
"Feet Up Chronicles: (Paid) Short narrative piece written for our parent readers; 300-375 words 'Chicken Soup' type of a theme about parenthood. Written to either inspire, entertain or just light reading that they would enjoy about raising a family."
|Ladybug||Family & Recreation||Up to 800 words||Up to .25 cents per word||10/04/2015||From the source:|
"LADYBUG, a literary magazine for young children, features original stories, poetry, nonfiction, and activities written by the world’s best children’s authors-both known and new. When reviewing submissions, the editors look for clear and beautiful language, a sense of joy and wonder, and a genuinely childlike point of view."
|Stone Soup||Family & Recreation||Up to 2,500||$25 to $40||10/02/2015||From Stone Soup:|
"Stone Soup is a magazine of writing and art by kids ages 13 and younger. We publish stories, poems, book reviews, and illustrations, all by young writers and artists. Stone Soup welcomes submissions from young people up to and including age 13."
While there is no minimum word count, the average story is around 1,000 and 2,000 words (with a maximum of 2,500). They pay $25 for illustrations and $40 per story.
|Sailing Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||100 to 3,000||$50 to $500||10/02/2015||From Sailing Mag:|
"We cover all aspects of sailing, from learning how to sail in a dinghy to crossing the ocean on a large cruiser to racing around the buoys against the best sailors in the world."
Short news pieces range from 100 to 500 words, while features go from 1,000 to 3,000 words. They pay between $50 and $500 for articles and photos (separately).
|Planning Mag||Career||500 to 2,500||$50 to $1,000||10/02/2015||From the source:|
"It offers news and analyses of events in planning (including suburban, rural, and small town planning, environmental planning, neighborhood revitalization, economic development, social planning, and urban design)."
They seek features including case studies and trends, newsworthy events, book reviews, essays and more. Articles pay $100 to $1,00 depending on length, and photographs pay anywhere from $50 to $300.
|BCBusiness Mag||Career||2,000 to 3,500+||Varies||10/02/2015||From the source:|
"As B.C.’s premier business publication, we naturally gravitate to stories that affect the working lives of our readers."
This magazine covers businesses, careers and issues that help shape British Columbia. Features normally start at 2,000 words and can go beyond 3,500. Payment varies by subject and overall complexity.
|Alaska Business Monthly||Career||Varies||Varies||10/02/2015||From Alaska Business Monthly:|
"Its goal is to provide a thorough and objective analysis of the issues and trends affecting Alaska's businesses, and to feature stories on the individuals, organizations, and companies that shape the Alaska economy."
|Stocks and Commodities||Career||2,000 words or fewer||$50 minimum||10/02/2015||Traders magazine that focuses on technical analysis. These include computer utilities, charting tutorials and programs, as well as other software and general subjects for investors.|
Payment details, gathered from the source:
"The rate paid is $3.00 per column inch (2-column format) or $2.00 per column inch (3-column format), with a $50 minimum. Cartoons, short programs, and special material running less than two-thirds of one page will be paid at a flat rate of $25 upon publication."
|Highlights for Kids||Family & Recreation||500 to 800||$25 to over $150||10/02/2015||From Highlights for Kids:|
"This magazine of wholesome fun is dedicated to helping children grow in basic skills and knowledge, in creativeness, in ability to think and reason, in sensitivity to others, in high ideals and worthy ways of living – for children are the world's most important people."
They accept fiction, non-fiction, crafts, puzzles among other submission types. Story themes and settings may include sports, humor, adventure and urban settings. Payment goes from $25 to over $150 depending on submission.
|Atlanta Tribune||Career||Varies||Varies||10/02/2015||Atlanta Tribune focuses and helps people "on growing businesses, advancing their careers, keeping up with advancing technology and building generational wealth for their families and communities."|
They provide the latest news and trends on building successful businesses and growing wealth. Submit your query directly to the editor. Payment and word count varies.
|Boys' Quest||Family & Recreation||350 to 750||.05 cents per word||10/02/2015||From the source:|
"BOYS' QUEST publishes articles, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that deal with timeless topics, such as pets, nature, hobbies, science, games, sports, careers, simple cooking, and anything else likely to interest a 10-year-old boy."
They accept both fiction and non-fiction (such as poems and puzzles), and pay a minimum of .05 cents per word.
|Mortgage Banking Magazine||Career||1,000 to 2,500||Varies||10/02/2015||Mortgage Banking covers real estate subjects and financial pieces within the industry. Features run about 2,500 words while columns are usually 1,000 words. Payment must be negotiated with the editor.||Click Here|
|Working Money||Career||Around 3 pages||$180||10/02/2015||Submit articles on financial planning, mutual funds, investments and well-rounded finance-related tutorials. Payment is a flat fee of $180 per accepted submission.||Click Here|
|Atlantic Business||Career||1,000 to 4,000||.40 cents per word||10/02/2015||From Atlantic Business:|
"We cover all areas of business within the four Atlantic provinces – everything from technology and business leadership to natural resources and petroleum development. But please note that we only publish stories specific to Atlantic Canadian businesses or business people."
Articles are typically 1,000 to 1,200 words, while a cover story is usually 3,500 to 4,000 words in length. They currently pay .40 cents per word.
|Rapid Magazine||Transportation & Travel Assistance||400 to 2,000||Up to .20 cents per word||10/01/2015||From Rapid Magazine:|
"apid magazine covers all aspects of whitewater paddlesports. Rapid celebrates the diversity of whitewater freeboating – paddling rivers top to bottom, throwing down, splatting rocks and tearing up waves. Rapid is a magazine with a global scope and an international readership. Our readers range from rank beginners to experienced boaters who share the desire to learn, explore and experience the whitewater paddling world."
They cover various departments that focus on subjects such as profiling, local spots, great travel stories and DYI pieces. Word count ranges from 400 to 2,000 words and pay up to .20 cents per word.
|Sail||Transportation & Travel Assistance||1,500 to 3,000||Varies||10/01/2015||From Sail Mag:|
"We look for unique views of sailing. Read recent issues of SAIL to see the sort of articles we publish. Remember that SAIL teaches sailors of all abilities, beginner to expert, how to improve their sailing skills, equip their boats for more effective sailing, and enjoy sailing more. Think constructively; write about how to avoid common problems."
Article length is typically between 1,500 to 3,000 words. Payment goes up to $800 per article, but varies depending on quality and overall subject matter.
|Pacific Yachting||Transportation & Travel Assistance||800 to 2,000||Varies||09/21/2015||From Pacific Yachting:|
"In particular we look for destination pieces, how-to articles, seamanship pieces and articles of general interest to boaters cruising the West Coast."
Departments are typically 800 to 1,000 words, while features run up to 2,000 words.
|PassageMaker||Transportation & Travel Assistance||800 to 4,000||$150 to $900||09/21/2015||From the source:|
"PassageMaker Magazine is a publication covering all aspects of trawlers and ocean motorboats, and welcomes contributions from around the world. Our lifestyle focus addresses the realities of cruising under power and passagemaking."
Payment depends on word count and quality (generally $350 to $900 for features consisting of 800 to 4,000 words). Shorter pieces of 1,200 words or fewer pay up to $400.
|Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors||Destinations & World||500 to 1,500||$250 to $500||09/21/2015||As the title suggests, this is all about homes in Maine, but with a stronger emphasis on boating.|
Payment info from the source:
"Manuscripts submitted for feature consideration should be approximately 1,000-1,500 words in length. Sidebars are encouraged. Departments ("A Letter from Home", "My Boat, My Harbor") are shorter: 500-750 words as a general rule. Our rates vary with each individual submission and range from $250 per item for shorter pieces up to $400-500 for feature articles."
|Pilot Journal||Transportation & Travel Assistance||Varies||Varies||09/08/2015||Magazine dedicated to pilots, teaching each other various details and covering flight/pilot related news and information. Word count and payment may vary. They buy all rights to your written work.||Click Here|
|The Polymer Arts||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||.5 to .10 cents per word||09/08/2015||This magazine welcomes polymer clay artists to provide every conceivable topic on this exciting art and craft, such as advanced techniques and practices and the best tools. While length is currently unspecified, they pay between 5 to 10 cents a word.||Click Here|
|Kayak Angler||Transportation & Travel Assistance||400 to 1,500||.20 cents per word||09/08/2015||From the source:|
"Kayak Angler celebrates the intersection of fishing and paddlesports, with an emphasis on hook-ups and sleigh rides from all manner of paddle- and pedal-powered sporting rides."
The magazine publishes four issues per year (Feb/May/Aug/Nov). They pay .20 cents per word and articles can be of up to 1,500 words depending on content type.
|Good Old Boat Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||300 to 5,000||$50 to $700||09/08/2015||From Good Old Boat:|
"We publish articles focused on pride of ownership and articles that discuss upgrades, maintenance, refits, and restoration of good old boats. In addition to these core themes, we publish articles about vendors of good old boat products and services and histories of sailing industry companies and individuals who have influenced the industry."
They pay $50 to $700 and word count goes from 300 to 5,000 words depending on the type of submission. Click here for full payment and word count details.
|Canoeroots||Transportation & Travel Assistance||300 to 2,000||.20 cents per word||09/08/2015||This magazine covers everything about canoes, including tutorials, ideal exploration environments and safety tips. The magazine is published 3 times a year (February, May and August).|
They have several departments and subjects that range from 300 to 2,000 words, and pay .20 cents per published word.
|Cruising World Mag||Destinations & World||Up to 2,500||$25 to $1,000||09/08/2015||Cruising World magazine accepts articles on cruising, boating, travel, living abroad, gear & maintenance and more. They pay $25 to $200 for short pieces and $300 to $1,000 for in-depth features/tutorials.||Click Here|
|Ceramics Monthly||Arts and Entertainment||750 to 1,500||.10 cents per word||09/08/2015||This magazine covers everything ceramic artists need to know about the craft - from tutorials to tips to extensive, in-depth research pieces about health and safety issues and the handling of materials. Word count ranges from 750 to 1,500 words depending on the type of article submitted, and they pay .10 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Cruising Outpost||Destinations & World||300 to 2,000||$50 to $250||09/08/2015||Talk about exciting cruising adventures, submit high quality photos of your boat (including interior design and boat dimensions), explain the various things you can do once you arrive to your destination and much more.|
Stories are generally 500 to 1,500 words and payment varies per subject ($50 to $250).
|Flight Journal||Transportation & Travel Assistance||2,500 to 3,000||$600||09/08/2015||"Flight Journal presents aviation-oriented material, for the most part with a historical overtone, but also with some modern “history in the making” reporting. Many articles have an “I was there” or “from the cockpit” human-interest emphasis..."||Click Here|
|The Artist's Magazine||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$400 to $600||09/08/2015||Submit articles based on a wide range of artistic topics. Talk about best practices, tips, suggested creative process and other general concerns in your chosen artistic industry. Word count varies, and payment ranges between $400 and $600.||Click Here|
|Wooden Boat||Transportation & Travel Assistance||1,000 to 4,000||$250 to $300||09/08/2015||From the source:|
"Unlike any other periodical in our field, we are devoted exclusively to the design, building, care, preservation, and use of wooden boats, both commercial and pleasure, old and new, sail and power."
|Art Jewelry Mag||Arts and Entertainment||500 to 3,000||Varies||09/08/2015||From Art Jewelry Magazine:|
"Art Jewelry publishes articles of interest to those who love to design, construct, and collect jewelry that makes a statement."
Beginner submissions should contain 500 to 700 words; intermediate between 1,000 to 2,000, and advanced between 2,000 to 3,000. Multiple photos also required depending on submission. Payment is made upon receipt of the article.
|Adventure Kayak||Transportation & Travel Assistance||300 to 2,000||.20 cents per word||09/08/2015||From the source:|
"Adventure Kayak celebrates all the adventures of kayak touring, from a tour through the local bay to an arctic expedition to all the diversity in between. Adventure Kayak’s content has an international scope. Our readers range from rank beginners to experts paddlers who share the desire to learn, explore and experience the paddling world."
They have various departments with varying count count requirements (ranging from 300 to 2,000 words). Payment is .20 cents per word.
|American Road Mag||Destinations & World||1,000 to 2,500||13 cents per word||09/06/2015||This magazine mainly focuses on America's noteworthy roads and highways, along with the ways they were built and how they have changed the country for the better. Length: 1,000 to 2,500 words. Payment: 13 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Rider Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||Up to 1,800 words||$250 to $750||09/06/2015||From Rider Magazine:|
"Rider is written for the most mature, affluent and discerning readers in motorcycling. They are mostly experienced motorcycle enthusiasts. Rider readers are demanding critic..."
Stories are usually no longer than 1,800 words, and payment goes up to $750.
|Subaru Drive Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||Varies||Varies||09/06/2015||Subaru Drive magazine (published quarterly) speaks to all Subaru vehicle owners, accepting a wide variety of submissions closely related to Subaru of America. Payment scale and word count are determined by the editors.||Click Here|
|DieCast X Mag||Destinations & World||150 to 1,200||Varies||09/06/2015||This is all about diecast vehicles, detailing how the most advanced ones operate, providing various customization tutorials, and explaining how they have changed the automotive industry. Payment varies by article type and quality.|
From the source:
"... New Product Introducton) 150-200 words Quick Looks: (Mini review) 500 words Out of the Box (Full Review): 1000 to 1200 words, Features: 1000 to 1200 words."
|Motorcycle Consumer News||Transportation & Travel Assistance||1,000 to 3,000||Varies||09/06/2015||From the source:|
"Motorcycle Consumer News© is a magazine devoted to all aspects of motorcycle consumerism and travel on motorcycles. Though we publish a wide variety of material dealing with motorcycling, we do not accept unassigned product reports, unassigned rally coverage,motorcycle evaluations, poetry, or X-rated contributions."
