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Magazine Freelance Writing Jobs

26 Apr

Freelance Writing Addresses


CHILDREN’S ADVOCATE

Action Alliance for Children works to inform, educate, connect, and inspire people who work with and on behalf of children throughout California. We provide useful, reader-friendly information on current issues, trends, and public policies that affect children and families, for families, early care and education staff, people who work with them, and advocates.
Pays 25 cents/word.
http://www.4children.org/about

INTERNET@SCHOOLS
The guide to electronic tools and resources for school library and media specialists for kindergarten through grade 12.
Articles 1,500 words and pay up to $500.
http://www.internetatschools.com/About/AboutUs

 

SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
School Library Journal reviews new children’s and young adult general trade books, original paperbacks, and reference books from established publishers. School Library Journal, is the leading print magazine, and now SLJ.com serving librarians who work with young people in schools and public libraries. The two resources give librarians up-to-date information needed to integrate libraries into the school curriculum, become leaders in the areas of technology, reading, and information literacy, and create high-quality collections for children and young adults. Pays $400.
http://www.slj.com/csp/cms/sites/SLJ/Info/submissions.csp

WP TUTS+
Submit a tutorial to Wptuts+. We only accept tutorials that match the site’s standards of both writing and tutorial content. If your tutorial is accepted, we’ll pay an agreed USD
rate per tutorial published (make an offer!), and you’ll get to help your fellow WordPress development afficionados!
Pays from $60 to $500 depending on the complexity and level of the tutorial.
http://wp.tutsplus.com/about/submit-a-tutorial/

KIKI
Accepts manuscripts on spec basis. Prefers queries. No poetry or fiction. Kiki is a magazine for girls who love life, appreciate creativity, and recognize good ideas. A Kiki reader thinks for herself, has her own look, and is on her way to being a confident, strong, and smart young woman. She’s a girl with style and substance!
Pays 50 cents to $1/word.
http://www.kikimag.com/submit/submit.php

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
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 medical “first” or had a dramatic rescue.
http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/about/good-housekeeping-contributors-guidelines

OREGON COAST MAGAZINE
Northwest Regional Magazines publishes Northwest Travel and Oregon Coast, bimonthly family-oriented magazines, plus two calendars and several travel guides. New and established writers and photographers are invited to submit queries, manuscripts, and slide or digital photographs. High quality photography improves acceptance odds.
Features pay from $100 to $650. Features and departments pay $50 to $250.
http://www.northwestmagazines.com/guidlin.php

PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE
Provides topical, in-depth reports on crucial and controversial issues confronting the region-business trends, political analysis, metropolitan planning, sociological trends, plus critical reviews of the cultural, sports and entertainment scene. Articles range from law enforcement to fashion, voting trends to travel, transportation to theatre, also includes background studies of the area’s newsmakers.
Articles 3,000 to 6,000 words. Columns are 1,000 to 4,000 words.
Sister publications include Philadelphia Home and Philadelphia Wedding.
http://www.phillymag.com/about.html


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