These magazines accept fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, essays, novel and memoir excerpts, reviews, drama, and, in some cases, artwork. I have included non-paying markets as well, as this is such a small niche. If you like to travel, you are in luck, because lots of magazines want to hear about your trips.
These magazines accept fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, essays, novel and memoir excerpts, reviews, drama, and, in some cases, artwork. I have included non-paying markets as well, as this is such a small niche. If you like to travel, you are in luck, because lots of magazines want to hear about your trips.And, as a bonus, they are perfectly willing to pay to get your insights, print your photos, share your adventures.
It is an honor to be published in one of their literary journals.
When it comes to the short form, nothing is more lucrative than nonfiction.
The whole world is looking for techies, which means if your area of expertise is web development, website design, and/or all those things with confusing initials, you can write about it and make money!
If you are a writer who owns a pet, you can write about the experience.
Usually submitted in advance (check each publication’s preferences), personal essays come in the long form, the short form and...
There are more than two dozen calls for submissions in September.Many magazines explore the history of domestic pets, as well as other topical aspects of pet ownership. Magazines that are geared to families tend to have significant circulations.Many are local, which means they are eager for stories about regional family events and places to go that are family-friendly.Most pet magazines are looking for nonfiction articles.But even if you are a fiction writer, there is room for creative writing.In this age of short attention spans, flash fiction is becoming increasingly popular.Literary magazines which previously only considered short stories of at least 3,000 words are now calling for fiction short enough to be considered "flash." If you have written a shoot-em-out in the O. Coral or invented a new adventure for the Scarlet Pimpernel, here are your go-to paying markets for short historical fiction and Westerns. Even if your focus is on poetry or fiction, you can publish short informative pieces - and get paid quite handsomely.This article lists some great resources for finding paying markets.If you happen to have expertise or a background that would appeal to their audiences, these magazines will be happy to read your pitch. (This list is continually updated.) These twenty noteworthy publications pay in the professional range for poetry.Quite a few accept poetry These magazines represent everything from speculative fiction, to poetry, to gardening. Most of these also accept fiction and creative nonfiction, and many are more than happy to nominate accepted poems for prizes. Like the short story, personal essays are structured, have a theme, and usually involve a moral or message of some kind.