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10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing

Here are 10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing and they are currently seeking submissions. Now is the time to buckle down and finish those short-stories. Most of these publishers pay via PayPal, so if you’re looking, here are 4 Alternatives to PayPal. If you are in need of links to your work,  feel free to contact me and guest blog right here. 🙂 Here are my 10 leads for you today, so good luck!

10 Popular Places to Publish your writing

10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing

1. Allen & Unwin

Allen & Unwin know how difficult it can be for writers to get their work in front of publishers, which is why we’ve created our innovative and pioneering submissions system – The Friday Pitch.

The Friday Pitch allows for writers of all genres to have their work considered by one of our in-house Submission Editors.

Please select the genre of your work, and follow the links to the appropriate submissions page for more details.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing

2. Fox and Raven (South Africa)

We’re looking for short stories that fall into the speculative fiction genre – this means fantasy, sci-fi, horror, steampunk and related genres. For these short stories, we’re dying to sink our teeth into tales under 13,000 words (and not less that 9,500).

To sum it up: please submit speculative fiction stories of no more than 13,000 words, and no less than 9,500. Bam!

Fox & Raven pays a once-off fee of ZAR1,500 (that’s $150 for any non-South African writers) for each short story we accept.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

3. Hachette Australia

(Australian or New Zealand residents only)

Hachette Australia is one of Australia’s largest publishers and is always looking for the opportunity to publish great stories.
As part of this search, we are pleased to welcome email submissions from fiction and non-fiction writers.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

4. ICAPA WRITIVISM SCRIPT WRITING RESIDENCY 2017

Deadline: March 31, 2017 12

Are you working on a feature or a short film script? Or are you interested in adapting an African story for the big screen?

If you answered yes to at least one question, then this could be your opportunity. Applications are invited for a bilingual (English and French) scriptwriting residency to be held in Senegal in May 2017.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

5. lipmag (Competition)

Entries for the 2017 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction are now OPEN and close 5pm Friday 21st April, 2017.

The Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is a themed fiction competition open to all women, female-identifying and non-binary writers.

The theme of our 2017 competition is ‘Rebirth’, with a focus on women’s stories. We’re looking for creative, insightful fiction up to 2000 words that addresses the theme in any way.

Rachel Funari, the namesake of the competition, was Lip’s founding editor. Tragically, Rachel went missing in 2011 while on holiday in Tasmania. We hold this prize in her honour because she was determined to better the lives and opportunities for young women.

FIRST PLACE

$1500 cash prize
A 12 month online subscription to Books + Publishing
A “mixed bag” book pack courtesy of our sponsors Affirm Press, Scribe Publications, Wakefield Press and UNSWeetened Lit Journal
Publication on our website and in the next print edition of the magazine

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

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6. Pan Macmillan Australia

  1. Prepare the first 100 pages (50 pages for a children’s book) of your manuscript, double spaced, and a synopsis (maximum 300 words) as separate Word or PDF documents, ensuring they are clearly labelled with the title of your manuscript.
  2. You are welcome to submit the first 100 pages and synopsis of multiple manuscripts, but not from the same series. If you have a trilogy, for example, please submit only the first instalment.
  3. Fill out the form below, indicating which genre your manuscript falls into.
  4. Attach your Word documents (synopsis and required pages).
  5. Send on the first Monday of the month between 10am and 4pm AEST. Any manuscript received outside of this period will not be considered.

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7. Penguin

Penguin Random House Australia comprises two adult publishing divisions and a children’s publishing division.

If your manuscript will engage and excite young readers, we’d love to see it. We are open for submissions from February to November.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

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8. Writing Jobs Online

How would you like to write conveniently at home, work at flexible hours, set your own schedule, spend more time with your family and friends, and get a nice big fat paycheck at the end of the month?
Writing-jobs.net and its partners bring you fresh and creative opportunities to get writing jobs online and get paid to boot!
This is a perfect opportunity for freelance writers and just about anybody who can write that just don’t have time for a commute to a dead-end, part-time job. Or, for anyone for wants to sit in their pajamas and work at home!

