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How I Went from $50 Blog Posts to $500 Articles

By Susan Sundwall You’ve heard of the house that Jack built, right? In this familiar children’s rhyme, the story builds character by character until we have a complete list of the occupants of that house. This building, layer by layer, is a bit like what happened with an assignment I landed with the Children’s Writer’s…

101 Publishers that Pay for Travel Writing

Travel writing is always an appealing prospect; the ability to see the sights, share your story, and get paid for the process is undeniably alluring. Of course, reading travel writing is also a popular endeavor. Most major newspapers have dedicated travel sections. There are nearly endless magazines, blogs, and websites that publish travel writing. While this…

How Everytown, USA Became My Travel Writing Goldmine

By Theresa St. John I decided that I wanted to be a journalist/travel writer in 2013. Of course, like many others starting out, I had big dreams and bright, shining stars in my eyes. I thought I’d be traveling to exotic countries, hosted at five-star hotels, spoiled rotten, all on someone else’s dime. And, those…

35 Grants and Fellowships for Writers ($700,000+ In Awards)

These are grants, residencies and fellowships for writers, poets, playwrights and translators. The awards are for a variety of demographics, and for writers at various stages in their careers. Some of them are residencies at beautiful or vibrant locations, or both, and are meant to buy writers the space and time to write, free from…

Roads & Kingdom: $1,000 for Narrative Travel Writing

Roads & Kingdoms uses “talented local journalists, deep storytelling, and the good things in life—food, music, booze—to inform and inspire about destinations around the globe.” According to their website: The late Anthony Bourdain was our first and only investor, our spirit animal, our guide to so many things. They accept pitches directly from freelance writers….

9 Magazines that Pay Writers ($150 to $1,000+)

The following is a list of 9 magazines that accept pitches directly from freelance writers. All of these publications pay their writers. Some of them specify pay rates on their website. Keep in mind that you’ll need to send a quality pitch, get the pitch accepted, negotiate payment, and follow the article through to publication…

10 Calls for Submission

These markets publish fiction, and a few also publish non-fiction and poetry. They pay $50, and a few pay more. — S. Kalekar Apparition Lit: Diversion This magazine wants speculative fiction and poetry on the theme of Diversion, and will have a short reading period in August. They are also currently looking for cover art…

 

Case Studies

How Everytown, USA Became My Travel Writing Goldmine

By Theresa St. John I decided that I wanted to be a journalist/travel writer in 2013. Of course, like many others starting out, I had big dreams and bright, shining stars in my eyes. I thought I’d be traveling to exotic countries, hosted at five-star hotels, spoiled rotten, all on someone else’s dime. And, those…

How I Earn $100 an Hour as a Freelance Writer (Despite Being Plagiarized)

The year was 2012. I was barely three months into my foray into the freelance world, and I was doing okay (or so I thought.) I hadn’t done much research before signing up to take on clients through a job board to bring in a little extra cash. As a stay-at-home mom of two girls,…

How I Earn $60 an Hour as a Freelance Writer

By Megan Headley Three letters leapt out at me when I read the job ad posted on the weekly newsletter of writing opportunities, and it was an acronym I hoped would mean little to other writers perusing the listings: BIM. To me, BIM meant building information modeling, a new type of technology taking over the…

How I Earn $4,000 a Month as a Freelance Writer

The Mongol Derby That Transformed My Freelance Writing Career For more than 20 years, I worked as a newspaper reporter at weekly and then daily newspapers. In 2015, as papers started trimming down their newsrooms, I decided to become a freelance writer and work from home my home in Anderson located in Anderson County, part…

How I Earned $1,800 in Writing Income In One Week

As freelance authors, sometimes we struggle to land new clients, especially if money is tight or new opportunities aren’t panning out as planned. Pitching our writing skills, posting resumes online and reaching out to positions available on the internet can be rewarding, but these submissions can be buried with dozens, hundreds or even thousands of…

How I Earned $5,000 for Travel Writing With SEO

By Elen Turner I’ve been writing in one form or another for several years. My writing career started with a PhD in Interdisciplinary Humanities, and the academic papers that resulted from my research. After leaving academia, I wanted to broaden the type of writing I did (in fact, that was a reason I left academia)….

How I Landed a Gig Writing YouTube Scripts ($200 Each)

By Emma Valentine Landing the first pitch can be difficult. That first e-mail is vital – it sets up who you are, what you’re about, and how capable you are or getting the job done. It sounds obvious, but a well-constructed first e-mail is the only way to put your best foot forward. As a…