5 Seasonal Work from Home Jobs for Spring 2022

Seasonal Work From Home Jobs For Spring 2022

1 – Voxelmaps

Voxelmaps is hiring seasonal recruiting qualifiers/appointment setters to work from home for a user study collection project.

This position will be an hourly position that will approximately extend for another three (3) month duration. This is a temporary role that will not result in a full-time permanent position.

Your primary responsibility will be to help screen participants for their User Testing studies using their phone software system to call user study test subjects from different parts of the world.

This pays $16 hourly and is part-time. Requires 1 to 2 years of recent experience in a call center or as a high volume recruiter.

Go here for more details and to apply.

2 – Reformation

Reformation is hiring a seasonal “customer love” associate (Texas only). This position starts in March and will run through August.

There are both full and part-time positions available. You must be willing and available to take on occasional rotating shifts in the evening, early morning, and/or weekend.

This looks like an entry-level position. Pay rate is not listed on the job description.

Go here for more details and to apply.

3 – Summersalt

Summersalt is hiring remote seasonal happiness coordinators to work 20 to 25 hours a week including weekends and around the holidays.

Your main responsibilities will be to tackle customer challenges and quickly solve problems that may arise before, during or after the purchase, including coordination with our fulfillment center as needed, and to engage with customers across multiple platforms including chat, social media, phone, and email.

You must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and a knack for the social media one-liner and proficiency with multiple social media platforms, Google Suite, and other communication apps.

Rate of pay is not listed on the job description.

Go here for more details and to apply.

4 – Ranger Ready Repellents

Ranger Ready Repellents is looking for a remote, seasonal social media pro. The job description states that you can work from anywhere.https://d89c330550d3833acbd03be92feebf02.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

This position is for five months, from April through August. You’ll be asked to work 15 to 20 hours a week.

Pay rate is listed at $30 to $45 hourly.

This role has a lot of responsibilities. According to the job description, “Your role is to help create great content, engage fans on our social platforms and expand Ranger Ready’s reach with paid social media that is managed in-house.”

Go here for more details and to apply.

5 – Aspira

Aspira is looking for remote Camping Reservation and Licenses Sales Representative located in multiple states for the 2022 season (Delaware, Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Alabama, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania).

I want to point out on this one that the job description states they are only hiring in MA, NH, RI, DE, and PA, but their Careers page has it listed in all the states I’ve mentioned above.

So if you’re interested, I would recommend applying as long as you are in any of the 12 states I’ve listed.

This is part-time. There are no out-bound calling or sales requirements. Aspira pays hourly, paychecks are bi-weekly, direct deposit is available, and W2 provided.

Your primary responsibility will be to assist your customers over the phone and/or chat messaging with their reservation and purchase requests, answer questions, and light trouble shooting with previously placed reservations and purchases.

Training is paid, returning seasonal opportunities are offered, and Aspira supplies you with equipment to do the job.

Go here for more details and to apply with Aspira.

83 Calls For Submissions, Paying Markets

Bethlehem Writers RoundtableGenre: Short stories and poetry. See themesPayment: 20.00 USD for featured authors, or $10.00 USD for stories published on their &More page and $5.00 USD for poems. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

Contrary MagazineGenres: Fiction and poetry. Payment: $20 per author. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

The Wire’s Dream MagazineGenre: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Combined Work from underprivileged individuals. Payment: $5. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

Bleed ErrorGenre: Short stories, flash fiction, and poetry that runs the gamut of everything from absurdist horror to bizarre science-fiction to unsettling dark fantasy. “We love the uncanny.” Payment: 1c per word, and $15 per poem (Canadian dollars.) Deadline: March 1, 2022.

Planet Bizarro Press: Peculiar MonstrositiesGenre: Bizarro. “Stories involving bizarre monsters. They could be bloodthirsty, benevolent, pets, or whatever else you can dream up.” Length: 4000-7000 (firm) words. Payment: £20 plus a digital copy of the anthology. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

The Other Stories (Podcast). Genre: Horror on themes. Payment: 15 GBT. Deadline: March 1, 2022. See themes.

The HungerGenre: Fiction, poetry, nonfiction, hybrid work, art. “The Hunger publishes visceral writing. The theme of “hunger” is not confined only to food, but hungers and thirsts of all kinds: the craving for connection, the human need to be filled or emptied, the devastating desires that define our most alive moments. Hungers can be sexual, romantic, familial, individualistic, spiritual, creative, sorrowful, conflicted, humanistic, and/or existential.” Payment: $10 – $50. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

MermaidensGenre: “All kinds of stories about mermaids.” 7,000 words max. Payment: Royalties. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

The AntihumanistGenre: Fiction, nonfiction, art – all genres. “We seek to publish the most challenging and thought provoking flash fiction and essays. We believe only by confronting the bare bones of reality we understand our place in the world.” Payment: 5 cents/word. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

UpstreetGenre: Fiction and nonfiction pieces 5,000 words or less. Payment: $50 – $250 for short stories or essays. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

Counting Bodies Like SheepGenre: Extreme horror. Length: 3,000 words max. Payment: 3 cents per word + 1 Paperback. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

Teach.WriteGenre: Flash fiction, short stories, poetry, CNF, Write Your Own–writing or poetry inspired by your own writing prompts that you have used successfully in class–up to 2,000 words (prose), 100 lines (poetry). Include 50-250 word prompt and/or explanation of prompt. Payment:  $15 for short stories, creative non-fiction, and essays; $10 for all other categories. Deadline: March 1, 2022.

Thema: To the PondGenre: Fiction, poetry, and art on theme: To the Pond. Payment:  $10-$25 for short fiction and artwork, $10 for poetry. Deadline: March 1, 2022.  Accepts reprints.

ParabolaGenre: Original essays and translations, poetry, reviews. Payment: Not specified. Deadline: March 1, 2022. See themes.

Shredded: A Body Horror AnthologyGenre: Body horror in sports and fitness. Length: Stories should be between 2,000 and 4,500 words. Payment: 3 cents/word contingent on Kickstarter. Deadline: March 1, 2022. (The extended submission period for women and non-binary writers is April 1st – 7th, 2022.)

Speculative CityRestrictions: Open to writers who specifically identify as queer AND BIPOC. Genre: Speculative fiction set in the city.  Payment: $20-$55 according to the category and length of their submission. Deadline: March 1, 2022. 