Technical articles and improvement-based tutorials are typically preferred. Payment is currently unspecified.
|Motorcycle Mojo Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||600 to 2,000||Varies||09/06/2015||Motorcycle Mojo looks for pieces on touring, travel destination, cruises and other various travel-related articles.|
General submissions range from 600-800 words, and travel features can be up to 2,000 words. Payment is per-word and ultimately determined by its quality and related factors.
|HOW Magazine||Web & Technology||1,200 to 2,000||$250 to $800||09/05/2015||HOW focuses on graphic design in many formats (web design, prints, compact discs among others). They also cover related informative articles such as avoiding a tax audit in your graphic design business.||Click Here|
|Kaleidoscope||Health||Varies||$10 to $100||09/05/2015||From Kaleidoscope:|
"Kaleidoscope magazine creatively focuses on the experiences of disability through literature and the fine arts. Unique to the field of disability studies, this award-winning publication expresses the experience of disability from the perspective of individuals, families, friends, healthcare professionals, educators and others." They pay $10 to $100 if your piece is accepted.
|Pottery Making Illustrated||Arts and Entertainment||500 to 1,500||Varies||09/05/2015||Provide extensive tips (with images) on forming and perfecting ceramic art. Talk about skills, different tools used, safety, clay recipes, hand building skills and everything in between.||Click Here|
|Rug Hooking Mag||Arts and Entertainment||1,800 to 3,000||Varies||09/05/2015||Submit articles on rug hooking (tips and techniques). Word count runs from 1,800 to 3,000 words depending on research and article. Payment also varies.||Click Here|
|Bead & Button||Arts and Entertainment||1,000 to 1,200||$75 to $300||09/05/2015||From Bead & Button:|
"Bead&Button, your complete beading resource, is a bimonthly magazine devoted to techniques, projects, and designs of beaded jewelry and accessories. Our readership includes bead and button makers, hobbyists, and enthusiasts who find satisfaction in making beautiful pieces."
|Pastel Journal||Arts and Entertainment||500 to 2,000||Up to $600||09/05/2015||From Pastel Journal:|
"This bi-monthly publication for professional artists and passionate amateurs showcases the best work of today's top artists. With full-color reproductions, in-depth interviews and how-to demonstrations of craft, it inspires and informs the pastel artist." Length: 500 to 2,000 words. Payment: Up to $600.
|League of American Orchestras||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||Varies||09/05/2015||From LAO:|
"We publish recurring columns on: orchestra history; orchestra repertoire; new American orchestral music; orchestras and technology/Internet; recent books on music; commentary; public advocacy for orchestras."
|American Indian Art Magazine||Arts and Entertainment||6,000 to 7,000||$200 to $400||09/05/2015||Quarterly magazine dedicated to art by North American Indians. Submit research articles, exhibition features and museum collection articles.|
Word count generally runs between 6,000 to 7,000 words. They pay between $200 to $400 depending on feature articles, museum collection articles and exhibition features.
|Visual Arts News||Arts and Entertainment||500 to 3,000||$100 to $150||09/05/2015||Magazine that focuses on contemporary art (primarily Nova Scotia art). However, they also accept other articles and regions that may be of interest.|
From Visual Arts News:
"Features (1,000-3,000 words), exhibition reviews (500-750 words) and artist profiles (500-1,500 words) are the most popular stories we accept." They pay between $100 to $150.
|Lanico Enterprise||Stories - Fiction||3,500 to 5,000||$20 to $100||09/01/2015||Lanico Enterprise is seeking stories for two anthologies (Christian fiction and mystery).||Click Here|
|Greenburger Associates||General;Stories - Fiction||Varies||Varies||09/01/2015||Courtney Miller-Callihan (a literary agent) seeks both fiction and non-fiction submissions.|
From Greenburger Associates:
"Courtney is currently seeking women’s fiction, romance, and historical novels, as well as nonfiction projects on unusual topics, humor, pop culture, and lifestyle books."
|Entangled (Covet)||Stories - Fiction||50,000 to 70,000||Up to 35% in royalties||09/01/2015||From Entangled/Covet:|
"Covet is seeking contemporary paranormal and near-future scifi romances between 50k and 70K words in length. Our stories have a romantic trope and an alpha hero at their core, with the paranormal or scifi elements and worldbuilding taking a backseat to the growing relationship."
|The Massachusetts Review||General;Stories - Fiction||Up to 8,000||40%||09/01/2015||The Massachusetts Review accepts a wide variety of topics based on fiction, non-fiction, poetry and translations. Fiction stories should not exceed 8,000 words or 30 pages, while other types do not have a specified word count limit. They pay $50 per accepted submission.|
Note that The Massachusetts Review does not accept submissions between May 1st and September 30th.
|River Styx||General;Stories - Fiction||Varies||Varies||09/01/2015||From River Styx:|
"We publish poetry, short fiction, plays, essays, interviews, drawings, and photographs." There is no word count minimum/maximum for fiction. Payment is currently unspecified.
|Western Art & Architecture||Arts and Entertainment||250 to 1,500||50 cents per word (on average)||09/01/2015||Western Art & Architecture focuses on art collecting and general architecture. Payment is generally .50 cents per word. They have several submission types and departments whose word count ranges from 250 to 1,500.|
From the magazine:
"All of our features, columns and photography focus on America’s love affair with the Western visual arts — from the classic Western masters to contemporary trendsetters..."
|Hang Gliding & Paragliding Mag||Arts and Entertainment||100 to over 2,500||$30 to $150||09/01/2015||This magazine provides news and tips about hang gliding and paragliding. Articles generally aim to improve pilots' abilities and skills. They pay up to $150 per accepted submission. Click here to see more pay rates depending on submission type.||Click Here|
|Fox Sports College Football Blog||General||Varies||$50 to $100||09/01/2015||Fox Sports looks for writers to contribute blog posts about college football and other topics not related to sports (such as entertainment, celebs and pop culture). They pay $50 to $100 per submission. This is your chance to get your name on a big-name website!||Click Here|
|Metropolis Mag||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||Varies||09/01/2015||Metropolis Magazine covers many topics on design and craft (interior design, graphic design among others). Articles generally explore trends in product design, as well as issues and areas of potential improvement. Contact the editor for payment details.||Click Here|
|Montana Magazine||Destinations & World||800 to 1,500||Varies||09/01/2015||Montana Magazine looks for articles based on life in Montana (issues, life, environment, etc). They primarily accept articles between 1,000 and 1,500, although shorter department pieces are also welcome (800 to 1,000 words).||Click Here|
|Fine Homebuilding||Home & Garden||Varies||$150 minimum||09/01/2015||This is a magazine for architects and other professionals involved in home construction and renovation. They look for expert tips, advice and in-depth tutorials. They pay at least $150 per accepted submission.||Click Here|
|Spacing Mag||Destinations & World||Varies||Varies||09/01/2015||Spacing Magazine covers multiple topics based on Toronto, Canada (culture, issues, organizations, opinions and general celebrations). Word count and payment is determined by the editor.||Click Here|
|Backwoods Home||Family & Recreation;Home & Garden||Varies||$40 to $200||09/01/2015||This DYI and help magazine teaches you how to build, repair and maintain. Topics are about building a home, growing organic food and living well in the country without all the city hassles. Anything that relates to living independently and without an abundance of resources is welcome. They pay between $40 and $200 per article.||Click Here|
|FrostFire Worlds||Stories - Fiction||1,500 to 4,000||$10||08/09/2015||FrostFire Worlds is a quarterly magazine for younger audiences (8 to 14-year-olds).|
"FrostFire Worlds publishes original science fiction and fantasy short stories, poems, art, articles, reviews, and interviews. Preferred are adventure stories, space opera, and magic opera..."
|DarkFuse Magazine||Stories - Fiction||500 to over 2,000||5 cents per word||08/09/2015||DarkFuse Magazine seeks "Horror, thriller, suspense, crime, sci-fi, bizarre—anything with a dark slant. Original, never-before-published stories."|
They pay 5 cents per word, and stories must be at least 2,000 words long to qualify for payment.
|Prism Magazine||General;Stories - Fiction||Up to 25 pages (6,250)||$20 per page||08/09/2015||Prism Mag accepts short fiction, literary non-fiction, cover art, drama and poetry.|
General stories should not exceed 25 pages, or 6,250 words, and pays $20 per published page.
For poetry, they pay $40 per published page and also award $500 to an outstanding contributor each year.
Finally, they pay $300 for cover art (featured in the newest issue and website). These should be sent as PDF, TIF or PNG.
|MiFi Writers||Stories - Fiction||2,000 to 12,000||$1 per word, up to $50||08/09/2015||MiFi Writers looks for speculative fiction stories for their Division by Zero/Revolution book series.|
Length goes from 2,000 to 12,000 words, although they prefer around 8,000. Payment is $1 per word, up to $50.
|ReadShortFiction.com||Stories - Fiction||1,500 to 4,000||5 cents per word, up to $150||08/09/2015||Read Short Fiction looks for stories based on fantasy, sci fi, horror, romance, historical, action/adventure and western. They pay up to $150 for the first 3,000 words, and all stories should not exceed 4,000 words.||Click Here|
|Ellechor Publishing House||General||Varies||Varies||08/09/2015||Ellechor Publishing House looks for various subjects and formats with a focus on writing and Christianity. Payment is not disclosed at this time.|
Writers Tips is a category that provides tips that helps authors become better at what they do.
Message & Mission answers the question, "What makes me a Christian?"
Diversity covers how ethnic, background and gender can contribute to who you are.
|MobileTuts+||Web & Technology||Varies||$50 to $250||08/02/2015||From Mobiletuts+:|
Mobiletuts+ is in need of developers for the above topics. They pay $200 to $250 per full-length tutorial, and $50 to $150 for quick tips.
|Rocking God's House||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 words minimum||$10||08/02/2015||From Rocking God's House:|
"Articles should be at least 500 words or more, practical and relevant to Christian Worship and/or the Christian Entertainment Industry."
They pay $10 per completed assignment. Send your idea and never write an article without prior approval.
|Defense One||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;Destinations & World||800 to 1,500||Varies||08/02/2015||Defense One covers news about national security and military subjects. These are then divided into sub-categories.|
From Defense One:
"Topics should be relevant to current news events and fall within at least one of Defense One’s five channels: Threats, Politics, Management, Technology and Ideas."
|Impulse||Stories - Fiction||Varies||25% to 50% royalties||07/25/2015||Impulse accepts mystery, suspense and thriller fiction and heavily markets your stories to thousands of readers. Earn 25% in royalties and then 50% after 10,000 copies have been sold.||Click Here|
|Nightmare Magazine||Stories - Fiction||15,000 to 75,000||1 cent (reprints) to 6 cents (originals)||07/25/2015||From Nightmare Mag:|
"Nightmare is seeking original horror and dark fantasy stories. All types of horror and dark fantasy are welcome. No subject should be considered off-limits..."
|Post Joint||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||07/25/2015||Post Joint connects marketers/agencies that need to advertise their services with prominent bloggers. Bloggers enjoy fresh new articles and are paid to publish such sponsored content for the marketer/agency in question. Payment varies per article, and bloggers generally earn more if their website is fairly popular.||Click Here|
|Sharkpack Poetry Review||Arts and Entertainment;Freelance||Varies||$15 to $25, plus $150/yr||07/25/2015||This source is all about poetry. Submit your content and earn $15 to $25. Members submit ten pieces per year and receive an honorarium of $150 as well.||Click Here|
|Tor||Arts and Entertainment;Stories - Fiction||1,000 to 2,000 words||Varies||07/25/2015||Note: Tor is not looking for short fiction and novellas as of this writing. However, they accept non-fiction based on gaming, manga, geek culture, science & tech, as well as young adult literature.|
Articles are typically 1,000 to 2,000 words in length, but payment is not currently specified. You will also receive a byline and a bio within the article.
|Good Old Days||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;Destinations & World||600 to 1,000 words||Varies||07/10/2015||Submit personal stories and nostalgic images that capture life in the 1930s to the 1960s. All stories should be between 600 to 1,000 words.||Click Here|
|Poe Forevermore||Stories - Fiction||1,000 to 7,000||Varies||07/10/2015||Poe Forevermore looks for science fiction, horror and detective-related stories. They also accept factual/academic articles about Edgar Allan Poe.|
Fiction stories range between 1,000 and 7,000 words, while academic work must be under 5,000 words. They pay upon publication.
|Blood Bound Books||Stories - Fiction||45,000 to 90,000||Varies||07/05/2015||Blood Bound Books accepts manuscripts of 45,000 to 90,000 words based on dark fiction (such as supernatural and horror). No payment information is currently available.||Click Here|
|Constant Content||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||07/05/2015||Write and sell articles to interested clients. You can also resell the same content to multiple clients, allowing you to create passive income through a variety of topics.||Click Here|
|Port Cities Review||Destinations & World;Stories - Fiction||800 to 3,600||$50 to $150||07/05/2015||Port Cities Review looks to "capture the flavor of great port cities around the world, delivering the atmosphere of travel and change along with human depth and introspection." Articles could be in the form of essays, fiction and conversational travel stories.||Click Here|
|In the Know Traveler||Destinations & World||150 to 450+ words||$3 to $10||07/05/2015||From In the Know Traveler:|
"We are looking for writers focusing on the following subjects: travel photography, international music, adventure, family, working with a travel agency."
