This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, November 25, 2011 Under: Print Magazine
Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column 
 
The Last Page is a monthly column that aims at humor. Its length runs between 500 and 650 words. Because of the difficulty in judging humor by proposal, we require submission of a completed manuscript. The Web submission form's proposal text box will accommodate a manuscript and cover letter. Payment for the column is $1,000, and there is no kill fee.
 
The article should be amusing and the tone genial - a story rather than a list of jokes or situations. The story usually relates to the writer's own particular experience. For example, what happened after he shaved off his moustache; what it's like to be colorblind (or a hypochondriac); or how an innocent-seeming toy ant farm turned into an unintended lesson in life. A "Last Page" story has a beginning, middle and end, and something happens. The best way to learn what a successful last page piece is, and how it works, is to study several of them.
 
We buy first North American serial rights. In addition, the last page columns are included on the Magazine's Web site, and articles may be reproduced on electronic research databases, microfilm, microfiche and CD-ROM for libraries and educational institutions.
 
All unsolicited contributions are sent on speculation. We will respond to submissions sent using the Web submission form, within three weeks.
 
New contributions are welcome, and we appreciate your interest.
 

In : Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, November 25, 2011 Under: Print Magazine
Smithsonian Magazine's The Last Page Humor Column 
 
The Last Page is a monthly column that aims at humor. Its length runs between 500 and 650 words. Because of the difficulty in judging humor by proposal, we require submission of a completed manuscript. The Web submission form's proposal text box will accommodate a manuscript and cover letter. Payment for the column is $1,000, and there is no kill fee.
 
The article should be amusing and the tone genial - a story rather than a list of jokes or situations. The story usually relates to the writer's own particular experience. For example, what happened after he shaved off his moustache; what it's like to be colorblind (or a hypochondriac); or how an innocent-seeming toy ant farm turned into an unintended lesson in life. A "Last Page" story has a beginning, middle and end, and something happens. The best way to learn what a successful last page piece is, and how it works, is to study several of them.
 
We buy first North American serial rights. In addition, the last page columns are included on the Magazine's Web site, and articles may be reproduced on electronic research databases, microfilm, microfiche and CD-ROM for libraries and educational institutions.
 
All unsolicited contributions are sent on speculation. We will respond to submissions sent using the Web submission form, within three weeks.
 
New contributions are welcome, and we appreciate your interest.
 

In : Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 

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