“Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. ”  --Les Brown
This is an eclectic collection of magazines who need writers. Scroll all the way to the bottom to find out about literary magazines.

Writer Advice’s 10th Flash Prose Contest
Pays $200 for the winning submission. Details on our home page.

Children’s Writer Newsletter
Monthly newsletter publishing material relevant and related to children. They pay $300 for features and articles and $200 for columns.

Writer’s Digest
For query submissions, please e-mail: wdsubmissions@fwmedia.com

Deals with advice and real-life experiences. They pay .30-.50 per word on acceptance.


Science fiction and fact magazine. No editorial guidelines requirements for writers. They do not want to inhibit your creativity.
They are open to new writers. For stories that have at least 7,500-10,000 words the pay is $450-$600. For longer material the pay is 5-6 cents a word.

I Love Cats

Magazine on cinema and Hollywood films. Both old and new. They pay for articles, book, movie, and other reviews. They pay is $10-100.


Magazine on cinema and Hollywood films. Both old and new. They pay for articles, book, movie, and other reviews. They pay is $10-100.

Early American Life

Deals with the history, antiques, architecture, decorating, travel, and more of American culture and society. They pay $500 for a first feature for a new writer.

Bead & Button
Pays $300-$400 for articles up to 1,200 words. Pays up to $300 for projects.

Whole Living
Pays $1 to $1.25/word. Pays on acceptance. Articles 1,500 to 3,000 words. Departments up to 1,500 words. Buys all rights. Query first by contacting them regarding an article in Whole Living/Body+Soul magazine, by e-mail mail@wholeliving.com

Discovery Girls

Look for Contribute to the Magazine at the bottom of the page.

Feature articles for girls ages 8-12 dealing with real-life situations. Feature articles run 800-1000 words. Quizzes run from 500-750 words. Payment is $75 up to $400 on quizzes, articles, etc. Contact Sarah@DiscoveryGirls.com for submission.

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