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Places to Submit & Sell Your Writing II
More Places to Sell Your Writing
Back by popular demand, here are some more places to submit your writing to. I shan't engage in a lot of preamble, but as your self-appointed coach, I am going to say this: Go write a killer query letter or manuscript and sell, sell, sell! Take advantage of Places to Sell Your Writing II.
Without further ado and idiocy, here are the markets.
A Sample of Coast to Coast AM Radio Show
===> After Dark Magazine
Sell Your Writing to Non-Fiction Markets
After Dark seeks articles and essays based on topics covered on the Coast to Coast AM overnight radio program. Subjects include paranormal activities, earth changes, weather patterns, etc. Visit the site, there is a lot of information on it. Pays $ .20 per word if your submission is accepted.
Afterimage is a journal of media arts and cultural criticism. Accepts queries and manuscripts, though queries are encouraged. Pay is $ .05 a word for articles, up to $100 for news, reports and reviews, $150 for essays, and $300 for features. Afterimage publicizes your article, and payment is made after publication.
All About Baby & Child Magazine is a publication owned and operated by moms for moms, grandparents, caregivers. They publish seasonally with updates on timely features such as All About Baby Favorite Picks, Review of Books, Videos, Music and Products, Community Calendar, Arts & Crafts, and Resource Listings. Likes resource sidebars with articles. Pays flat fee of $15 for 700 words.
American Angler is always on the look out for good, useful articles with pictures, that relate exclusively to fly fishing. You can query or send manuscript for a one page short, a short feature, or a feature article. Payment ranges from $200 - $450 as a rule of thumb.
American Falconry will work with unpublished writers and even accept handwritten articles. Your chances of getting published here increase if photos are supplied. Remuneration starts at $50.
American Profile is an 'every person' type of publication, interested in timeless articles with a broad national relevance, ranging from 350 - 1,200 words. Topics include health, gardening, home projects, and finances. This is a professional market with high standards, not for newbies to writing. Pay rate varies, and payment is issued 45 days after acceptance. You get a byline and one sentence bio.
Sell Your Writing to Fiction Markets
Abyss & Apex Magazine of Speculative Fiction looks for fiction and poetry. Short stories from 1,501 to 10,000 words pays a flat $75, while shorts up to 1,500 words pays $ .05 per word. They do quarterly readings, and the next one is in August.
Adbusters is a mag with a lot of pep and a distinct voice. They claim to 'relish all truly political materials'. They accept different formats - video, audio, short flash, and will consider almost anything, including fiction, as long as it flows with their mission to change global perspective on consumer culture. If your story packs an ecological whollap, or lets activists take over the world, this is the place for you. One caution: response time is slow.
Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine does not require querying, you can send a completed manuscript and they will read it. Pretty much every mystery genre is considered, but they prefer stories that are less than 12,000 words. This one has to be done by snail mail, no electronic submissions allowed.
Asimov's Science Fiction has been around a long time and has won tons of awards, Hugo and Nebula. They like 'character oriented' sci-fi, rather than fantasy/sword & sorcery type of stories. Just read their guidelines, which provide a really clear idea of what they will buy. Payment is made upon acceptance, and runs $ .06 a word for beginners who submit work up to 7,500 words, $ .05 per word for stories longer than 12,500 words, and $450 for stories between those lengths. They will buy poetry, which pays $1 per line, and should not exceed 40 lines. Will accept work from unpublished authors.
The Atlanticis another snail mail deal, but a fantastic addition to your portfolio if your story is accepted and printed in their special newstand magazine. Atlantic will consider unsolicited manuscripts (bonus!), and suggest that you read back issues to get a flavour of how and what to write, and keep your prose to between 2,000 and 6,000 words.
AustinMama works primarily but not exclusively, with local Austin writers. According to the guidelines, risky fiction makes Mama feel fine, and she'd like to see it. This publication prefers to work with experienced writers, and buys one-time purchasing and archiving rights. Payment is $35 to $50.
Alfred Hitchcock Discusses Film Content vsTechnique
My apologies to screenwriters everywhere, no new markets for you this time, but you can have a look at a previous list HERE.
To try to make it up to you, I've included a video of Hitchcock discussing cinematography.
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Alfred Hitchcock Movies
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