Cosmic Roots and Eldritch ShoresGenre: Speculative stories. Payment: 8 cents/word for original work. 2 cents/word for reprints. Deadline: March 2, 2022.

Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale MagazineGenre: Fairy tales, and essays on theme of “Weather.” Payment: $100. US dollars only. Essays: $50. Deadline: March 3, 2022.

GutterGenre: Fiction and creative non-fiction. Payment: £25. Deadline: March 3, 2022.

Pedestal MagazineGenre: Poems. Payment: $50 for each poem accepted. Deadline: March 4, 2022.

CanthiusRestrictions: Open to women, trans men, nonbinary, Two-Spirit, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming writers. Genres: Unpublished poetry and prose (both fiction and creative non-fiction – “we welcome experimental works and play excerpts). Please limit prose submissions to 3500 words and poetry submissions to five poems.” Payment: $50 for one page, $75 for two pages, $100 for three, $125 for four pages, and $150 for five pages or more, regardless of genre. Deadline: March 5, 2022.

HavokGenre: Flash fiction on Theme of SYMBIOTES & PARASITES. Payment: $10 via PayPal for each story published in an Anthology. Deadline: March 6, 2022.

Cossmass InfinitiesRestrictions: Open to Black, Asian, Latin, LGBTQ+ and other under-represented authors. Genre: Science fiction and fantasy short stories. Payment: $0.08/word for original fiction. Deadline: March 7, 2022.

The Last Five Minutes of a StormGenre: Short stories. “We are looking for emotional responses to the title and/or the cover – stories that come from the specific place of mind they take you to.” Payment: €150. Deadline: March 7, 2022. 

ScumGenre: Feminist-friendly work of any variety, but as a general rule your piece should be under 2000 words (50 lines for poetry, max. 3 poems) and able to be classified as “fiction”, “culture”, “memoir”, “column”, “poetry”, and/or “review”. Payment: $60 AUD. Deadline: March 7, 2022. Opens to submissions on March 1.

WyngrafGenre: Cozy fantasy from 4,000 to 10,000 words long. Payment: 1 cent/word. Deadline: March 8, 2022. 

Mascara Literary ReviewGenre: Fiction, poetry, nonfiction on theme Resilience. Payment: $200.  Deadline: March 11, 2022.

Scare StreetGenre: Horror stories with a focus on ghosts, the supernatural, paranormal, monsters, and dark tales. Unpublished short stories must be 3,000-7,000 words. Payment: $10 for every 1,000 words prorated, $50 for every 5,000 words prorated. Deadline: March 13, 2022.

Nightmare MagazineRestrictions: BIPOC writers only. Genre: Horror and dark fantasy short stories, flash fiction, poetry, CNF. Payment: 8 cents/word. Deadline: March 13, 2022.

Harper Voyager: Book of Witches anthologyRestrictions: BIPOC writers only. Genre: Fiction on theme: Witches, “more specifically your witch and what it means to you.” Payment: 8 cents/word.  Deadline: March 14, 2022.

Funemployument Press.Genre: Science fiction and fantasy on theme: Work, and Free Time. Length: 1,000-5,000 words. Payment: CAD20. Deadline: March 14, 2022.

Solarpunk MagazineGenre: Solarpunk. Payment: $0.08/word for fiction, $40/poem, and $75/essay.  Deadline: March 14, 2022.

PenumbricGenre: Speculative fiction, poetry, art, animation, and music. Payment: $10. Deadline:  March 15, 2022.

CarouselRestrictions: Open to Canadians only. Genre: Poetry and fiction. Payment: Poetry: $20 per poem — Fiction: $40–$80 per story — Experimental Reviews: $20–$40 per review. Deadline: March 15, 2022. See themes.

The Blue RouteRestrictions: Only the work of current undergraduate writers will be considered.  Genres: Fiction, or creative nonfiction totaling no more than 3000 words. Payment: $25. Deadline: March 15, 2022.

TasavvurGenre: South Asian speculative fiction. Payment: 2.5 cents per word, up to a maximum of 5,000 words. Deadline: March 15, 2022.

Fission is the British Science Fiction Association’s annual anthology of SFF fiction. You don’t need to be a BSFA member to submit. Genre: Science fiction. Length: Up to 5,000 words. Payment: 2 pence per word. Deadline: March 15, 2022.

Human Monsters AnthologyGenre: Horror. Word Limit: 2000-4000 words, no exceptions. Payment: 8 cents/word. Deadline: March 15, 2022.

Eye to the Telescope: Notional EkphrasisGenre: Speculative poetry based on visual art that does not exist. Payment: $0.03/word, up to $25. Deadline: March 15, 2022.

The Other Stories (Podcast). Genre: Horror on themes. Payment: 15 GBT. Deadline: March 15, 2022. See themes.

Tempered Tales MagazineGenre: Horror, fantasy, dark fantasy, mystery, or any combination of mash up welcome. Theme: Medusa. Payment: Short stories are $0.08 (eight cents a word) USD. Drabbles and poems are $50 (fifty dollars) USD. Deadline: March 15, 2022.

Flame Tree Publishing Gothic Fantasy Anthology SeriesGenre: Speculative, fantastic, mythic or folkloric stories “inspired by stories of the first peoples in Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas, the first migration, the first exploration, the discovery of land and landscape without the footprint of humankind. Stories of injustice will sit with memories of hope and wonder, dreamtime tales of creation and joy will highlight the enduring spirit of humanity. They can delve into themes such as colonisation, other worlds, natural ecology and utopianism, they can be challenging and adventurous.” Payment: 8 cents/6 pence per word for original stories, 6 cents/4 pence for reprints. Deadline: March 16, 2022.

Disabled Authors SFF AnthologyGenre: Speculative fiction by disabled writers. Payment: $100 per accepted story and $25 for reprints. Deadline: March 17, 2022.

Black OceanGenre: Full-length poetry manuscripts. Payment: Royalties. Deadline: March 18, 2022.

WesterlyGenre: Short stories, poetry, memoir and creative non-fiction, essays and literary criticism. Payment: Poems: $120 for one poem or $150 for two or more poems; Stories: $180; Articles: $180; Visual art/Intro essay: $120; Reviews: $100; Online Publication: $100. “We expect our contributors to be subscribers of the Magazine. While we will accept submissions from non-subscribers, should your work be accepted for publication in this instance, you will be asked to accept a subscription to the Magazine as part payment for your work.” Deadline: March 18, 2022.

