It’s that time again. Time for a few more links to contributor’s guidelines that I’ve amassed in my recent marketing quest. Posting them here serves two purposes. One, I know where they are if I need them again. And two, it lets me share them with you. Maybe you’ll find something useful.
Disclaimer: Bear in mind that I am sharing these links not endorsing them. While I’ve checked out these sites, always read the complete guidelines before submitting anything AND always do your homework.
Book publisher and online bookseller, Dream of Things is seeking creative nonfiction for anthologies.
Get your giggle on and submit humorous works to Funny Times. They use cartoons and essays, but only if they’re funny.
Honolulu Magazine considers itself the “owner’s manual to the city.” Their guidelines stress they are NOT a travel magazine. Instead, freelancers are welcome to pitch personality profiles, history, sports, politics and lifestyle articles related to Hawaii.
Romance writers pay attention. Avon Impulse Romance accepts full UNAGENTED manuscript submissions for their ebook line. The pulse imprint covers multiple genres including steampunk, vampire, and magical.
Step-by-step instructions for crafting with paper are the mainstay of Paper Creations magazine. Submissions for the summer issue are due by December 1, 2011.
Infobase Publishing accepts book proposals for its curriculum-based products. Their imprints cover a variety of educational topics for a wide range of age groups.
Raven Tree Press is part of Delta Publishing. The imprint publishes bilingual picture books (750 words max). Delta also publishes puzzle books for teachers to use in the classroom.
Smart Kidz Media develops interactive media designed to entertain and educate. Most of their products are developed in-house, but they do look at outside proposals.