I would think that not having the correct grammar and punctuation could keep you from getting published as a writer. Come on people do yourself a service and proof read before sending in your article. It then might get published faster. She might not correct it properly. Then where would you be. Out of luck, right? U mus b fun at partyz. As many have already said, great ideas and good writing are two different topics.
Matha had no business putting someone down the way she did. Perhaps she will have a better understanding of what being picked on feels like.
You should show some desency and apologize Matha. Hence, logging off and getting on with writing. You finally figured out the way to promote proper grammar and writing within the US education system! Troll the webs for erroneous comment mistakes and verbally stake your victims to the ground with your superior use of the English language! You are really making a difference in this world.
My children call me a grammar Nazi, and any misused word jerks me right out of that willing suspension of disbelief. That might be what happened. BTW, youse guys—usage ought to be correct in narrative, but the dialogue absolutely cannot be perfect. They sound AS IF manufactured twits. And try not to be so hard on each other. And even ignorance is forgivable. I look forward to hearing from you. Writing is hard work.
As writers we must remember this and command top dollar for the time and effort put into the art of creation on any level, whether it be essay, short story, or novella. Everyone is so triggered. Just smile and wave. She holds no significance in your life. As a proofreader I can agree with the sentiment, but you have to get it right yourself. And the high-handed tone is, yes, too much. Think before you judge. It was a comment for goodness sake. Face it, auto correct..
Please fell free to point out my mistakes it is makes you happy. I was about to have a stroke before I read your reply. Although I do not agree with your views, I could not very well disagree with them either.
My point…There is a correct manner in which to speak to others which is polite and thoughtful, and you will be more than likely to get your point across in a more favorable fashion. We all make mistakes, obviously even you.. Auto incorrect may be the cause of such errors. So next time perhaps you should seriously take into consideration, proof reading your own comments…Just a thought…. You talk a big game for someone simply commenting on a blog post.
If you were in fact such a well educated and highly adorn writer, you would be doing just that, writing. Not belittling someone who was asking a simple question.
So keep to yourself. And with an attitude like that, you never will. The best bet is to check the submission guidelines for the individual journals.
I believe a few of them accept international submissions, and submissions can be made online; you might want to check with individual magazines first, though.
Hello Bamidele, How does writing for magazines and blogs work? Martha, with all due respect, get your head out of your butt. Snobbery is dull, no matter how well-written it is. Dear All, I have read all the comments and I can find one or two typos or other grammatical error in each of the comments, including mine if you look properly. Well, this makes it perfect. This is absolutely how it should be. Either from the teacher, the pupil or the writer or the editor, you may find one or two errors, and it is just fine.
This thread has served me well this evening; a much appreciated distraction from real-world events. We all need acceptance and validation at times and not only for parking. No One is superior than another here. I DO know however, that as writers, we ought to keep topics as positive as we can.
That is- if we wish to contribute, with our works, in a positive way. Be good to you,. Little language should not be a hinderance to your passion. Thank you very much for this great post Bamidele, always a pleasure to read. Thanks for the post. I had no idea about magazines that pay so much. Thanks for this post, Bamidele! Bamidele, how are you? I have a blog but i am still working it. My question is i have a payoneer account but how do i get pay via all the platform of freelance writing on the site you just gave us because most of them pay via paypal account and one cannot withdraw from it in Nigeria.
Looking forward to hearing from you. It is really noteworthy. Here are other magazines that pay more: Hi Bamidele, Thanks for sharing this information. I am amazed that writers get paid with that much amount of money per write up. Can you explain why? Also can you please post articles about from where the Indian writers can get high paying jobs like these? Just about every English-speaking country has its own dialect and nuances, so even English writers sometimes have difficulties writing for countries other than their own.
It truly has nothing to do with who you are or where you are from. The best advice I can give you is to try to make some friends online you can communicate with regularly to learn how native speakers use the language.
Hi I am muhammad ather from Pakistan. But i have some issues: I have skrill,payoneer and payza accounts. I dont have a paypal account becaue it does not support my country. Can i write for these magazines from Pakistan.
I would like you to answer me positively. Thank you for posting this information. This will help many young people in the world to start using their time in a meaningful way.
This can also be useful for people who want to share their experiences through writing in some of the magazines you have highlighted here. I hope, I too can start writing though my English is not so good. Hy, I am kanisa. I love this post. As does The Costco Connection. Hello, I stumbled onto this site and have to say it has truly captured my interest.
I am new to freelance writing and just reading some of the comments above has sparked my writing desires. I love how everyone pulled together for their fellow writers. I know I have. Anyways, to date I have written two novels both self published on line and am working on two other books that are nearing completion.
But that is another story…. My question is if you submit to more than one magazine do you have to let them know that you have duel submissions and what if both want to publish the work?
Check out the guidelines by each. I meant to say hit the submit not it the submit; and sorry for the ignorance not sorry the ignorance. Get Paid to Write Articles: Early American Life History buffs, take heed. Catholic Digest Lifestyle magazine Catholic Digest wants writers with a positive and encouraging voice who write from experience.
VQR VQR is a journal of literature and discussion with a focus on publishing the best writing they can find. One Story One Story is a literary magazine that features one story per issue, and it is mailed to subscribers every 3 — 4 weeks. Glimmer Train Stories Glimmer Train seeks original short stories for this thrice-yearly publication.
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Tell us in the comments below. Her latest book, 10 Takes: Pacific Northwest Writers , was published by Gladeye Press. Business, Career, and Finance B. This site is no longer functioning. Brazen formerly Brazen Careerist will pay if you pre-arrange it with their editor. They run posts about the CEO lifestyle, success stories, interviews, and other reported features of interest to business leaders.
They list a blackhole editorial email address, but I recently tweeted them about how to submit a pitch, and they suggested hitting up the managing editor, Koa Beck. Be prepared to negotiate to get a better rate. Mirasee is currently paying only for posts they commission. Unsolicited posts are unpaid.
Penny Hoarder shares money-saving ideas. Articles must be submitted on spec. They occasionally post requests for articles on specific topics , which might get you closer to that big paycheck. Know the frum life to succeed here, and email ebraverman aish. They do accept reported features and other article types, and pay rates may vary for those. This publication is closed to submissions from December 13, to January 10, Check their guidelines for a list of current needs.
The Toast pays for essays. Negotiate your rate as part of the pitching process. The Toast is closing July 1, , and is no longer accepting submissions. Certain content will fold into InStyle. You may have to do some sleuthing to find contact info for an editor.
Just Parents is a UK-based site that focuses on pregnancy and parenting. No longer pays for unsolicited submissions. PsychCentral covers mental health. Pitch stories with a British slant for an international audience.
Download their guidelines as a Word document. Pay is variable, so negotiate to get your desired rate. BookBrowse pays for book reviews! BuzzFeed pays for commentary and reported articles. BuzzFeed is no longer accepting submissions.
But you can take solace in the fact that writing work exists beyond content mills and low paying gigs. While there are probably tens of thousands of magazines that pay writers, a much smaller number compensate writers really well. Here are 10 magazines that will pay .
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