FacesGenre: Nonfiction, activities for children 9 – 14. Payment: Not specified. Deadline: March 21, 2022. Queries onlySee themes.
Translunar Travelers LoungeRestrictions: BIPOC writers only. Genre: Speculative fiction. Payment: $0.03 per word with a minimum of $20. Deadline: March 21, 2022.

Flash Fiction OnlineGenre: Speculative (science fiction, fantasy, slipstream, and horror) and literary fiction. Payment: $80. Deadline: March 21, 2022.

Metaphysical TimesGenre: Pagan and metaphysical topics, including spirituality, religion, divination, witchcraft, and more. Payment: $0.05 USD per word up to 1200 words after editing. Deadline: March 30, 2022.

That Is SO Wrong: An Anthology of Offbeat HorrorGenre: Original and different horror stories – from nastysplattergore to comedy. Length: Up to 7,000 words. Payment: $10. Deadline: March 30, 2022.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: PreteensGenre: True stories and poems. “We’re looking for your uplifting true stories and poems about how you used the power of gratitude to change your own life while you navigated the preteen and teenage years. You’ll help readers through your examples and your personal tips on how to use thankfulness and appreciation.” Payment: $200. Deadline: March 30, 2022.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: TeenagersGenre: True stories and poems. “We’re looking for your uplifting true stories and poems about how you used the power of gratitude to change your own life while you navigated the preteen and teenage years. You’ll help readers through your examples and your personal tips on how to use thankfulness and appreciation.” Payment: $200. Deadline: March 30, 2022.

B Cubed Press: Alternative HolidaysGenre: Stories, essays or poetry about holidays. Payment: 3 cents/word. Deadline: March 30, 2022. Reprints accepted.

B Cubed Press: Madam PresidentGenre: Stories, essays or poetry about leadership. Payment: 3 cents/word. Deadline: March 30, 2022. Reprints accepted.

Glass Poetry PressGenre: Poetry chapbooks. Payment: Royalties. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Reservoir Road Literary ReviewGenre: Literary short stories, lyrical creative non-fiction, photography. Payment: $5. Deadline: March 31, 2022. Note: Submit early in the month. Submission window closes when their cap is reached.
RouletteGenre: Fantasy by Queer folk. Payment: $15 minimum. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Legion of Dorks Presents: Abandoned – An Anthology of Vacant SpacesGenre: Short stories no more than 7000 words exploring the phenomenon of full spaces gone empty. Payment: $50. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Deadly Nightshade: Best New England Crime StoriesRestrictions: Open to all writers who currently live in one of the six New England states, but stories do not need to be set in New England. (The six New England states are Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.) Genre: Mystery, thriller, suspense, caper, historical, and horror. Length: 1,000 and 5,000 words. Payment: $25. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Yellow Arrow JournalGenre: Creative nonfiction, poetry, cover art by authors who identify as women. Theme: UpSpring. Payment: $10. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Crow Toes QuarterlyGenre: Playfully dark fiction, poetry and art for children. See themesPayment: $20 – $50. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

parABnormalGenre: Fiction, nonfiction, poetry on the paranormal. “For us, this includes ghosts, spectres, haunts, various whisperers, and so forth. It also includes shapeshifters and creatures from various folklores.” Payment: $25.00 for original stories, $7.00 for reprints.$6.00 for each poem. $20.00 for original articles, $6.00 for reprints. $7.00 for reviews and interviews. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Lackington’s:  “Prehistories.” Genre: Speculative fiction, art on theme of  “Prehistories.” Payment: 1 cent/word (CAD). Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Split Lip MagazineGenre: Fiction (flash and short stories), memoirs, and poetry. with a pop-culture twist. Payment: $50 per author (via PayPal) for our web issues. Payment for print is $5 per page, minimum of $20, plus 2 contributor copies and a 1-year subscription. Deadline: March 31, 2022. NoteSubmit early in the month.

Iron Faerie: Mirror, MirrorGenre: Fairytale retellings with a twist. The twist being a mirror must feature. Payment: 50%/50% split with Iron Faerie and authors. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Triangulation: EnergyGenre: Fantasy, science fiction, weird fiction, and speculative horror on the theme Energy, sustainable energy. Payment: 3 cents/word. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Love Letters to Poe: The Fall of the House of UsherGenre: Gothic short stories and poems inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher. Payment: $5. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Red Cape Publishing: A – Z of Horror: N is for NauticalGenre: Horror on nautical theme. Payment:  £10. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

Haven SpeculativeRestrictions: Open to authors of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and other underrepresented groups. Genre: Speculative fiction and poetry. Payment: 1 cent/word for fiction and $5 – $10 for poetry. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

MythicGenre: Science fiction, fantasy short stories. Length: 2,000-5,000 words. Payment: 1 cent/word for original fiction, $25 for reprints. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

The FiddleheadRestrictions: Canadian writers only. Genre: Fiction, including excerpts from novels, creative nonfiction, art, and poetry. Payment: $60 CAD per published page. Deadline: March 31, 2022. 

Kansas City VoicesGenre: “There is no type of work we are looking for.” Payment: “Small”  Deadline: March 31, 2022.

SouthwordGenre: Fiction. Payment: €250 per short story. Deadline: March 31, 2022.

The Hudson ReviewGenre: Fiction, poetry, essays, book reviews; criticism of literature, art, theatre, dance, film, and music; and articles on contemporary cultural developments. Payment: Not specified. Deadline: March 31, 2022. (Nonfiction only)

BrinkGenre: Hybrid, cross-genre fiction, nonfiction poetry. Payment: $25 Poem; $50 Work (less than 1500 words); $50 Art (1-3 Images); $100 Art (4+ Images); $100 Work (more than 1501 words). Deadline: March 31, 2022.

WelkinGenre: Magical realist, fabulist, fairy tale, fantasy, gothic, metafictional, slipstream, fantastic, weird, surrealist, and experimental genres. Payment: 1cent/word. Deadline: March 31st, 2022.

Dragon Soul Press: ValorGenre: “All stories featuring East Asian warriors are welcome.” Payment:  Royalties. Deadline: March 31st, 2022.

