EPHEMERA seeks slogans

Ephemera (Oregon, US) seeks slogan writers for buttons, magnets and stickers. Wants satirical slogans about pop culture, politics, job attitudes, women’s & men’s issues, coffee, booze, pot, drugs, religion, food, sexual come-ons & put-downs, etc. Payment: US$50. More details…



We publish feature articles on all aspects of natural
history, conservation and the environment in Ontario:
stories about plants and animals, wildlife research,
parks and wilderness areas, and environmental issues.



RMR is looking for positive, human interest stories that
appeal to an audience of horse people, ranchers, seniors,
and folks who live in the West. Pieces may include
profiles of unusual people or animals, history, humor,
anecdotes, coverage of regional events and new products.
We occasionally excerpt books by regional authors. We
aren’t looking for many “how to” or training articles,
and are not currently looking at any fiction. We sometimes
run cowboy poetry, and we always need clean jokes and
short humorous pieces with a western theme. Written
material pays approximately $30 per 1,000 words.



Trail & Timberline is the quarterly magazine of the
Colorado Mountain Club. The magazine contains news,
announcements, poetry, trip reports, and feature articles.
The mission is:

Unite the energy, interest, and knowledge of the students,
explorers, and lovers of the mountains of Colorado;
collect and disseminate information regarding the Rocky
Mountains on behalf of science, literature, art, and
recreation; stimulate public interest in our mountain area;
encourage the preservation of forests, flowers, fauna, and
natural scenery; and render readily accessible the alpine
attractions of this region.



WaveLength Magazine is devoted to the world of paddling,
published quarterly and distributed to paddlers at retail
outlets, through manufacturers, guides and outfitters,
paddling clubs and other outlets along the west coast of
Canada and the US.



Be aware that there is little chance of acceptance when a
contributor lacks extensive actual experience in the outdoors.
Our readers expect our writers to be knowledgeable,
entertaining teachers who are able to provide useful
information. Emphasis is on Hunting and Fishing in Western
New York. Additional material is used periodically on Western
New York hunting, fishing, camping, shooting, trapping and
environmental topics. Some offbeat material is published
including history and fiction, but such topics require
unusually entertaining or interesting material and strong
writing. Freelance rate is $100 for an exclusive full-length
feature package that includes acceptable photography. Shorts
pay $15 to $100.



Filmfax Magazine is a bi-monthly, nationally distributed
publication. Although the members of the editorial staff are
all media fans, Filmfax is not a fanzine. The entertainment
media we cover includes radio, television, and film, both
live action and animated, produced from the late 1920s up to
and including the mid 1970s. Pays 3 cents/word for an accepted
article. All articles submitted to Filmfax are done so on



Keep up with the hottest new trends and inside information
and bios from the industries top people, to the freshest
new designers. Seeking fashion writers. Pays ten cents/word.



Currently looking for a regular weekly columnist with
an extraordinary ability to connect with singles and
online daters through writing. The freelance position
pays $25 per article.



In addition to providing legislative, health care, human
interest, and Association news, PT Magazine serves as a unique
forum for discussion of professional issues, ideas, and
innovations in the delivery of health care services. Promotes
physical therapy as a vital professional career. Recommended
length of articles: 1,500 to 2,500 words. Pays up to 40 cents/



WildBird pays $300 to $500 for features, more for a story-
photo package. Rates are negotiable. As the largest birding
magazine, we strive to be broad in scope, with stories of
interest for everyone from beginning birders to longtime
birding enthusiasts.



Mississippi Magazine is a bimonthly publication that celebrates
the positive points of our state–from interesting people and
places to homes, gardens, food, history, culture, special events,
and more. All topics that appear in the magazine have a direct
and obvious link to Mississippi.

Southern Scrapbook– Short (100- to 600-word) articles on a
variety of topics.

Culture Center– 800-1,200-word articles on a specific artist or
any aspect of the arts, culture, theater, or music in Mississippi.

Gardening– 800-1,200-word articles on specific planting topics
or profiles of individual gardens.

Home Pages– 400-800-word reviews of new books that directly
relate to Mississippi.

On Being Southern– The last page of each issue is a personal
essay written by someone with a Mississippi connection. These
essays may be humorous, are often nostalgic, may be related
to a specific season, and should always have an upbeat,
positive tone. Full manuscripts must be submitted for
consideration and must be 500-800 words.

Feature articles $250-350
Southern Scrapbook $25-75
On Being Southern $150
Other department articles $150-250
Expenses $35 limit

~ by jwoodall on November 17, 2008.

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