  • Earn as much $30-$120 per hour
  • up to $50 per article
  •  $500-$1,000 for short Ebooks
  • Get cash from 1,000’s of our daily high-paying writing jobs

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9. You.co.za (South Africa)

The main criterion is that the story is an entertaining, compelling read, and not too high brow or morbid. Stories with an interesting twist always make for fun reading.
Finally: There must be a definite story line; sketches will not do.

Target market: YOU is a family magazine and ideally we’d like our short stories to appeal to both male and female readers (young adults and adults).

Presentation: Only typed manuscripts will be accepted for consideration.

To facilitate our production process please:
• Use double quotation marks by pressing SHIFT and key with double quotation marks.
• Use only one space after full stops, commas, semicolons, question marks, etc.
• Press the ENTER key only once to make a paragraph; do not use indents.

Fee: ZAR 1,25 per word.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

10. Zodiac Review

The Zodiac Review welcomes unpublished stories from a whole panoply of genres, including slice-of-life, psychological, light or dark humor, biting satire, fictionalized memoir, light sci-fi and light fantasy, provided that they include decidedly strong elements of literary fiction.

We are especially eager to publish pieces that include some of the following elements of literary fiction:

Character-driven as much as or more than plot-driven writing
Distinctive or idiosyncratic prose style; creative word usage
Literary devices including metaphor, analogy, allegory, imagery, irony
Subtle, subliminal or multiple meanings and sub-themes
An indeterminate or unresolved ending

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

10 Popular Places to Publish your WritingThat’s some list! I do trust that your submissions will be greatly rewarding. Do keep me posted as I would love to share your success stories on our Guest Blog page.

 

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Blessed Be,

Sancheo

Get Paid to Publish Your Work!

With 2017 off to a start, here are 4 new publishers now looking for your story.  Yes, the best part of it is that you will get paid to publish your work… These publishers are mostly paying via PayPal, so help is here if you need alternative ideas to PayPal. Please also be advised to read the various genres available on each of these sites. I have put the links to the submission style-guides as well as the websites for you. Good luck!

Get Paid to Publish Your Work!

Get Paid to Publish Your Work!

Black Rabbit

Issue No. One is now open for submissions with the deadline being 31 January 2017!

Submit your work to blackrabbit.submissions@gmail.com as an attachment.

Fiction:

In Issue No. One we will be publishing one fiction piece 900 words or fewer. Genre and content guidelines are loose, though our fiction editor is inclined to take work with a literary tone more seriously than work without it. Creativity and experimentation are encouraged in all cases. Publication comes with a $25 payment.

Non-Fiction:

Issue No. One will also include one persuasive or personal essay 250 words or fewer. Engaging, intelligent, and appropriately relaxed tone is encouraged; think of the tone of David Foster Wallace’s nonfiction. Essays should express a point of view, be able to defend it, and exhibit the personality and artistry of their author, all within around one page. Creativity and flexibility are encouraged, though the word limit is hard. Publication comes with a $25 payment.

Audio:

Should Black Rabbit get competent, creative, intriguing submissions in this extremely specific category Issue No. One will feature one non-musical abstract sound clip under or around 90 seconds long. Sound collage, dramatic scenes, monologue, pseudo-music, which is left up to artists to define but should not rely too heavily on the mechanics and conventions of true music as defined by the editors, and indeed any other audio recording within the time guidelines set out above are all welcome. The editors are partial to weird and innovative works. Publication comes with a $25 payment.

Visual Arts:

Issue No. One will feature one work of abstract expressionist painting, drawing, or collage. The term ‘abstract expressionism’ is meant to be interpreted loosely, but taken seriously. Directly representative images should be avoided, or if included should be done so with intention and grace afforded to the constraints of genre noted above. Publication comes with a $25 payment. Submit with a brief (1-3 sentence) statement describing where and when you painted, drew, or collaged this piece, and, if there is a clear inspiration for or theme to it, what that might be.

Artists and authors should feel free, and indeed are encouraged, to make simultaneous submissions, although Black Rabbit asks that you notify our staff immediately if such submissions should be accepted elsewhere.

Artists and authors are encouraged to submit to every open category of submissions that they have work within the guidelines of, though they are limited to one piece in each category.

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Crystal Lake Publishing

CHUD Tribute Anthology

Submissions close January 31st.

With unmatched success since 2012, Crystal Lake Publishing has quickly become one of the world’s leading indie publishers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense books with a Dark Fiction edge.