They pay $3 for a 150-word blurb and $10 per 450-word travel-related story. Note that this length is only the minimum word count.
|Poetry Foundation||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$300 or more||07/05/2015||Poetry Foundation seeks great poetry submissions, paying $10 per line for a minimum payment of $300.||Click Here|
|Apps Goer||Web & Technology||Varies||$30 to $50||07/05/2015||Submit iOS game news, tips and guides and earn $30 to $50 per article.||Click Here|
|Writer's Digest||Freelance||300 to 2,400||30 to .50 cents per word||07/05/2015||Very popular magazine for writers focusing on helpful tips, market listings and other subjects for creative minds. They also accept fiction, non-fiction and opinion pieces ranging from 300 to 2,400 words.||Click Here|
|Mojo||General;Stories - Fiction||Varies||$25 to $75||07/05/2015||Mojo looks for fiction, non-fiction and poetry submissions. They pay $25 for each submission type, but would pay an additional $75 if a piece is published in Mikrokosmos.||Click Here|
|Bloombury Spark||Stories - Fiction||25,000 to 60,000||Varies||07/05/2015||This source accepts ebooks about romance, supernatural, sci-fi, dystopian settings, mystery and more. It primarily appeals to teens and young adults. Your manuscripts should be between 25,000 to 60,000 words.||Click Here|
|Betwixt||Stories - Fiction||1,000 to 30,000||3 cents per word, up to $225||07/05/2015||From Betwixt:|
"Betwixt publishes speculative fiction of all sorts—fantasy, science fiction, speculative horror, slipstream, weird fiction, steam/diesel/cyber/etc.punk, you name it."
Ideal length ranges from 3,000 to 7,000 words, though they also consider anything between 1,000 and 30,000 words. Payment is 3 cents per word up to $225.
|The Pedestal||Stories - Fiction||Varies||03 cents per word; $40 depending on submission||06/27/2015||Magazine that accepts poetry and various forms of fiction (fantasy, supernatural, flash fiction, etc). They pay $40 for poems and .03 cents/word for other submissions.||Click Here|
|What Culture||Arts and Entertainment||1,500 to 2,500||40p per 1,000 views||06/27/2015||Write articles based on TV, games, movies and pop culture and make 40p per 1,000 views. Your earning potential is virtually unlimited.||Click Here|
|Verbatim Mag||Education||Varies||$25 to $500||06/27/2015||Verbatim is described as a "language and linguistics for the layperson" magazine. Not much details are disclosed about word count, though they pay $25 to $500.||Click Here|
|Vestal Review||Stories - Fiction||100 to 500 words||03 to .10 cents per word||06/27/2015||Submit flash fiction between 100 to 500 words. Note that they only publish twice a year and their reading periods are from February to May, and then again from August to November.||Click Here|
|Washingtonian||Destinations & World||1,500 to 20,000||Varies||06/27/2015||Submit investigative articles related to the general Washington area. Word count goes from 1,500 to 3,000 on average, though some pieces can reach 20,000 words. Payment is currently undisclosed.||Click Here|
|The Western Online||Stories - Fiction||3,000 to 5,000||$3 to $5||06/27/2015||This website focuses on fiction, non-fiction and artwork dealing with the Old West. Payment is $5 per story and $3 for art work. Maximum story length is 5,000 words, though they strongly prefer 3,000.||Click Here|
|U.S. Kids||Family & Recreation||75 to over 700||$30 to $50 on average||06/27/2015||U.S. Covers two kids magazines (Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill) and they look for friendly, playful and witty submissions. These could be fiction, non-fiction, poems, puzzles and more.|
Word count and payment varies greatly depending on submission. A short submission could be 200 words while a long one could run for 800 words. Average payment is $30 to $50.
|The Masters Review||Stories - Fiction||Up to 5,000||10 cents per word (Estimated)||06/27/2015||Submit stories on fiction and non-fiction and earn 10 cents per word. They also open submissions to other temporary gigs and themes that pay a similar amount.||Click Here|
|Hongkiat||Web & Technology||800 to 1,000||$50 (Estimated)||06/27/2015||Contribute articles about technology, tutorials, design and web development. We read they pay $50 per article, though this information is not available on their website.||Click Here|
|The Escapist||Arts and Entertainment;Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||06/27/2015||This website covers articles about games, TV, comics and general tech.|
Submit a pitch to the editor detailing your article idea. He will then send you the desired word count and offer you a certain amount of money based on your experience and the topic in question.
|Touchstone Magazine||Family & Recreation||1,000 to 5,000||$125 per published page||06/27/2015||Touchstone is a religious magazine that accepts submissions for these departments:|
Features (3,000 to 5,000 words)
Book Reviews (1,000 to 2,000 words)
Views (1,000 to 2,500 words
Communiques (1,500 to 2,000 words)
|U.S. Catholic Mag||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||350 to 3,500||$500 or more||06/27/2015||This magazine covers topics such as "family life, education, economics, science, immigration, social justice, the environment, and parish life."|
Feature articles range from 2,700 to 3,500 words and pay at least $500. Other departments and columns (suh as essays, short stories and reviews) go from 350 to 1,500 words
|Trapper's World||Animals||Up to 5,000||$100||06/27/2015||Contribute submissions about trapping techniques, how-tos and tips. Feature articles can go up to 5,000 words, while traditional how-tos should not exceed 2,500 words. Photos must be included with all submissions. Payment goes up to $100.||Click Here|
|The Threepenny Review||Arts and Entertainment||1,000 to 4,000||$200 to $400||06/27/2015||Submit reviews on books, theater, movies and arts.|
From The Threepenny Review:
"As a rule, critical articles should be about 1200 to 2500 words, Table Talk items 1000 words or less, stories and memoirs 4000 words or less, and poetry 100 lines or less. "
|The Saturday Evening Post||General||1,000 to 3,000||$400 (Estimated)||06/27/2015||The Saturday Evening Post accepts subjects based on fiction, non-fiction, humor, history and more. Submission length goes from 1,000 to 3,000 words depending on the article.||Click Here|
|West Suburban Dog Mag||Animals||Varies||$25||06/27/2015||Submit articles about dogs in general (tips, how-tos, personal stories and experiences). Receive $25 if your submission is accepted.||Click Here|
|Video Maker||Web & Technology||900 to 2,000||Varies||06/27/2015||From Video Maker:|
"Videomaker provides comprehensive coverage of analog and digital consumer-level video production tools. It gives tips and techniques appropriate for anyone involved with producing video as a hobby, in business, or education."
|Desert USA||Destinations & World||1,200 to 1,500||$100||06/27/2015||From Desert USA:|
“The main editorial focus of DesertUSA.com is travel in the North American Desert and surrounding regions. A strong emphasis in natural and cultural history is a major theme in our magazine and a popular interest to readers.”
They maintain several sections that allow you to talk about personal adventures, regional history and general travel tips. Word count ranges from 1,200 to 1,500.
|True West Mag||Destinations & World||Up to 1,500||Varies||06/27/2015||True West focuses on non-fiction, analytical articles based on life in the Old West between 1800 and 1910. It also tries to tie that period to some modern-day traditions and way of life. Submissions generally do not go over 1,500 words.||Click Here|
|Today's Christian Woman||Family & Recreation||800 to 1,500 words||Varies||06/27/2015||From Today's Christian Woman:|
"Today's Christian Woman's mission is to encourage, equip, and inspire Christian women to live out their faith fearlessly in the grit of everyday life."
They cover subjects on sex, marriage, faith and parenting.
|Trapper's Post||Animals||500 to 2,000||10 cents per word||06/27/2015||From Trapper's Post:|
"We're looking for articles on all aspects of trapping, from how-to trapping methods for all furbearers to other topics like trapline planning/organization, equipment, lure and bait, handling fur, selecting locations, dealing with weather, personal experiences, and more."
|Write Naked||Freelance;General||450 to 650||$50 to $200||06/27/2015||Talk about writing, publishing tips, success stories and everything related. Earn $50 per post or $200 if your article is particularly interesting.||Click Here|
|The Penny Hoarder||General||700 to 900||$100 to $500||06/27/2015||The Penny Hoarder accepts articles on making money, as well as saving and growing your finances. Articles can be about offline and online ways to earn.|
They pay $100 if your article reaches 50,000 views, $100 if it reaches 100,000 views, and $500 if it manages to generate 250,000 visitors. Payment goes out quarterly.
|Woodworker's Journal||Home & Garden||1,000 words on average||$50 to $225||06/27/2015||They accept submissions for woodworkers looking for tips, techniques, new project ideas and tool reviews. They pay between $50 to $150 depending on the article you're submitting (techniques, tool reviews or features).||Click Here|
|Digital Ocean||Web & Technology||800 to 1,500+||$50 to $200||06/27/2015||Write tutorials relating to Linux or FreeBSD. Tutorials based on old system updates pay $50; simple guides of roughly 800 words pay $100; in-depth tutorials of 1,500 or more words pay $200.||Click Here|
|Global Comment||Freelance;General||800 to 1,200||Varies||06/27/2015||Write articles/opinions on multiple topics ranging from science, religion, technology, society and more. Payment is currently unknown, but your articles should run between 800 to 1,200 words.||Click Here|
|Urban Farm||Food and Drink;Health||500 to 2,000||Varies||06/27/2015||From Urban Farm:|
"Between the covers, you’ll find how-to projects, small-space gardening tips, backyard-livestock advice, profiles of urban farmers, "green” and innovative products, and of course, recipes for preparing your homegrown vegetables, eggs and other farm bounty."
Regular submissions generally run from 1,000 to 2,000 words, while short news stories are typically 500 words. Payment varies.
|Thriving Family||Family & Recreation||50 to 1,500||25 cents per word; varies per submission||06/27/2015||This source is all about parenting, marriage and improving your relationship with your kids.|
Short pieces of 50-200 words pay $50, while features pay .25 cents ranging from 1,200 to 1,500 words.
|Wine Maker||Food and Drink||1,500 to 3,000||$50 to $150||06/27/2015||They cover recipe articles (tutorials and techniques), general interests pieces (such as expert interviews) and general columns (such as Q&A sections). Word count goes from 1,500 to 3,000 in length depending on your submission type.|
Compensation ranges from $50 to $150 depending on article length, quality and your overall experience.
|Three-lobed Burning Eye||Stories - Fiction||500 to 7,000||03 cents/word||06/27/2015||This magazine covers horror and dark science fiction stories.|
Short stories can reach up to 7,000 words, while flash fiction goes from 500 to 1,000 words. They pay .03 cents per word for a maximum of $35.
|Washington Monthly||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 to 5,000||10 cents per word||06/27/2015||This source covers subjects on politics, government, culture and the media.|
Investigative and opinion pieces go from 2,000 to 5,000 words, while short news stories vary between 500 and 1,000 words. Payment is .10 cents per word.
|Ghost Bloggers||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||06/27/2015||Similar to Constant-Content; write and sell articles to interested clients. They say you are paid $3.5 per 100 words, but you can also charge whatever amount you wish.||Click Here|
|National Geographic Traveler||Destinations & World||700 to 2,500 words||Varies||06/27/2015||From Nat Geo Traveler:|
"Most Traveler features range from 1,500 to 2,500 words, depending on the subject. Traveler departments generally run from 750 to 1,500 words. Compensation varies depending on the type of feature or department but is competitive with other national magazines."
|Vibrant Life||Health||450 to 1,000||$100 to $300||06/27/2015||Vibrant Life focuses on physical and mental health, as well as spiritual balance from a Christian point of view. Submissions should have an informal and friendly tone, avoiding complicated medical terms.|
Articles go from 450 to 1,000 words and payment ranges between $100 and $300 words.
|Vector Diary||Web & Technology||Varies||$150||06/24/2015||Submit Illustrator tutorials (vector design) and earn $150 via PayPal.||Click Here|
|Budget Travel||Destinations & World||Varies||Varies||06/24/2015||From Budget Travel:|
“It provides smart consumers with practical and timely tips and tools, uncovering the best under-the-radar discoveries and showing just how any destination can be made accessible.”
|Copify||Freelance||500 or more||$25 per 500 words||06/24/2015||Create copy for various clients/brands. This website appears to target only UK writers. Payment is $25 per 500 words, and these are processed every day.||Click Here|
|All Writing||Freelance;General||Varies||$10 to $20 per page (Estimated)||06/24/2015||Write academic papers for clients. This is a content agency, therefore the word exact word count and payment varies per assignment.||Click Here|
|Universal Class||Freelance;General||N/A (Video)||$20 per minute of edited video||06/24/2015||Submit instructional videos about a wide range of topics (such as cooking or computing). Earn $20 per each minute of edited video.||Click Here|
|Smithsonian||Freelance;General||Varies||Up to .60 cents per word (Estimated)||06/24/2015||Pitch your idea to the editors and get paid if your article is ultimately accepted. Not much information is currently available (payment method, word count or other details).||Click Here|
|Make Me Heal||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;Health||Varies||$10 to $20||06/24/2015||Write articles and stories on plastic surgery. These may include:|
From Make Me Heal:
"Celebrity plastic surgery
Plastic surgery breakthroughs, procedures, new techniques
Celebrity gossip about skin care, makeup and other beauty products used by stars
Odd, strange, and funny stories related to plastic surgery."
|Digital Journal||Freelance;General||300 or more||Revenue share (pay per view)||06/24/2015||Write news pieces and earn money from all page views generated. The average article tends to generate $2 to $3 dollars before its popularity dwindles.||Click Here|
|Edit Fast||Freelance;General||Varies||60% of earnings||06/24/2015||Content management company in need of editors and writers. They keep 40% of all earnings and pay you the rest via PayPal.||Click Here|
|Tech Writers||Freelance;Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||06/24/2015||Write technical articles and documents for individuals and organizations. Most gigs require on-site meetings to discuss terms with the client or other staff members.||Click Here|
|Landscaping Ideas Online||Home & Garden||600 to 1,500||Varies||06/24/2015||Write articles on landscaping topics (tips, tutorials and everything in between). They offer upfront payment as well as a revenue sharing option.|
Word count goes from 600 to 1,500 words on average.
|Love to Know||Freelance;General||Varies||$15 to $50||06/24/2015||Submit articles on a variety of topics including fashion, entertainment, health, technology and more.|
Payment is per article and ranges from $15 to $50.
