Jun 10, 2022
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10 June 2022 Public Edition
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Salon covers “news, politics, entertainment, culture, and technology through investigative reporting, commentary, criticism, and provocative personal essays.” Payment reports suggest that they pay an average of $0.12 per word.
Root Quarterly is “a print-only, subscription-based quarterly journal rooted in Philadelphia, but not limited to Philadelphia-based content.” They are looking for fiction (500 to 2,000 words), personal essays or articles, cultural criticism and think pieces (500 to 3,500 words), long-form profiles of Philadelphia region artists, recommendations on what they might cover in their “recommendation” and “destination” sections, and artwork and photography. They give “very heavy preference to Philadelphia region writers” but are “open in particular when it comes to cultural criticism to a wide array of people.” They typically offer honorariums of $20 to $100 per piece. They pay 10 to 20 cents per word for longer, assigned profiles or articles.
Bright Wall/Dark Room is an online magazine that is dedicated to “exploring the relationship between cinema and the business of being alive.” They publish profiles, interviews, personal essays, cultural criticism, formal analysis, and humor pieces. Their critical essays are generally 1,500 to 3,000 words long. They pay $50 per essay.
The Willowherb Review is open for nature writing, broadly interpreted, from writers of color all over the world – non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. Pay is £100 for poetry and £250 for prose. The deadline is 30 June 2022.
Nightlight is a horror fiction podcast featuring Black writers all over the world (at least one of your birth parents must be Black). Their reading periods this year are February-June, and August-October. They also accept reprints. At the time of writing, they were also looking for story performers.
Deadline: 30 June 2022
Length: Up to 10,000 words
Pay: $75 for stories up to 3,000 words; $200 for stories of over 3,000 words.
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