It’s time for another issue of writing markets.I hope you 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.
Commonweal is edited by Catholic laypeople and “welcomes original manuscripts dealing with topical issues of the day on public affairs, religion, literature, and the arts.” They prefer queries sent with an outline.
Phaith magazine launched in September of 2011, and is provided free of charge to 340,000 homes in the Catholic Archdiocese. To learn more about the content they publish, check the full March issue online here.
Sassee looks for unpublished first-person nonfiction, for or about women, with a preferred length of 500-1000 words. The issues are themed, and the upcoming themes, along with their deadlines, are displayed on the home page for the magazine.
Wily Writers Podcast pays 5 cents per word for short, speculative fiction between 1,000 and 4,000 words. This is another market with themes, so be sure to check before submitting. Stories are published in text and audio formats.
One Story accepts literary fiction of 3,000 to 8,000 words. They are closed to submissions from June 1st through August 31st. They pay $250 per accepted story. The magazine has started a sister publication, One Teen Story, that hosts a writing contest for 14-19 year olds. You can see the contest details here.
- Submit, Submit, Submit: Writing Markets February 2012
- Submit, Submit, Submit: Writing Markets January 2012