|Destination 360||Destinations & World||Varies||Varies||06/24/2015||Write travel guides and cover exotic destinations throughout the world. You do not need to have traveled to any particular place. Word count and payment information is unavailable.||Click Here|
|Poets & Writers||General;Stories - Fiction||500-3,000 words||Varies||06/07/2015||This magazine covers poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Length ranges from 500 to 3,000 depending on the section you're writing for. Payment is currently undisclosed.||Click Here|
|Popular Woodworking||Home & Garden||600 words or more||$50 to $250||06/07/2015||This magazine covers topics based on two sections: End Grain and Tricks of the Trade. The former pays at least $250 with a average length of 600 words, while the latter pays $50-$100. However, the best tip can also earn you a $250 gift card.||Click Here|
|Practical Homeschooling Mag||Education||Varies||$50||06/07/2015||This is dedicated to parents who are currently homeschooling their children or considering the idea. Submit tips and general advice for $50 per article.||Click Here|
|The Bark Mag||Animals||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||The Bark is distributed to over 250,000 readers. They look for articles based on life with dogs in a journalistic tone. Maximum word count and payment is not specified, as you must negotiate these terms with the editor.||Click Here|
|WL Marketing||Freelance;General||300 to 1,000||Varies||06/07/2015||WL Marketing connects you with businesses in need of a variety of articles. You must specify the desired salary per 300, 500 and 1,000 word articles during the signup process.||Click Here|
|Make a Living Writing||Freelance||500||$50||06/07/2015||Write paid posts on writing, finding lucrative clients and general tips. Articles should not go over 500 words and pay $50 through PayPal.|
Note that Carol Tice only accepts articles from current and former Freelance Writers Den members (a paid membership).
|PS Deluxe||Web & Technology||Varies||$30-$75||06/07/2015||Website dedicated to Photoshop tutorials, tricks and general graphic design. Tutorials pay up to $75, while design-related articles pay between $30 and $50.||Click Here|
|Pseudopod||Stories - Fiction||500 to 6,000 words||$20 to $100||06/07/2015||An audio-based horror magazine (writers send in the written work and the stories are ultimately read by voice actors). Flash fiction stories are typically close to 1,000 words, and short stories range between 2,000 to 6,000 words. Payment for flash fiction is $20, while short stories pay $100.||Click Here|
|Audio Tuts Plus||Web & Technology||500 words or under 5 minutes of audio||$50||06/07/2015||Website dedicated to all things audio, dealing primarily with music software tips.|
From Audio Tuts Plus:
“A Quick Tip is a mini-tutorial of around 500 words, or a screencast of under 5 minutes in length. In general it would only cover one main point or technique.”
|Text Master||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||Write articles for a variety of businesses, similarly to TextBroker and Demand Media Studios. Earn up to 13.7 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Outpost Travel||Destinations & World||Up to 5,200||Varies||06/07/2015||This magazine looks for tips on travel journalism , stories and related guides.|
They look for features between 3,000 and 5,200 words, columns between 1,000 and 1,500 words, and other formats that vary in length.
|PVM Garage||Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||From PVM Garage:|
|Texas Gardener||Home & Garden||700 to 2,600||$50 to $200||06/07/2015||Texas Gardener is interested in articles about gardening; this includes tips, interviews with prominent names and technical pieces. They pay between $50 to $200, and article length should be between 700 and 2,600 words depending on article type.||Click Here|
|Radish||Food and Drink||Varies||$25 to $150||06/07/2015||They talk about natural foods and products based on the Western Illinois and Eastern Iowa regions. Related topics generally include health and fitness.|
Payment goes from $25 to $150 depending on the department and overall length of your article.
|Back to College||Education||1,000 to 1,500||$32.50 to $65||06/07/2015||Back to College looks for news and articles that offer practical advice for older students re-entering school.|
They accept reprints for $32.50 and new submissions for $65 or more. Articles should be between 1,000 and 1,500 words in length.
|Pet Sitter's World||Animals||750-5,000 words||$10 to $300||06/07/2015||Magazine dedicated to educational articles for pet sitters. Photographs and cartoons pay roughly $10 to $25, while articles pay up to $300.||Click Here|
|Knowledge Nuts||Freelance;General||Varies||$10||06/07/2015||Compose fun articles detailing facts and misconceptions and receive $10 via PayPal or Bitcoin.||Click Here|
|One Story||Stories - Fiction||3,000-8,000 words||$500||06/07/2015||One Story pays $500 for literary fiction between 3,000 to 8,000 words. They are primarily looking for unique/original material, although stories published in print outside of North America are also considered.|
Submissions are accepted between September and May of each year.
|Brazeen Careerist||Career||700 to 900 words||Varies||06/07/2015||Submit articles about careers, HR, job search and professional development. You must pitch your idea to the editor before writing an article.||Click Here|
|The Drabblecast||Stories - Fiction||00 to 4,000||03 cents per word||06/07/2015||The Drabblecast welcomes fiction stories ranging from weird to hilarious. Payment is currently .03 cents per word. Shorter submissions earn you attribution/exposure.||Click Here|
|Ceramics.org||General||Up to 1,000||$25 to $950||06/07/2015||Ceramics.org welcomes articles about, well, ceramics. If you consider yourself an expert in the field, you may submit articles of up to 5,000 words and make up to $950. Shorter pieces can earn you $25 to $350 for up to 1,000 words.||Click Here|
|Salon||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||Salon accepts articles on multiple subjects including tech, entertainment, business and general news. Payment is currently unspecified.||Click Here|
|Pockets||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||600-1,000 words||Varies||06/07/2015||From Pockets Magazine:|
"Designed for 6- to 12-year-olds, Pockets magazine offers wholesome devotional readings that teach about God’s love and presence in life. The content includes fiction, scripture stories, puzzles and games, poems, recipes, colorful pictures, activities, and scripture readings."
|Sasee||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||500 to 1,000 words||Varies||06/07/2015||From Sasee:|
"Essays, humor, satire, personal experience, and features on topics relating to women are our primary editorial focus."
Articles should not go over 1,000 words. Payment varies.
|T. Gene Davis' Speculative Blog||Stories - Fiction||250 to 6,000||$75||06/07/2015||This blog accepts science fiction, fantasy and horror stories. They pay $75 per published story and they can be between 250 to 6,000 words.||Click Here|
|Top Six List||Freelance;General||1,000 words minimum||$10||06/07/2015||Compose list articles with at least 6 items based on different subjects. Receive $10 via PayPal for articles of at least 1,000 words.||Click Here|
|Funds for Writers||Freelance||500 to 600||$45 to $50||06/07/2015||Submit articles about writing. These should consist of success stories, ways to make money writing, overviews on unique markets and other success topics.|
Articles are no more than 600 words and pay up to $50.
|Student Experts||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||Student Experts works with small and medium-sized businesses, and your job is to create blog posts and articles for them. Payment structure and word count unknown.||Click Here|
|Strategy Page||Career||200 to 1,000||$30||06/07/2015||Strategy Page is all about military subjects, covering weapons, commonly used tactics, software specifically designed to assist armed forces and more. Articles are usually 200 to 1,000 words and pay $30.||Click Here|
|Strange Horizons||Stories - Fiction||Up to 10,000||08 cents per word||06/07/2015||Strange Horizons welcomes speculative fiction of up to 10,000 words, although they often prefer stories under 5,000 words. They pay .08 cents per word at this time.||Click Here|
|Content Customs||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||Another website that connects you with clients to write about practically any subject. For this reason, payment and word count varies.|
Some projects are paid per word while others simply offer a flat rate.
|Strand Magazine||Stories - Fiction||2,000 to 6,000||$25 to $150||06/07/2015||Strand Magazine wants stories on the supernatural, horror mystery. Length goes from 2,000 to 6,000 words and payment is generally $25 to $150.||Click Here|
|St. Anthony Messenger||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||20 cents per word||06/07/2015||St. Anthony Messenger covers family-friendly subjects, marriage advice, spirituality articles and other general topics. Payment is around .20 cents per word, and general feature length is 2,000 to 2,500 words.||Click Here|
|The Tech Labz||Web & Technology||Varies||$50 to $75||06/07/2015||The Tech Labz wants tutorials on Adobe products and other web design/development software. Pay is $50 to $75.||Click Here|
|The Fiscal Times||Career||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||The Fiscal Times accepts articles on politics, businesses, economy and other financial subjects. Pay amount is currently undisclosed.||Click Here|
|Sports Spectrum||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||1,500 to 2,000||21 cents per word||06/07/2015||From Sports Spectrum:|
"Our feature articles are intended to allow Christian athletes to tell how their faith and their knowledge of God's Word help them as they face difficult issues. These issues should be things all people can relate to."
Payment starts at .21 cents per word for articles between 1,500 to 2,000 words.
|Sierra||Destinations & World||50 to 4,000||75 cents; up to $1,000||06/07/2015||From Sierra:|
"Sierra is a bimonthly national magazine publishing writing, photography, and art about the natural world. Our readers are environmentally concerned, politically diverse, and actively enjoy the outdoors."
Their departments accept articles that range from 50 to 4,000 words. Payment starts at .75 cents per word and you can earn up to $1,000 depending on the article.
|The Gay & Lesbian Review||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||200 to 4,000||$50 to $100||06/07/2015||The Gay & Lesbian Review publishes poems, book reviews, essays and interviews. Length varies greatly depending on the article, allowing you to submit up to 4,000 words and make up to $100.||Click Here|
|Skyword||Freelance;General||400-800 words (Estimated)||$60 to $150 (Estimated)||06/07/2015||Skyword connects you with lucrative brands to compose articles on any given subject. Payment largely depends on the client you work with, as well as its length.||Click Here|
|Notre Dame Magazine||Education||750-2,000 words||Varies||06/07/2015||Magazine published by the University of Notre Dame, covering student activities, institutional events, academic subjects and discussions and more.|
Word count ranges between 750 to 2,000 words depending on the department you're writing for. Payment is not specified.
|The Change Agent||Education||200 to 1,000||$50||06/07/2015||The Change Agent accepts articles on adult education and how to become more successful as a student. They pay $50 for articles between 200 and 1,000 words.||Click Here|
|Parents & Kids Mag||Family & Recreation||600 words||$25 and up||06/07/2015||Parenting magazine with a focus on Mississippi writers and families. Articles should generally be 600 words and payment starts at $25.||Click Here|
|The American Gardener||Home & Garden||600 to 2,500||$300 to $600||06/07/2015||These guys cover everything about gardening for novices and veterans alike. Word count ranges from 600 to 2,500 words depending on article type and department. Payment is between $300 and $600.||Click Here|
|Old Farmer's Almanac||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||Varies||06/07/2015||Old Farmer's Almanac looks for pieces about home life, homemade remedies, amusement, gardening, romance, animals, weather-based topics and more.|
Payment and word count not specified.
|Off-Lead||Animals||700-1,200 words||Varies||06/07/2015||This website looks for articles about dog training and techniques to improve your pet's behavior. Payment is per-word, although currently unspecified.||Click Here|
|Essay Writers.net||Education||Varies||Up to $30 per page||06/07/2015||Write academic work for clients including resume services, legal projects, healthcare and technical articles. You must complete a writing test before approval. Payment varies greatly and some projects pay over $100.||Click Here|
|Drop Zone||Arts and Entertainment||300 to over 700||$50 (Estimated)||06/07/2015||Write articles on skydiving, providing tips, techniques and everything related. Payment is currently unspecified, though we have read that they pay $50.||Click Here|
|Reptiles Mag||Animals||2,000 to 2,500||$350 to $500||06/07/2015||This magazine is dedicated to all things reptiles, from caring to breeding to general information. Articles average around 2,000 to 2,500 words and pay around $500. However, you might get paid $350 if the article does not contain enough details.||Click Here|
|Northern Woodlands||Destinations & World||200-800 words||$50-$150||06/01/2015||From Northern Woodlands Mag:|
"Northern Woodlands’ audience consists of conservation-minded people with an interest in all aspects of the forests of the Northeast."
They accept poems, book reviews, features and other formats. Payment goes from $25 to $150, though feature stories could pay more at .10 cents per word.
|Hongur||Stories - Fiction||1,000-6,000 words||$1-$15||05/21/2015||Hongur looks for vampire stories, poems, illustrations and general articles. Stories range from 2,500 to 6,000 words, while articles and reviews are typically around 2,000 words.|
Hongur pays $12 for original works and $5 for reprints. Other payment amounts are available depending on the type of work submitted, such as $4 for flash fiction under 1,000 words.
|Mad Scientist Journal||Stories - Fiction||500-8,000 words||$10-$20||05/21/2015||Note: Call for submissions may close from time to time. Please check back later.|
This source looks for flash fiction between 50 and 2,000 words. Short fiction goes from 2,000 to 8,000 words. The former pays $10, while the latter earns you $20.
|Mother Earth News||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||100-300 words||$25-$100||05/21/2015||Mother Earth News covers subjects about garden, natural health and the environment. They are looking for articles between 100 to 300 words and pay between $25 and $100.||Click Here|
|Mississippi Mag||Destinations & World||100-1,200 words||$25-$350||05/21/2015||This magazine focuses on all areas of Mississippi, including the people, places, events, history and more.|
They accept short and longer pieces ranging from 100 to 1,200 words in general.
|Indiana Living Green||Health||500-750 words||$25 or more||05/21/2015||Indiana Living Green covers multiple topics about green living and following a sustainable lifestyle. These include gardening, general health, transportation, energy conservation and more.|
Articles are generally 500-750 words and payment starts at $25 ($10 for illustrations).
|Income Diary||Web & Technology||1,000 words or more||$50 to $200 (Estimated)||05/21/2015||Income Diary accepts articles about blogging, SEO, driving traffic, internet marketing, social media and everything related to running a successful website.|
Articles should be of at least 1,000 words. You can earn $50 to $200 per accepted piece.
|Midwest Living||Destinations & World||100-1,000 words||Varies||05/21/2015||This magazine targets the Midwest region of the United States. Article length is typically 100 to 1,000 words. Rates vary depending on the article.||Click Here|
|Hudson Valley Parent||Family & Recreation||700-1,200 words or more||$25-$120||05/21/2015||This magazine covers New York's Hudson Valley, including local activities and places of interest.|
They pay $80 for local, one-page stories of 700-800 words, while longer features of 1,200 words or more can pay up to $120. They also accept reprints for $25-$35.
|Horticulture||Home & Garden||Varies||Varies||05/21/2015||Horticulture accepts unsolicited manuscripts about gardening. Payment and word count information is currently unavailable.||Click Here|
|New England Entertainment Digest||Arts and Entertainment||800-2,000 words||$15-$125||05/21/2015||This magazine keeps readers informed about theatre, dance, music and film around the New England and New York regions.|
Typical submissions consist of 800 to 2,000 words. Payment for honorariums range from $15 to $125, depending on the quality of your work.
|Neo Naturalist||Destinations & World||Varies||.03 to .06 cents per word||05/21/2015||Neo Naturalist covers topics related to nature, parks and other ecological subjects. They currently pay 3 to 6 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Literary Traveler||Destinations & World;Freelance||Varies||Varies||05/21/2015||From Literary Traveler:|
"Literary Traveler focuses on literary artists but we welcome articles about composers, painters, poets, songwriters, filmmakers, and storytellers."
