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Aurelia Magazine Is Currently Accepting Pitches (Pay: £50 per accepted piece)

Aurelia Magazine champions the incredibly important and powerful form of personal writing. Aurelia Magazine is dedicated to uplifting the personal thoughts, feelings and experiences of marginalized genders, while nurturing a community that is welcoming, full of hope and encourages you to feel and express your feelings. They are known to publish the work of marginalized...

Random Photo Journal/ How To Submit (Pay: ₦150,000)

Random Photo Journal is a Nigerian media platform founded by Arinzechukwu Patrick in 2017. They are inviting storytellers to submit captivating fiction pieces for potential publication. With a focus on studying the social ecology of neighborhoods and living conditions in West Africa and beyond, they aim to enhance visual communication through film making, photography, and...

Smart Mouth Podcast Is Accepting Pitches/ How To Submit (Pay: $1/ word)

Smart Mouth Podcast, a newsletter curated by food writer Katherine Spiers, offers freelance writers an avenue to contribute compelling content on a variety of food-related topics. With a focus on delivering insightful narratives and engaging discussions, they aim to provide readers with a blend of historical explorations, progressive food politics, and light-hearted content. Are you...

The Silvers Grants for Work in Progress 2024/ How to Apply ($10,000 + More)

The Silvers Grants for Work in Progress, 2024, provides Anglophone writers the opportunity to secure funding of up to $10,000 for long-form writing endeavors in literary criticism, arts writing, political analysis, or social reportage. This initiative aims to support writers in advancing their projects while fostering critical discourse and societal engagement. In the following sections,...

Atlanta Magazine is Currently Accepting Pitches/ How to Apply (Payment: $1.00 per word)

Since 1961, Atlanta magazine, the city’s premier general interest publication, has served as the authority on Atlanta, providing its readers with a mix of long-form nonfiction, lively lifestyle coverage, in-depth service journalism, and literary essays, columns, and profiles.Their goal is to reflect the city and demystify the cultural, political, and economic capital of the South—and...