Crystal Lake Publishing puts integrity, honor, and respect at the forefront of our operations.

Story length: between 3,000 and 10,000 words.

Pay is 3 cents (US) a word paid within a week of publication via PayPal.

Only one submission per author, even after a rejection has been sent out.

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dreaming robot press

Dreaming Robot Press publishes science fiction and fantasy novels for a Young Adult and Middle Grade audience.

Payment: $0.06 per word.

  • We believe stories shape our reality.
  • dreaming robot press believe this is especially important for stories that we are exposed to growing up.
  • We believe novels can be excellent in both their stories and in the effects they have.

In order to ensure that all children can find models to identify with, we’re committed to publishing stories about a diverse range of characters and situations.

Submission Guide | Visit Site

Tales from the Lake

Horror Stories Wanted.

Deadline: 1 February 2017.

What we are looking for: Non-themed short horror stories that arrests readers and leave them haunted for months to come. Stories must be original. Stories must be original. Even after a rejection has been sent out, only one submission per author.  We are not accepting reprints.

Manuscripts should be attached to the email, and be formatted in standard manuscript format. Any stories NOT adhering to the standard manuscript format will be rejected.

Stories should be no longer than 7,000 words. However, we prefer stories that are at or around 4,000 words. Payment is $0.03 USD a word via PayPal.

Visit Site | Submissions guide

 

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Remember, you can be paid to publish! There is no need to pay anybody to publish your work! If you have any queries or quandaries, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Blessed Be,

Sancheo

7 Income Generating Websites!

7 Income Generating Websites!

Are you looking to showcase your work and get some decent cash in? Here are 7 Income Generating Websites that will really pay well for your writing skills. I have included submission links in each of them. If you are unable to use PayPal, please read 4 Alternatives to PayPal, it may just shed some light. I wish you the best of luck!

7 Income Generating Websites
7 Income Generating Websites

7 Income Generating Websites!

1. BirdChannel 

Our website, BirdChannel.com, is one of the largest bird websites out there. While we primarily focus on pet birds (parrots and some passerines), no bird topic is off limits. With hundreds of thousands of visitors every month, BirdChannel.com is the place for people to get the latest bird news, videos and information.

What We’re Looking For
Funny articles, like 5 Birds That Will Take Over The World. 

Thought-Provoking articles, like Therapy Birds: “Emotional Support Animal,” Or Merely A Pet?

Passionate, enthusiastic articles, like A Plea For Parakeets.

Feel good and educational articles, like 5 Lessons My African Grey Taught Me

We want writers that get birds and their people. Maybe you’re the person who refers to birds as “birbs.” Maybe you’re the person who all your friends call the “crazy bird lady/man.” If so, let’s talk.

What else are we looking for? People who care: about the craft of writing, about the subject matter, about our readers’ interests.  Read More.

2. Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan.com is building a network of talented and eager contributors. We want you to participate!

Send us an essay of no more than 800 words about a memorable, crazy, hilarious, or touching college experience. Stories about friends, class, dating, partying, studying, working, interning — anything that happened to you or around you in college is fair game. (Or: Tell us why you didn’t go to college, why college is bullshit, what you’re doing instead… )

If we publish your essay on Cosmopolitan.com, we’ll pay you $100 — and hit you up for future assignments. Submit here.

3. FlashMint

We, at FlashMint, are looking for talented Flash developers to contribute articles to FlashMint Tuts. If you’re skilled with Flash, Flex, ActionScript, Animation, we’ll pay you $150 for your work.
With every Flash tutorial accepted, you will also get a Short Bio for self promotion with a link to your website.

Within the couple of days we will let you know if your post has been accepted. If this is the case, we will contact you for payment details and personal information.

You might want to check Flash Tutorials Overview for more info before submitting tutorials. Read More.

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4. The Introspectionist

The Introspectionist accepts unsolicited article ideas and pitches from freelance writers. Please read our editorial calendar and include the edition and theme for which your article idea would apply.

What We Are Looking For

Every month The Introspectionist chooses a theme and does a deep analysis of that theme. We try to look at a given theme from all angles and examine it in a detail that cannot be met with a single article. Therefore, we are always looking for unique angles on any of our themes. Please read our editorial calendar and if you have an interesting idea to share on any of our themes, do not hesitate to share it with us.