Your stories should ideally talk about places that help you as an artist as well. Payment and word count information is unknown.
|Northern Virginia Magazine||Arts and Entertainment||1,500-2,500 words||Varies||05/21/2015||This source seeks articles around education, activities, important places and art in the Northern Virginia region. They also welcome interviews with prominent figures.|
Interviews are generally 1,500 to 1,800 words, while feature stories are between 2,000 to 2,500 words.
|National Parks Magazine||Destinations & World||500-2,000 words||.70 cents to $1 per word||05/21/2015||National Parks mag targets such places and covers wildlife topics, potential issues and everything related.|
From National Parks Mag:
"News articles and smaller departments are 500-1200 words. Features run approximately 1,800-2,000 words. We generally pay 70 cents to $1.00/word..."
|Lightspeed||Stories - Fiction||1,500-10,000 words||.02 to .08 cents per word||05/21/2015||This is a fiction and non-fiction mag that pays .08 cents per word for original stories, while compensating writers .02 cents for reprints. They accept stories between 1,500 to 10,000 words.||Click Here|
|Latitude 38||Transportation & Travel Assistance||500-2,500 words||$50-$125||05/21/2015||This magazine focuses on sailors within the Northern California region.|
Feature articles' length is generally 1,500-2,500 words. Shorter stories are typically 500-1,500 words. Feature articles typically pay $125, while shorter pieces pay $50-$75.
|Nashville Review||General||Up to 8,000 words||$25 to $100||05/21/2015||Nashville Review covers fiction, non-fiction, poetry, comics, music and art. Articles go up to 8,000 words and payment ranges from $25 to $100, depending on the type of submission.||Click Here|
|IWA Wine Blog||Food and Drink||500-750 words||$50||05/21/2015||IWA Wine Blog accepts submissions about "the best ways to choose, use, install or enjoy wine cellars, racks, cabinets and cooling equipment."|
Articles should be between 500-700 words and payment starts at $50.
|Horse Journals||Animals||300-1,800 words||Varies||05/20/2015||Magazine and website dedicated to horse care, stable management, horse training and nationwide events. Features should be 1,500-1,800 words, while shorter pieces can consist of 300-600 words. Payment is negotiated with the writer.||Click Here|
|Guide Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||Varies||Roughly .07 cents per word||05/20/2015||Magazine dedicated to Christianity for readers between 10 and 14 years old. They seek true stories and general guides that explore adventure, personal growth and inspiration.|
General payment is .07 to .10 cents per word. They also accept fun games (such as crossword puzzles) that pay between $25 to $40.
|Funny Times||Arts and Entertainment||500-700 words||$25-$60||05/20/2015||From Funny Times:|
"Our print publication pokes fun at politics, news, relationships, food, technology, pets, work, death, environmental issues, business, religion (yes, even religion) and the human condition in general."
Funny Times pays $25-$40 for cartoons, and $60 per published story.
|Horse Illustrated||Animals||Up to 2,000 words||Varies||05/20/2015||Horse Illustrated looks for articles based on horse care and related subjects. Articles can be up to 2,000 words in general. Payment is negotiated with the writer and is based on your article's quality.||Click Here|
|High Country News||General||500-2,400 words||.50 to $1.50 cents per word||05/20/2015||This is a non-profit news source that publishes stories around Western America.|
Front-of-book stories generally run from 500 to 1,600 words, while features start at 2,400 words. They pay between .50 to $1.50 cents per word.
|Ft. Myers Magazine||Arts and Entertainment||500-1,500 words||Approximately .10 cents per word||05/20/2015||Ft. Myers looks for articles based on local and national arts. These come in the form of music, books, television, live events and more.|
Payment, according to Ft. Myers:
"approximately 10¢ per word
500-1000 words: $50-$100
1000-1500 words: $100-$150"
|Flash Mint||Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||05/20/2015||Flash Mint looks for flash developers to write tutorials based on "Flash, Flex, ActionScript, and Animation."|
They pay $150 per accepted tutorial.
|Hobby Farm Home||Home & Garden||500-2,500 words||$50-$300+||05/20/2015||Hobby Farm Home covers topics around gardening, cooking, home maintenance, crafts and more. Length per piece goes from 500 to 2,500 depending on article type. Features can go up to 2,500 words, while shorter pieces (such as news-oriented articles) can consist of 500 words.||Click Here|
|The Photographer's Life||Destinations & World||300-600 words||$50-$200||05/20/2015||This magazine publishes articles about getting paid to travel -- these include traveling as a reporter, a photographer, being on tour and other means.|
They pay $50-$75 for articles published on the site, $100-$150 for interviews and up to $200 for pieces offering specific income advice to help readers make more money.
|Heart Insight||Health||500-1,500 words||.75 cents per word (Estimated)||05/20/2015||They publish articles about cardiovascular disease and other subjects related to heart conditions. General article length goes from 500 to 1,500 words.||Click Here|
|Good Old Boats||General||375-1,500 words||$50-$700||05/20/2015||From Good Old Boats:|
"We publish articles focused on pride of ownership and articles that discuss upgrades, maintenance, refits, and restoration of good old boats."
Payment varies greatly depending on your submission and general word count. For example, they pay $50 for a short book review, but may pay $700 for a technical article of up to 5,000 words.
|Goblin Fruit||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$2.50-$5||05/20/2015||Goblin Fruit wants poems based on fantasy, folklore and anything surreal. Payment is $5 for original works, and $2.50 for reprints.||Click Here|
|Green Prints||Home & Garden||Up to 2,000 words||$150||05/20/2015||Green Prints looks for stories about gardening with a personal touch. Offer tips and advice and make your stories personal in an effort to connect better with the reader. Payment is $150 for a story of up to 2,000 words.||Click Here|
|History Lists||Destinations & World||350-4,000 words||$10-$20||05/20/2015||Website dedicated to "listicles" about history. Each list should have anywhere from 5 to 20 items.|
Each item should be between 70 to 200 words, and payment goes from $10 to $20.
|Garden and Gun||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||200-3,000 words||Varies||05/20/2015||Garden and Gun acknowledges the sporting culture, food, music and general lifestyle of the "New South."|
Front-of-book pieces should be between 200-500 words, columns 700-1,200, while features are roughly 1,500-3,000 words. Payment is negotiated with the writer.
|Search Influence||General;Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||05/19/2015||This is a search engine firm, which means that you should know some SEO techniques before applying. They claim that you can write as many assignments as you can handle. As a search engine firm, you will be producing articles in a wide range of topics.|
No exact payment amount available. Payment goes out every other week.
|AutoShopper||General||Varies||$15 per article||05/19/2015||From AutoShopper:|
“Showcase Publications, Inc. is currently seeking writers to cover current automotive news and blog editorial. This will consist of a variety of automotive subject matter throughout the car industry.”
AutoShopper pays $15 per article and offers flexible deadlines.
|Pure Content||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/19/2015||Ideal website for writers and editors. Not much information is available at this time, although payments go out every month by PayPal or direct deposit.||Click Here|
|London Brokers||Freelance;General||100-700 words (Average)||$3-$10 (Average)||05/19/2015||This site is similar to TextBroker and other “middle-man” websites. Choose assignments that pay $3-$10 on average based on word count and skill level.|
Payments go out every Tuesday and Friday.
Unfortunately, London Brokers is one of the lowest paying websites around.
|WordGigs||Freelance;General||350-1,000 words (Estimated)||$4.50 for 350 words||05/19/2015||WordGigs looks for American citizens to compose articles based on any given topic. These are usually SEO-intensive and payment depends on word count and skill level.||Click Here|
|Plum Deluxe||Health||Varies||Around $30||05/19/2015||Plum Deluxe looks for articles based on entertainment, spirituality and self-improvement. Writers earn $30 per accepted assignment.||Click Here|
|Beacon Fire||General||Varies||Varies||05/19/2015||Beacon Fire seeks copywriters with experience in fundraising, advocacy and non-profit organizations.|
Payment and word count isn’t currently disclosed on their website, but they require you to state your compensation requirements when applying.
|Content Current||Freelance;General||300-600 (Estimated)||Varies||05/19/2015||Another website that connects you with clients and a variety of assignments. You can work on eight projects at a time and payment goes out weekly.|
You can find more information on their FAQ:
|Search Sciences||General||Varies||$15-$20 per hour (Estimated)||05/19/2015||Search Sciences connects you with clients and work that you are comfortable with. You get to specify what fields you’re interested in during the application process, as well as your desired hourly rate.|
Topics are wide and varied, consisting of search engine-fueled blog posts, news entries and more. Search Sciences pays via PayPal.
|Distance Web||Freelance||Varies||Varies||05/19/2015||Distance Web looks for copywriters to help produce engaging content for ads, email newsletters and other forms of marketing. They are also open to other opportunities such as web design and development.||Click Here|
|Copy Press||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/19/2015||Receive paid assignments regularly from the CopyPress team, which ultimately go to their clients. The site does not specify how much they pay per task, but they compensate writers twice per month through PayPal.||Click Here|
|Writers Needed||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/19/2015||Yet another “Writers work with hundreds of clients” website, similar to TextBroker in that sense.|
Exact payment and word count depends on the client you work with. Writers Needed pays every two weeks via PayPal.
|Hire Writers||Freelance;General||300-500 words (Average)||$2.25-$10 (Estimated)||05/19/2015||Look through hundreds of assignments and accept the one that interests you.|
Hire Writers assigns a skill level that determines how much you get paid. For example, the lowest level pays around $2.25 for an article of 300-500 words, while a high level would earn you a little over $10 for the same amount of words.
|Buy Keyword Articles||Freelance;General||Varies||Starting at 1 cent per word||05/19/2015||Content website that offers a large pool of assignments, starting at 1 cent per word. You must be able to write at least five articles per week.|
Buy Keyword Articles pays bi-weekly, and writers seem to average $10-$18 an hour.
|Ezdia||General||50-2,000 words||$1-$150||05/19/2015||This website looks for writers and editors to produce a wide variety of content including blog posts, user guides, tutorials and product descriptions.|
The average user guide, for example, may consist of 1,500 words and pay up to $150. Payment is ultimately determined by the article type and its length.
|Crowd Content||Freelance;General||Varies||1.2 cents-6.6 cents per word||05/17/2015||Interesting website that offers writers the ability to compose product descriptions, ebooks, blog content and more. Current payment is determined by skill level/star rating system:||Click Here|
|Zerys||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||Another website that operates like TextBroker, allowing you to claim articles based on different topics.|
Payment goes out on the 1st and the 15th of each month, and you are paid around 70% of the price of each article.
|Green Light Articles||Freelance;General||350-450 words||Varies||05/17/2015||Write unique articles for clients or spin existing content to make them unique. Most articles are between 350 to 450 words. Payment amount is unspecified, but they claim that compensation increases over time.||Click Here|
|Freelance-Writers.net||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||Write article for clients based on different subjects. You must accrue at least $25 to get paid. Payment goes out every Friday via PayPal.||Click Here|
|Words of Worth||Freelance;General||250-700||Varies||05/17/2015||They assign a variety of articles, anywhere from 10-80 articles per month, and you should always write a certain amount to keep your account active.|
Payment varies by assignment. This is deposited to your bank account around the 30th of each month.
|Adoptive Families||Family & Recreation||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||From Adoptive Families:|
“Adoptive Families is the leading information resource for parents before, during, and after adoption.”
Payment and word count information is currently unspecified.
|The Content Authority||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||Write articles for clients and earn an average of $10 to $25 depending on skill level, word count and subject.||Click Here|
|EduWriters.com||Education||Varies||$7-$15||05/17/2015||Write research papers, essays and other academic works for students and professionals. Payment typically starts around $7 and goes all the way up to $15.||Click Here|
|WritersDomain.net||Freelance;General||Varies||$15-$38||05/17/2015||Contribute keyword-rich articles for clients. Payment is based on a rating system similarly to TextBroker.|
They pay on the 5th of each month or when you reach $100.
|About.com||Freelance;General||800 words (Estimated)||$500+ (Estimated)||05/17/2015||About.com houses a large variety of topics. You can apply for a position as a Guide, a Topic Writer or a Video Producer.|
Word count and payment tend to vary, but you can expect to write around 700-800 words on average, while making at least $500 or so per month to start.
|How to Hint||Freelance;General||Varies||.02 cents to $3||05/17/2015||Get paid to write articles, edit and compose engaging titles. Assignments and topics are based on your level of expertise. Length per article is estimated at 500 words.||Click Here|
|WriterAccess.com||Freelance;General||Varies||2 cents to 10 cents per word||05/17/2015||Decent pay per article website that operates similarly to Demand Media Studios. Payment amount depends on skill level.||Click Here|
|Media Shower||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||Create content for other websites based on their requirements. As a result, word count and payment varies.||Click Here|
|Blog Mutt||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||Produce a variety of blog posts for clients and get paid, but ONLY if they accept your article. Sounds fair enough. Nice place to build authority, reputation, and hopefully a long-term client.||Click Here|
|eCopyWriters||Freelance;General||Varies||3 cents per word (Estimated)||05/17/2015||This website pairs you with a community manager that sends multiple assignments your way. Payment is said to be around 3 cents per word, but that could vary.||Click Here|
|Get a Copywriter||Freelance;General||300-800 (Estimated)||$20 per article (Estimated)||05/17/2015||Write articles based on multiple subjects for different clients. Once accepted, you can apply for different fields such as finance, marketing, health, travel, education, legal and more.|
Payment appears to be around $20 per piece, according to some writers. This is sent via PayPal on Fridays.
|iWriter.com||Freelance;General||Varies||$2.43-$25 on average||05/17/2015||iWriter is very similar to TextBroker. Writers are divided into three main categories, with the lowest one paying around $2.43 for roughly 500 words.|
Advance to a more ‘Elite’ status by completing a number of assignments and achieving high ratings.
