Liaison Creative + Marketing is hiring a Proposal Writer to join our growing Austin-based agency dedicated to our Fortune 50 consulting client. From your central Texas home office, you’ll work with Liaison’s management and account teams, client creative/PR/comms/sales/marketing teams, and client-side stakeholders to write and edit customized B2B business proposals for a range of enterprise consulting ventures, including documents targeted toward other Fortune 500 firms.
Do you have a knack for knowing what others will find interesting and shareable? Can you turn ideas into high-quality prose in a matter of minutes, not hours? Are you able to think strategically and come up with creative prose that highlights a brand’s core values? Do you ever read BuzzFeed headlines and think you could have done better than that? If so, you could make a great Creative Copywriter (who we refer to in our company as a “content hacker”).
Adams Media, an Imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc., is looking for no-nonsense freelance copyeditors and proofreaders. A fast-paced and innovative publisher of pop-culture books, Adams requires exceptionally detail-oriented and motivated self-starters to rid their books of errors. No frills or editorial development. Just people who find and fix the small and important mistakes.
If you love to write compelling marketing copy this is the job for you. Yes, this job entails the job requirements of a traditional copywriter, BUT what sets our needs apart is we are looking for the right person who can understand the “language” of lead nurturing and the proper dialogue to align with a consumer’s life cycle which ultimately turns a lead into a customer and a customer into a product evangelist.
Trusting you’ve had a relaxing Easter weekend and are once again ready to share your writing skills. Here are 8 Freelance Creative Writing Jobs now available. Each opening has the direct links, so you needn’t search any further. Also be sure to check out these 8 TOP SITES PAYING FREELANCE WRITERS.
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Agility Global Health Solutions
The main purpose of the position is to write, proofread and edit original copy for a variety of marketing and communication documents.
Writing of original copy for a variety of marketing collateral, including but not limited to newsletters, mailers, website, social media platforms and media releases.
Proof-reading of marketing and communications copy to ensure accuracy and consistency in line with the corporate identity
Assist Marketing and Communications team with auditing and reworking of existing communications
Investigate and respond to member complaints received on Hello Peter, social media sites and in the media
The focus of this position is to conduct research on various different industries and generate content on behalf of the company to be used on their blogs. The candidate must be able to effectively research and produce good quality content.
We have recurring clients who we need articles written for. You will have anywhere from 10-15 articles to write each month. Our clients vary but include industries such as carpet cleaning, pest control and counseling services.
Work from anywhere. Not just an idea or a tagline, but a revolution. Led by CEO Craig Walker, co-founder of Google Voice, our team is focused on building an entirely new category of business communications that moves with you – from 50,000 ft above to 50 ft below.
Dialpad builds software for better communications at work. It empowers today’s anywhere worker to talk, text, make video calls, and meet online with customers and colleagues on any device. Today, we are the fastest growing communication provider with 35,000+ customers have joined Dialpad’s mission to kill the desk phone. Funded with $53 million by Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, WorkBench, Felicis, and Amasia Capital.
Macallan Communications, a fast-growing digital media start-up company, is seeking a skilled writer to generate news briefs for online news sources that cover a variety of industries and sectors.
We need a reliable writer who can meet daily afternoon deadlines and produce accurate and clear articles quickly. A detail-oriented, self-starter with knowledge of AP Style is ideal.
This is a part-time opportunity with the ability to work from home. The flow of daily assignments will be consistent for the right writer. Write approximately 4-6 news briefs per day of a minimum of 200 words each. Potential to produce longer features based on interviews in the future.
If interested in joining our small but experienced team, please send a cover letter, resume and two or three writing samples.
Any and all things of interest to readers and, especially, writers. Articles, interviews, listacles, reviews, how-to’s, tips, tricks, and advice, and anything else useful, enlightening, and/or entertaining to our readership of writers and readers.
We are looking for experienced freelance educational writers to join our talent pool to work remotely on creating engaging content for our digital courses.
