WritingCareer.com has announced a special, recurring editorial section to help freelance writers pinpoint editors who are paying for articles and are currently searching for outside submissions. The new section, Nonfiction Submissions, compiles new prominent paying writer’s markets.
Many writers, both fledgling and seasoned, face dilemmas in uncovering publications that issue calls for submissions. Generally writers become unclear about what reliable resource to research or which publishers or editors are paying decent rates. Writers run into other situations also: numerous publishers roll out deadline-driven reading periods and do not accept new articles all year. Moreover, certain editors depend upon the loathed “reading fee” – a modest payment of a few dollars to upload content to the editors.
It’s been stated before that self-proclaimed “professional” freelance writers find it difficult to earn a full-time yearly income from what they write; rather, they write for expression, or a side income, and/or as a source of passion for the craft. Likewise, it’s perceived that these same writers dissent in paying a submission fee just to submit their work for consideration.
Creative genius Brian Scott, who oversees the new section, identifies only publishers who are soliciting articles, pay standard or competitive pay rates, and waive a reading fee.
Alongside print magazines that need content, Scott also uncovers print/digital anthologies, one-of-a-kind single themed-issues, web-based publications, independent e-zines, and fully-funded Kickstarter projects – each one of which pays writers for their hard work.
Scott estimates that he saves writers several hours a week in researching new editorial markets, especially ones that pay competitively. Writers who use WritingCareer.com discover they can spend less time on non-billable activities (researching and marketing), and spend more on billable time, which is the writing itself.
In one month WritingCareer.com had delivered in excess of 50 freshly researched markets for prose and poetry writers. The site is updated seven days a week. Writers can also subscribe to the site’s RSS feed or free eNewsletter to receive new updates.
WritingCareer was re-launched in 2013 by its parent site, FreelanceWriting.com. WritingCareer.com lets writers find credible content markets that pay and helps writers keep current with market news and publishing trends.
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Company Name: WritingCareer
Contact Person: Brian Scott, Director
Address:18321 Hwy 17-01
City: Myrtle Beach
Country: United States