31 May 2017

21 Magazines That Pay for Travel Writing (Reblog)

Some of my fellow bloggers have a passion to write about their wanderlust.  Reblogging this list provided by Erica Verrillo, publisher of Publishing ... and Other Forms of Insanity.


Idea? đź’ˇ 

  • Perhaps you can turn some of your memorable travel photographs into works of art and resell them as art. It's a thought.





If you are not a travel writer, do not despair.  Here are links to other income earning writing opportunities.  Perhaps there is one for you (and me).




 


15 Magazines That Pay $500 or More

While most literary journals generally offer modest compensation (if any), there are some magazines that pay generous professional rates. Many of these specialize in niche markets, which means they have a loyal readership. If you happen to have expertise or a background that would appeal to their audiences, these magazines will be happy to read your pitch.



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