Who we are…
Proversity is a progressive, digital learning pioneer. We partner with corporates, governments, and higher education providers to increase global access to education. Our world-class learning design and digital production teams create bespoke, engaging, and contextualised learning and training experiences.
We will need you to…
Either work from source materials provided to you or conduct your own online research into the topic
Write engaging content that aligns to the brief and desired outcomes
Formative and summative assessments that test the desired outcomes
Write good, clear overviews and summaries to encapsulate the learning
Proofread your own work to ensure highest quality output
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Here are the latest six ways to write and be paid. Each site has a direct link to the application page as well as to the site itself. I have also included one South African site to the mix, as yes, it’s my homeland.
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Six ways to write and be paid from home
1. Church Initiative
Writing for Church Initiative, you’ll equip pastors and church volunteers around the world with biblical, Christ-centered strategies to help hurting people. For instance, your articles will help overburdened pastors implement practical, lay-led care strategies in their churches. And your work will help them understand how to counsel the depressed or encourage those struggling with addiction. Plus, you’ll write articles that encourage volunteers to step out in faith and help single parents in their communities.
You’ll also read and work closely with the helpful insights shared in our interviews with respected pastors, counselors, professors, and others who have expertise in a variety of care ministry topics.
Investopedia is the world’s largest financial education platform, serving over 20 million unique visitors each month. Since 1999, it has been our mission to empower the investing and financial community with the knowledge to make intelligent financial decisions. Since joining IAC in 2014, we have entered an investment period and are rapidly expanding our business while introducing new tools to further cater to our most sophisticated audiences. We are serious about continuing to drive a company culture that is both imaginative and fun, and we’re in the market for great team players who share that mentality. We are energetic, innovative and endlessly curious and are looking for the same in our talent. Visit Site | Application
Do unique seasonal holidays and cultural customs fascinate you? Do you have a knack for knowing what others will find interesting, witty, and shareable? Can you turn ideas into high-quality prose in a matter of minutes, not hours? Are you a scrappy, ambitious self-starter who’s eager to create content that converts?
If so, you could make a great Freelance Copywriter. We have an amazing opportunity for the right type of person to flex a more humorous style while still keeping the copy concise and easy-to-read.
Ranker is a data-driven media company. We are the leading online destination for opinion-based, crowdsourced rankings of everything. The company’s technology is centered on user engagement, turning its lists into the “best possible rankings” via the wisdom of crowds. A Quantcast Top 50 site, Ranker attracts more than 40 million monthly unique visitors, and outperforms almost every other publisher in time-on-site per visit. As a result, Ranker is a treasure-trove of consumer sentiment data with more than 250 million votes gathered to date on over 100,000 unique items, generating a deep and precise interest graph which the company is launching as a B2B tool in 2016 to augment the existing ad-based business.
Ranker will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories, in accordance with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
TorchLight seeks a part-time Technical Writer for a trade association in Washington, DC. This is a remote, contract role working 15-20 hours/week on writing telecom-specific materials such as bylines, web, social, email and blog content.
Write original content and own the editing and publishing of copy on a defined set of topics and audiences
Manage the editorial calendar for messages across the organization
Aggregate content for industry and association activities, trends and accomplishments
WritersHub is a rapidly growing freelance international platform, which has already won recognition on the market. We are currently seeking freelance writers of various expertise. Our goal is to provide clients with quality writing in a timely manner.
In case you are a professional writer and can adapt to various topics and styles of writing easily, feel free to apply.
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Here are 10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing and they are currently seeking submissions. Now is the time to buckle down and finish those short-stories. Most of these publishers pay via PayPal, so if you’re looking, here are 4 Alternatives to PayPal. If you are in need of links to your work, feel free to contact me and guest blog right here. 🙂 Here are my 10 leads for you today, so good luck!
10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing
1. Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin know how difficult it can be for writers to get their work in front of publishers, which is why we’ve created our innovative and pioneering submissions system – The Friday Pitch.
