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Saturday, June 17, 2006

Markets, Jobs & Publishers

Funds for Writers has posted its June 18 issue. In it, you'll find info to submit to these two magazines (and others):

  • OnEarth Magazine, an award-winning environmental magazine that pays 50 cents/word for up to 3,000 words on politics, nature, wildlife, culture, science, health, the challenges that confront our planet, and solutions.
  • Conscious Choice, a magazine that offers readers a guide to alternatives in health care, nutrition, ecology, the environment, green businesses, spirituality, personal growth, social justice and renewal energy. Typical payments range from $50 to $600, with more consideration given for longer pieces, clean copy, andwriters who supply usable art and have an establishedtrack record with the publication. Kill fees are 50 percent.

Jobs listed:

  • Ghostwriters and Editors. Fiction and nonfiction writers for most genres. Deadline July 23, 2006.
  • Web editor, Charisma Magazine. Individual experienced in print and online journalism needed to regularly update and maintain the editorial content of Charisma magazine’sWeb site. Lake Mary, Fla.
  • Writer-Editor. Full time, 5 years in health care, communications, marketing, ad agency or related experience. Must have a Bachelor of Arts degree in commercial art or design communications, marketing journalism or related communications field. Need experience in desktop publishing and design. Location: Arlington Memorial Hospital. Arlington, Texas.

Blurbs on the following publishers and agents in this issue:

  • DLSIJ Press. Committed to being a women's press in the truest sense: publish all types of women, regardless of political leanings, belief system, genre, sexual orientation, etc. No author fees. Rigorous review process. Professional editing and book design. 45% royalty (net) on ebooks. 11% royalty on paperbacks.Ongoing marketing strategies.
  • Carolina Wren Press. Books include, nonfiction, biography, autobiography, literary nonfiction by and/or about people of color, women, gay/lesbian issues, health and mental health topics in children's
    literature. Unsolicited nonfiction mss. read September 1 to December 1 yearly.
  • Allen & Unwin. Accept unsolicited nonfiction manuscripts on health, history, politics, self-help, auto/biography, business, careers, environment, food, how-to/practical, humor, lifestyle, military history, popular science, indigenous studies and women’s and men’s studies. Extremely broad-ranging list, covering topics that are exclusively Australian through to subjects ofinterest worldwide.
category: markets


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