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.
Yes! Magazine‘s tagline is “Powerful ideas, practical actions.” The stories inside each issue explore solutions to ecological, social, and political problems facing the world today, with a focus on positive change. Be aware, Yes! makes all content published in the magazine available via a creative commons license. The writer’s guidelines contain the details.
If you’re taking a trip this summer, you might want to take notes. Travelers’ Tales publishes anthologies of travel stories. Each anthology has its own theme and deadline, so make note. Humor is highly desired.
Writer’s Digest publishes eight times per year and offers professional writing advice, tips, and inspiration. They prefer to work with established writers, but welcome ideas from new writers, as well. You can view their editorial calendar online for upcoming themes.
The mission of SHINE brightly is to “…bring girls into a dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ…” The content of the magazine is tailored to girls ages 9-14 and includes fiction, and nonfiction. Some of the topics include sports, animals, movies, and fashion. They also publish puzzles, and crafts.
Smithsonian Magazine covers art, history, culture, science, and more. They only accept queries via their online submission form–no mail, or email. To get a feel for what they publish, editors recommend reading samples of the articles and departments featured online at their website Smithsonian.com