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The Toast pays for essays. Negotiate your rate as part of the pitching process. The Toast is closing July 1, , and is no longer accepting submissions. Certain content will fold into InStyle. You may have to do some sleuthing to find contact info for an editor.

Just Parents is a UK-based site that focuses on pregnancy and parenting. No longer pays for unsolicited submissions. PsychCentral covers mental health. Pitch stories with a British slant for an international audience.

Download their guidelines as a Word document. Pay is variable, so negotiate to get your desired rate. BookBrowse pays for book reviews! BuzzFeed pays for commentary and reported articles. BuzzFeed is no longer accepting submissions. They prefer to see fully written stories up to 1, words. This market asked to be removed because they were receiving pitches that were not well targeted. Target your pitches so we can keep providing these lists. The Kernel paused weekly publication as of July They also have a sister site —Knittyspin — for knitters who like to use handspun yarn.

Contact the appropriate editor with your idea. The Mix is no longer accepting submissions. Pretty Designs covers fashion and beauty. This community focuses on bringing together people across the industry — from novice script writers to top agents and producers — so high-quality work can be easily discovered. This community is focused on supporting emerging writers. Be on the lookout for their annual anthology, which features the 10 best emerging writers in the country.

Two Drops of ink is a literary blog accepting submissions from writers of almost any genre. The editors also post book reviews and blog posts about writing and the publishing industry. Memoir and Reverse Writing. This is a great platform to build buzz around your writing. Join the community here. This post contains affiliate links. This guide will help your business thrive — not just survive. Congrats to our colleagues that made this list, and thank you to The Write Life staff for your hard work in the blogosphere, and for putting this extensive list together.

Just wanted to give a huge, warm thank-you to everyone who nominated Re: Fiction for this list, and to TWL for curating this great resource. Hop over to our website to share the love! Thanks so much for including us in your Creativity and Craft section. We wish your readers many inspiring reading and writing moments! Delighted to be delivering valuable content to writers—and honored to be included here, among so many outstanding leaders and encouragers in the field.

What an amazing list. I see a lot of sites I visit regularly and some awesome new ones. Looking forward to checking them out. Thank you so much for including Writing Revolt and for another amazing round-up of websites for writers! Lovely to be included among such great resources for writers. Many sites that inspire the Now Novel team here. You guys are terrific for putting this list together each year, and it is just so humbling to be on it.

Thank you, Marisol, for the list. There were a few I was not familiar with and this makes it easier to find other quality sites. Wow, such an honor to be listed here among these awesome websites and resources! Thanks so much for bringing this list together, my friends!! And a huge hug to everyone who nominated the lionhearted blog for this list.

Thank you so much for including the IWSG on your list! Thank you for putting in the time and effort to compile this list. Therefore, I seek only to write for the sake of continuous publication. Would like an agency wishing to see my articles for potential publication; at my age, I seek no type of writing means in order to publish.

Please send me an e-mail that wishes to see my articles. I do not wish either my e-mail or my comments to be published. My total interest is to have my articles reviewed for publication. I started reading your blog now, and I must say it is one of the best blogs or writers. And I agree the older the blog, the better the content. Thank you everyone for creating content that helps people like me dream about becoming a writer some day.

Marisol—Chiming in to thank you, too. So glad you caught wind of this year! I had trouble emailing you two from the contact section of your website.

What a privilege to be alongside such wonderful resources. And what a font of information for all writers! Would have loved to see my PitchTravelWrite. Keep up the good work! I feel so honored to be included in this list. Thank you so much and thank you for all the great content you share for writers here. Thanks so much for the list. Also I especially like the way you put this: What do you picture when you imagine yourself writing?

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