This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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Over My Dead Body

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, In : Print Magazine 

Over My Dead Body

http://www.overmydeadbody.com/wg2011.htm

Publishes a wide variety of mystery-related manuscripts, from cozy to hardboiled and everything in between. Submissions are open for fiction and nonfiction. Pays: $0.01 per word for fiction; $10-$25 total for unsolicited nonfiction.

 

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Dramatics Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, March 18, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Dramatics Magazine
http://schooltheatre.org/publications/dramatics/guidelines
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Dramatics is the monthly magazine (published during the academic year, September through May) for high school theatre students and teachers. Features include new plays, practical articles on acting, directing, design, production, and other facets of theatre, and career-oriented profiles of working theatre professionals. Two annual special issues focus on college theatre programs (December) and summer theatre work...

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Tea, A Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, February 19, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Tea, A Magazine
http://www.teamag.com/index_files/Page318.html
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A consumer quarterly magazine all about tea, both as a beverage and for its cultural significance in art, music, literature, history, and society. TEA also produces many tea books, tea items, and conducts classes about tea. Topics include health, fitness, nutrition, history, collectibles, personal essays, tea recipes, and book reviews. Pays $50 to $200.
 

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Southern Cultures

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, February 6, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Southern Cultures
http://www.southerncultures.org/content/submissions/
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Deadlines for New Calls for Submissions:
March 5, 2012: Deadline for the 6th Annual Music issue.
June 1, 2012: Deadline for the Remembering the Civil War issue.
 
Pays $250 for essay-length pieces and $100 for shorter works. We are especially interested in reader-friendly articles and essays that deal with Southern topics in the broadest possible way and that open up a larger discussion on the South. Our full-le...

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Ocean Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, January 7, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Ocean Magazine
http://www.oceanmagazine.org/contributorsguidelines.aspx
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OCEAN publishes stories, articles, essays, and poems about the ocean -- scientific, creative, environmental, recreational, spiritual -- in keeping with its celebration and protection of our ocean. You may send sample writings, or full text submissions. 
 

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Positive Impace Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, December 30, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Positive Impact Magazine
http://www.positiveimpactmagazine.com/writers-guidelines/
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Compensation rates for published articles vary and are negotiated based on the circumstances of the writer and the assignment. Positive Impact Magazine pays higher rates for creative story ideas, original reporting and heavily researched stories that are groundbreaking and compelling. POSITIVE IMPACT MAGAZINE ("PIM") wants to tell stories about people creating a positive impact in and on our world. By telli...

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The Writer Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, December 2, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
The Writer Magazine
http://tinyurl.com/6evkrab

CURRENT NEEDS: "Craft articles and step by step articles on some aspect of fiction and nonfiction writing from well-published writers; Off the Cuff casual essays about writing; Market Focus articles; general articles about some fresh aspect of freelance writing; author-interview articles; short pieces for our Take Note column." Pays $40-$400 for 200-3400 words.

from: www.writersweekly.com


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Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, November 25, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column 
 
The Last Page is a monthly column that aims at humor. Its length runs between 500 and 650 words. Because of the difficulty in judging humor by proposal, we require submission of a completed manuscript. The Web submission form's proposal text box will accommodate a manuscript and cover letter. Payment for the column is $1,000, and there is no kill fee.
 
The article should be amusing and the tone genial - a story rather than a list of jo...

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Reader's Digest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, November 22, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Reader's Digest, USA
http://goo.gl/9ApM2

Monthly magazine targeted to 5.5 million time-starved, family-centric subscribers and retail consumers. Accepts queries for dramatic narratives, articles about everyday heroes, crime dramas, adventure stories. High-paying market. Also pays $100 to $300 for jokes and anecdotes.

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WRITERS' Journal

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
WRITERS' Journal
 
CURRENT NEEDS: "Our audience wants to learn how to become better writers and seek advice on how to get published. Pay is usually $30.00 and a one-year subscription for articles between 1,000 and 2,000 words. Also publishes fillers of up to 200 words. Pay for fillers is $5-$10 plus a complimentary issue.
 
from: www.writersweekly.com


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True West

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, August 29, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
True West
http://www.truewestmagazine.com/jcontent/twhome/true-west-publishing/submissions
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TRUE WEST relates our American West history back to the present day, to show readers the important role our heritage plays in keeping the spirit of the West alive during our everyday travels and adventures out West. With regards to word length, we actively look for articles that range from: 1,500 words for features; 500 words for short features; 250 words or less for snapshot coverage...

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Texas Highways

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, August 25, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Texas Highways, USA

The official travel magazine of Texas, encourages travel within the state. Subjects should focus on things to do or places to see in Texas. Include historical, cultural, and geographic aspects if appropriate. Pays $0.50 per word.
Guidelines:
http://www.texashighways.com/index.php/index.php/component/content/article/5697-submission-guidelines

from:  www.worldwidefreelance.com  

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Toastmaster Magazine, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 14, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
TOASTMASTER MAGAZINE, USA

Published monthly for approximately 260,000 members in 113 countries. Covers communication, leadership, and self-improvement. All articles must be geared toward an international audience. Also welcomes submissions from freelancers living outside North America. "Compensation for accepted articles depends on whether our submission guidelines are followed, the amount of research involved and the article's general value to us." Guidelines: http://www.toastmasters.org/To...

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The Atlantic Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, August 6, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
The Atlantic Magazine

*Submissions: The Atlantic considers unsolicited manuscripts, either fiction or nonfiction. A general familiarity with what we have published in the past is the best guide to our needs and preferences. Manuscripts must be typewritten and double-spaced. Receipt of manuscripts will be acknowledged if accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Manuscripts will not be returned. At this time, the print magazine does not read submissions sent via fax or e-mail. TheAtlant...

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The Writer Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 27, 2011, In : Print Magazine 

The Writer Magazine
PAY: $25 - $500

Dedicated to helping professional and aspiring writers with a straightforward presentation of information, instruction and motivation. In the pages of our 122-year-old magazine, writers come together to share their experiences, expertise, struggles, successes and suggestions. The magazine's efforts have been recognized in recent years with gold and silver medals for Editorial Excellence in Folio magazine's national competition. About 90 percent of our artic...


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Family Circle

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, May 3, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
FAMILY CIRCLE, USA
 
A general interest women's magazine which focuses on the family. Most of the articles are written by freelancers. Topics include travel, health, beauty, fitness, child care, relationships, finances, crafts. Most of the articles are written by freelancers. Paying market.

from:
www.worldwidefreelance.com


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Room Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, April 21, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
 
Room Magazine

http://www.roommagazine.com/

Postmark Deadlines: May 15 (siblings issue), August 31 (journeys issue)
Room Magazine, Canada's oldest literary magazine by and about women, seeks submissions of poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, and artwork for two upcoming themed issues. The deadline is May 15 for the Winter 2011 issue on "Sibling Relationships", and August 31 for their 35th anniversary issue, to appear in Spring 2012, with the theme "Journey". See website for formattin...

