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Writers’ Markets

This is a directory of paying freelance writer's markets. You can browse the writer's markets by category below or search if you're looking for something specific. All markets included in this directory are paying markets. Payment details are included in summaries where possible.

What are you waiting for? Build a better writing career, one market at a time!

This is a directory of paying freelance writer's markets. You can browse the writer's markets by category below or search if you're looking for something specific. All markets included in this directory are paying markets. Payment details are included in summaries where possible.

What are you waiting for? Build a better writing career, one market at a time!

Writers' Market Search Form

Three-lobed Burning Eye

This online magazine focusing on horror and dark fantasy is published twice a year. Every other year they also release a print anthology. They accept short stories of 1000-7000 words and flash fiction of 500-1000 words. Stories of 2000-5000 words are preferred. They pay $100 for short stories or $30 for flash fiction, plus one print annual.

Today's Catholic Teacher

Today's Catholic Teacher publishes four times per year and serves K-8 educators working in Catholic education. The magazine covers developments in curriculum, testing, technology, and more as they affect the classroom, national issues and trends, and suggestions on the teaching of religion and academic subjects. Features run around 1500 words and pay $300 on publication.

Touchstone

Touchstone, "A Journal of Mere Christianity," accepts features, "views," and communiqués that would appeal to a "broad audience of traditional Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox believers." For these contributions, they pay $125 per published page.

Transitions Abroad

TransitionsAbroad.com accepts freelance contractions for its Web magazine. Examples of topics covered include working abroad, teaching English abroad, studying abroad, and cultural immersion travel. They pay on acceptance, and payments range from $50 to $150 for articles in the 1250-2000+ word range.

Trapper's Post

Trapper's Post is a publication about trapping, covering everything from equipment and strategy to fur handling. They accept features up to 2000 words, and will consider longer features to be split into series. They also want shorter articles and tips from 500-700 words. Pay is roughly $.10 per published word with a top payment of $150 per article.

Trapper's World

Trapper's World is a publication "for trappers by trappers." They are looking for feature articles up to 5000 words (including photos). These articles tell the story of a specific trapline adventure. How-to articles up to 2500 words can also be pitched. They pay up to $100 for feature articles.

Triathlete

Triathlete magazine features multi-sport training tips, nutrition articles, gear and apparel guides, athlete profiles, triathlon related travel articles, and news. They don't generally publish first-personal stories. Features run 800-1200 words and news runs 200-500 words. Writers should submit a title and 10-20 word summary with all pieces. Payment is on publication.

True West

The articles in True West Magazine unite Old West history with modern day life. They recommend sending a query first and pay is $0.25 per word. This nonfiction magazine is published monthly.

Tutorial Board

TutorialBoard accepts submissions of tutorials related to Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, and other design software. Tutorials must include downloadable .psd files. Pay is up to $150 per tutorial.

U.S. Catholic Magazine

U.S. Catholic accepts freelance submissions across a wide variety of magazine sections including features, reviews, poetry, and different columns throughout the publication.

More About the Writers' Markets

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