The Friday Pitch allows for writers of all genres to have their work considered by one of our in-house Submission Editors.
Please select the genre of your work, and follow the links to the appropriate submissions page for more details.
We’re looking for short stories that fall into the speculative fiction genre – this means fantasy, sci-fi, horror, steampunk and related genres. For these short stories, we’re dying to sink our teeth into tales under 13,000 words (and not less that 9,500).
To sum it up: please submit speculative fiction stories of no more than 13,000 words, and no less than 9,500. Bam!
Fox & Raven pays a once-off fee of ZAR1,500 (that’s $150 for any non-South African writers) for each short story we accept.
Hachette Australia is one of Australia’s largest publishers and is always looking for the opportunity to publish great stories.
As part of this search, we are pleased to welcome email submissions from fiction and non-fiction writers.
Are you working on a feature or a short film script? Or are you interested in adapting an African story for the big screen?
If you answered yes to at least one question, then this could be your opportunity. Applications are invited for a bilingual (English and French) scriptwriting residency to be held in Senegal in May 2017.
Entries for the 2017 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction are now OPEN and close 5pm Friday 21st April, 2017.
The Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is a themed fiction competition open to all women, female-identifying and non-binary writers.
The theme of our 2017 competition is ‘Rebirth’, with a focus on women’s stories. We’re looking for creative, insightful fiction up to 2000 words that addresses the theme in any way.
Rachel Funari, the namesake of the competition, was Lip’s founding editor. Tragically, Rachel went missing in 2011 while on holiday in Tasmania. We hold this prize in her honour because she was determined to better the lives and opportunities for young women.
$1500 cash prize
A 12 month online subscription to Books + Publishing
A “mixed bag” book pack courtesy of our sponsors Affirm Press, Scribe Publications, Wakefield Press and UNSWeetened Lit Journal
Publication on our website and in the next print edition of the magazine
Prepare the first 100 pages (50 pages for a children’s book) of your manuscript, double spaced, and a synopsis (maximum 300 words) as separate Word or PDF documents, ensuring they are clearly labelled with the title of your manuscript.
You are welcome to submit the first 100 pages and synopsis of multiple manuscripts, but not from the same series. If you have a trilogy, for example, please submit only the first instalment.
Fill out the form below, indicating which genre your manuscript falls into.
Attach your Word documents (synopsis and required pages).
Send on the first Monday of the month between 10am and 4pm AEST. Any manuscript received outside of this period will not be considered.
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The main criterion is that the story is an entertaining, compelling read, and not too high brow or morbid. Stories with an interesting twist always make for fun reading.
Finally: There must be a definite story line; sketches will not do.
Target market: YOU is a family magazine and ideally we’d like our short stories to appeal to both male and female readers (young adults and adults).
Presentation: Only typed manuscripts will be accepted for consideration.
To facilitate our production process please:
• Use double quotation marks by pressing SHIFT and key with double quotation marks.
• Use only one space after full stops, commas, semicolons, question marks, etc.
• Press the ENTER key only once to make a paragraph; do not use indents.
The Zodiac Review welcomes unpublished stories from a whole panoply of genres, including slice-of-life, psychological, light or dark humor, biting satire, fictionalized memoir, light sci-fi and light fantasy, provided that they include decidedly strong elements of literary fiction.
We are especially eager to publish pieces that include some of the following elements of literary fiction:
Character-driven as much as or more than plot-driven writing
Distinctive or idiosyncratic prose style; creative word usage
Literary devices including metaphor, analogy, allegory, imagery, irony
Subtle, subliminal or multiple meanings and sub-themes
An indeterminate or unresolved ending
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We judge on quality of writing and thought or imagination, so we will accept genre fiction. However, it must have literary merit or it must transcend or challenge genre.
Length: Up to 7,200 words, one piece per submission; six pieces per submission for flash fiction (up to 500 words per piece).