The higher you move up, the more you get paid. All in all, you receive 81% of the price of all articles.
|Online Writing Jobs||Freelance;General||Varies||Up to $27||05/17/2015||Write articles for clients based on a wide range of subjects. Payment goes up to $27, and is determined by word count and quality.||Click Here|
|Article Document||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||This site starts you off writing blog posts and related entries from various clients and sources. You start at a default score and your goal is to raise it for higher compensation.||Click Here|
|Slice the Pie||Arts and Entertainment||50 words (Estimated)||5-15 cents (Estimated)||05/17/2015||This website pays for reviewing and talking about music tracks. The process is actually quite simple: Play a random song from the site’s built-in media player, and write a quick review noting the track’s quality and any other features.|
The feedback you provide can be good or bad, and only requires around 50 to 70 words. Payment is usually 10 to 15 cents per review, on average.
|Quality Text||Freelance;General||Varies||$3-$4 per 100 words||05/17/2015||Lucrative website that pays writers to compose articles for different clients. They accept U.S. and non-U.S. writers.|
U.S. residents earn 4 cents per 100 words, while everyone else earns 3 cents per 100 words.
|Triple Curve||Freelance;General||Varies||Varies||05/17/2015||Triple Curve offers a variety of writing gigs from various clients. Many of the articles are tailored to your liking and expertise. Word count and payment varies, and no more details are available at this time.||Click Here|
|Wise Bread||Career||500 words minimum (Estimated)||Varies||05/16/2015||Write articles on frugal living, saving money, shopping tips and general financial advice. Payment and word count information is currently undisclosed.||Click Here|
|Your Online Biz||Career||Varies||$100||05/16/2015||This blog discusses online marketing, business tactics and success stories. They pay $100 via PayPal account once your post is accepted.||Click Here|
|Young and Global||Destinations & World;Education||400-1,500 words||$10-$100||05/16/2015||Publish articles in relation to studying overseas, international education, foreign languages and living in other countries. Articles pay between $10 to $100 depending on their enthusiasm for your topic, as well as the overall quality.||Click Here|
|Grasslimb||Arts and Entertainment;General||500-2,500 words||$5-$70||05/16/2015||Magazine that focuses on prose, poetry, music reviews and art. Word count and payment varies greatly depending on submission.|
“Payment is typically $5-$20 per piece for poetry, $10-$70/piece for prose, $15-25/piece for book/music reviews, $15-$25/piece for artwork and cartoons.”
|The Introspectionist||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||100-500 words||$25-$200||05/16/2015||This source explores a different theme every month, and most articles are geared toward women.|
From The Introspectionist:
“For a department piece (from 100 to 500 words), we pay $25. For a feature article up to 2000 words, we pay $100. For a feature article up to 5000 words, we pay $200. Short fiction pieces pay $25. Poems pay $25. Each contributor will receive a photograph and short bio in that issue.”
|Perceptive Travel||Destinations & World||1,200-2,000 words||$100||05/16/2015||Write about travel and various places. They only accept published authors. Payment is $100 upon publication.||Click Here|
|Dissent Newswire||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;Destinations & World||750-1500 words||$100-$250||05/16/2015||Dissent looks for opinionated writers to present facts and current events about the way the country works. These may include state policies, legislation and federal law.||Click Here|
|New West||Destinations & World||100-6,000 words||$50-$500||05/16/2015||New West focuses on Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico. Submit stories about culture, travel, film, food and more.|
From New West:
“We pay by the story and payment ranges from $50 for smaller, local stories to up to $500 for more complicated, regional pieces.”
|Nevada Magazine||Destinations & World||200-1,500 words||$100-$250||05/16/2015||Nevada Magazine is all about travel/tourism and getting to know the Silver State a bit better.|
From Nevada Magazine:
“Stories are accepted on speculation. Most stories range from 500 to 1,500 words. Payment is on publication and varies with article length and quality. We prefer to establish a flat rate of $250 or less with writers if possible. For Web stories published on nevadamagazine.com, we pay a flat rate of $100 or $200 depending on the assignment.”
|Smashing Magazine||Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||05/16/2015||Smashing Magazine features tutorials on web design and development. Payment depends on overall quality.||Click Here|
|WorldStart||Web & Technology||250-800 words||$25-$50||05/16/2015||WorldStart looks for tips and tutorials based on Windows, Internet and email.|
“Approximately 250 words-$25.00
Approximately 400 words-$40.00
Approximately 600 words-$45.00
Maximum length is approximately 800 words-$50.00”
|Crazy Leaf||Web & Technology||500 words minimum||Varies||05/16/2015||Crazy Leaf looks for articles on design, illustration and programming. These include Photoshop, flash, design techniques and helpful tricks. Word should consist of at least 500 words. Payment is currently undisclosed.||Click Here|
|Working Mother||Career||1,000-2,000 words||Varies||05/16/2015||Working Mother publishes articles on entrepreneurship and careers. These include the best companies to work for, work etiquette and tips for the working mom.|
Article length goes from 1,000 to 2,000 words. Payment is not currently specified.
|SlickWP||Web & Technology||1,200-2,000 words||$100||05/16/2015||Write WordPress tutorials, review themes and plugins. They also focus on the Genesis Framework. Earn $100 per written tutorial!||Click Here|
|Cosmopolitan||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;Education||Up to 800 words||$100||05/16/2015||They look for essays of up to 800 words about a crazy or hilarious college experience. You may also submit a story on why college is a waste of time. Earn $100 upon acceptance.||Click Here|
|Site Point||Web & Technology||Varies||$150-$300||05/16/2015||Write articles and tutorials on CSS, HTML and SASS. Other accepted material includes open source and various development tools. Regular articles generally pay $150, while in-depth tutorials pay between $200 and $300.||Click Here|
|Techopedia||Web & Technology||600-1,200 words||Varies||05/16/2015||Tech website focusing on Big Data, cloud computing and other geeky, technological topics.|
Articles are generally 600 to 1,200 words, while payment is not known at this time.
|The Travel Writer's Life||Destinations & World||Varies||$50-$200||05/16/2015||This website teaches people how to make a living while traveling (think about reporting on various destinations, photography and anything else you can monetize while traveling).|
The Travel Writers Life pays $50-$75 for website articles they request, while interviews pay anywhere from $100 to $150. Lastly, you can earn up to $200 for other in-depth content with more specific advice on how to make money.
|College Humor||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$25||05/16/2015||College Humor accepts funny articles, videos and images based on pop culture and popular trends.||Click Here|
|Model Railroad Hobbyist||Destinations & World;General||350-3000 words||$10-$1,000 or more||05/16/2015||They need articles on railroading and “on prototype railroading as a subject for modeling.”|
From Model Railroad Hobbyist:
“We expect payment of $200 - $600 per feature article to be typical, although for some longer feature articles we've paid well over $1000. Getting on the cover adds another $100.”
|Metro Parent||Family & Recreation||1000-2,500||$35-$350||05/16/2015||Provide parenting advice to Southeast Michigan mothers, among other related subjects.|
“Features 1,000-2,500 words: $150-$350, depending on complexity of topic and number of sources required to do the story justice
Department columns: $50-75
Parent Pipeline pieces: $35-50
|Alaska Parent||Family & Recreation||400-1,200||$25-$200||05/16/2015||Family-oriented magazine focusing on parenting and raising kids. Article length is generally 400-1,200 words.|
Payment, according to Alaska Parent: “For original articles, we generally pay $40-$200. For reprints, we generally pay $25-$40…”
|Women on Writing||Freelance||1,500-3,000 words||$50-$150||05/16/2015||Women on Writing (WoW) looks for articles that promotes the communication between professional women in the writing/publishing fields. They have several departments with varying word count requirements.|
From Women on Writing:
“Twenty Questions: $50
How 2 (1,500 - 2,000 Words): $75
Inspiration (1,500 - 2,000 Words): $75
Feature Interviews (up to 3,000 Words): $75
Feature Articles (up to 3,000 Words): $150”
|Spyre Studios||Web & Technology||800 words minimum||Varies||05/16/2015||These guys cover tutorials on web design, ranging from tips, tricks and best practices. Payment amount is unknown.||Click Here|
|Make Tech Easier||Web & Technology||500-800 words||Varies||05/16/2015||Tutorial website that teaches users how to use operating systems, the web, CMS platforms like WordPress and more.|
They want 3 to 5 weekly articles, each ranging from 500 to 800 words.
|Scary Mommy||Family & Recreation||900 words (varies)||$100||05/16/2015||They seek writers to publish articles on parenting, pregnancy and maintaining healthy relationships.||Click Here|
|Pxleyes||Web & Technology||Varies||$200||05/16/2015||Write tutorials about Photoshop, GIMP, Illustrator and other graphic design software. Word count is unspecified, but they pay you up to $200 via PayPal.||Click Here|
|Linode||Web & Technology||Varies||$100||05/16/2015||Write Linux tutorials, tips and tricks and earn $100 per accepted article.||Click Here|
|Transitions Abroad||Destinations & World||800-2,000 words||$50-$150||05/16/2015||They cover all aspects of traveling – family travel, traveling on a budget, best vacation spots and much more. Earn between $50 to $150 per accepted article.||Click Here|
|VRay||Web & Technology||Varies||$100 (and a T-shirt)||05/16/2015||They accept tutorials around V-ray, a rendering plugin for graphics and animation software. They pay $100 via PayPal, in addition to a T-shirt.||Click Here|
|Viator||Destinations & World||300--2,000||$40-$150||05/16/2015||Write articles about travel and various destinations for travel enthusiasts and tourists. Longer articles pay up to $150, consisting of roughly 1,000 to 2,000 words. Shorter articles are also accepted, paying $40 to $45 per accepted post.||Click Here|
|Instant Shift||Web & Technology||Varies||Varies||05/16/2015||Website dedicated to web design tutorials and development. Payment and word count is currently unknown, as it depends on your article’s overall quality.||Click Here|
|Big Grey Horse||Destinations & World||600-1000 words||$125-$200||05/16/2015||Write travel and destination reviews about local places and events in Texas.||Click Here|
|Reverb Press||Arts and Entertainment;General||Varies||Varies||05/16/2015||Reverb Press covers news subjects around politics, business, current events, entertainment and more. Word count and payment is unspecified at this time.||Click Here|
|Tutorial Board||Web & Technology||Varies||$150||05/16/2015||Tutorial Board accepts articles based on Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, Maya and other graphic design tools. Earn up to $150 via PayPal.||Click Here|
|BootsnAll||Destinations & World||Varies||$30-$50 (Estimated)||05/16/2015||This website essentially helps you get started on your travels. Your job is to provide tips and techniques to ensure people have the best experience while on the road.|
Payment is roughly $30 to $50 per published post.
|Vela Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;General||3,000-6,000 words||Varies||05/16/2015||From Vela Magazine:|
“Much of the work we publish is informed by a sense of place and/or journeying, and has an international focus; however, we do not publish conventional travel writing.”
|Knitty||General||Varies||$75-$100||05/16/2015||Tutorials on knitting (patterns and best practices). Word count is currently unspecified, but payment ranges from $75-$100 and is made via PayPal.||Click Here|
|Unschooling||Education||2,000 (varies)||$100+||05/16/2015||This website covers topics about home schooling and general education.|
“We pay $100 each for feature articles. For photos for inside use, we pay $10 each. For cover color photos, we pay $100 each.”
|UX Booth||Career;General||1,200-1,800 words||Varies||05/16/2015||UX Booth mixes user experience with careers, teaching you how to perform various tasks and provide the best results in a modern world.|
Word count goes from 1,200 to 1,800 words, while payment depends on your submission’s quality.
|The Sun Magazine||Culture, Society & Lifestyle;General||Varies||$100-$2,500||05/16/2015||The Sun is a versatile magazine that accepts just about anything, as long as it’s moving, inspirational and insightful. We suggest you browse through their website to get a better idea.|
Payment, gathered from The Sun Magazine:
“We pay from $300 to $2,500 for nonfiction, from $300 to $1,500 for fiction, from $100 to $250 for poetry, and from $1,000 to $2,000 for interviews.”
|The Daily Heckle||General||Varies||£5 to £20||05/16/2015||Variety website that publishes articles on sports, entertainment, TV and many other topics.||Click Here|
|The Dollar Stretcher||Culture, Society & Lifestyle||800 (average)||.10 cents per word||05/16/2015||The Dollar Stretcher is all about living better for less, as they cover subjects about saving and making money. Lifestyle improvement articles in relation to your finances are also accepted.||Click Here|
|Glo Holiday||Destinations & World||800-1,500||$40 per article, plus $3 per image||05/16/2015||Write articles based on travel and various destinations around the world. These include trips around the holiday season, festivals, hotel booking tips, flight-related advice and all else related to travel.|
Glo Holiday pays $40 per accepted article, plus $3 per image. Length should be 800-1,500 words.