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Saturday Evening Post Limerick Laughs

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, March 9, 2011, In : Print Magazine 

Saturday Evening Post Limerick Laughs

The Saturday Evening Post will award $100 to the author of the winning limerick for this picture. Limericks must contain five lines. Entries will not be returned. Enter as many times as you wish. The Mar/Apr 2011 Limerick Laughs winner will be announced in the Jul/Aug 2011 issue. Entries must be postmarked by April 4, 2011.
More information: http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2011/02/28/humor/post-scripts/limerick-laughs-2.html


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5-Minute Memoir: Tales From the Writing Life

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, February 25, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
This just in from Writer's Digest Managing Editor Zachary Petit (see http://bit.ly/f0HP8W): "We've got news on something I'm nerdily thrilled about - the new recurring section in the InkWell department of Writer's Digest magazine: 5-Minute Memoir. Subtitled 'Tales From the Writing Life,' 5-Minute Memoir is exactly what it sounds like - a personal essay on some facet of the writing life, be it a narrative or a reflection, pensive, touching or hilarious." Check the link for details and submissi...

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Country

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, February 23, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
COUNTRY
http://www.country-magazine.com/guidelines.asp

Country is for people who "live in or long for the country." Our content reflects the rural lifestyle with relaxed, conversational writing and top-quality photography. We showcase the benefits and pleasures of country life, the beauty of rural America and folks with interesting tales to tell. All freelance material is considered on a speculative basis unless a specific assignment is made. We pay, upon publication, $250 for any story that ru...
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The Threepenny Review

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
The Threepenny Review reopens to submissions in January, at which point it will also begin allowing online submissions through a new submission system. No simultaneous submissions. Pays: "At present *The Threepenny Review* is paying $400 per story or article, $200 per poem or Table Talk piece." More details at: http://www.threepennyreview.com/submissions.html
 
from: http://erikadreifus.com/blogs/practicing-writing


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Woman's Weekly

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, January 28, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
WOMEN'S WEEKLY
http://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/family/471247/Woman-s-Weekly-Fiction-Guidelines

Fiction is a vital ingredient of Woman's Weekly, the place where readers can escape and switch off. This doesn't mean predictable plots or old-fashioned romances. Escapism means getting involved in a really gripping tale with believable characters. Above all, we are looking for originality and a wide variety of themes and moods, such as mystery, humour, relationships and family issues, with warmth still ...

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Looking Back Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, November 27, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.lookingbackmagazine.com/contributor_guidelines.php
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Tells poignant, humorous and bittersweet stories of the people who lived and grew up from 1945-1965. Stories should be conversational, to the point. Seasonal accepted as well. Color photos increase chances of acceptance. 500-800 words.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com



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Love of Quilting

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, November 10, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.fonsandporter.com/aspx/FonsandPorter/fp/submissions/guidelines.aspx
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We will look at historical stories, humorous pieces, articles on patchwork, appliqué, quilting, and other related techniques, and inspirational stories. Other topic areas could be unique quilt guild activities, profiles of interesting quilters, and quilting trends. Pays $200.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com




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Writing-World

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 30, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.writing-world.com/admin1/guidelines.shtml
Pays five cents/word up to $100. Prefers articles in the 1,000 to 1,500-word range, but considers pieces in the 800 to 2,000 range. Please review our topical indices on our Master Article Index before submitting a query or manuscript. As we have a huge collection of "beginner" pieces, we are currently interested primarily in articles for the more experienced writer, and we are particularly interested in articles on commercial/business writ...

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Sasee

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 23, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://sasee.com/submissions/
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We are looking for new, unpublished, first-person, non-fiction material that is for or about women. Essays, humor, satire, personal experience, and features on topics relating to women are our primary editorial focus. Diversity of subjects that reflect all age groups and variety of writing styles are invited. Articles should be no more than 500 to 1,000 words in length. Payment varies.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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Pivot Point Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, September 26, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.pivotpointpublishing.com/
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Pivot Point Magazine is a gathering place of the stories of people's lives that have experienced a significant "pivot point" from defeat to success, darkness to light, failure to victory. We are on a quest to bring the stories that will encourage and enlighten the reader to look beyond their own defeat and failures to see the possibilities of success and victory in their own lives.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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"The Last Page" - The Smithsonian Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, September 19, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
The Smithsonian is a beautiful magazine, one we'd all love to see our byline inside its covers. If you had a strong inclination to write for this publication, consider breaking in by pitching a piece up to 650 words to "The Last Page," their humor column. Read samples via issues in their archives (http://www.smithsonianmag.com/issue/archive/). Submit via their online webform and expect a wait of three wweeks. Compose the entire story and submit on spec. This is not a query process. The storie...

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Cats and Kittens

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, September 16, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.petpublishing.com/catkit/guidelines.shtml
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In the pages of Cats & Kittens, you'll find touching feline stories, special reports on feline medicine, breed profiles, training advice, cats at work and play. The compensation structure is 10 cents a word on the final edited published word count, payable upon publication of the article. Short articles are defined as 500 to 1,000 words, and features are defined as 1,200 to 2,000 words.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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Real People

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, September 8, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://realpeoplemagazine.co.uk/Tellusyourstory.PHP

This publication in the UK wants your real story. Whether it's traumatic, inspiring, endearing, heart-breaking or courageous, they want to consider it for Real People Magazine. If your tale will make people cry, fume, or laugh out loud, then they want to hear it. They pay up to £1,000 ($1,547.75 US) for the ones they print. E-mail: vicki@realpeoplemag.co.uk Also, pays £25 for every letter in the Trash or Treasure department and £15 to £25...
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The Bark

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 22, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.thebark.com/content/submission-guidelines

With each issue, we seek to bring our readers a literate and entertaining spectrum of dog-centric articles and stories. Articles and stories should not exceed 2,000 words. Ideally an article should be no longer than 1,200 words, and will stand a better chance of publication if it is below this limit. We also accept short pieces (less than 600 words) on general tips, how-to and other topics. Pays around 20 cents/word.
 
from: www.fundsforwr...

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Parent:Wise Seeking Writer

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, August 14, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
A note from Nisa Sharma, Art Director for Parent:Wise Austin:
We are looking to redo our hand-out coloring books.Our first was a bilingual trip to the zoo, and our current is “Daddy Monster” by a local dad/author, but supplies are running low and we are ready to change it up again.These books are part of our giveaway items that we bring with us to community/family events we help to sponsor, such as Children’s Day Art Park happening right now. We also give away the current issue of th...

