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Are you confused about where to find legitimate publishers that are always on the lookout for fresh content for their magazines? Well, you should check out FundsforWriters for the latest updates on who’s hiring freelancers and journalists to write dynamic stories for magazine publishers. As of March 12, 2021, the following publishers are searching for talented freelancers and journalists that can write articles for their magazines. If you’re interested, check out the list below. I’ve provided the links for each magazine publisher where you can learn more about their job opportunities for writers. All of the magazine publishers you see below, pays $300 or more for all accepted stories that they intend to publish through their magazines. Additionally, I encourage you to subscribe to weekly issues of brought to you by Hope Clark, Editor and creator of the popular website for serious writers that want to advance their careers.

The Emrys Foundation is seeking a talented, dynamic and experienced editor for Emrys Journal. This is a part-time, independent contractor position that pays $4,000 per year. The primary responsibilities are reading and selecting submissions for both the print journal and Emrys Journal Online. The editor directs the editorial, design, and production phases of Emrys Journal, working collaboratively with authors of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction, as well as artists, designers, and printers, to meet deadlines and maintain the high standards for which the journal is known. The editor also promotes the journal on social media, nominates work for awards such as the Pushcart Prize, and works with the Emrys Foundation board to plan the annual journal launch party. The editor will be based in the Upstate, South Carolina, area, but will mostly work remotely using Submittable, Medium and Zoom.

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Required skills and qualifications:
• Avid reader of contemporary poetry and prose. Familiarity with current literary journals,
magazines, and web sites.
• Passion for uplifting emerging and underrepresented writers.
• Strong communication and organizational skills.
• Self-motivated and able to work independently.
• Familiar with Microsoft Word.
• Previous publication, editing, and/or workshop experience. MFA is a plus.
Interested parties should send cover letter, CV and portfolio links to — please put “Journal Editor” in the subject line.

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Deadline March 14, 2021. Word length is most likely to be successful at 2,000-4,000 words, but we will still read stories slightly outside this range. We’re seeking up to 20 new stories to join our powerful collection of Chilling Crime Short Stories, new and classic tales reaching back into ancient, medieval, Elizabethan and Victorian fiction. For accepted stories we pay Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) rates of eight cents/sixpence per word for original stories, six cents/four pence for reprints.

Deadline March 31, 2021. Payment for short stories is made on publication. For unsolicited work we will be paying €250 per short story published in our new print editions. Payments to contributors outside Ireland can only be made through PayPal. All contributors also receive a complimentary copy of the issue in which they appear. There is an upper limit of 5,000 words for short stories.

Insider covers the people, companies, and ideas changing our world — and we welcome outside voices to help us do that. Freelance writers are professional writers we pay to write assigned articles for us. Insider may assign you a story, or you may pitch your ideas to us. We welcome pitches of personal essays, as-told-tos, diaries, profiles, how-tos, reported features, and more. Pays 20 cents/word and up.

The Ken publishes one story a day. We’re looking for original, analytical and skillfully-narrated pieces-we’re big on granularity, on data, and on extensive reporting. We welcome contributors from journalists, subject matter experts, and anyone who has a good story to tell. We have over 15,000 paying subscribers—many of whom are CXOs, industry leaders/decision makers at major corporations, students and faculty at elite B-schools around the world. These are the sort of dedicated readers your story will reach. In terms of subject matter, we’ve been sharply focused on select sectors-technology (spanning fintech, Big Tech, SaaS, and telecom), startups (EVs, food tech, etc.), science, healthcare, retail, and education across India and Southeast Asia. And how policy shapes these sectors. Our preferred story length is 1,500-2,200 words. Expect ten cents/word. (Thanks to )

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If you are an expert at anything to do with: Creating awesome websites, driving traffic, social media or making money online, we would love you to write for us. We are currently looking for an expert in search engine optimization to write an indepth blog post about keyword research using tools such as Ahrefs or Semrush. Contact us with a quote (Please include examples of previous writing on SEO – our Budget: $200–$500). Want to be notified every time we have paid writing jobs? Then enter your email on the website. (Thanks to )

SmartBusinessTrends is a growing and active blog focused on sharing the latest trends in online marketing, including email marketing, WordPress, and Amazon FBA. We are always on the lookout for writers who can produce quality articles and tutorials for publishing that provide amazing value to our readers. We pay between $200–$500 for awesome, well-researched tutorials, case studies, and product reviews.

Please submit up to four poems (up to ten pages total) for consideration. All poets will be compensated for published poems. For text poems, we pay $10/line with a minimum honorarium of $300 per poem. For visual poems, audio poems, and video poems, we pay $300 per poem. If a piece is published in multiple formats, such as print and video, we pay for each format.


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