Payment: $175-$250; more for commissioned work.
You should keep the length of a poem to two pages. Send up to six poems per submission.
Payment: $75-$100; more for commissioned work.
We publish personal as well as cultural, political and other kinds of essays, and (self-contained) sections of memoirs.
Length: 1,500-5,000 words, one piece per submission.
Submit as many times as you wish but wait until you hear back from us before sending more. No reading fee.
Grand prize winner will receive $250 and three copies of the issue in which their long-form essay appears. An honorable mention may be chosen and will receive a $50 honorarium and three copies of the issue in which their essay appears.
All submissions are suitable for a wide audience (family-friendly).
At Frame.io, we’re powering the future of creative collaboration. Today’s leading video production companies use Frame.io to seamlessly upload media and instantly gather time-stamped feedback from clients and a variety of team members.
We’re on the ground floor of changing the way creatives collaborate, and we are on the hunt for talented individuals to help us achieve our vision.
One Story is seeking literary fiction. Because of our format, we can only accept stories between 3,000 and 8,000 words. They can be any style and on any subject as long as they are good. We are looking for stories that leave readers feeling satisfied and are strong enough to stand alone.
One Story pays $500 and 25 contributors copies for First Serial North American rights. All rights will revert to the author following publication.
RESIST is seeking a part-time Associate Editor, based in the United States, to help manage and run the editorial process for our online media sites.
The Associate Editor will manage our part-time Assistant Editors and coordinate with our Contributing Writers. This position is compensated at $19/hr and will average 15 hours per week. As we become more financially sustainable, we are committed to making this and other salaries at RESIST more competitive. Since we are a virtual organization, the Associate Editor works from home and attends meetings via video-conference calls.
RESIST is building a media and education platform to fight oppression and support radical movements for love, justice, and liberation. Since our launch in November 2016, we’ve been reaching half-a-million readers a month and are currently expanding our number of digital media sites.
We accept manuscripts between September 1st and April 30th for our annual fall and spring issues. Simultaneous submissions are accepted. SIR pays contributors at two rates: $50 (five layout pages or fewer accepted for publication) and $100 (six layout pages or more accepted)
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Have you written a short story, but now needing to send it off? In this list you can find some publishers looking for new writers and some that are for the more prestigious writer, however these are the 13 great places to submit your stories!
13 Great places to submit your stories!
13 Great places to submit your stories!
AGNI publishes poetry, short fiction, and essays. The print magazine appears twice yearly, in spring and fall. The website grows biweekly with postings of new online-only fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, and interviews.
Payment is $20 per page for prose and $40 per page for poetry, with a $300 maximum. Read More.
Barrelhouse is currently open for comics, book reviews and Ask Someone Awesome.
I found their payment system rather different: 🙂
We pay $50 to each contributor to our print issues, as well as two contributor copies. So far, online contributors are paid primarily in karma. All contributors are also promised free beer, if we ever run into you in the flesh. If you don’t believe us about the free beer, ask around a little bit. We are frequently tipsy and imprudently generous.
3 Boulevard Magazine
Boulevard strives to publish only the finest in fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. While we frequently publish writers with previous credits, we are very interested in less experienced or unpublished writers with exceptional promise. If you have practiced your craft and your work is the best it can be, send it to Boulevard.
Crazyhorse welcomes general submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from September 1st through May 31st, with the exception of the month of January, during which we only accept entries for the Crazyhorse Prizes.
We ask that submissions of fiction and nonfiction be somewhere between 2,500 and 8,500 words in length. Exceptional work that falls outside this range has found a home in Crazyhorse in the past, but it is an unusual occurrence. For poetry, please submit a set of 3-5 poems.
Payment for accepted work: $20 per page of layout with a maximum $200 payment.
One Story is seeking literary fiction. Because of our format, we can only accept stories between 3,000 and 8,000 words. They can be any style and on any subject as long as they are good.
