This list gives you a direct link to editors who are looking for writers to cover a specific story/beat/angle. These opportunities pay more than your average writing project and you’ll end up with a byline on the publication’s website, which is great for building your portfolio! Here’s a look at the calls we rounded up this week…
Bryce is looking to bring on 1-2 more regular commerce writers at Today’s Parent. Writers must have shopping content experience and ideally have the capacity to create 1-2 robust pieces per week. Send samples to firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for stories on rural America, reported and opinion, covering many topics but two in particular this spring: libraries and transportation. Pitches can be sent to email@example.com
$200 for Opinion Pieces at Barn Raising
Interested in the above opportunity but reporting isn’t for you? They’re also accepting opinion pieces on the same topics. Pitches can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
$150 to $300 at Youth PAC
Under 25? New writer? Amaris would love to hear from you (but will accept pitches from others, too). She’s looking for stories on identity, wellness, education, equity, and advocacy for a youth publication. Pitch here.
$100 at Open Secrets Magazine
Would you like to write a personal essay on a topic that’s usually kept “secret?” This publication has opened up its first call for pitches and is paying $100 per essay. Details here.
$300 at Going
Katie is looking for pitches for a new food newsletter that Going is releasing. The piece will be around 800 words and pay starts at $300. She wants stories that deeply connect a food to a place and its people, history, culture, and traditions. Pitch here.
$200 to $300 at Current Affairs
Current Affairs greatly values sincerity, compassion, and conviction. They ask contributors to write about issues they genuinely care about and highly recommend that you look through the latest issue to get a feel for the magazine’s unique style before you make a submission. $200 for digital and $300 for print submissions. Pitch here.
$150+ at StyleCaster
StyleCaster is accepting pitches for SEO-driven evergreen lifestyle stories (dating, relationships, travel, beauty, fashion, LGBTQ+ culture, entertainment). They’re interested in unique angles that’ll cut through the noise. Pitch to Jonathan at email@example.com.
These 100% remote freelance positions include platforms that are opening up applications for new writers and companies seeking a writer that they can work with in the long term. Here’s a look at the latest opportunities.
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