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Destination Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 28, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.buses.org/destinationsmagazine

The official publication for members of the American Bus Association. The bi-monthly  features extensive coverage of North America's best group travel destinations, state-by-state travel/itinerary options, planning calendars of ABA Top 100 events, motorcoach & tour operator business tips, plus essential marketing and strategic insights. Pays up to 75 cents/word for features up to 1,800 words.

from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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2 Camels

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, May 13, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.2camels.com/writers-guidelines.php
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Our writers are a mixed bunch of professionals and amateurs who share a common love for the travel/festival writing genre. Our contributors include award winning authors, guide book writers, features writers and first time authors. We're after articles that capture an event. We want our readers to experience a festival as if they were right there beside you. Our articles are usually between 500 and 1,000 words. Pays $20 per article.
 
from: w...

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New Love Stories Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, April 26, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
For women over the age of twenty. It is designed to invoke in the reader a wide range of emotions relating to love and romance. Each issue will contain a well rounded mix of stories of loving female/male relationships that will stimulate the readers’ imagination. Adult women of all ages will relate to and live vicariously through the escapades of the female lead in each story. Also included in each issue will be a topical selection of cartoons and poetry.
 
http://www.newlovestories.com/w...

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Grit

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 29, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.ogdenpubs.com/writers/grit.html

Grit celebrates the intergenerational bonds among those who live on the land with spirit and style - a legacy of self-sufficiency, audacious ingenuity and pragmatic problem solving that gave this country its backbone and continues to shape its unique character. 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. Articles will be from 800 to 1,500 ...
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Mayfly

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, In : Print Magazine 

Randy & Shirley Brooks started editing Mayfly in 1986 as a new approach to publishing haiku. We announced that we would publish an issue after we had acquired the quality haiku needed. All submissions are judged competition style, together before each issue. We are now biannual, publishing an issue every summer and winter.

         a mayfly
         taps the screen-
         warm beets slip their skins

                                   --Peggy Lyles

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Share Your Recipes and Win $100

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 8, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
Create a recipe that uses fresh ingredients and can be made in 30 minutes or less. Receive $100 for each recipe published. Send original recipes to www.sunset.com/submitrecipe Include recipe title, its origin, ingredients and directions, plus your name, email, address and phone.

TAKE THE READER WEEKEND CHALLENGE

They seek an original recipe for an inventive weeknight dish that includes these three basic ingredients: chicken (any cut), tomatoes (fresh or canned), and feta cheese. From start to ...

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Country Woman Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, March 3, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.countrywomanmagazine.com/Misc_Pages/cGuidelines.asp

Payment for craft projects will generally range from $50 to $150, depending on the project. Features negotiated. Country Woman is a 68-page, full-color, bimonthly magazine for women who live in or long for the country. It is a positive, upbeat, entertaining and informative publication. The publication reflects the many interests and roles of its readers through short, photo-illustrated profiles of rural women doing interesting thin...
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Voices de la Luna

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 1, 2010, In : Print Magazine 

A quarterly poetry and arts magazine printed in San Antonio, Texas.

Poetry: We are devoted to publishing mostly poems from unsolicited manuscripts. We do not base our selections on a writer’s publication or award history, but on the poems themselves. We will accept up to 3 original poems per month. To fit into the format of our magazine, please limit the length of your poems to 28 (or fewer) lines of no more than 60 characters each. We believe it is up to the poet to break longer lines in ...


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Gospel Publishing House and Live, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, February 21, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE, USA
A Pentecostal Christian publisher owned and operated by the General Council of the Assemblies of God.
 
LIVE, USA
A take-home story paper distributed weekly in young adult and adult Sunday School classes in the Assemblies of God churches. Pays $0.07 to $0.10 per word.
 
Guidelines for both:
http://www.gospelpublishing.com/store/startcat.cfm?cat=tWRITGUID
 
From: www.worldwidefreelance.com

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Persimmon Tree

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, February 15, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
Don't miss the wonderful winter issue at http://www.persimmontree.org. There you will find Chana Bloch's excellent poetry, Hung Liu's powerful art, and fine fiction and nonfiction.

You are invited to submit to our new section of the magazine, SHORT TAKES, which will begin appearing in our summer issue. The topic is "First Thing in the Morning." The deadline is April 15, 2010. You must be a woman over the age of 60 to participate. The pieces should be 250-500 words, and we'll publish a represe...
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Love of Quilting

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, February 9, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.fonsandporter.com/aspx/FonsandPorter/fp/submissions/guidelines.aspx

We will look at historical stories, humorous pieces, articles on patchwork, appliqué, quilting, and other related techniques, and inspirational stories. Other topic areas could be unique quilt guild activities, profiles of interesting quilters, and quilting trends. We prefer feature articles that are visual rather than text heavy. Before you submit a feature, think about the visuals that will best illustrate your s...

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Alimentum Food Journal

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, February 5, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
Open submissions for menupoems!

We'll select about a dozen of your poems for our 4th annual menupoems broadside (looks like a menu but has poems on it!) to celebrate April National Poetry Month.

Here are the guidelines: Submissions accepted from Feb. 1st to March 1st. 3-poem submission limit. 12-line limit per poem. Send poems to menupoems@alimentumjournal.com Past poems into body of email- NO attachments.

What's a menupoem? Menupoem Editor Esther Cohen has the scoop plus a peek at past menupoem...
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The First Line

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, December 11, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://thefirstline.com/
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NO FEE
Next theme: Working for God is never easy.
Deadline February 1, 2010. We pay on publication $20 (US) for fiction and $10 (US) for nonfiction. We also send you a copy of the issue in which your story or nonfiction appears.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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True Love Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 27, 2009, In : Print Magazine 

Pays $50 - $75 Needs feature submissions.Please send submissions to TrueLoveMagazine@yahoo.com and type the feature for which you are submitting in the subject line. Submissions can also be mailed in. The feature/pay are as follows:

HERE COMES THE BRIDE - Send in a photo of your wedding day (can be from a recent weding or a past one), along with a short story about your wedding day - PAYS $50
MY WORSE DATE EVER! - write about your worst dating experience - PAYS $65
HOW I KNOW I'M IN LOVE - wri...


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Christian Science Monitor

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 8, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.csmonitor.com/aboutus/guidelines.html#homeforum

The Home Forum is looking for upbeat, personal essays from 400 to 800 words. These are first-person, nonfiction explorations of how you responded to a place, a person, a situation, an event, or happenings in everyday life. Tell a story; share a funny true tale. The humor should be gentle. Accept essays on a wide variety of subjects, and encourage timely, newsy topics. However, doesn't deal with the topics of death, aging and disease. ...

