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WAHMs, do you love to write?

Would you like to make it your career?

Check out these sites and mailing lists for information about making money with your writing.

To sign up for the WAHM.com writers mailing list, send an email to writers-subscribe@wahm.com

Writers Write

Inklings

Writing for dollars

Writers Exchange at About.com

The Writing Parent

ASK THE AUTHOR

Inscriptions, the weekly e-zine for professional writers
To subscribe, send an e-mail to Inscriptions-subscribe@onelist.com

Momwriters

Writers Digest Tips e-mail to newsletter-request@writersdigest.com with SUBSCRIBE NEWSLETTER in the body of the message,

The Mystic-Ink Zine an e-magazine with an eclectic tone keeping you in touch with the Mystic-Ink Community of Writers.

Novalearn International Women's Writing Guild

Writer's Net
Bills itself as the Internet resource for writers, editors, publishers and agents.

Writers.com

Fiction Writers

Word Museum

Sites that pay for your writing:

About.com mystery book host Cathy Gallagher Write a flash, quick-solve or mini-mystery and make a few bucks Guidelines available here

At the Fence Submission guidelines
Payment is one time $10.00 US currency, paid upon publication.

Intuition Magazine
Submission Guidelines
Payment ranges from $25 for a book review to $1200 for a feature. This is actually a print magazine but it has an online version. You have to submit stuff by snail mail. I included it because it looked promising.

Neighborhoodamerica
Submission Guidelines
This publication focuses on environmental issues and they pay $300 per article!

Parenting Teens
Submission Guidelines
Pays $25 per story, $10 for reprints

Win Magazine
Writer's Guidelines under 'Write for Win' 1,000 to 2,000-word spec articles net $100 if accepted Women's International Net, a magazine about women, by women, for women, from all over the world

Kid's Highway
Okay, so this is print magazine and it's for kids under 17 but it looks interesting. They only make $5 but hey, at least they can see their names in print.

I also found this listing for MSNBC.com on Inscriptions. Can't hurt! Do you love to write about the inner workings of the Mom and Pop story down the street? If so, I am looking for smart, lucid freelance writers for MSNBC.com. Please send me your pitch ideas. Technology related stories preferred. Bonus points awarded for stories with a news peg. I am looking for articles of about 1,000 words. We pay $1/word. Please send email to Robin Sparkman (robin.sparkman@msnbc.com)


Thanks to Kate Clabough for compiling this list for us. Visit her sites: The Story of Alice Mack
and
Bella Online for gifted children


(MOM)




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