Stylistically, we publish several types of articles.

  • Articles that both tell a story and inform.
  • Persuasive essays, creative non-fiction, and in-depth informational pieces.
  • One piece of short fiction and one poem every month which relate directly to the theme of that issue.
  • We accept shorter submissions for our featured departments.

The departments contain articles from 100 to 500 words and can vary in style from informative to entertaining but must be stimulating and relate to the central theme.

The Introspectionist publishes more intelligent and in-depth articles than your average woman’s magazine. We expect thought-provoking insites, uniquely informative pieces, and above all else, for you to show your work. Every article should have footnotes and links to where the reader can find more information. Reference peer reviewed articles from journals, books, and other high quality material.

Compensation

  • Department piece (from 100 to 500 words), we pay $25.
  • Feature article up to 2000 words, we pay $100.
  • For a feature article up to 5000 words, we pay $200.
  • Short fiction pieces pay $25.
  • Poems pay $25.
  • Each contributor will receive a photograph and short bio in that issue. Read More/Submit

Guest Bloggers and Blog Posts

We look for guest bloggers for a two month series of blog posts, publishing 1 to 3 blog posts per week. Topics can be as broad or as narrow as you want, but must be of specific interest to women and fit into the general overall feel of the The Introspectionist. The guest blogger positions are paid positions. If you would like to be a guest blogger for The Introspectionist, please submit a brief description of your topic idea, including several specific post ideas, and two blog posts as examples of your writing style. You can submit your ideas to GuestBlogger@TheIntrospectionist.com

5. Knitty

When it comes to winter, nothing could be more Knittylike. We need layers to stay warm, lots of yummy sweaters especially. Cardigans, pullovers, vests…maybe not dickies. But also hats, socks, mittens, gloves, scarves…and what else? What have you created that our readers can’t wait to see? Think traditional shapes knit in an untraditional way, innovative techniques or innovative uses of traditional techniques. Get creative!

Remember that we love new things that have only existed previously in your imagination (remember this and this?)! Be creative! Innovate! We exist to give your work a very visible platform so you can reach thousands and thousands of knitters. So give it your best shot!

To get some ideas about what we love for Winter, take a peek at some of our previous issues.

6. The NewWest

In a time of dynamic change, New West aims to serve as a nexus of dialogue, a bridge between communities that may be distant in geography or occupation, but share common interests and hopes for the region as it inevitably continues to grow. New West is a smart guide to the issues, trends and events that impact the fabric of the region and it stands for forward thinking about the big picture.

The main topics we cover and discuss on New West are broadly: Culture, politics, growth, demographics, energy, environmental issues, new economy (tech, biotech, venture capital, etc.), tourism and travel, lifestyle, outdoors, wildlife, Western literature, film and food.

The majority of our content is provided by our network of editors and writers but we do offer several ways to write with NewWest.Net:

All queries should be sent via email to editor@newwest.net.

  • Your own blog on NewWest.Net: If you’re interested in having a room of your own on NewWest.Net, we’re all ears. Read More

7. Perceptive Travel 

If you are a published print book author or anthology editor who is interested in being a part of this award-winning publication, then welcome! Perceptive Travel is designed to plug a hole, to fill a niche, to serve an unserved need for quality writing aimed at independent travelers.

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As a book author with something to say, you can probably count on one hand the travel magazines you respect. Many of those that offered a place for perceptive writers to really let loose have fallen by the wayside. Independent travelers don’t have a whole lot to choose from on the magazine rack. Read More.

I trust these 7 Income Generating Websites are helpful. If you would like to guest blog at The Write Styles, I would love to hear your pitch and will gladly grant you links to the sites of your choice. If you have any ideas or even questions, please feel free to contact me as I would love to hear from you!

Blessed Be,

Sancheo

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

Earning a living as a writer depends on your you, your tenacity and your determination. It is up to you to decide on your characters and plot developments in such a way that it harnesses the attention of the reader. However, once that is all done, how do you begin earning a living as a writer of these short stories? Here are 7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer that will most certainly help you to live your passion.