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Redbook

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, September 26, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.redbookmag.com/contact/writersguidelines

REDBOOK is targeted to women between the ages of 25 and 45 who define themselves as smart, capable, and happy with their lives. Covers news stories on contemporary issues, first-person essays about dramatic pivotal moments in a woman's life, marriage articles, short parenting features, and other exciting trends in women's lives. Pays up to $1.50/word.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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Capper's

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, September 17, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.ogdenpubs.com/writers/cappers.html

CAPPER'S uses historical, inspirational, nostalgic, family-oriented, travel and human-interest stories; unusual accomplishments, collections, occupations, hobbies, etc. Approximately 75 manuscripts are purchased annually (not including Heart of the Home). Use journalistic style. Payment is made upon publication at the rate of approximately $2.50 per printed inch. Length: 700 words maximum. Good quality accompanying photos considered.
 
from:  www....

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Good Old Days

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.drgnetwork.com/pdfs/GDg08.pdf
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Good Old Days tells the real stories of the people who lived and grew up in "the good old days" (about 1935-1965). These regular departments are in each issue: Good Old Days on Wheels (transportation: auto, plane, horse-drawn, train, bicycle, trolley, etc.), Good Old Days in the Kitchen (favorite foods, appliances, ways of cooking, recipes), Home Remedies (herbs and poultices, hometown doctors, harrowing kitchen table operations). Prefers 500-1,500 w...
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Good Housekeeping Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, August 6, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Good Housekeeping addresses 25 million women. Most are married with children (anywhere from newborn to college age, but predominantly in the 6-12 age group) and work outside the home.
 
Submissions will be reviewed for the Blessings column on the back page. 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 ...

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Saturday Evening Post

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Before sending us a manuscript or query, look through recent issues of the Post to get an idea of the range and style of articles we publish. You will discover that our focus has broadened to include well-researched, timely and informative articles on finance, unusual photo/story packages, home improvement, humor, transportation, travel, fashion, entertainment, personality profiles, technology, communication with a healthy emphasis on medical breakthroughs, promising new treatments, preventio...

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The Family Handyman Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, July 25, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Clever. Entertaining. Original. Check out our Handy Hints®, where do-it-yourselfers share their time and money-saving ideas, and Great Goofs™, where they share their biggest blunders. Got a hint or goof of your own? You can email your Handy Hints® or Great Goofs™ to us (don't forget to add your name and address), or you can mail your Handy Hints® or Great Goofs™ to Handy Hints® or Great Goofs™, The Family Handyman, 2915 Commers Drive, Suite 700, Eagan, MN 55121. We pay $100 for ti...

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GreenPrints: The Weeder's Digest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Looking for the best, personal (important word, that) garden writing I can get. Expressive, thoughtful, humorous, angry, contrite, flippant, searching, witty, observant, sad, inviting— whatever! We focus on the human, not how-to side of gardening. On the people as well as the plants. After all, gardening is a relationship, not a recipe. GreenPrints explores that relationship, not by instructing, preaching, or lecturing about it. Instead, we celebrate it . . . by sharing the stories and expe...

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Family Fun

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, July 4, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://tinyurl.com/exhwr

Describes itself as America's "number one magazine for families with children ages 3 to 12, with more than 12 million subscribers. " The magazine's "Family Traditions" section features first-person contributions that highlight 'one family's favorite or most meaningful tradition, such as a Saturday-morning ritual or a neat way to mark milestones. The topics vary but are often seasonal and usually focus on some way in which the tradition has helped shape that family's id...
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Writer's Digest: Your Story

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, June 4, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Every other month, Writer's Digest presents a creative challenge for fun and prizes. We'll provide a short, open-ended prompt. In turn, you'll submit a short story of 750 words or fewer based on that prompt. You can be funny, poignant, witty, etc.; it is, after all, your story. The winner will receive publication in an upcoming issue of Writer's Digest.

Your Story #19: Back in Time
A woman is given the ability to go back in time and change one event in her life.
—From
The Writer's Book of Ma...

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Just Cause, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
National and international stories covering charitable causes, charitable organizations, volunteer services, fundraisers, and profiles of "doers and givers." Coverage sectors are Arts, Education, Healthcare, The Environment, Civic Causes and International Issues. Payment by negotiation but is "higher than most comparable magazines".

Guidelines:
http://justcauseit.com/help/contributor-guidelines  
 
from: http://www.worldwidefreelance.com

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The First Line

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 15, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Submissions are being accepted for 300-3,000 word fiction stories that begins with the first line provided or 500-800 word non-ficiton critical essays about your favorite first line from a literary work. Pays $20 for fiction and $10 for nonfiction plus a copy of the issue in which your piece appears.
 
Fall:
“My life is a sham.”
Due date: August 1, 2009
 
More details at: http://www.thefirstline.com/submission.htm

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Hill Country Sun

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, May 9, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Hill Country Sun publishes stories about interesting people, places, or things to do in the Texas Hill Country. The stories are written for people who live in the Hill Country and for people who want to visit and travel in the Hill Country. It is a resource guide to help people plan for what they want to do to get the most out of their Hill Country travels. It is important that you read the Hill Country Sun thoroughly to get the feel for how our stories are written.
 
Stories should be betwe...

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Cotton Spice Quilting Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, April 3, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Cotton Spice Quilting Magazine
          ...devoted to the quilters looking for something else
 
We are actively seeking submissions of Fresh, previously unpublished quilts and articles of interest to quilters and those who love quilts. This includes, but is not limited to – 

      We welcome submissions from - 

     We purchase first North A...


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US Airways Magazine, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, March 10, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Looking for writers who can deliver smart, pithy copy. "We like breezy. We like humor. We like a light tone. And we like writers who can deliver short pieces (100-250 words) as well as longer stories." Pays $1 per word and up.

Guidelines: http://www.usairwaysmag.com/pdfs/USAWwriterguide.pdf
 
from: www.worldwidefreelance.com

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I Love Cats Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, March 7, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.iluvcats.com/writguidfori.html

"I do not want poetry (as I seldom publish it) but I am interested in feature stories about cats and their owners, (no talking cats, please), interesting or odd happenings with cats, tips for cat owners, health issues, nonfiction pieces, behavior problems, that sort of thing. Please do not send stories about cats that go or live outdoors. I'm looking for a story--preferably with photos or drawings--that is 1,000 words, tops, ideally 500-800 words. I bu...
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Personal Development Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, March 5, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.morethanamagazine.com

National publication seeks limited number of well-written
articles on life-changing travel experiences. Have you been
to Costa Rica to learn Yoga? Explored China with
human rights
workers
? Found the meaning of life camping in Montana? If
you've been someplace that has impacted your mind/body/soul,
can tell the story well, and the reader can identify with what
you've experienced, your story is for us. Submissions should be
approximately 1,000 words. Pays 20 cent...

