WINE X MAGAZINE, USA
Wine, food and an intelligent slice of vice. A lifestyle magazine with wine
and other beverages grafted on to it. With regular features on music, fashion, videos, books, travel and other relevant Gen
X culture, it's specifically designed to create a comfortable forum in which young adülts can learn more about the tasty juice
without the usual intimidation. Prices are negotiated per article. Read the guidelines very carefully before contacting. Guidelines:
Bimonthly magazine providing creative professionals with an insider's perspective on the people, news,
trends and events that influence the advertising and creative production industries.
Feature article writers are financially
compensated based on article length, content and region.
A Cup of Comfort
57 Littlefield St.
Avon, Massachusetts 02322
Email: email@example.com GUIDELINES:
"A Cup of Comfort stories weave powerful life lessons into
vividly told tales. They are nonfiction stories that read like fiction but always ring true. They are real-life tales that
reveal the positive aspects of humanity; that inspire, entertain, and enlighten readers; and that bring tears of compassion
and joy to our eyes, hope to our hearts, and comfort to our souls. Cup of Comfort stories are original, creative, slice-of-life
depictions of the most important and influential experiences and relationships in our lives."
Now seeking submissions
A Cup of Comfort for Fathers - deadline August 1, 2008
A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Special
Needs - deadline August 15, 2008
A Cup of Comfort for Dog Lovers II - deadline December 15, 2008
A Cup of Comfort
for the Grieving Heart - deadline February 1, 2009
PAYS: $500 Grand Prize awarded to one story per volume; $100 (each)
all other stories published in book plus complimentary copy of book on publication.
THE OLD SCHOOLHOUSE MAGAZINE
Areas of particular interest include articles and anecdotes about
vital aspects of homeschooling and family life: living in God's strength, involving fathers, encouraging mothers, joyful parenting,
creative homemaking, improving organization, raising children and getting it all done. We also welcome academically oriented
pieces such as conference information and reports, applications or methods for teaching academic subjects in the homeschool
environment, state and national homeschooling trends, political affairs and international home education news. Research pieces
and professional or technical articles relating to homeschooling and education are especially welcome. Themed issues. Pays
up to $200.
Written for hardworking, educated women. Covers
personal finance, lifestyle and a little politics. Pays up to 75 cents/ word for up to 1,500 words.
FAMILY FUN TRAVEL GUIDELINES
Wants travel articles to inspire readers - motivated, budget-conscious
parents - and help them plan their family vacations and outings. All destinations and activities must include the entire family.
We do not write about places or events that are for adults with babysitting or playgroups for the kids.
words paying $1.25/word. Briefs are noteworthy announcements of family events or attractions. Pays $1.25/word for 100-200
words. Roundups are one to three-page articles profiling five to ten destinations within a theme. 500-1,500 words at
$1.25/word. Roadtrips are two to three-page articles that detail a multiday itinerary. 1,000 to 1,500 words
DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS, USA
Magazine published 10 times per year primarily targeted toward
distributors of candy, tobacco, snacks, general merchandise, health and beauty care products, beverages, foodservice items,
and more. Pays $0.50 per word.
The Weeder's Digest. Gardening publication. Shares the human side: the joy,
humor, frustrations, and heart in fine prose and fine art. Pays up to $200.
Mental Floss Magazine is an intelligent read, but not too intelligent.
We're the sort of intelligent that you hang out with for a while, enjoy our company, laugh a little, smile a lot and then
we part ways. Great times. And you only realize
how much you learned from us after a little while. Like a couple days
later when you're impressing your friends with all these intriguing facts and things you picked up from us, and they ask you
how you know so much, and you think back on that great afternoon you spent with us and you smile. Pays up to 35 cents/word.
