Monday, May 14, 2007

Monday Morning Market Listings

Good morning, practicing writers. Below, the results of my latest research!

Gotham Gazette "is seeking pitches from free-lance journalists interested in writing for our award-winning on-line publication on New York City policy and politics." Pays: $250-$500. Check the detailed announcement at


DesiLit Magazine (online) is open for submissions until May 21, 2007. "Submissions be either about South Asia and the diaspora, or be by submitters from South Asia or the diaspora." Paying market. See guidelines for articles, fiction, humor, poetry, reviews, and art here.

========== has recently posted two freelance positions posted over at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Job News. Each pays $20/hour. One calls for a copy editor, and the other seeks a fact checker. Scroll to the first set of listings (All Media, NYC/Tri-State area). The positions were posted on May 9.


Booktrust (London) has a position open for a Young People's Coordinator (Projects and Prizes). "We are looking for a coordinator to work on our prizes and projects, including the high profile Nestlé Children’s Book Prize and the Booktrust Teenage Prize. The successful applicant will have an interest in children’s literature and experience in communications and organising events." This looks like a full-time position, with an application deadline of May 18. See the announcement at the Booktrust Web site.


Publishers Weekly is looking for a full-time Children's Book Review Editor. See the announcement at (free registration required).


The Raven Chronicles
is "closed for submissions until further notice."


body&brain magazine has suspended publication.


Last, but definitely not least: There's a newly updated edition of our directory of paying essay markets available! Check it out today (you can download a free preview with sample listings).

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