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Over My Dead Body

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, In : Print Magazine 

Over My Dead Body

http://www.overmydeadbody.com/wg2011.htm

Publishes a wide variety of mystery-related manuscripts, from cozy to hardboiled and everything in between. Submissions are open for fiction and nonfiction. Pays: $0.01 per word for fiction; $10-$25 total for unsolicited nonfiction.

 

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Dramatics Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, March 18, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Dramatics Magazine
http://schooltheatre.org/publications/dramatics/guidelines
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Dramatics is the monthly magazine (published during the academic year, September through May) for high school theatre students and teachers. Features include new plays, practical articles on acting, directing, design, production, and other facets of theatre, and career-oriented profiles of working theatre professionals. Two annual special issues focus on college theatre programs (December) and summer theatre work...

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Tea, A Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, February 19, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Tea, A Magazine
http://www.teamag.com/index_files/Page318.html
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A consumer quarterly magazine all about tea, both as a beverage and for its cultural significance in art, music, literature, history, and society. TEA also produces many tea books, tea items, and conducts classes about tea. Topics include health, fitness, nutrition, history, collectibles, personal essays, tea recipes, and book reviews. Pays $50 to $200.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com



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Southern Cultures

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, February 6, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Southern Cultures
http://www.southerncultures.org/content/submissions/
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Deadlines for New Calls for Submissions:
March 5, 2012: Deadline for the 6th Annual Music issue.
June 1, 2012: Deadline for the Remembering the Civil War issue.
 
Pays $250 for essay-length pieces and $100 for shorter works. We are especially interested in reader-friendly articles and essays that deal with Southern topics in the broadest possible way and that open up a larger discussion on the South. Our full-le...

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Ocean Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, January 7, 2012, In : Print Magazine 
Ocean Magazine
http://www.oceanmagazine.org/contributorsguidelines.aspx
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OCEAN publishes stories, articles, essays, and poems about the ocean -- scientific, creative, environmental, recreational, spiritual -- in keeping with its celebration and protection of our ocean. You may send sample writings, or full text submissions. 
 

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Positive Impace Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, December 30, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Positive Impact Magazine
http://www.positiveimpactmagazine.com/writers-guidelines/
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Compensation rates for published articles vary and are negotiated based on the circumstances of the writer and the assignment. Positive Impact Magazine pays higher rates for creative story ideas, original reporting and heavily researched stories that are groundbreaking and compelling. POSITIVE IMPACT MAGAZINE ("PIM") wants to tell stories about people creating a positive impact in and on our world. By telli...

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The Writer Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, December 2, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
The Writer Magazine
http://tinyurl.com/6evkrab

CURRENT NEEDS: "Craft articles and step by step articles on some aspect of fiction and nonfiction writing from well-published writers; Off the Cuff casual essays about writing; Market Focus articles; general articles about some fresh aspect of freelance writing; author-interview articles; short pieces for our Take Note column." Pays $40-$400 for 200-3400 words.

from: www.writersweekly.com


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Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, November 25, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column 
 
The Last Page is a monthly column that aims at humor. Its length runs between 500 and 650 words. Because of the difficulty in judging humor by proposal, we require submission of a completed manuscript. The Web submission form's proposal text box will accommodate a manuscript and cover letter. Payment for the column is $1,000, and there is no kill fee.
 
The article should be amusing and the tone genial - a story rather than a list of jo...

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Reader's Digest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, November 22, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Reader's Digest, USA
http://goo.gl/9ApM2

Monthly magazine targeted to 5.5 million time-starved, family-centric subscribers and retail consumers. Accepts queries for dramatic narratives, articles about everyday heroes, crime dramas, adventure stories. High-paying market. Also pays $100 to $300 for jokes and anecdotes.

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WRITERS' Journal

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
WRITERS' Journal
 
CURRENT NEEDS: "Our audience wants to learn how to become better writers and seek advice on how to get published. Pay is usually $30.00 and a one-year subscription for articles between 1,000 and 2,000 words. Also publishes fillers of up to 200 words. Pay for fillers is $5-$10 plus a complimentary issue.
 
from: www.writersweekly.com


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True West

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, August 29, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
True West
http://www.truewestmagazine.com/jcontent/twhome/true-west-publishing/submissions
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TRUE WEST relates our American West history back to the present day, to show readers the important role our heritage plays in keeping the spirit of the West alive during our everyday travels and adventures out West. With regards to word length, we actively look for articles that range from: 1,500 words for features; 500 words for short features; 250 words or less for snapshot coverage...

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Texas Highways

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, August 25, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
Texas Highways, USA

The official travel magazine of Texas, encourages travel within the state. Subjects should focus on things to do or places to see in Texas. Include historical, cultural, and geographic aspects if appropriate. Pays $0.50 per word.
Guidelines:
http://www.texashighways.com/index.php/index.php/component/content/article/5697-submission-guidelines

from:  www.worldwidefreelance.com  

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Toastmaster Magazine, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 14, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
TOASTMASTER MAGAZINE, USA

Published monthly for approximately 260,000 members in 113 countries. Covers communication, leadership, and self-improvement. All articles must be geared toward an international audience. Also welcomes submissions from freelancers living outside North America. "Compensation for accepted articles depends on whether our submission guidelines are followed, the amount of research involved and the article's general value to us." Guidelines: http://www.toastmasters.org/To...

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The Atlantic Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, August 6, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
The Atlantic Magazine

*Submissions: The Atlantic considers unsolicited manuscripts, either fiction or nonfiction. A general familiarity with what we have published in the past is the best guide to our needs and preferences. Manuscripts must be typewritten and double-spaced. Receipt of manuscripts will be acknowledged if accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Manuscripts will not be returned. At this time, the print magazine does not read submissions sent via fax or e-mail. TheAtlant...

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The Writer Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 27, 2011, In : Print Magazine 

The Writer Magazine
PAY: $25 - $500

Dedicated to helping professional and aspiring writers with a straightforward presentation of information, instruction and motivation. In the pages of our 122-year-old magazine, writers come together to share their experiences, expertise, struggles, successes and suggestions. The magazine's efforts have been recognized in recent years with gold and silver medals for Editorial Excellence in Folio magazine's national competition. About 90 percent of our artic...


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Family Circle

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, May 3, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
FAMILY CIRCLE, USA
 
A general interest women's magazine which focuses on the family. Most of the articles are written by freelancers. Topics include travel, health, beauty, fitness, child care, relationships, finances, crafts. Most of the articles are written by freelancers. Paying market.

from:
www.worldwidefreelance.com


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Room Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, April 21, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
 
Room Magazine

http://www.roommagazine.com/

Postmark Deadlines: May 15 (siblings issue), August 31 (journeys issue)
Room Magazine, Canada's oldest literary magazine by and about women, seeks submissions of poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, and artwork for two upcoming themed issues. The deadline is May 15 for the Winter 2011 issue on "Sibling Relationships", and August 31 for their 35th anniversary issue, to appear in Spring 2012, with the theme "Journey". See website for formattin...