Chestnut ReviewGenre: Poetry, flash fiction, short fiction, creative nonfiction, essays, visual media (art/photography). Payment: $120. Deadline: March 31st, 2022. Submit early in the month to avoid submission fee.

Dragon Soul Press: Chance on LoveGenre: “Everyone deserves a chance at love. Whether it lasts forever or ends up being temporary, these characters will fight for the chance at happily ever after.” Word Count – 5,000-15,000. Payment:  Royalties. Deadline: March 31st, 2022.

Raven & Drake Books: Airship AdventuresGenre: Steampunk featuring lots of cogs, steam and airships. Payment: £10. Deadline: March 31st, 2022.

The Woodward ReviewGenre: Poetry, prose, art, and digital media from anyone, anywhere. Each issue will also include a Detroit Folio, featuring work from those with roots in the city. Payment: $25.  Deadline: March 31st, 2022.

2022 Annus HorribilisGenre: stories of up to 2022 words (horror/dark/speculative fiction) on any topic, in any style. your story should be set in 2022. Payment: £6.66. Deadline: March 31st, 2022.
11:11 Press is a small indie publisher located in Minneapolis. Genre: They publish full length fiction, poetry, and hybrid manuscripts. See submission details hereDeadline: March 31, 2022.
And a few more … 

West BranchGenre: Poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and translation. Payment: $50 per submission of poetry, and $.05/word for prose with a maximum payment of $100. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Lost Boys Press: Great Wars anthologyGenre: Fiction. “Write a story about a historical war of any culture and any era and change one aspect of it to see how the war might change and explore from there!” Length: 9K words max. Payment: $50. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Modern MagicGenre: Stories about magic in today’s world. Not stories of witches and warlocks surrounded by vampires and werewolves that hide in the shadows, but of real, everyday people, in our real, everyday world. Payment: Royalties. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Splatter Ink Publishing: Cryptid CarnageGenre: Horror. “We want your stories of Cryptids attacking people that either are innocently targeted, seemingly in the wrong place at the wrong time, or a story with people who are much deserving of their blood-soaked fate.” Length: Up to 10,000 words. Payment: $25. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Gordon Square ReviewGenre: Poetry, short stories, personal essays, and hybrid prose works.   Payment: $25 per prose piece and $10 per poem. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

The Other Stories (Podcast). Genre: Horror on themes. Payment: 15 GBT. Deadline: April 1, 2022. See themes.

Cemetery Gates: My Dark LibraryGenre: Horror novellas 25,000-40,000 words. “In My Dark Library you will find psychological, folk, quiet, supernatural, paranormal, body, found-footage, coming-of-age, spiritual, demonic, occult, cosmic, slasher horror. I’m not currently interested in extreme, science-fiction, bizarro, erotic, apocalyptic, creature/cryptid, zombie, eco, comedy horror.” Payment: $1000 advance and royalties. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

SalamanderGenre: Poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Payment: Not specified. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Moonflowers and NightshadeGenre: Sapphic horror short fiction. “Moonflowers and Nightshade will include a diverse group of stories, including but not limited to stories involving genderqueer, non-binary, BIPOC, genderfluid, lesbian, trans, bisexual, and pansexual characters.” Payment: 4 cents/word. Deadline: April 1, 2022.

BluestemGenre: Fiction, poetry, nonfiction. Payment: $20/poem and $75/prose piece. (Rates not posted on site, please inquire) Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Luna Novella for Speculative DiversityRestrictions: Under-represented writers only, all levels welcome (unpublished, published, solo or agented). Genre: Speculative fiction novellas, 20,000 – 40,000 words. Payment: Royalties. Deadline: April 1 – 2, 2022.

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Online Jobs for Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022

Newest Work at Home Job Leads

  • National General – Quality Assurance Specialists. Several US states. Bachelor’s degree is required OR equivalent work experience – that said, minimum 1 year of prior insurance or call center experience is required for all applicants. According to Glassdoor, pay might be around $49K / year.
  • Dice – Customer Service Reps. Anywhere in the US. Strong communication skills and customer service skills are both required, however entry level applicants are encouraged to apply. According to Glassdoor, pay is usually around $49K / year.
  • Rover – Earn up to $1,000 extra dollars a month pet-sitting for Rover. This could be a great side-gig if you love pets! You can set your own rates with Rover, but they do take a cut of your earnings in exchange for you having your pet-sitting services listed through them.
  • The HOTH – Blogger Pro Writers. Anywhere in the US. Must be a native English speaker, with impeccable grammar/spelling skills and prior experience working under strict deadlines. Pay is per word, starting at $25 / 500 words and ranging up to $95 / 2,000 words.
  • iD Tech – Client Services Reps. Anywhere in the US. 1+ years of prior customer service, call center or helpdesk experience is required, as well as MS Office proficiency. Pay ranges $16 – $20 / hour dependent on experience.
  • Sutherland – Air BnB Customer Care Reps. Anywhere in the US. Excellent customer service and listening skills are required, as well as prior sales experience, MS Office proficiency and a speedy internet connection. Pay is $14 / hour + benefits.
  • Firstsource Healthcare – Customer Support Analysts. Anywhere in the US. 1 year of prior experience supporting software customers via phone, chat, and portal channels required, as well as Salesforce and MS Office experience. Payrate is unknown.
  • Zapier – Customer Champions. North & South America. Strong problem solving and communication skills are both a must. 5% – 10% travel required for occasional company retreats. Salary is unknown.
  • Fractl – SEO Sports Writers. Anywhere in the US. Prior sports writing experience is required, as well as knowledge of AP style and prior experience using Google Suite. According to Glassdoor, pay might be around $44K / year.
  • Rise25 – Virtual Assistant – May be open worldwide. Must be able to work US hours and have flawless written and verbal English. You will be handling multiple admin tasks such as coordinating appointments, booking travel, creating spreadsheets and more. Pay rate not listed.
  • Mercari – Customer Experience (Tax Specialist) – Anywhere in the US. You will be responding to customer tax and payout inquiries mostly via zendesk, their customer relationship management platform, email and occasionally by phone among other responsibilities. Position offers benefits and starts at $19 hourly. Must have basic knowledge (or strong desire to learn), of sales tax laws, gross receipts tax concepts and familiarity with the operation of IRS Form 1099-K
  • DotSub – Captioners & Translators. May be open worldwide. You may need to be bilingual. DotSub requires you take a skills test prior to accepting you for work. Pay rate not mentioned.
  • The Krazy Coupon Lady – Deals Digital Content Creator. Must reside in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Ohio, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin or Utah. You will research, test and write deals featuring coupons, sale prices and rebate apps. Pays $13 to $15 hourly depending on experience. Full-time.
  • Swagbucks – (Extra Money) – I’ve been a member at Swagbucks since 2007. It’s so easy — you just create an account (free) and then visit the site every day and do different things to let your virtual “bucks” add up for extra money. These bucks can be converted into Paypal cash or Amazon codes, whichever you prefer. You can earn by taking surveys, searching the web, watching videos, playing games, filling out offers, and more. They are super reliable with payments, too, and have to date paid out over $100,000,000 total in gift cards and rewards.
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Writing Jobs & Markets for Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022