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

1. Where To Publish

The key factor of earning from your short stories is to realize that this is now your business. You need to see your writing as a sell-able item. Publishers wish to sell their products, which may include anthologies, books, magazines and various other products. Take a look at these really great high-paying publishers.

Publishers

2. Get Recognized

Another great way of having your work published is to write for websites. You can have an opportunity to showcase your work as a guest blogger and thereby obtain links which you can use as future reference to your published work. You may also consider creating your own write-from-home-business.

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3. Remember The Three R’s

Although there is a lot of doom going around that websites don’t pay. Some do.  Many have much to say about the acceptance levels of articles. Sure, but ensure that your story is relevant, well researched, and grammatically readable. The three very important R’s of writing 🙂 Submit your articles for links, get your work out there and then head off for the well-paying sites.

4. Begin earning a living as a writer!

Now that you have established your links, submit your fresh work to some of these excellent  high paying websites.

Nothing showcases your writing skills better than winning a writing contest! The prize money may really surprise you too!

7 Free Writing Contests

5. Find Constant workflow.

Writing for a living is not the easiest, but it offers you the opportunity to put pen to paper, to share your thoughts and dreams. If you are needing constant workflow, subscribe and receive freelance writing jobs emailed to you.

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6. Be Bold

As many will agree, the freelance writing business has become rather cut-throat. Therefore, use your social media platforms as a means to advocate your abilities and skills. Use every link you have to get your work out there on all the various relative platforms.  You can showcase your skills by answering questions on forums .

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7. Have fun!

First of all, and this step may sound rather wishy-washy, inspired writing is far more meaningful and in addition it gives people a reason to return to your work. Keep writing for the passion of writing.

There are many sites out there that you can visit, Write For A Profit is a very straight-forward site that offers free ebooks, tutorials and videos on how to improve your writing… and much more.

 I trust this article helps you. Please feel free to contact me with any queries or suggestions you may have. I would love to hear from you and will gladly research any subject that may be of value to readers. So do pop me an email or leave your comments below.

Blessed Be!

Sancheo

 

6 Best Password Managers

Has your Facebook status ever been a rant about too many passwords? If so, I wrote this article is especially for you 🙂 In today’s cyber-world who could possibly keep up with all the passwords? When I launched The Write Styles with SiteGround, one of their ‘gurus’ helped me with my password crisis. I did some research and discovered a world of password managers. So here the 6 Best Password Managers that  I trust will help you! I have indicated which are free, which give free trials and which need be paid.

6 Best Password Managers

6 Best Password Managers

6 Best Password Managers

1 Dashlane

Dashlane is prominent due to it’s simple interface that makes it so easy to use. It offers simple security, auto-login, form auto-fill and logging in has never been simple when at an online store.

Never forget another password. Keeping track of all your passwords is startlingly simple with Dashlane’s  free password manager. Organize all your passwords in one secure place. Get your passwords wherever, whenever you need them. Multi-device image
Auto-save passwords, and watch Dashlane type them for you.

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2 KeePass

What makes KeePass really great other than being  the recommended password manager of SiteGround is that they are also FREE. KeePass is an open source free password manager!  How they work is that all your passwords are stored within an encrypted databas that you control, store and maintain on your own system. The only time you need to upload any of your data is purely when you wish to change device.

There are many plug-ins available for KeePass for sharing among third-parties, browsers, devices or platforms. What also makes them really handy is there are KeePass portable apps available too. Lastly KeePass offers an auto-type functionality allowing them to log into sites that many other password managers can’t. KeePass scores a 5 rating on SourceForge. Read More6 Best Password Managers

3 LastPass

LastPass is seen as one of the first successful password managers. They allow you to audit passwords, strengthen passwords and do automatic password changes too if your service has been hacked or somehow compromised.

It also allows you to easily create a LastPass account and import your existing passwords. It’s the best way to install LastPass on Windows. The 64 bit installer includes 32 bit IE installer. 6 Best Password Managers

4 Password Manager Pro

Password Manager Pro is a secure vault for storing and managing shared sensitive information such as passwords, documents and digital identities of enterprises. Trusted by NASA, Walmart and similar big names.

They offer a free trial period, but afterwards you need to pay.