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Saturday Evening Post Limerick Laughs

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, March 9, 2011, In : Print Magazine 

Saturday Evening Post Limerick Laughs

The Saturday Evening Post will award $100 to the author of the winning limerick for this picture. Limericks must contain five lines. Entries will not be returned. Enter as many times as you wish. The Mar/Apr 2011 Limerick Laughs winner will be announced in the Jul/Aug 2011 issue. Entries must be postmarked by April 4, 2011.
More information: http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2011/02/28/humor/post-scripts/limerick-laughs-2.html


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5-Minute Memoir: Tales From the Writing Life

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, February 25, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
This just in from Writer's Digest Managing Editor Zachary Petit (see http://bit.ly/f0HP8W): "We've got news on something I'm nerdily thrilled about - the new recurring section in the InkWell department of Writer's Digest magazine: 5-Minute Memoir. Subtitled 'Tales From the Writing Life,' 5-Minute Memoir is exactly what it sounds like - a personal essay on some facet of the writing life, be it a narrative or a reflection, pensive, touching or hilarious." Check the link for details and submissi...

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Country

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, February 23, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
COUNTRY
http://www.country-magazine.com/guidelines.asp

Country is for people who "live in or long for the country." Our content reflects the rural lifestyle with relaxed, conversational writing and top-quality photography. We showcase the benefits and pleasures of country life, the beauty of rural America and folks with interesting tales to tell. All freelance material is considered on a speculative basis unless a specific assignment is made. We pay, upon publication, $250 for any story that ru...
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The Threepenny Review

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
The Threepenny Review reopens to submissions in January, at which point it will also begin allowing online submissions through a new submission system. No simultaneous submissions. Pays: "At present *The Threepenny Review* is paying $400 per story or article, $200 per poem or Table Talk piece." More details at: http://www.threepennyreview.com/submissions.html
 
from: http://erikadreifus.com/blogs/practicing-writing


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Woman's Weekly

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, January 28, 2011, In : Print Magazine 
WOMEN'S WEEKLY
http://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/family/471247/Woman-s-Weekly-Fiction-Guidelines

Fiction is a vital ingredient of Woman's Weekly, the place where readers can escape and switch off. This doesn't mean predictable plots or old-fashioned romances. Escapism means getting involved in a really gripping tale with believable characters. Above all, we are looking for originality and a wide variety of themes and moods, such as mystery, humour, relationships and family issues, with warmth still ...

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Looking Back Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, November 27, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.lookingbackmagazine.com/contributor_guidelines.php
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Tells poignant, humorous and bittersweet stories of the people who lived and grew up from 1945-1965. Stories should be conversational, to the point. Seasonal accepted as well. Color photos increase chances of acceptance. 500-800 words.
 
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Love of Quilting

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, November 10, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.fonsandporter.com/aspx/FonsandPorter/fp/submissions/guidelines.aspx
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We will look at historical stories, humorous pieces, articles on patchwork, appliqué, quilting, and other related techniques, and inspirational stories. Other topic areas could be unique quilt guild activities, profiles of interesting quilters, and quilting trends. Pays $200.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com




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Writing-World

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 30, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.writing-world.com/admin1/guidelines.shtml
Pays five cents/word up to $100. Prefers articles in the 1,000 to 1,500-word range, but considers pieces in the 800 to 2,000 range. Please review our topical indices on our Master Article Index before submitting a query or manuscript. As we have a huge collection of "beginner" pieces, we are currently interested primarily in articles for the more experienced writer, and we are particularly interested in articles on commercial/business writ...

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Sasee

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 23, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://sasee.com/submissions/
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We are looking for new, unpublished, first-person, non-fiction material that is for or about women. Essays, humor, satire, personal experience, and features on topics relating to women are our primary editorial focus. Diversity of subjects that reflect all age groups and variety of writing styles are invited. Articles should be no more than 500 to 1,000 words in length. Payment varies.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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Pivot Point Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, September 26, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.pivotpointpublishing.com/
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Pivot Point Magazine is a gathering place of the stories of people's lives that have experienced a significant "pivot point" from defeat to success, darkness to light, failure to victory. We are on a quest to bring the stories that will encourage and enlighten the reader to look beyond their own defeat and failures to see the possibilities of success and victory in their own lives.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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"The Last Page" - The Smithsonian Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, September 19, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
The Smithsonian is a beautiful magazine, one we'd all love to see our byline inside its covers. If you had a strong inclination to write for this publication, consider breaking in by pitching a piece up to 650 words to "The Last Page," their humor column. Read samples via issues in their archives (http://www.smithsonianmag.com/issue/archive/). Submit via their online webform and expect a wait of three wweeks. Compose the entire story and submit on spec. This is not a query process. The storie...

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Cats and Kittens

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, September 16, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.petpublishing.com/catkit/guidelines.shtml
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In the pages of Cats & Kittens, you'll find touching feline stories, special reports on feline medicine, breed profiles, training advice, cats at work and play. The compensation structure is 10 cents a word on the final edited published word count, payable upon publication of the article. Short articles are defined as 500 to 1,000 words, and features are defined as 1,200 to 2,000 words.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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Real People

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, September 8, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://realpeoplemagazine.co.uk/Tellusyourstory.PHP

This publication in the UK wants your real story. Whether it's traumatic, inspiring, endearing, heart-breaking or courageous, they want to consider it for Real People Magazine. If your tale will make people cry, fume, or laugh out loud, then they want to hear it. They pay up to £1,000 ($1,547.75 US) for the ones they print. E-mail: vicki@realpeoplemag.co.uk Also, pays £25 for every letter in the Trash or Treasure department and £15 to £25...
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The Bark

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 22, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.thebark.com/content/submission-guidelines

With each issue, we seek to bring our readers a literate and entertaining spectrum of dog-centric articles and stories. Articles and stories should not exceed 2,000 words. Ideally an article should be no longer than 1,200 words, and will stand a better chance of publication if it is below this limit. We also accept short pieces (less than 600 words) on general tips, how-to and other topics. Pays around 20 cents/word.
 
from: www.fundsforwr...

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Parent:Wise Seeking Writer

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, August 14, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
A note from Nisa Sharma, Art Director for Parent:Wise Austin:
We are looking to redo our hand-out coloring books.Our first was a bilingual trip to the zoo, and our current is “Daddy Monster” by a local dad/author, but supplies are running low and we are ready to change it up again.These books are part of our giveaway items that we bring with us to community/family events we help to sponsor, such as Children’s Day Art Park happening right now. We also give away the current issue of th...

