“Technoskeptic is a magazine taking a refreshingly critical, even countercultural look at the impact of technology on society.” Welcomes new writers. 90% freelance. Publishes weekly updates online. Pays on invoice after final edit, net 30 days. Period between acceptance and publication varies – “Could be immediately or after a few months. The rights are generally work for hire but (we) could work out individual relationships.” Accepts reprints depending on circumstance. Responds after a couple of weeks. Sample online at https://www.thetechnoskeptic.com. Subscription $5/mo. Pays flat fee starting at $75/article on a gradually increasing scale over time. Most articles are currently 1100-1400 words. Just send a cover email explaining your interest in the topic, with a link to some samples. Snail mail is okay, too, but will dramatically increase the response time.
Quality Nonsense Ltd 27 Mortimer Street London, London W1T 3bL United Kingdom Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.qualitynonsense.com ATTN: Richard Kershaw MS published 1-7 days after acceptance We purchase all rights Freelancers are paid every other Monday following acceptance No Reprints Queries are answered in 1 week or less We’re looking for reliable, talented freelance writers who […]
“Our publication is read by consultants, integrators and contractors who are involved in designing and installing fixed-install commercial audiovisual systems. All submissions must be tailored to this specific segment. We are not interested in ëgeneric’ pieces.” 40% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 27K. Monthly. Pays 30 days after publication. Period between acceptance and publication varies. Buys first rights. No reprints. Responds within one week. Sample copy available online. Subscription free to their trade. Guidelines not available. “If they have something appropriate for our market, they should contact me.” Payments are negotiated based on the writer’s expertise and the type of submission.