$500 and 25 contributors copies for First Serial North American rights. All rights will revert to the author following publication. Read More.
Penguin Random House (South Africa)
Penguin Random House South Africa comprises the imprints Penguin Books South Africa, Struik Kinders, Struik Lifestyle, Struik Nature, Struik Travel & Heritage, Umuzi and Zebra Press.
Penguin Random House South Africa will consider submissions in the following categories:
General and literary fiction
Narrative non-fiction (politics, current affairs, history, military history, sport, true crime, biographies/autobiographies, health and well-being, humour, business and personal finance
Illustrated non-fiction – nature guides and general books pertaining to nature and environment; children’s nature; travel and heritage; cookery, health, gardening, etc.)
If a decision is made to publish a manuscript, Penguin Books South Africa will make you an offer based on what we believe to be the sales potential of the book in our market. If the offer is accepted, a publishing contract (containing details of royalty payments and the rights and obligations of both parties) will be drawn up. Penguin Books South Africa will then put the manuscript into production. Read More.
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6 The Antioch Review
Our audience is made up of educated citizens, often professional people, who are interested in matters beyond their fields of special activity. With few exceptions, our subjects cover most of the range of social science and humanities. Our approach tries to steer a middle course between scholars speaking exclusively to other scholars in their field, and workaday journalists appealing to a broad popular audience; both these approaches have their own journals and audiences.
We try for the interpretive essay on a topic of current importance, drawing on scholarly materials for its substance and appealing to the intellectual and social concerns of our readers. We are also interested in reviving the moribund art of literary journalism.
Payment is upon printed publication at the rate of $20.00 per printed page (about 425 words) plus 2 copies of the issue. Authors may buy additional copies at an authors’ discount off the cover price. Read More.
7 The Atlantic
The Atlantic is always interested in great nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. A general familiarity with what we have published in the past is the best guide to what we’re looking for. All manuscripts should be submitted as a Word document or PDF. Succinct pitches may be submitted in the body of an e-mail. Pitches include:
This is such a funky quarterly! As their name implies, they provide the first line of a story and you complete it (300 to 5000 words) or a critical essay (500 to 800 words).
Winter is due on November, 1 2016 and the first line is:
In the six years I spent tracking David Addley, it never occurred to me that he didn’t exist.
Payment is made on publication:
$25.00 – $50.00 for fiction,
$5.00 – $10.00 for poetry, and
$25.00 for nonfiction.
We also send you a copy of the issue in which your piece appears. You’ll receive your money and issue at the same time. Read More.
10 The Georgia Review
Published quarterly by The University of Georgia since 1947, The Georgia Review features an eclectic blend of essays, fiction, poetry, graphics, and book reviews. Appealing across disciplinary lines, the Review draws its material from a wide range of cultural interests—including, but not limited to, literature, history, philosophy, anthropology, politics, film, music, and the visual arts.
$50 per printed page for prose and
$4 per line for poetry.
11 The New Yorker
Unbeknownst to many, the New Yorker is readily accepting submissions and yes, they do pay a handsome sum for your work too. There are several submissions to which you can pitch your work, namely:
Letters to the editor
Shouts & Murmurs (humorous fiction)
I also found that their career page has an incredible amount of jobs available. May be well worth taking a look 🙂
At present The Threepenny Review is paying $400 per story or article, $200 per poem or Table Talk piece. This payment buys first serial rights in our print and digital editions, and the copyright then reverts to the author immediately upon publication. Read More.
13 Great places to submit your stories!
13 Zoetrope: All-Story
Zoetrope is a staff of two, assisted by a small team of brilliant and generous volunteers, who are collectively dedicated to reading and responding to the 12,000 submissions All-Story receives annually. They consider unsolicited submissions of short stories and one-act plays no longer than 7,000 words.
What I considered absolutely wonderful on their site is their Virtual Studio, a Free Writers’ Workshop sponsored by All-Story and its publisher, Francis Coppola. Read More.
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