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Destination Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 28, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.buses.org/destinationsmagazine

The official publication for members of the American Bus Association. The bi-monthly  features extensive coverage of North America's best group travel destinations, state-by-state travel/itinerary options, planning calendars of ABA Top 100 events, motorcoach & tour operator business tips, plus essential marketing and strategic insights. Pays up to 75 cents/word for features up to 1,800 words.

from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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2 Camels

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, May 13, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.2camels.com/writers-guidelines.php
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Our writers are a mixed bunch of professionals and amateurs who share a common love for the travel/festival writing genre. Our contributors include award winning authors, guide book writers, features writers and first time authors. We're after articles that capture an event. We want our readers to experience a festival as if they were right there beside you. Our articles are usually between 500 and 1,000 words. Pays $20 per article.
 
from: w...

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New Love Stories Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, April 26, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
For women over the age of twenty. It is designed to invoke in the reader a wide range of emotions relating to love and romance. Each issue will contain a well rounded mix of stories of loving female/male relationships that will stimulate the readers’ imagination. Adult women of all ages will relate to and live vicariously through the escapades of the female lead in each story. Also included in each issue will be a topical selection of cartoons and poetry.
 
http://www.newlovestories.com/w...

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Grit

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 29, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.ogdenpubs.com/writers/grit.html

Grit celebrates the intergenerational bonds among those who live on the land with spirit and style - a legacy of self-sufficiency, audacious ingenuity and pragmatic problem solving that gave this country its backbone and continues to shape its unique character. 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. Articles will be from 800 to 1,500 ...
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Mayfly

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, In : Print Magazine 

Randy & Shirley Brooks started editing Mayfly in 1986 as a new approach to publishing haiku. We announced that we would publish an issue after we had acquired the quality haiku needed. All submissions are judged competition style, together before each issue. We are now biannual, publishing an issue every summer and winter.

         a mayfly
         taps the screen-
         warm beets slip their skins

                                   --Peggy Lyles

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Share Your Recipes and Win $100

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 8, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
Create a recipe that uses fresh ingredients and can be made in 30 minutes or less. Receive $100 for each recipe published. Send original recipes to www.sunset.com/submitrecipe Include recipe title, its origin, ingredients and directions, plus your name, email, address and phone.

TAKE THE READER WEEKEND CHALLENGE

They seek an original recipe for an inventive weeknight dish that includes these three basic ingredients: chicken (any cut), tomatoes (fresh or canned), and feta cheese. From start to ...

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Country Woman Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, March 3, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.countrywomanmagazine.com/Misc_Pages/cGuidelines.asp

Payment for craft projects will generally range from $50 to $150, depending on the project. Features negotiated. Country Woman is a 68-page, full-color, bimonthly magazine for women who live in or long for the country. It is a positive, upbeat, entertaining and informative publication. The publication reflects the many interests and roles of its readers through short, photo-illustrated profiles of rural women doing interesting thin...
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Voices de la Luna

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 1, 2010, In : Print Magazine 

A quarterly poetry and arts magazine printed in San Antonio, Texas.

Poetry: We are devoted to publishing mostly poems from unsolicited manuscripts. We do not base our selections on a writer’s publication or award history, but on the poems themselves. We will accept up to 3 original poems per month. To fit into the format of our magazine, please limit the length of your poems to 28 (or fewer) lines of no more than 60 characters each. We believe it is up to the poet to break longer lines in ...


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Gospel Publishing House and Live, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, February 21, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE, USA
A Pentecostal Christian publisher owned and operated by the General Council of the Assemblies of God.
 
LIVE, USA
A take-home story paper distributed weekly in young adult and adult Sunday School classes in the Assemblies of God churches. Pays $0.07 to $0.10 per word.
 
Guidelines for both:
http://www.gospelpublishing.com/store/startcat.cfm?cat=tWRITGUID
 
From: www.worldwidefreelance.com

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Persimmon Tree

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, February 15, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
Don't miss the wonderful winter issue at http://www.persimmontree.org. There you will find Chana Bloch's excellent poetry, Hung Liu's powerful art, and fine fiction and nonfiction.

You are invited to submit to our new section of the magazine, SHORT TAKES, which will begin appearing in our summer issue. The topic is "First Thing in the Morning." The deadline is April 15, 2010. You must be a woman over the age of 60 to participate. The pieces should be 250-500 words, and we'll publish a represe...
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Love of Quilting

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, February 9, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.fonsandporter.com/aspx/FonsandPorter/fp/submissions/guidelines.aspx

We will look at historical stories, humorous pieces, articles on patchwork, appliqué, quilting, and other related techniques, and inspirational stories. Other topic areas could be unique quilt guild activities, profiles of interesting quilters, and quilting trends. We prefer feature articles that are visual rather than text heavy. Before you submit a feature, think about the visuals that will best illustrate your s...

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Alimentum Food Journal

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, February 5, 2010, In : Print Magazine 
Open submissions for menupoems!

We'll select about a dozen of your poems for our 4th annual menupoems broadside (looks like a menu but has poems on it!) to celebrate April National Poetry Month.

Here are the guidelines: Submissions accepted from Feb. 1st to March 1st. 3-poem submission limit. 12-line limit per poem. Send poems to menupoems@alimentumjournal.com Past poems into body of email- NO attachments.

What's a menupoem? Menupoem Editor Esther Cohen has the scoop plus a peek at past menupoem...
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The First Line

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, December 11, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://thefirstline.com/
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NO FEE
Next theme: Working for God is never easy.
Deadline February 1, 2010. We pay on publication $20 (US) for fiction and $10 (US) for nonfiction. We also send you a copy of the issue in which your story or nonfiction appears.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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True Love Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 27, 2009, In : Print Magazine 

Pays $50 - $75 Needs feature submissions.Please send submissions to TrueLoveMagazine@yahoo.com and type the feature for which you are submitting in the subject line. Submissions can also be mailed in. The feature/pay are as follows:

HERE COMES THE BRIDE - Send in a photo of your wedding day (can be from a recent weding or a past one), along with a short story about your wedding day - PAYS $50
MY WORSE DATE EVER! - write about your worst dating experience - PAYS $65
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Christian Science Monitor

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 8, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.csmonitor.com/aboutus/guidelines.html#homeforum

The Home Forum is looking for upbeat, personal essays from 400 to 800 words. These are first-person, nonfiction explorations of how you responded to a place, a person, a situation, an event, or happenings in everyday life. Tell a story; share a funny true tale. The humor should be gentle. Accept essays on a wide variety of subjects, and encourage timely, newsy topics. However, doesn't deal with the topics of death, aging and disease. ...