[PLUS+ #1526] 16 opportunities today paying up to ~$1+ per wordPosted: 17 Feb 2022 12:02 PM PSTThe remote / freelance writing leads below have been posted on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/writejobsplus). Note that the names of the publications and hiring companies / organizations are visible to members.Pitches wanted (coastal news) (worldwide) | ~$1+ per wordPitches wanted…
Adventure Studios is looking for a Remote Game / Web Novel Writer | pay: $25 per hourPosted: 17 Feb 2022 11:57 AM PSTLore and world building for upcoming anime mobile RPG game.Character creation and character backstory.Writing chapters for accompanying manga with plot based on in-game player accomplishments. Contract $25 USD per hour or $2000 per month at 15 hours per week/60 hours per month. Remote…
No-entry-fee writing contest (short story): Furphy Literary Award (AUS) | $15,000 top prizePosted: 17 Feb 2022 11:47 AM PSTDeadline: 30 April 2022 Everyone can write at least one good story. That was the belief of J. F. Archibald, the editor and founder of the famous nineteenth-century weekly, The Bulletin, who invited his readers to become contributors. It was this encouragement that led Joseph Furphy, working in his…
Vanguard is looking for a Remote Proofreader | pay: TBDPosted: 17 Feb 2022 11:40 AM PSTJoin the Editorial Copy Desk within Participant Strategy Experience as a Proofreader to ensure that our communications to retirement plan participants are error-free. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to start their editorial career at Vanguard. In this role, you’ll collaborate with…
Call for submissions (short stories): The Future’s So Bright | pay: 2 cents per wordPosted: 17 Feb 2022 11:21 AM PSTDeadline: 30 April 2022 If you could catch a glimpse of the future, what would you hope to see? An environmentally-friendly paradise? High-tech advancements? Newly-evolved species of wildlife? For this collection, we want positive visions of the future. Show us terraces covered in gardens and…
Phipps Reporting is looking for a Remote Transcript Proofreader | pay: $15+ per hourPosted: 17 Feb 2022 11:07 AM PSTThe Transcript Proofreader: Quality Control position requires an individual to maintain the highest standard of customer service with clients while ensuring legal requirements are met. Must be self-managed, thrive in a busy environment, and exercise good judgment. Operating under intense deadlines…
No-entry-fee writing contest: The Alpine Fellowship Writing Prize (worldwide) | £10,000 top prizePosted: 17 Feb 2022 10:56 AM PSTDeadline: 1 April 2022 Applications are open. Awarded for the best piece of writing on the theme of the Alpine Fellowship 2022 – Freedom. More about our theme The winner will receive a £10,000 cash prize. A £3,000 cash prize will go to the second place, and £2,000 to the third place runner…
Enlighten Group is looking for a Remote Writing Teacher / Coach | pay: $25-$60 per hourPosted: 17 Feb 2022 10:51 AM PSTLighten Academy has immediate openings for enthusiastic Creative writing teacher/Scholastic writing content coach to join our team. We are looking for people with impeccable testing preparation skills, well-developed communication skills, and a spark that will engage students in grades…
Verto Literary is looking for a Remote Intern | pay: $15 per hourPosted: 17 Feb 2022 10:19 AM PSTThis is an 8-week, part-time, remote internship which will involve you in every aspect of preparing nonfiction book manuscripts for submission to a publisher. Rising college juniors, seniors and recent graduates are invited to apply. Ideal candidates will have editing and/or long-form journalistic…
[PLUS+ #1525] 16 opportunities today paying up to $1.66 per wordPosted: 16 Feb 2022 12:37 PM PSTThe remote / freelance writing leads below have been posted on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/writejobsplus). Note that the names of the publications and hiring companies / organizations are visible to members.Pitches wanted (word, current order) | ~$1.25 to $1.66 per wordPitches wanted…
Forum Digital Marketing is looking a Remote Freelance Writer | pay: $20-$25 per hourPosted: 16 Feb 2022 12:34 PM PSTThe Forum is looking for a Freelance Writer to support ongoing marketing activities. The ideal candidate is an excellent writer and loves to tell stories that engage and inspire, address complex topics, and align with The Forum’s marketing team. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Research, write and edit…
Call for submissions (short stories): Great Wars (worldwide) | pay: $50 per piecePosted: 16 Feb 2022 12:27 PM PSTDeadline: 1 April 2022 LBP is pleased to announce that we will be accepting short story submissions through April 1st, 2022. We will choose 8-12 submissions to be published in our 2022 fall anthology, Great Wars!  PROMPT: The prompt: Write a story about a historical war of any culture…
Collège de Paris is looking for a Work-from-home Proofreader | pay: $40-$60 per hourPosted: 16 Feb 2022 12:19 PM PSTCollège de Paris is a network of higher education institutions and professional training organizations. Its mission is to make excellence accessible through a community of schools. Does editing come naturally to you? Do you often find yourself correcting others’ grammar or pointing out mistakes in…
Call for submissions: Amongst the Stars—A Sci-fi Romance Comic Anthology | pay: $100 per pagePosted: 16 Feb 2022 12:04 PM PSTDeadline: 1 April 2022 Amongst the Stars: A Sci-fi Romance Comic Anthology The stars align, bringing two popular genres together in a collection of cosmic love stories told by independent comic creators. Submissions now open through April 1. Submission Period: February 14, 2022 to April 1,…
Homedit is looking for a Remote Freelance Editor | pay: $15+ per hourPosted: 16 Feb 2022 11:57 AM PSTWe need a driven and innovative editor who can take our content to the next level – based on SurferSEO and/or Semrush. The perfect candidate should be able to create also content briefs with everything an article needs to be refreshed – from headings (H2, H3) to FAQs and conclusions. Qualified…
No-entry-fee writing contest: Earth 2.0—The George Floyd Short Story Writing Competition (worldwide) | £250 top prizePosted: 16 Feb 2022 11:43 AM PSTDeadline: 31 March 2022 Open for Submissions: November 26th 2021 – March 31st 2022 (midnight) Judge: TBA  Winners announced: May/June 2022 (Date TBC) Anthology details: Due for release in autumn of 2022 with the book launch celebration date TBA.  FREE ENTRY (Limited to one short story…
Center for Forensic and Clinical Psychology of New Jersey is looking for a Remote Editor | $20 per hourPosted: 16 Feb 2022 11:42 AM PSTAt the Center for Forensic and Clinical Psychology of New Jersey LLC (CFCPNJ LLC), we provide our clients with comprehensive forensic psychological evaluations related to immigration civil, criminal, crimmigration cases, and military law. We focus on conveying truth, evidence-based findings, and…
Insider is looking for a Remote Newsletter Fellow | pay: $20 per hourPosted: 16 Feb 2022 11:26 AM PSTInsider is hiring an editorial fellow to help write and produce newsletters spanning finance, tech, markets and other news. The fellow’s start date will be in June 2022. The fellow will primarily help write and build daily and weekly newsletters showcasing Insider’s top news, groundbreaking…

