Monday, October 19, 2009
Cross that bridge from writer to marketable writer. *smile*
Here’s a new one for all of my followers. How about some markets for you to send your work out to? I’m in WVU, Writer’s Village University, and the one thing we don’t have is a room where we can post markets to help other writer’s along. It’s like this big search for yourself kind of attitude and I’m of the sharing type, so here! Here is some markets and I’ll make Monday’s my market day.Just a few to get you started. Next Monday, you’ll find more as I pretty much know what my fellow classmates write. Hope you all enjoy!
Title: THE UPPER ROOM, USA
Description:Encouraging Christians in their personal life of prayer and
Pays: $25 per meditation, upon publication.
Click Guidelines: http://www.upperroom.org/devotional/how_to_write.asp
Title: USA TODAY, USA
Description: Accepts unsolicited opinion pieces for The Forum, its Op-Ed page.
Columns typically run 650 to 750 words in length. Paying market.
Title Christian Science Monitor
Description An international daily newspaper produced by The Christian Science Publishing Society. Pays up to $225.
Web site http://www.csmonitor.com
Title: U.S. Kids is committed to publishing high-quality health and
fitness material to educate children. They publish the following
Title: TURTLE MAGAZINE
Description: Magazine for preschool kids ages 3-5. Pays up to $0.35 per word.
Fiction up to 350 words, nonfiction up to 200 words. Guidelines:
Title: HUMPTY DUMPTY
Description: Magazine for kids ages 5-7. Pays up to $0.35 per word.
Fiction/nonfiction up to 450 words.
Title: JACK & JILL
Description: Magazine for kids ages 8-12. Pays up to $0.25 per word.
Fiction/nonfiction: up to 700 words.
Title Dialogue Magazine
Description Welcomes the submission of freelance material from visually impaired authors for possible publication. Fiction and non-fiction. Pays $15 to $35.
Web site: http://www.blindskills.com/dialogue.html
Region North America