Today I leave Cambridge; tomorrow I move into my new place. It will be a few days before I post again. So here are the Monday Morning Market Listings (a day early). Enjoy! And I'll see you back here later in the week.
Want to pitch Redbook? Read this profile of Senior Editor Cari Wira Dineen before you do, and find out what she's looking for.
Atlanta magazine is looking for unpublished short stories for its May issue. Find detailed submission guidelines from Executive Editor Paige Williams posted at the Poets & Writers Speakeasy. Apparently, "story content needn't be Southern, but the writer should have some sort of connection (native, resident, student, etc.) to Atlanta/Georgia or the greater South." Deadline is coming up fast: February 1. (I'm fairly certain you'll need to register to read the full post/thread, but registration is free. And if you're not already familiar with it, the Speakeasy is a very useful message board/forum for poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers, and/or for anyone considering an MFA program.)
Learning Through History seeks submissions for an upcoming "Civil War" issue. Pays: $35-$75 (buys all rights). Check the guidelines for details.
Poets and fiction writers: Don't forget to check in periodically with Duotrope.com's "Recent Updates" page, where you'll find information about markets just added to the database. (And remember, you can search that database and limit the results to paying markets.)
Northwest.com seeks writer for fishing-related articles. Pays: "$50-$100 per 500-1,000 word page." More details here.
Comedy writers needed "to write quiz questions and factoids for a website that focuses on classic television: Kung Fu, Max Headroom, Gilligan's Island etc... We need one quiz per episode (about 20 - 25 questions and factoids)." Pays: $250 per quiz. More details here.
Human Nature "is seeking freelance reporters for its soon-to-be-launched online edition. Human Nature sorts through today's news, lifestyle trends and business matters to deliver valuable, customized content to America's ethnic minorities." Pays: $50-$100/article. More details here.
Two food writing opportunities. First, Philadelphia City Paper seeks freelance food writers. Pays: "Freelance wages, plus expense compensation where applicable." More details here. And local writers are also sought for a new Nashville magazine. "We're looking for food writers and restaurant reviewers." Pays: $50-$75/article. More details here.
New career development/self-improvement e-zine seeks submissions. Pays: $50/article. More details here.
Sorry I didn't find this one sooner, but hopefully the offer still stands! Portland Magazine (Maine) is looking for freelance feature writers. Pays: "Negotiable." More details here.