Tails in the Mail Markets

We are in day six of our Tales in the Mail Challenge. How are your submissions going? I have one submission so far. I’m hoping to get two more this weekend.

Here are your markets for today. Good Luck.

EXPLORE, AUSTRALIA

http://www.pearsonplaces.com.au/places/magazines_place/explore.aspx

Published quarterly in January, April, July, October. For students in middle primary years 3 to 4; ages 8 to 10. Topical and up-to-date issues are required for this age group. Articles about children of the same age, humorous, animal and adventure stories are of interest. Plays and poetry are also welcome.” Pay: stories and plays $200; poetry $150-$200; non-fiction up to 250 words:

$80-$100, double-page feature: $220.

Guidelines: http://www.pearsonplaces.com.au/places/magazines_place/mag_writers.aspx

Boys Quest, USA

http://funforkidzmagazines.com/boysquest

A magazine created for boys from 6 to 13 years. 6 issues per year.

Includes articles, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that deal with

timeless topics, such as pets, nature, hobbies, science, games,

sports, careers, simple cooking. Pays a minimum of $0.05 per word

for fiction and nonfiction, with additional payment if the piece is

accompanied by photos or art. Pays a minimum of $10 per poem or

puzzle, with variable rates offered for games, carpentry projects,

etc.

Guidelines: http://funforkidzmagazines.com/writers

ALIMENTUM JOURNAL, USA

The literary journal all about food. Seeking fiction, creative

nonfiction, and poetry all around the subject of food. Pay not

specified.

Guidelines: http://www.alimentumjournal.com/submissions/

ANTIOCH REVIEW, USA

http://antiochcollege.org/antioch_review/

Literary magazine. Publishes articles, fiction, poetry and reviews from both emerging as well as established authors. Pays $15 per printed page (about 425 words).

Guidelines: http://antiochcollege.org/antioch_review/guidelines.html

Please remember to research all markets and read the submission guidelines completely before submitting.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Great explanation. I prefer to see clearly Martha

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  2. Interesting clarification. I love make out the print Marcy Lu

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