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Philippines Free Press

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Dean Alfar announces that Sarge Lacuesta is the new Philippines Free Press' new literary editor and tells us how and what to submit:

The Philippines Free Press has a new literary editor, Sarge Lacuesta, and he's asked me to tell you that he's looking for kick-ass short stories. If you have well-written fiction, send it to him for consideration.

21 Stars Review

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Am not yet sure if they are paying or non-paying so I'm classifying them for the moment as non-paying - Dino.

21 Stars Review publishes new and established writers of poetry and prose, with a focus on new writers.

PINK Magazine

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PINK Writer's Guidelines

The PINK reader is a sophisticated, highly successful female business executive or entrepreneur. PINK avoids telling her what every other magazine already does; we always try not to underestimate her perceptiveness and, most importantly, PINK cannot waste her time. PINK endeavors to be a vital tool to help her find greater financial independence and success in work and more joy in life.

  • Be sure to read the magazine before submitting anything. It is available at major bookstores, including Borders and Barnes & Noble.

UNO Magazine

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UNO Magazine, the classiest men's magazine in the
market today, opens its doors to talented and hip
writers out there. Write about what women want,
practical mechanics, money issues, image and
power, and everything else the UNO man of the 21st
century needs to know.

Our featured sections:
What Women Want
Image and Power
Practical Mechanics
Interviews with famous people
...and everything else under the sun

Submit your sample articles to Articles should be

Personal Essays Wanted

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Looking for 500-word (approximately) personal essays that will appeal to a target audience of 25- to 50-year-old affluent women. Pay: $300. Contact: homestyle.ed at mac dot com.

For full details go to:

Likhaan: The Journal of Contemporary Philippine Literature

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Butch Dalisay announces a new literary journal to be produced by the UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW). Dalisay will be the editor of the inaugural issue. I'm quoting the submission guidelines from his Penman column/blog entry:


Strange Horizons

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Strange Horizons ( is a weekly web-based magazine of and about speculative fiction. The term "speculative fiction" refers to what is more commonly known as "sci-fi," but which properly embraces science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, slipstream, and a host of sub-genres.

Knucklebones Magazine

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Knucklebones magazine
N7450 Aanstad Road
P.O. Box 5000
Iola, WI 54945-5000
phone: 800-331-0038
fax: 715-445-4053
Subscription questions:
Editorial questions:

Publisher: Joe Jones
Consulting Publisher: Greg Loescher
Editor: Sarah Gloystein Peterson
Art Director: Josh Buschkopf
Senior Contributor: Bruce Whitehill
Advertising: Pat Lacke
Marketing Director: Brandan DuChateau
Production: Jean Barth, Cindy Boutwell
Subscriptions: Goldie Mortenson

Mood Indico

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Mood Indico targets South Asian Americans who directly or indirectly trace their lineage to the countries in South Asia that include India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives and Burma.

We pay well for any feature or picture that we accept and publish. The pay ranges from $50 to $1,000 based upon the length and work needed for the feature. Please visit ... for writer’s guideline.

Sunil Sharma
Mood Indico
2537 Banshire Drive
Herndon, VA 20171
editor at moodindico dot com

Extreme Lives Magazine

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We are looking for stories on extreme people. By extreme, we mean people who have demonstrated extreme willpower through challenging struggles and adventures. $100 per article.

Pmogck at extremelivesmag dot com