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Paid Publishing Opportunities

$1,800 Short Story Contest

Sapiens Plurum just announced the 2019 Earth Day Short Fiction Contest. The contest offer $1,800 in cash prizes — and is free to enter. The grand prize is $1,000. It is open to writers from around the world, aged 18 or older. Writers are encouraged to write a utopian, positive story, about the world through…

Writing Jobs from WriterAccess

By Rachel Presser One of the first writing-for-hire websites I started working for was WriterAccess, back in 2016. I wasn’t sure what to expect at first and had a couple of teething issues in the first few months, then I started making a significant amount of money on the site–going from $60 to $200 here…

10 Calls for Short Stories: $150 to $450 Per Story

Next Show All These markets pay $150 to about $450 for fiction. Some of them also publish other genres like non-fiction and poetry. – S. Kalekar If you want to have the best chances of getting published in these markets, I highly recommend getting a free copy of Submit, Publish, Repeat. It gives you a…

10 Magazines that Pay Writers $750 Per Article

Next Show All Dear Writers, Here are ten magazines that pay up to $750 for more for the articles they publish. All of these magazines accept pitches directly from writers. Topics include fishing, health, the South, travel, and more. To be successful at landing a gig with these publications, you’ll need to send a good…

$3,000 Short Story Contest from the American Bar Association Journal

The ABA Journal is currently hosting the The Ross Writing Contest for Legal Short Fiction. The contest offers a $3,000 prize for “original works of fiction of no more than 5,000 words that illuminate the role of the law and/or lawyers in modern society.” According to their submission guidelines: “Contest entries will be judged by…

$100 for Personal Essays on Motherhood

Juno is an online community and a digital magazine focused on pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood. They’re on a mission to make pregnancy and motherhood less lonely. According to their website: “If you’re thinking about pregnancy, are about to give birth, just had a baby, or have a complicated relationship with motherhood, you’re in the right…

These Blogs Pay Writers $50+ for Guest Posts

Next Show All Dear Writers, Here’s a list of blogs that pay for guest posts. Included is a wide variety of blogs. All of these blogs pay for guest posts and articles. To get published by the blogs, you’ll need to study the website and send a pitch to the editor. Keep in mind that…

 

Case Studies

This One Trick Helped Me Write and Sell 30 Short Stories

TN Wesley To date, I have sold over 60 short stories to glossy magazines. Advice columns inspired me to write close to half of those stories.  Whenever I am facing writer’s block, I scroll through advice column letters, hunting for inspiration.  For me, there is no better way to jumpstart a short story than to…

How I Went from Less than a Penny Per Word to $500 for 1,000 Words.

By Caleb Kentai Growing, up, writing was always a fun affair. I could whip words into paragraphs at a pretty young age. I could crank up a blistering op-ed in high school, good enough to win me several writing competitions, and the admiration of my friends. In college, I was the go-to writer because I …

How I Went from Earning $40 an An Article to $400

By Shireen Hakim Writing should be fun. If you’re not having fun with a publication or editor, move on. It will pay off. I’m proof of that. I’d been regularly writing for an UK-based online news publication for three years. I had a great rapport with the senior editor. Although he was just paying me…

How I Used Twitter to Earn $1/Word

By Shireen Hakim As a freelance writer, I often learn about gigs by following and pitching editors and publications on Twitter.  However, an arbitrary reply to an Audobon magazine associate editor’s tweet led me to my best-paying gig yet. At first, I started out on Twitter for the same reason the rest of us writers…

How I Transitioned to Freelance Writing With LinkedIn

About two years ago, I got the feeling that I needed a change. I needed to do something that scared me. After nearly 13 years in a corporate job doing employee communications for a large hospital system, I decided to take the leap. I became a freelance writer. I started ramping up my online presence,…

Finding Paid Freelance Writing Work Using LinkedIn ProFinder

Case Study by Rebecca Benison. Background: A digital media professional with 7 of years of full-time writing and social media experience wanted to expand her freelance writing portfolio and earn additional income. She had been working full-time for a marketing agency and occasionally took on freelance assignments as offered through her alma mater – she’d…

How I Became a Regular Columnist for My Local Newspaper

Before I found my gig as a regular freelance contributor for a small local paper, I was working as a high school English teacher who enjoyed some sporadic freelance work on the side. I also maintained a blog all about writing, and I had held one regular, paid (albeit small) role as a contributor on…