by Jodee Redmond
Here are your Monday markets for today. I have included an arts and sciences magazine, a magazine that focuses on California’s wildlife (meaning critters, not celebrities behaving badly), and one that focuses on great books.
From the Web Site:
Arts & Sciences is a 16-page, quarterly, four-color magazine. With a circulation of 100,000, the magazine is published for the alumni, students, faculty and friends of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. A&S Online comes out once a month and is delivered via e-mail newsletter to 37,000 people who have signed up to receive it. Oscar publishes new feature articles once each month and is delivered via e-mail newsletter to approximately 1,300 people who have signed up to learn about our academic research endeavors.
The common denominator among all our publications is that they feature interesting people in the Arts & Sciences community doing remarkable work. Our stories tend to focus on alumni, faculty or students of the College. The stories in Arts & Sciences magazine and A&S Online cover a broad spectrum of activity in and beyond the University, while Oscar stories focus on research, scholarship and creativity currently being done by faculty, graduate students and undergrads at U.Va.
Pays $0.50 per word for print; flat fee of $250 for online version. Pays on acceptance. [Read more…]