|The Everyday Windshield||Family & Recreation||Varies||$10-$50||05/16/2015||Online magazine that explores family, fashion, meals and faith. They pay $10 for the first article, $25 for the second to fifth, and $50 for all others. Payment goes out via DirectPay and PayPal.||Click Here|
|eCommerce Insiders||Career||400-600 (average)||$75 to $125||05/16/2015||eCommerce Insiders looks for educational articles based on online retail businesses. These could range for how-to tips as well as trending subjects about online retail stores.|
Payment is $75 for 400-600 words, and $125 for anything above 600 words.
|The Expeditioner||Destinations & World||1,100-1,300||$30||05/16/2015||Write about travel tips and advice for those who love the outdoors. These include travel-related news and posts about many famous destinations.|
Posts should be between 1,100 to 1,300 words. You are paid $30 if accepted.
|East Bay Express||Arts and Entertainment||1,200-3,000||$180-$600||05/15/2015||This magazine covers local topics (such as news and current events) within the following areas: "Albany, Alameda, Berkeley, Castro Valley, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Emeryville, Hayward, Kensington, Oakland, Piedmont, Richmond, San Leandro, and San Lorenzo" (according to the website).|
News articles are between 2000-3000 words and pay $600. They also maintain a music section, requiring roughly 1,200 words for up to $180.
|Ferrets Magazine||Animals||2,000-2,500 words||Varies||05/15/2015||They accept articles "on the care, personality and pet potential of ferrets."|
Submissions are between 2000-2,500 words, accompanied by high-quality illustrations. Payment varies.
|Ephemera||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$50||05/15/2015||They accept funny, witty slogans about current trends, pop culture, sex, food, and many other everyday subjects.|
They pay $50 and buy exclusive rights to publish your slogan on the products they market.
|Earth Island Journal||Destinations & World||1,200 to $3,000||$50 to $1,000||05/15/2015||Earth Island Journal is all about environmental issues, covering topics such as wildlife conservation, climate, energy consumption and other related matters.|
From Earth Island Journal:
"We pay writers 25 cents/word for shorter dispatches (1,200-1,500 words) and for longer investigative features (2,500-3,000 words). You can expect to earn about $750-$1000 for an in-depth feature story.
For online reports, the fee ranges from $50 to $100."
|The Mystery Place||Stories - Fiction||250-8,000 words (occasionally up to 20,000)||5-8 cents per word||05/15/2015||The Mystery Place publishes mystery stories between 2,500 to 8,000 words. They also consider flash fiction of about 250 words, and may occasionally accept longer submissions (up to 20,000 words).|
They pay between 5 to 8 cents per published word.
|Entrepreneur Mag||Career||Varies||$1 per word (estimated)||05/15/2015||Very well known magazine about small businesses, marketing trends and tech.|
Payment is current unspecified, though some have stated they pay up to $1 per published word.
|Eating Well||Food and Drink||150-400 words||$1 per word||05/15/2015||Eating Well is all about healthy eating and covering all subjects relating to nutrition.|
Word count ranges from 150-400 words for various columns and sections, and payment is $1 per published word.
|Flash Fiction Online||Stories - Fiction||500-1,000 words||$60; 2 cents/word for reprints.||05/15/2015||Flash Fiction Online looks for, well, flash fiction. These are between 500 to 1,000 words and pay $60. They also accept reprints at 2 cents per word.||Click Here|
|Fantasy Scroll Mag||Stories - Fiction||500-5,000 words.||1 cent per word||05/15/2015||They accept stories based on science fiction, fantasy and horror.|
Word count ranges from 500 to 5,000 words, and payment is typically 1 cent per word.
|Daily Science Fiction||Stories - Fiction||Up to 1,500 words||.08 cents per word||04/28/2015||Do you have a creative bone in your body?|
Daily Science Fiction looks for short stories of no more than 1,500 words, paying 8 cents per word. They are very relaxed about guidelines and style, too.
|Catholic Digest||Family & Recreation||500-1,500 words||$500||04/28/2015||Catholic Digest covers subjects on spirituality, marriage, beauty, parenting, relationships, homemaking and other family-oriented themes.|
Word count ranges from 500 to 1,500 words and pays $500 upon publication.
|Capper's Farmer||Family & Recreation||800-1,500 words||Varies||04/28/2015||This magazine is all about rural life and covers subjects about gardening and sufficiency/self-improvement in the farming field.|
Word count typically goes from 800-1,500 words. Payment is currently unspecified.
|Carve Magazine||Stories - Fiction||Varies||$25-$100||04/28/2015||These guys look for fiction stories with feeling, something that makes you explores your moral beliefs and more. They recommend you read some of their published stories to get a better idea.|
They typically pay $100 for feature fiction stories, and around $25 for poetry/microfiction.
|Craftbits||Arts and Entertainment;Family & Recreation||Varies||$10-$35||04/28/2015||This website is all about crafting (candle making, jewelry, holiday-related items, etc). Payment is $35 for accepted submissions, or $10 if your work is ultimately declined.||Click Here|
|Clubhouse Jr. Mag||Family & Recreation;Stories - Fiction||Up to 800 words||$30-$200||04/28/2015||Magazine for parents of young children. They look to inspire and teach people about Christian values.|
Clubhouse accepts fiction, non-fiction, poetry and have other departments as well. Stories generally don't go over 800 words. Payment ranges from $30 to $200 depending on the type of submission.
|Canadian Gardening||Family & Recreation||200-2,000||$125-$350||04/28/2015||Magazine covering everything about gardening, and quite a lucrative opportunity, too. Publish news, reviews and how-to pieces up to 400 words, and feature stories between 500-2000 words.|
From Canadian Gardening:
"Depending on complexity of story and amount of work involved, our rates range from $125 and up for short news items, reviews, or how-to pieces (200 to 400 words), to $350 and up for features (about 500 to 2,000 words)."
|Clarkesworld Magazine||Stories - Fiction||1,000-4,000 words||.10 cents per word||04/28/2015||Lucrative opportunity for science fiction, fantasy, horror and non-fiction fans.|
Fiction stories should have at least 1,000 words and pays 10 cents per word. Payment comes down to 7 cents per word if it exceeds 4,000 words.
|Cineaste||Arts and Entertainment||Varies||$18-$90||04/28/2015||Cineaste is a magazine "which offers a social, political, and aesthetic perspective on the cinema."|
They pay at least $18 for short reviews, $36 for book/DVD reviews, $45 for longer film reviews/columns/interviews/essays, and $90 for feature articles.
|Cicada Mag||Family & Recreation;Stories - Fiction||Up to 9,000 words||Up to 0.25 cents per word||04/28/2015||Magazine for teens (14 years or older; adults may also submit). They look for non-fiction, fiction and poetry.|
Length goes up to 9,000 words depending on submission type, and payment goes up to .25 cents per word.
|Christian Science Monitor||General||Varies||$200 (Estimated)||04/28/2015||Worldwide news website/newspaper focusing on tech, environment, business, science and more.|
Payment is around $200 and up to $50 for phone /communication expenses during your research.
|Chesapeake Family Mag||Family & Recreation||750-1,000 words||$35-$200||04/28/2015||Parenting magazine focusing on the Chesapeake, Maryland area. Article length goes from 750 to roughly 1,000 words, and payment can be anything from $75 to $200. They also accept reprints for $35.||Click Here|
|Carolina Parent||Family & Recreation||500-1,300 words (Estimated)||Starts at $50||04/28/2015||Do you reside in the state of Carolina? This magazine looks for stories on parenting (advice, tips, and other related material).|
Topics range from 500 to 1,300+ words and payment typically starts at $50.
|Early American Life||Destinations & World||Varies||$500 (Estimated)||04/28/2015||Early American Life focuses on America's history and accept articles based on antiques, historic events, architecture and more.|
Payment isn't clear at this time, but a new writer should expect an average of $500 upon acceptance.
|Dog Fancy||Animals||850-1,200 words||Varies||04/28/2015||Dog Fancy needs content for dog lovers. Payment is currently unspecified, but all content should be roughly 850-1200 words in length.||Click Here|
|Dark Discoveries||Stories - Fiction||500-6,500 words||.06 cents per word||04/28/2015||Magazine that focuses on horror stories between 500-6,500 words.|
Payment is .06 cents per word, for a maximum of $300. They pay 90 days after acceptance.
|Cricket||Family & Recreation;General;Stories - Fiction||Varies||.25 cents per word; $3 per poetry line; $75 for recipes and activities||04/28/2015||Cricket focuses on content for children ages 9-14. They accept poetry, fiction and non-fiction (recipes and activity articles).|
Payment is .25 cents per published word for most content types, and $3 per poetry line.
|British Columbia Magazine||Destinations & World||25-2,500 words||.50 cents per word||04/17/2015||From British Columbia Magazine:|
"We seek out the exotic, the strange, the unknown, and the rare within
our province. Rather than bore British Columbians with what they know
and often see, we want to give them something fresh, surprising, remote,
or hidden under the surface."
They cover stories ranging from 25 to 2,500 words, depending on the department you write for. Payment is .50 cents per word.
|Big Fiction Mag||Stories - Fiction||7,500-30,000 words||$100||04/17/2015||"We consider only long-form literary fiction: novelettes (7,500 – 15,000 words) and novellas (15,000 – 30,000 words). For slightly shorter or longer works, please query us first."|
They pay a flat fee of $100. Open period for unsolicited work goes from March until June.
|Blue Mountain Arts||Arts and Entertainment;General||Varies||$50-$300||04/17/2015||These guys are actively seeking poetry that's appropriate for greeting cards.|
From Blue Mountain Arts:
"WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Contemporary prose or poetry written from personal experience that reflects the thoughts and feelings people today want to communicate to one another, but don't always know how to put into words."
They pay $300 for exclusive, worldwide rights (to be published on greeting cards) or $50 for one-time use in a book.
|Bird Channel||Animals||350-700 words||$50 (Estimated)||04/17/2015||This is quite a lucrative source for writers, considering articles are generally short and pay really well.|
Bird Channel looks for experts in the field (bird breeders and people who generally care for these animals). Articles must be between 350 to 700 words and payment averages $50 upon acceptance.
|Better Homes and Gardens||Family & Recreation;Home & Garden||Varies||Varies||04/17/2015||Apply if you enjoy publishing articles about food, home, garden care, traveling, health, education and parenting. All in all, Better Homes and Gardens covers a wide range of topics suitable for all types of writers.||Click Here|
|BabyBug Mag||Family & Recreation;General||Varies||25 cents per word; $3 per poetry line||03/18/2015||BabyBug mag looks for stories for young children under age 3. These should be short, fun and friendly, begging to be read several times.|
Stories pay .25 cents per word, while poems pay up to $3 per line (for a maximum of $25 per completed poem).
|Beneath Ceaseless Skies||Stories - Fiction||Up to 10,000 words||.06 cents per word (Estimated)||03/18/2015||Beneath Ceaseless Skies looks for literary adventure fantasy in second-world settings. Think of typical fantasy stories, but with a literary approach to them.|
Word count should be up to 10,000 and payment is roughly .06 cents per word.
|Bete Noire||Stories - Fiction||50-4,000||$10||03/18/2015||From Bete Noire:|
"We are open to most genres as long as they have a dark side. This includes horror, dark sci-fi, dark fantasy, crime, mystery or dark humor."
Story length is as little as 50 words and as much as 4,000 words. Payment is a flat fee of $10.
|Albedo Mag||Stories - Fiction||2,500-8,000 words||6 euros per 1,000 words||03/18/2015||This one doesn't pay much at the moment, but horror fiction fans may enjoy submitting their stories.|
Albedo looks for fantasy, horror and sci-fi tales between 2,500 to 8,000 words. These pay 6 Euros for every 1,000 words.
|Asimov's Science Fiction Mag||Stories - Fiction||7,500-10,000 words||.08-.10 cents per word; poems at $1 per line||03/18/2015||Magazine ideal for sci-fi enthusiasts. They accept short and long stories, paying between 8 to 10 cents per word, as well as short poems starting at $1 per line. Average article length goes from 7,500 to 10,000 words, although longer submissions are also accepted.||Click Here|
|BackHome Mag||Arts and Entertainment;Family & Recreation;General||Varies||$35||03/18/2015||From BackHome mag:|
"We are looking for interesting, lively, preferably first-person articles based upon actual experience in the fields of gardening, home construction and repair, workshop projects, cooking, crafts, outdoor recreation, family activities and vacations, livestock, home business, home-based and other education, and community/neighborhood action."
|Aurealis Mag||Stories - Fiction||2,000-8,000 words||2,000-8,000 words||03/18/2015||"Aurealis is looking for science fiction, fantasy or horror short stories between 2,000 and 8,000 words. All types of science fiction, fantasy and horror that are of a “speculative” nature will be considered, but we do not want stories that are derivative in nature, particularly those based on TV series. Crime horror submissions should be directed to another market."||Click Here|
|AOPA Pilot||Transportation & Travel Assistance||400-2,500 words||Varies||03/18/2015||Aviation magazine that looks for personal experiences regarding flights and destinations.|
Word count ranges from approximately 400 words to 2,500. Payment is unspecified at this time.
|Unanchor||Destinations & World||Varies||50% revenue share ($10 minimum threshold)||03/05/2015||Are you an expert in a specific city around the world? If so, Unanchor needs people like you to write detailed travel guides for fellow tourists. Inform them of the hottest sights and destinations, ensuring that your article serves as their know-it-all travel guide.|
All guides must contain maps (Google Maps can assist you) and/or original pictures of each location. Articles should cater to all types of travelers, though primarily to those on a budget.
|Uncanny Magazine||Stories - Fiction||750-7,500 words||.08 cents per word||03/05/2015||Note: Submissions are closed as of March 2015. Check their website often for updates.|
“Uncanny is seeking passionate SF/F fiction and poetry from writers from every conceivable background. We want intricate, experimental stories and poems with gorgeous prose, verve, and imagination that elicit strong emotions and challenge beliefs. Uncanny believes there’s still plenty of room in the genre for tales that make you feel."
