“Raleigh Review is a nonprofit magazine of poetry, short fiction, and art, offering accessible works of experience that are emotionally and intellectually complex. At Raleigh Review we believe that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see the world through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. Our mission is to foster the creation and availability of accessible yet provocative contemporary literature through our biannual magazine as well as through workshops, readings, and other community events. Further Guidance on Submissions: Please note, we do not accept submissions to Raleigh Review via email or US postal service in most cases. They must go through Submittable. See Submission Guidelines for details. We understand these are difficult times. We plan to launch a detailed application every December for those writers who cannot swing the small fee to submit. Besides receiving the necessary approval for a fee free waiver to submit to our general submission category, the only exception to the submissions via Submittable only rule is inmates in correctional institutions may use the mailing address below to send us one submission per reading period via US Post. Follow the general submission guidelines, and please only send the work and your return address in this case. We welcome your submissions to Raleigh Review though we ask that you adhere to our submission guidelines as well as to the policy in the above paragraphs.” Welcomes new writers. Circ. 800 print, and 13K digital. Biannual. Pays on publication. Publishes ms approximately 4 months after acceptance. Buys first rights. No reprints. Response time varies. Sample articles available online. Subscription $50/year. Guidelines online at https://www.raleighreview.org/submit.html.
Pays $15 flat fee.
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Market has been removed because they only accept submissions through SUBMITTABLE.
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“Diabetes Self-Management is a consumer health publication that aims to help people with diabetes control their condition. We cover nutrition, exercise, pharmacology, medical and technological advances, and mental health issues. We do not publish personal experiences, celebrity profiles, or research breakthroughs.” 95% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Guidelines online.
Pays up to $700.
“FreeFall encourages the voices of new, emerging, and established Canadian writers while providing a platform to be proud of for their quality work.” 100% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Buys first rights for 3 months. No reprints. Responds within 3-6 months.
Pays $10 per page for fiction/non-fiction and $25 for poems.” 4000 word maximum.
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“We are an international digital content and communications company that has extensive contacts with experts, consultants, activists, etc. who are interested in getting their name out there and raising their digital profiles — without always having the writing skills to match.” Pays 60 days after acceptance. Buys all rights. No reprints. Responds within 3 days.
Pays: €90 per article (approximately $110 dollars or £80)
THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM WRITERSWEEKLY BECAUSE THEY CHARGE A READING FEE.
Writers, do NOT pay reading fees!!
Kung Fu Tai Chi – THIS PUBLICATION NOTIFIED WRITERSWEEKLY IN AUGUST, 2020 THAT THEY ARE NO LONGER PUBLISHING. Phone: Fax: Website: Guidelines: Editor: Email address: About The Publication: Current Needs: Photos/Art: Hints: Welcomes New Writers: Yes