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4 New Literary Agents Seeking Fantasy, Horror, Sci-fi, Historical & Upmarket Fiction, Thrillers, Kidlit, Graphic Novels, and Memoir

Here are four new agents actively seeking clients. New agents are a boon to writers. They are actively building their lists, and will go the extra mile for their clients.

Yona Levin is looking for children’s books, including young adult and middle grade fiction and non-fiction. Jazmia Young  is interested in representing children’s books, picture books through YA, focusing on middle-grade fiction/non-fiction with the goal of amplifying underrepresented voices and experiences.

Rachel Neely is looking for “unforgettable and thought-provoking fiction, the kind that leaves your mind racing uncontrollably, hours after turning the last page.” Jennifer Chevais is currently building her list of authors specializing in fantasy, science fiction, and horror, but she also has a soft spot for thrillers, upmarket fiction, memoir, graphic novels, and many more.

Always check the agency website and agent bio before submitting. Agents can switch agencies or close their lists, and submission requirements can change. 

NOTEDon’t submit to two agents at the same agency simultaneously. If one rejects you, you may then submit to another.

You can find a full list of agents actively seeking new clients here: Agents Seeking Clients

Ms. Rachel Neely of Mushens Entertainment (UK) 

Rachel Neely began her publishing career in 2016 at Avon books, a division of HarperCollins, shortly after completing a Master of Studies in English and American Literature at the University of Oxford. Rachel then moved to Hachette’s Quercus books, where she stayed for over three years, as an Editorial Assistant and, latterly, Assistant Editor. Rachel worked on both reading group titles and the crime and thriller list, assisting on multiple Sunday Times bestsellers such as The Flatshare and The Girl Before. Her first acquisition, Still Lives, a literary thriller, was chosen for the Reese Witherspoon Hello Sunshine book club. In May 2020, Rachel was appointed Commissioning Editor at Trapeze, an imprint of Orion, with a remit of acquiring conversation-starting novels, focusing on upmarket fiction and literary-commercial crossover.

What she is seeking: “I’m looking for unforgettable and thought-provoking fiction, the kind that leaves your mind racing uncontrollably, hours after turning the last page.”

How to submit: Email submissions@mushens-entertainment.com Your submission email should include: A clear subject line eg. Fiction Submission: TITLE OF YOUR WORK, Addressed to the specific agent you would like to consider it, Your cover letter in the body of the email, An attachment of your synopsis, A PDF or Word document of your novel containing either: The first three chapters OR The first 10-15,000 words OR First 50 pages.


Ms. Yona Levin of Fletcher & Company 

Yona Levin received her B.A. in English and Political Science from Wellesley College before returning to her native NYC to start her publishing career at Foundry Literary + Media. Now at Fletcher & Company, she works with Melissa Chinchillo in foreign rights and assists Peter Steinberg with his titles. 

What she is seeking: Yona is building her own list of children’s books, including young adult and middle grade fiction and non-fiction. She likes contemporary adventure stories, fantasy that is off the beaten path, and clever writing that plays with format and reader expectations in new and interesting ways.

How to submit: To query, please send a letter, brief synopsis, and the first 5-10 pages of the manuscript/proposal pasted into the body of the email to info@fletcherandco.com. You should indicate the agent you are addressing the query to in the subject line. Please do not include email attachments with your initial query, as they will be deleted.


Ms. Jazmia Young of Curtis Brown, Ltd. 

Jazmia Young is an associate agent at Curtis Brown Ltd. She received her bachelor’s degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing at the City College of New York and was a graduate of the Publishing Certificate Program at CCNY. Jazmia is also the Administrative Assistant of the Association of American Literary Agents.

What she is seeking: She is interested in representing children’s books, picture books through YA, focusing on middle-grade fiction/non-fiction with the goal of amplifying underrepresented voices and experiences. She particularly loves stories with friendship ties, complicated family dynamics, and grief or loss. Being a New York native, anything based in the great NYC has her heart. 

How to submit: Please email queries to jky@cbltd.com with the first 10 pages of your manuscript in the body of the email with QUERY in the subject line. 


Ms. Jennifer Chevais of The Rights Factory 

Jennifer Chevais is currently building her list of authors specialising in fantasy, science fiction, and horror, but she also has a soft spot for thrillers, upmarket fiction, memoir, graphic novels, and many more. Jennifer’s experience includes freelance acquisition reading and translating for a French publisher as well as nearly a decade in advertising.

What she is seeking: Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction, Historical, Thriller, Action, Upmarket (book club potential), Graphic Novels, and Memoir.

How to submit: Use her form HERE.

20 Places to Find Good Paying Writing Jobs

In this blog post from The WriteLife.com are some of the best places to find freelance writing jobs online:

1. Freelance Writers Den

A great resource for freelancers, Carol Tice’s membership site is so much more than a job board; for $25/month, you get access to more than 300 hours of “boot camps” that teach you how to make money as a freelance writer and hundreds of forums where you can get any question answered. Whether you want to listen to her members-only podcast, access the 24/7 community of writers, or check out video and audio training materials, the den has everything a freelancer needs to grow their career — all in one place. Plus, Carol’s team posts new listings in their Junk-Free Job Board twice a week. 

