Gumshoe Review Open to Submissions
Gumshoe Review is now open to accept short original fiction. What we’re looking for in stories is a complete mystery in 1,000 words or less. We don’t want character studies or mood pieces. We’d like it to lean towards noir but being a mystery — telling a story is actually more important.
The short stories should be no longer than 1,000 words. Pay will be 5 cents per word to a maximum of $50 (so if the story is longer you still only get $50).
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Dream of Things Seeking Creative Nonfiction
Dream of Things is a book publisher and online retailer. They are dedicated to producing high-quality books of creative nonfiction. Dream of Things is currently accepting creative nonfiction stories for anthologies on 15 topics.
Dream of Things pays a 15% royalty on hardback books, a 10% royalty on trade paperback books, and a 20-40% royalty on electronic books (depending on the sales channel). For anthologies, Dream of Things purchases one-time rights. Royalties are paid quarterly. Each author’s share of the royalties is prorated based on word count. (Example: If you contribute a 2,000-word story to a 40,000-word book, you will receive 5% of the royalties for that book.) Authors also receive five free copies upon publication, and a 50% discount on additional copies.
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Freelance Feature Writers Required.
Feature writers are required for a long established business-to-business magazine covering southeast England.
Editorial content is focused on news and intelligence for owners, directors and senior executives of businesses and organisations employing more than 5 people. This is an opportunity for freelance writers / journalists to provide by-lined material for one of the few regional b2b titles that has stayed the course despite three recessions. Subject include any aspect of business. Finance, legal issues, accounting, marketing, HR, exit / acquisitions, investing, pensions, transport, logistics, business motoring, communications, I.T, case studies, company profiles etc. Payment will be based on word-count feature by feature.
Apply via Guardian website: http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/job/985277/feature-writers/