Stories should be between 750-7500 words. Payment is $.08 per word (including audio rights).”
|A Fine Parent||General||Varies||$100||03/05/2015||Would you like to earn $100 per accepted article? A Fine Parent covers all there is to know about parenting. Topics are updated on the website’s writing guidelines. Nice place to learn, teach others and earn in the process.||Click Here|
|Demand Media Studios||General||400-500 words||$11.50-$25 on average||03/05/2015||Demand Media Studios is the leading client for multiple authoritative publishers. These guys have strong publishing agreements with the likes of Chron.com, LiveStrong.com and many others.|
Demand Media Studios needs people like you to provide ongoing, high-paying articles based on general categories. These may include tech, music, gardening, arts and more.
|Scripted||General||Varies||$13-$60 (Estimated)||03/05/2015||Here is an article website that houses an attractive amount of high-paying articles...|
Scripted.com allows you to write a variety of articles covering many different subjects and skills. It is very similar to the way Demand Media Studios works, serving as a middle man between you and other clients.
You have the option to apply to many different sections, essentially exposing you to hundreds, if not thousands of titles!
|Blade Magazine||General||500-1,700 words||$50-$300||03/05/2015||Blademag.com is all about blades and knives. Who would have known that so much could be written about a blade?|
Quote from the horse’s mouth:
“What we need are
stories that are brand new in scope and content. Knives being used
for unusual purposes, in adventure settings, etc., are always good.
New, state-of-the-art knife designs, steels and other knife
materials and how they are made are good. The knife collections of
celebrities are good. Stories on how to collect knives, what to
collect and why, etc., are good.”
|Animal Wellness||Animals||500-1,500 words||Varies||03/05/2015||From Animal Wellness:|
“As the Number One natural pet magazine in North America, we take pride in providing our readers with the information they need to make wise health care choices for their dogs and cats.”
Submissions should contain a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 1,500. Exact payment is currently unspecified.
|American Falconry||Animals||Varies||$100 or more||03/05/2015||From American Falconry:|
“American Falconry is published quarterly and is jam-packed with fascinating articles covering the latest techniques in training, captive breeding and dog handling. Additional articles contain humor, adventure, personal viewpoints, and information for both the expert and beginner.”
Payment starts at $100, but the exact amount depends on your level of detail (such as the inclusion of photographs).
|Bird Talk Magazine||Animals||Up to 2,000 words||$100-$400||03/05/2015||From Bird Talk Mag:|
“BIRD TALK is directed to the general population of parrot, canary, finch and dove owners and written for the adult audience.”
Submit articles based on caring for these birds and everything related. Get paid $100 to $200 for articles of 1,000 words or fewer, or $300 to $400 for features with a maximum of 2,000 words.
|Matador Network||Destinations & World||Up to 1,500 words||$20-$60||03/05/2015||The Matador Network is dedicated to all things travel. It explores many different places and emphasizes on the bad, the good, the beautiful and the odd.|
Quote from Matador: “Matador is an independent media company and nexus of travel culture worldwide. We launched in 2006 with the vision for a travel site and community based not on “airline reservations and hotel rooms” but the real cultures, people, and places we encounter, as well as a broader global discussion of historical, political, and socioeconomic realities that inform our lives as travelers.”
|Go Galavanting||Destinations & World||200-1,200 words||$15-$50||03/05/2015||GoGalavanting.com focuses on personal travel-related stories. Whether you have been abroad for the first time or have vast experience in the matter, Galavanting readers are interested in tips, advice and recommendations about any given country.||Click Here|
|Be a Freelance Blogger||General||Varies||$100||03/05/2015||Guest posts are usually free articles that you submit to someone’s website in exchange for certain benefits. These may include the ability to place a self-serving link and/or the chance to connect with a broader audience.|
Be a Freelance Blogger gives you the opportunity to actually earn $100 for certain guest posts throughout the year.
During the months of February, March, June, September and December, you can pitch your article for a chance to earn (or win) $100 via PayPal if chosen as the winner. These months occasionally vary, so double-check to ensure the dates are always correct.
Typical topics include making money as a freelancer, starting a profitable blog, how to start your own online business and more. Sounds like fun.
|I Work Well||Career||Varies||$200||03/05/2015||As explained by the iWorkWell official website:|
“www.iworkwell.com is a members-only website that clients pay to subscribe to. It's a web-based, comprehensive HR Command Center™ — an online A-to-Z resource & training/support tool that makes HR easy...”
The business of HR
Global HR issues
Leadership & management strategies
Safety and security
|GreatContent||General||Varies||$3-$10 on average||03/05/2015||Similar to Textbroker, for the most part. Claim articles from a pool of assignments. Payment varies per client ($3 to $10 on average).||Click Here|
|Treehouse Blog||Web & Technology||Varies||$100-$200||03/05/2015||Treehouse blog looks for writers to cover a wide range of technical articles. These consist of tutorials, tips and tricks around web development and mobile environments. Topics typically involve the use of CSS, HTML, PHP, Android, iPhones and all things tech.||Click Here|
|Air & Space Mag||Destinations & World||Varies||$150-$2,500||03/05/2015||From Air & Space Mag:|
“is a general interest magazine about flight. Its goal is to show readers, both the knowledgeable and the novice, facets of the enterprise of flight that they are unlikely to encounter elsewhere.”
Payment: $1,000 to $2,500 for accepted feature articles; $150 to $300 for their “Surroundings and Reviews” departments; $500 to $750 for all other venues.
|TecMint||Web & Technology||Varies||$20||03/05/2015||TecMint is looking for writers to contribute tutorials based on Linux! If you are good at it, now you can get paid for your knowledge and talent.|
TecMint’s payment structure is unclear as of this writing, but they were paying around $20 per accepted article at one point.
|International Living||Destinations & World||500-600 words||$75||03/05/2015||InternationalLiving.com is always looking for articles about foreign places and living overseas.|
Things to know about International Living readers, and what they want:
How to live comfortably overseas
How to find affordable travel expenses
Great places to live and/or retire
Personal profiles and anecdotes
They like new destinations and adventure
|Textbroker||General||Varies||$3-$10 on average||03/05/2015||Claim titles from a large pool of assignments. These range from computing to finance to gaming and more.|
Payment varies by article, but it usually ranges from $3 to $10 on average. Sometimes you get the chance to work directly with a client and earn more per article.
|Additude Mag||Health||2,000 words||Varies||03/05/2015||One of the best magazines to learn everything about ADHD. This one primarily welcomes professionals such as mental health specialists and people with personal experience.|
Word count is roughly 2,000 words and payment varies depending on the level of detail and expertise. Note that it takes about six to eight weeks to get a response.
|Developer Tutorials||Web & Technology||1,000 words minimum||$50-$100 (Estimated)||03/05/2015||DeveloperTutorials.com seeks writers with superior knowledge on the following topics:|
ASP, Illustrator, Photoshop, CSS
|Photoshop Tutorials||Web & Technology||Varies||$50-$300||03/05/2015||PhotoshopTutorials.ws covers basic and advanced articles around, well, you guessed it…|
If you’re great with Photoshop and even better at teaching others a few tips and tricks, then we wholeheartedly suggest you send the editor an email.
Payment and word count:
You can earn $50 for a "quick tip" and anywhere from $150 to $300 for a full, comprehensive tutorial. Word count is currently unknown, as the quality of the tutorial is far more important than article length.
|Writers Weekly||Freelance||Varies||Varies||03/05/2015||A website/magazine dedicated to writers. They don’t teach you how to write, but instead explore ways to make money through writing (similarly to Writer Town).|
Payment goes up to $60 for accepted submissions.
|Bee Culture||Animals||1,500-2,000 words||$200 (Estimated)||03/05/2015||Simply put, Bee Culture is all about beekeeping. They explore history, equipment, gardening and everything in between.|
Submissions should be between 1,500 to 2,000 words and payment hovers around $200.
|ACHS||Health||600-1,000 words||$50||03/05/2015||The American College of Healthcare Sciences, or ACHS, looks for health & wellness writers and bloggers. Think about tips on how to improve your sleep, advice on the best herbal medicines, how to cut back on sugar intake and other down to earth topics.|
Requirements: 600 to 1,000 words per article, including a minimum of three pictures related to the topic in question.
|Shades of Terror||Stories - Fiction||1,500-7,500 words||.05 cents per word||03/05/2015||Shades of Terror is hungry for horror stories, and they are ready to pay you hundreds of dollars for a single submission…|
From Shades of Terror:
“Shades of Terrorwelcomes unsolicited submissions for publication in both our magazine and on our website. We are looking for original, unpublished horror and dark fantasy stories. We prefer straight horror, but will look at genre crossovers. Stories in the tradition of Weird Tales and The Twilight Zone are preferable.”
Payment is .05 cents per word with a minimum length of 1,500 words and a maximum of 7,500. They also accept reprints for .01 cents per word…
|Abyss & Apex||Stories - Fiction||1,250 words||.06 cents per word; $75 maximum||03/05/2015||This very fun magazine accepts submissions on a quarterly basis. If you ever wanted to get paid for writing fiction, this is the place to go.|
Flash fiction of roughly 1,250 words pay $.06 per word, while the maximum is $75 for longer fiction stories. Receive payment 60 days after submission and publication.
|OnText||Freelance||Varies||$40||03/05/2015||OnText is a blog dedicated to helping freelancers, bloggers, ghostwriters and book publishers. The site looks for articles about making money from your writing, how to get better paying gigs, how to publish a book and much more.|
Submit your idea to the site’s owner with a captivating headline and a summary of your topic. Receive payment via PayPal upon approval and publication – simple as that!
Payment: You will receive $40 for your high-quality post, although a lower rate may be offered if your content requires extensive editing.
|Horror Tree||Stories - Fiction||Varies||$50||03/05/2015||Submit horror fiction based on, “Would You Rather?” – which tests your moral boundaries and willingness to survive. What would you do to go home at the end of the day? Tell them all about it!|
Note: Horror Tree is accepting submissions until April 17, 2015. However, you should still check back often in case they ever need additional stories.
|AARP Magazine||General||Varies||Varies||03/05/2015||AARP covers a wide range of subjects and its primary demographic are those over age 50. Topics may include health, finance, travel and relationships. Contact the editor for more information on payment.||Click Here|
|A List Apart||Web & Technology||1,500-2,000 words||$200||03/05/2015||A List Apart focuses mainly on web design, and they always welcome contributors to keep the web moving forward.|
Submissions must be between 1,500 and 2,000 words in length, and the staff pays $200 if your work is accepted.
|Broken Pencil||Arts and Entertainment||50-3,000 words||$30-$300||03/05/2015||Broken Pencil is all about independent arts, a subject that’s divided into countless niches and ideas. As a result, this magazine is always in need of great artists and contributors.|
Quote from Broken Pencil:
“It is one of the few magazines in the world devoted exclusively to underground culture and the independent arts. We are a great resource and a lively read! Broken Pencil reviews the best zines, books, websites, videos and music from the underground and reprints the best articles from the alternative press. Also, ground breaking interviews, original fiction, and commentary on all aspects of the independent arts.”
|Backpacker Mag||Transportation & Travel Assistance||100-5,000 words||.40 cents to $1 per word||03/05/2015||From Backpacker Mag:|
“Foot-based travel: BACKPACKER primarily covers hiking. When warranted, we cover canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and other human-powered modes of travel.”
Other related topics are also accepted. Features should contain 500 to 5,000 words, and other categories range from 100 to 1,200 words. Payment goes from $.40 to $1 per word.
|TopTenz||General||1,500 words minimum||$50||03/05/2015||These guys are looking for fun lists, controversial lists, bizarre lists -- well, any kind of eye-catching list. Examples may include "Top Fascinating Facts About the Human Body" or "Top Ten Reasons Your History Teachers Were Wrong."|
Payment and word count: Expect to earn $50 per article. Word count should be a minimum of 1,500 words.
|ListVerse||Freelance;General||At least 1,500 words||$100||03/05/2015||ListVerse primarily focuses on a growing database of list-based articles. These can range from “Top 10 Reasons College Isn’t Good for You” to “The Top 10 Computer Viruses of All Time.” Articles must have a minimum of 1,500 words and 10 items.||Click Here|
|WebLoggerz||Web & Technology||1,200-1,500 words||.02-.03 cents per word (Estimated)||03/05/2015||WebLoggerz.com focuses on WordPress-related articles, giving you a chance to show off your tech skills and help thousands of aspiring website owners. Cover topics such as WordPress tips, extensive plugin tutorials and anything related to the popular CMS.|
Payment and Word Count:
Payment is roughly 2 to 3 cents per word, and articles must be at least 1,200 words in length.
|Cracked.com||General||Varies||$50-$150||03/05/2015||Cracked.com: This is a website that requires creativity, wits, and a funny bone. Cracked.com focuses on lists with a twist, such as “7 Urban Legends that Actually Came True.” Aside from titles, these guys also accept infographics and videos.|
You earn $100 for your very first article. Other sources state that you earn $50 if you compose at least five articles, followed by $150 for every other accepted piece after that. Check with the editor for exact payment details.
|Fantastic Stories of the Imagination||Stories - Fiction||Varies||$15 cents per word; $25 for reprints||03/05/2015||Fantastic Stories of the Imagination looks for science fiction content and pays 15 cents per word on all original stories. Otherwise, submit a reprint for a flat payment of $25.|
Directly from the source:
“I’m looking for stories that cover the entire science fiction and fantasy spectrum. I love magic realism (think Tim Powers and Neil Gaiman) and hard sf (think Allen Steele). I want a story to surprise me and to take me to unexpected places.”