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Air Raid Sirens and Bombs: What It’s Like to Be a Freelance Writer in Israel Right Now – by Yocheved Golani

Air Raid Sirens and Bombs: What It’s Like to Be a Freelance Writer in Israel Right Now – by Yocheved Golani

My article about our peaceful and multi-cultural neighborhood vendors, surviving after the Covid lockdown, would never be published because Militant Muslims, with full Israeli citizenship and all its privileges, burned down every shop while rioting in the area I’d written about. They murdered whomever they could, destroyed ancient architecture, and ended normative daily life for everyone in the region...…

Is Writing THE Loneliest Job? – by Joshua Pantalleresco

Is Writing THE Loneliest Job? – by Joshua Pantalleresco

One misconception about the writing business is that we're fighting each other over precious few positions. As a freelancer, I can assure you there is a ton of work out there in a lot of different markets...…

6 Paying Humor Markets for Freelance Writers – by Emma Larkins

6 Paying Humor Markets for Freelance Writers – by Emma Larkins

So, how do you get around the fact that everybody and their grandmother wants to attach themselves to the laugh-powered gravy train, regardless of actual skill or quality of sense of humor? Instead of focusing on "just" writing humor, the wise freelancer should find ways to integrate material capable of inducing involuntary grins into articles for niches that aren't strictly focused on being funny... …