DRAFT delivers the stories you won't find anywhere else. Exploring
everything from the little-known pub down the street to selective breweries here and abroad and all other imbiber's interests
- food, travel, sports, technology, entertainment, and leisure - DRAFT combines a fun and quippy style with unparalleled knowledge
to deliver the definitive resource for the beer lover's lifestyle. (Following retrieved from Byline Magazine.)
On Tap (beer-related)
and On Tap Life (not beer-related), 150-400 words. Sports and games and travel - 900 words.
Features cover anything of
interest to guys, such as cars, sports, adventure and profiles of guys with dream jobs.
No beer reviews. Pays up to $1/word.
Query with clips to Jessica Daynor - firstname.lastname@example.org
FAMILY TREE MAGAZINE
Family Tree Magazine is a general-interest consumer magazine
that helps readers discover, preserve and celebrate their family's history. We cover genealogy, ethnic heritage, personal
history, genealogy Web sites and software, scrapbooking, photography and photo preservation, and other ways that families
connect with their past. Query first. Offers 25% kill fee.
first rights. Pays up to $800.
Publication for those with cancer and their caregivers. Providing the latest
cancer updates' research, and education. Pays $1.00 per word.
About motorcycles: travel, motorcycle information, rider safety.
800-1500 words, but query first No 1st person $.20/word. Full guidelines at www.friction-zone.com/west/guidelines.html
PAY: $50 - $600
Examines developments in alternative health care, nutrition,
ecology, the environment, green businesses and sustainable development, urban
planning, spirituality, personal growth,
social justice, progressive politics, and renewable energy, among the many topics we have covered in our many years. The articles
we publish are intended to help our readers build active, balanced, and conscious lives. We prefer thoughtful, well-researched
articles with an informed and upbeat tone. We favor a narrative approach in which "story-telling" is emphasized. We welcome
investigative reports, personal interviews, and essays with a philosophical bent.
In Touch magazine
PAY: $.30 - $.35/word
Strives to inspire, encourage, educate, and change
lives by communicating God's Truth, and connect people to God's work through In Touch Ministries. Effective writing for In
Touch magazine presents biblical truth in a practical and approachable manner. We desire to publish articles with take-away
value-helpful hints, available resources, or principles our readers can integrate into their lives.
Except in rare cases,
articles are written in first or third person.
Writers should not assume reader's familiarity with Christian terminology.
Ever had a Miracle happen to you? We are preparing info on "miracles
that have happened to people" for possible TV show subject and publication. If you or someone you know have an event which
you believe was a miracle and wish for others to learn about it, please provide a written description 2-5 pages. Double spaced.
two page minimum. Please include the story title and all writer contact info on the first page of the submitted story.
Kind of miracle
Compensation: If your story is chosen for publication you will recieve a check for $300.00, and a copy of the
book. Also a possibility to
appear on a TV show to talk about your story. contact
PAY: $35 - $350
A content-driven digital magazine for work-at-home parents.
Our goal is to provide one resource that encompasses the issues (challenges and joys) that work-at-home parents face. We accept
pieces for our department features sections that are up to 3,000 words long.
Photographs are also accepted when part of
the article. Be sure to include a credit line. We also like to see sidebars for the longer articles. See format and delivery
guidelines for detailed instructions.
- Over $500
Alaska Airlines Magazine - Guidelines: Pays on publication. Seeks nonfiction, columns/departments,
Subjects: Travel, lifestyle and business
publication covering the Alaska Airlines route system.
Entrepreneur - Guidelines: Pays on acceptance. Seeks nonfiction, photos/artwork.
Subjects: New business ideas, opportunities,
Flight Journal - Guidelines: Pays on publication. Seeks nonfiction, photos/artwork. Subjects:
Medium $15 to $500
Plane and Pilot - Guidelines: Pays on publication.
Seeks columns/departments, photos/artwork.
Piston engine planes and pilots
Bride & Groom™ Magazine - Guidelines: Pays on publication. Seeks nonfiction, photos/artwork. Subjects:
Weddings, honeymoon, receptions, latest wedding trends. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~