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Redbook

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, September 26, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.redbookmag.com/contact/writersguidelines

REDBOOK is targeted to women between the ages of 25 and 45 who define themselves as smart, capable, and happy with their lives. Covers news stories on contemporary issues, first-person essays about dramatic pivotal moments in a woman's life, marriage articles, short parenting features, and other exciting trends in women's lives. Pays up to $1.50/word.
 
from: www.fundsforwriters.com

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Capper's

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, September 17, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.ogdenpubs.com/writers/cappers.html

CAPPER'S uses historical, inspirational, nostalgic, family-oriented, travel and human-interest stories; unusual accomplishments, collections, occupations, hobbies, etc. Approximately 75 manuscripts are purchased annually (not including Heart of the Home). Use journalistic style. Payment is made upon publication at the rate of approximately $2.50 per printed inch. Length: 700 words maximum. Good quality accompanying photos considered.
 
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Good Old Days

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.drgnetwork.com/pdfs/GDg08.pdf
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Good Old Days tells the real stories of the people who lived and grew up in "the good old days" (about 1935-1965). These regular departments are in each issue: Good Old Days on Wheels (transportation: auto, plane, horse-drawn, train, bicycle, trolley, etc.), Good Old Days in the Kitchen (favorite foods, appliances, ways of cooking, recipes), Home Remedies (herbs and poultices, hometown doctors, harrowing kitchen table operations). Prefers 500-1,500 w...
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Good Housekeeping Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, August 6, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Good Housekeeping addresses 25 million women. Most are married with children (anywhere from newborn to college age, but predominantly in the 6-12 age group) and work outside the home.
 
Submissions will be reviewed for the Blessings column on the back page. 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 ...

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Saturday Evening Post

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Before sending us a manuscript or query, look through recent issues of the Post to get an idea of the range and style of articles we publish. You will discover that our focus has broadened to include well-researched, timely and informative articles on finance, unusual photo/story packages, home improvement, humor, transportation, travel, fashion, entertainment, personality profiles, technology, communication with a healthy emphasis on medical breakthroughs, promising new treatments, preventio...

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The Family Handyman Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, July 25, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Clever. Entertaining. Original. Check out our Handy Hints®, where do-it-yourselfers share their time and money-saving ideas, and Great Goofs™, where they share their biggest blunders. Got a hint or goof of your own? You can email your Handy Hints® or Great Goofs™ to us (don't forget to add your name and address), or you can mail your Handy Hints® or Great Goofs™ to Handy Hints® or Great Goofs™, The Family Handyman, 2915 Commers Drive, Suite 700, Eagan, MN 55121. We pay $100 for ti...

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GreenPrints: The Weeder's Digest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Looking for the best, personal (important word, that) garden writing I can get. Expressive, thoughtful, humorous, angry, contrite, flippant, searching, witty, observant, sad, inviting— whatever! We focus on the human, not how-to side of gardening. On the people as well as the plants. After all, gardening is a relationship, not a recipe. GreenPrints explores that relationship, not by instructing, preaching, or lecturing about it. Instead, we celebrate it . . . by sharing the stories and expe...

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Family Fun

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, July 4, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://tinyurl.com/exhwr

Describes itself as America's "number one magazine for families with children ages 3 to 12, with more than 12 million subscribers. " The magazine's "Family Traditions" section features first-person contributions that highlight 'one family's favorite or most meaningful tradition, such as a Saturday-morning ritual or a neat way to mark milestones. The topics vary but are often seasonal and usually focus on some way in which the tradition has helped shape that family's id...
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Writer's Digest: Your Story

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, June 4, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Every other month, Writer's Digest presents a creative challenge for fun and prizes. We'll provide a short, open-ended prompt. In turn, you'll submit a short story of 750 words or fewer based on that prompt. You can be funny, poignant, witty, etc.; it is, after all, your story. The winner will receive publication in an upcoming issue of Writer's Digest.

Your Story #19: Back in Time
A woman is given the ability to go back in time and change one event in her life.
—From
The Writer's Book of Ma...

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Just Cause, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
National and international stories covering charitable causes, charitable organizations, volunteer services, fundraisers, and profiles of "doers and givers." Coverage sectors are Arts, Education, Healthcare, The Environment, Civic Causes and International Issues. Payment by negotiation but is "higher than most comparable magazines".

Guidelines:
http://justcauseit.com/help/contributor-guidelines  
 
from: http://www.worldwidefreelance.com

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The First Line

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 15, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Submissions are being accepted for 300-3,000 word fiction stories that begins with the first line provided or 500-800 word non-ficiton critical essays about your favorite first line from a literary work. Pays $20 for fiction and $10 for nonfiction plus a copy of the issue in which your piece appears.
 
Fall:
“My life is a sham.”
Due date: August 1, 2009
 
More details at: http://www.thefirstline.com/submission.htm

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Hill Country Sun

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, May 9, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Hill Country Sun publishes stories about interesting people, places, or things to do in the Texas Hill Country. The stories are written for people who live in the Hill Country and for people who want to visit and travel in the Hill Country. It is a resource guide to help people plan for what they want to do to get the most out of their Hill Country travels. It is important that you read the Hill Country Sun thoroughly to get the feel for how our stories are written.
 
Stories should be betwe...

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Cotton Spice Quilting Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, April 3, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Cotton Spice Quilting Magazine
          ...devoted to the quilters looking for something else
 
We are actively seeking submissions of Fresh, previously unpublished quilts and articles of interest to quilters and those who love quilts. This includes, but is not limited to – 

      We welcome submissions from - 

     We purchase first North A...


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US Airways Magazine, USA

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, March 10, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
Looking for writers who can deliver smart, pithy copy. "We like breezy. We like humor. We like a light tone. And we like writers who can deliver short pieces (100-250 words) as well as longer stories." Pays $1 per word and up.

Guidelines: http://www.usairwaysmag.com/pdfs/USAWwriterguide.pdf
 
from: www.worldwidefreelance.com

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I Love Cats Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, March 7, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.iluvcats.com/writguidfori.html

"I do not want poetry (as I seldom publish it) but I am interested in feature stories about cats and their owners, (no talking cats, please), interesting or odd happenings with cats, tips for cat owners, health issues, nonfiction pieces, behavior problems, that sort of thing. Please do not send stories about cats that go or live outdoors. I'm looking for a story--preferably with photos or drawings--that is 1,000 words, tops, ideally 500-800 words. I bu...
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Personal Development Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, March 5, 2009, In : Print Magazine 
http://www.morethanamagazine.com

National publication seeks limited number of well-written
articles on life-changing travel experiences. Have you been
to Costa Rica to learn Yoga? Explored China with
human rights
workers
? Found the meaning of life camping in Montana? If
you've been someplace that has impacted your mind/body/soul,
can tell the story well, and the reader can identify with what
you've experienced, your story is for us. Submissions should be
approximately 1,000 words. Pays 20 cent...

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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 
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