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5 Roboform

RoboForm remembers your passwords so you don’t have to! Just remember your one Master Password and RoboForm remembers the rest- it’s that easy! Our bookmark-style Logins automatically log you in to your favorite websites with one click. Whether it’s on your PC, Mac, phone, tablet, or even USB drive, RoboForm Password Manager gives you secure access to your passwords wherever you go! One license works on all of your devices. You can be confident knowing that our advanced syncing technology always keeps each device up to date.

They are currently offering 50% discount price of $9.95

6 Best Password Managers

6 1Password

1Password melds security and convenience for the most popular operating systems in the world. Users can create strong, unique passwords for all their accounts, log in with a single click, sync over Wi-Fi (no cloud required!), and encrypt all their important information with the one password they need to remember. 1Password offers a free trial for 30 days.

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Those are my 6 Best Password Managers ~ I trust they will bring many smiley Facebook statuses now 🙂 If you have any other rants that I could possibly help with, do leave a comment or email me. I would love to help you!

Blessed Be,

Sancheo

7 Paying Ideas to Showcase your Writing Skills

Earn up to $400 per article in this weeks 7 Paying Ideas to Showcase your Writing Skills! Be sure to check out the Penguin House Roll of Thunder contest!

7 Paying Ideas to Showcase your Writing Skills

#1 Backcountry Magazine

Payoneer Showcase your Writing Skills - The Write Styles
Open your free Payoneer account to receive funds from anywhere at anytime.

Backcountry Magazine welcomes queries and speculative submissions for all editorial departments but will take no responsibility for them.

Send us researched, original ideas with a strong backcountry hook, from current events to prolific characters to unique destinations. We are always looking for Feature ideas, as well as Destination stories for our Route Finding Department.

  • Payment: $0.35 per word.
  • Photographs paid according to placement up to $400. Read More.

#2 Bead&Button

As the complete beading resource, Bead&Button magazine publishes innovative and imaginative projects that challenge and inspire readers to learn, grow and excel. As helpful partners in beading, Bead&Button’s editors fully test projects for clarity and dependability so that readers can master  the skills needed to create beautiful, wearable projects. Read More.


#3 Outdoor Canada

As Canada’s authoritative outdoor magazine, we expect our outdoor writers experts in their fields. All features must provide the latest, most reliable information; they must also be well-researched and original. Most articles run from 1,500 to 2,500 words, while shorter pieces can run from 100 to 700 words.

Payment:  from $100 for short articles to $400 and up for features. Read More.

#4 Parabola

We look for lively, penetrating material unencumbered by jargon or academic argument. We prefer well-researched, objective, and grounded unsentimental pieces in one or more religious or cultural tradition; articles that focus on dreams, visions, or other very personal experiences are unlikely accepted. Direct all articles related toward the theme of an issue.

Poetry, short fiction, and tangents are all accepted.

  • Article payment generally ranges from $150 to $400.
  • The payment for epicycles and book reviews is $75. Read More.

#5 Range Report

National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) publishes The Range Report. Its intent is to offer information that will help shooting range owners, operators and officers manage ranges in a professional, environmentally sound and economical way while providing their shooters with the best experience.

  • Payment: up to $500.
  • Payment for photographs: $50 to $100, depending on size. Read More.
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#6 Roll Of Thunder Publishing Contest

Penguin Young Readers celebrates this momentous publication by launching a début children’s fiction contest to find talented, ethnically diverse authors writing for readers ages 8-14. Submit your manuscript for a book about diversity for ages 8-14 and you could receive a publishing contract from Penguin Random House LLC!

Payment: up to $400 for full-length features. [Expired]

#7 Traditional Bowhunter

Our hunting stories generally emphasize do-it-yourself, unguided hunts except in circumstances in which a guide is legally required.

  • Payment for unsolicited short features ranges from $150 to $250. Payment for assigned columns is $300. Payment for features is $300 to $400. Cover images pay $400.
  • Book reviews pay $75 for 600 to 800 words in length.
  • Short features up to 1500 words are also accepted for online publication on our website. payment is $50 for text and photographs. Read More.

Trusting these 7 Paying Ideas to Showcase your Writing Skills will inspire you to keep on writing. Do contact me if there is anything further I could assist you with. Remember to check out Guest Blog For Us if you have a story you would wish to showcase here at The Write Styles.

Blessed Be,

Sancheo.