If you’re serious about freelancing, this is worth considering. Here’s our full Freelance Writers Den review if you want more details.

2. FlexJobs

One of the top job boards for remote work, FlexJobs enables you to create a custom job search profile to meet your specific needs. Select your categories (there are several under “Writing”), your preferred work schedule, your experience level, and more to hone down your search results to those that best fit the freelance writing job you’re looking for. You can also set alerts so you’re notified when new jobs matching your search criteria are posted. 

A subscription is $6.95/week, $14.95/month, $29.95 for three months, or $49.95/year. Here’s a search for “writer” jobs if you want to try it.

3. SolidGigs

SolidGigs is part job board, part productivity tool. Why? Because their team literally saves you hours of scouring job boards. They hand-pick the best gigs from around the web and compile them into a weekly email, including remote opportunities. 

It’s $19/month to subscribe, and they offer a trial month for just $2. Along with curated job opportunities, you’ll also get access to business training courses and hundreds of lessons on freelancing, and interviews with successful freelancers.

4. Opportunities of the Week

Sonia Weiser’s bi-weekly newsletter has become a must-have for freelance writers. She gathers dozens of calls for pitches from Twitter and emails them to her community twice a week. She offers the service through Patreon, where she asks for a membership contribution of up to $10 (and also offers sponsorships for those who can’t afford it). If you can only make a one-time contribution, she provides an option for that, too.

In addition to freelance writing jobs, she includes career advice, resources on how much different outlets pay, and other helpful links.

5. Alexis Grant’s Database of Writers

The founder of The Write Life, Alexis Grant, has spent her career building writing teams. She often helps companies hire writers and editors, and she pulls candidates for those opportunities from her database of writers and editors. It’s free to join, just fill out this form.

This is for both freelance and full-time writing jobs. Alexis doesn’t guarantee placement, but once you’re in her database, she’ll contact you if you look like a fit for a writing opportunity.

6. Working In Content

A platform that’s still in its beta phase, Working In Content aims to connect organizations with passionate content professionals. As a bonus, it values diversity, equity, and inclusion, and it encourages the employers it works with to do the same. 

Whether you’re a UX writer or a content strategist, this site is a great option to find work in content design, marketing, management, and more. It offers full-time and contract roles that are either remote or in cities like Seattle, New York City, and San Francisco.

Be sure to subscribe to its free newsletter that shares expert interviews, resources, and job opportunities once a week.

7. Human Jobs

Human Jobs caters to humanities and liberal arts graduates, for example, individuals with degrees in English or history. The site features freelance writer jobs as well as full-time jobs.

Created in 2020 by a history Ph.D. student at Oxford, it includes plenty of writing, content, and communication roles.

8. ProBlogger Job Board

Created by Darren Rowse of ProBlogger, an authority site on blogging, the ProBlogger job board features part- and full-time, contract, and freelance writer jobs across a wide variety of locations, industries, and writing specialties.  

Plus, given ProBlogger’s high profile in the blogosphere, it’s likely you can often find jobs posted by some big-time blogs and employers who have an idea of what good writing is really worth. Besides content writing, it also lists a healthy dose of copywriting jobs.

9. Content Writing Jobs

This site content writing job board includes remote, freelance, contract, and full-time jobs. To peruse these hand-picked writing opportunities, visit the site online, sign up for daily job alerts or subscribe to its paid newsletter that shares brand new openings once per week for $10/month. 

Another good resource: This site offers a content writing blog that features long-form interviews with prolific content writers, authors, and founders who share tips of the trade.

10. Behance Creative Jobs

Powered by Adobe, Behance is an online platform for creative professionals to showcase their work, find inspiration and connect with companies looking to hire. 

Behance allows you to upload your past projects to quickly create a visually-pleasing online portfolio, making it a great resource for writers without a website. It has its own job board which you can browse to find your next career move or freelance writing job!

11. MediaBistro

MediaBistro is a great resource for media freelancers of all stripes, offering online courses, tools, and information that can help you navigate your career.

Be sure to check out the freelance job board section of the site, as well, for a wide range of jobs for all experience levels from industries like TV, PR/marketing, magazine and book publishing, and social media — a little something for everyone.

12. Morning Coffee Newsletter

This weekly e-newsletter from FreelanceWriting.com provides a nice compendium of freelance writing and editing jobs with competitive pay rates. 

With exclusive job opportunities as well as posts pulled from sites like Indeed and Craigslist, the job board consolidates a variety of gigs for everyone from newbies to seasoned freelancers. Save yourself the time of scouring numerous sites and let this newsletter bring decent jobs right to your inbox.

13. Who Pays Writers?

Who Pays Writers? is a crowd-sourced list of publications that pay freelance writers — and it’s a gold mine. The list has hundreds of publications to explore; it not only shows you which publications are accepting submissions, it also tells you how much they pay per word. 

The site primarily offers writers a good research opportunity to learn how much different publications pay, but there are some online blogging opportunities as well (depending on the publication). Maintained by an anonymous volunteer collective, the list is updated monthly.

14. The Ultimate List of Better-Paid Blogging Gigs

Freelancer Sophie Lizard compiled a free ebook listing 75 blogs that pay $50 to $2,000 per post, broken down into sections like Writing Blogs, Food Blogs, etc. She also includes some good tips on how to approach these blogs, how to promote yourself once you’ve landed a post and more. 

To get the ebook, add your email address to her newsletter list — you’ll also get free access to her money-making toolkit and more.

15. LinkedIn Jobs

If you’ve already got a LinkedIn profile (and you really should attract new clients), don’t let it just sit there. Networking goes a long way in the freelance world, and LinkedIn is a great resource to do some networking through common connections.

While you’re doing that networking, check out the Jobs section and sign up for email alerts when jobs are posted that match your interests. Many will be location-based, but who’s to say you can’t approach these employers with a proposal for freelance writing services? Maybe they need someone to fill the gap in the hiring interim, or maybe the job could just as easily be done remotely but they hadn’t considered that. Talk about a different kind of pitch! 

