90% freelance. “A Fine Parent is an online community for parents who believe that Great Parents are Made, Not Born. Each week on the blog we publish one in-depth article on supporting parents to embrace Positive Parenting and stay on board no matter what life throws at them.” Welcomes new writers who follow the writer guidelines. Circ. 5.8 million online visitors in 2019. Weekly. Pays on acceptance. Publishes ms within 1-6 months of acceptance. Buys all rights. No reprints. Submit complete ms by email. Sample articles available online. Subscriptions are free.
“WorthPoint is a data subscription service specializing in the antiques and collectibles trade. Our site contains a price guide with over 520 million items and images (realized values) from both auction houses and online marketplaces. We also offer subscribers a catalog of makers marks and a digital library with over 1,000 books. We recruit writers on an ongoing basis for our blog, newsletters, and research (dictionary) pages. Good research skills and an engaging writing style are essential. Writers are paid monthly.” Circ. 19K. Weekly in print and daily online. Pays within 30 days of invoice. Publishes ms within 7-10 days of acceptance. Buys all rights. No reprints. Responds within two business days.
“Good Old Days magazine is a nostalgia periodical that relates true first-person stories of people who lived and grew up in the time frame of about 1935-1960; no fictional stories are published. Seasonal and non-seasonal stories are included with each issue. The tone is informal and conversational; most of our contributors are not professionals. Regular features include a cooking column with recipes, a home remedies column, a photo feature in which contributors send in reminiscent photos with brief stories/captions, a Hollywood film column featuring actors and actresses, and a Bits & Pieces column featuring shorter stories of 100 to 300 words. We also publish an occasional biography, as well as historical stories on memorable events, fads, antiques, fashion, sports, music, literature, entertainment, etc.” 85% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 180K. Bimonthly. Pays on acceptance. Publishes ms four months after acceptance. Buys one-time, first, or all rights. No reprints. Responds within six months. Sample copy available for $2 by mail with SASE. Subscription $17.95, $25.95 outside the U.S.