16. Freelance Writing Jobs (FWJ)

This invaluable resource updates daily with online writing jobs scooped from around the ‘net. It’s also got a rich archive filled with posts offering all kinds of tips and insight for beginners and experienced freelancers alike.

Along with the daily blog posts, you can also check out the Freelance Writing Jobs Board, where those in need of copy services of all sorts post jobs on the regular.

17. Upwork

Although Upwork has a bit of a reputation for offering low-rate jobs, it’s definitely possible to find postings offering livable wages for writing jobs online. When this article was published, a job to write a finance/trading article for $500 and a ghostwriter gig for $600 were both listed. 

Plus, you get the added benefit of rate transparency: You know exactly what you’re going to get before you even put in the effort to read the full job description! If you’re curious about this platform, here’s a longer post on why one writer says Upwork is legit.

18. Where to Pitch

This last one takes a little bit of forethought and footwork; instead of simply listing online writing jobs, Where to Pitch offers a list of potential venues when you type in a topic you’re interested in working on. If you’re willing to put in that effort, you’re bound to find some new publications to pitch.

You can also sign up for the Where to Pitch newsletter,  which gets you access to five real pitches that snagged the writer bylines in the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Independent, Playboy, and NPR.

19. Freelance Writing Jobs for Beginners

If this list is helpful, you’ll get even more out of The Write Life’s ebook: 71 Ways to Earn as a Freelance Writer. We suggest dozens of different ways to earn income online as a writer, including information on how much each gig pays and tips for how to land those jobs. The bulk of the jobs we suggest are ones you can do from home. 

The ebook is just $19, so landing just one freelance assignment will cover your investment (and then some!).

20. JournalismJobs.com

Offering full-time, freelance, and remote jobs opportunities, JournalismJobs.com can help you find writing, editing, reporting, or copy editor gigs. You can also find jobs across a wide range of industries like non-profit, technology, and TV, so you’ll never get bored with this website’s selections. 

Plus, while you’re here, be sure to set job alerts to know right away about new freelance writer jobs, check out its section of career advice or even peruse the fellowship listings.

Writing Jobs & Markets for Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022

[PLUS+ #1524] 16 opportunities today paying up to $1 per wordPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:37 PM PSTThe remote / freelance writing leads below have been posted on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/writejobsplus). Note that the names of the publications and hiring companies / organizations are visible to members.Pitches wanted (gender, economic mobility, environment, etc.) | $1 per…
PetHelpful is looking for a Remote News Writer | pay: $25+ per hourPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:34 PM PSTTitle: PetHelpful Contract News Writer Employment Type: Full Time Location: Remote POSITION OVERVIEW: PetHelpful is seeking a Contract News Writer with excellent writing skills and online know-how to join our diverse team of editors, moderators, engineers, and product and community…
Call for submissions (short stories): Human Monsters | pay: 8 cents per wordPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:30 PM PSTDeadline: 15 March 2022 Dark Matter Presents: Human Monsters A new horror anthology edited by Sadie Hartmann and Ashley Saywers of Night Worms. “Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.” -Stephen King Dark Matter Magazine is proud to announce…
Elite Editing is looking for a Remote Freelance Proofreader | pay: $22 per hourPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:27 PM PSTElite Editing is a full-service editing and writing firm dedicated to producing high-quality content for a wide variety of clients. Along with our sister company, Elite Authors, we edit everything from academic papers to corporate and government reports to full-length manuscripts (nonfiction and…
Call for submissions for ‘Wanderlust’-themed issue: Apparition Lit | pay: 5 cents per word for short stories, $30 per poemPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:24 PM PSTDeadline: 28 February 2022 Apparition Lit is a quarterly speculative fiction magazine that features original short stories, poetry, and artwork. We publish poems and stories between 1k-5k words. Our theme and reading period: WANDERLUST (Submission period: February 15-28, 2022 CURRENTLY OPEN –…
IvyBoost Education is looking for Remote Essay Editors | pay: $30+ per hourPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:18 PM PSTEstablished in California, IvyBoost is an education center which provides services of college admissions counseling and tutoring for junior high and high school students (6-12th grade) and for college students. With a methodology focused on the development of each individual student’s talents and…
Call for submissions (poems, short stories, cnf): Mud Season Review | pay: $50 per contributorPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:14 PM PSTDeadline: 28 February 2022 Our current submission period is open from February 1, 2022 to February 28, 2022. NOTE: We may close the reading period early by genre if volume demands. We want to be sure to give your work the attention it deserves! Please keep this in mind as you consider submitting…
Ben Greenfield Life is looking for a Remote Freelance Editor | pay: $30-$50 per hourPosted: 15 Feb 2022 12:03 PM PSTBen Greenfield Life is the number one podcast and blog for the world’s hard-charging, high-achievers to get all the information they need to live truly limitless lives with fully optimized minds, bodies and spirits. Ben Greenfield Life will be a destination for those who, like Ben, desire to live…
U.S. News & World Report is looking for a Remote Data Intern | pay: $15.20 per hourPosted: 15 Feb 2022 11:51 AM PSTU.S. News & World Report is a multifaceted digital media company dedicated to helping citizens, consumers, business leaders and policy officials make important decisions in their lives. We publish independent reporting, rankings, data journalism and advice that has earned the trust of our…

Writing Jobs & Markets for Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022

[PLUS+ #1523] 16 opportunities today paying up to $1 per wordPosted: 12 Feb 2022 11:02 AM PSTThe remote / freelance writing leads below have been posted on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/writejobsplus). Note that the names of the publications and hiring companies / organizations are visible to members.Pitches wanted (dark matter) | $1 per wordPitches wanted (beauty, fashion) |…
13 Emerald Marketing is looking for a Remote Junior Copywriter | $20-$25 per hourPosted: 12 Feb 2022 11:01 AM PST13 Emeralds Marketing is looking to bring on a junior copywriter to help with blog and website copywriting. The person that joins our team gets the unique opportunity to help grow and shape our company to serve our clients with the best SEO strategies. 13 Emeralds Marketing is a growing SEO agency…
Call for submissions (short stories): Midnight in the Stagecoach | pay: 6 cents per wordPosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:54 AM PSTDeadline: 30 April 2021 With the success of our first three MIDNIGHT anthologies (Midnight In The Graveyard, Midnight In The Pentagram, and Midnight From Beyond The Stars), it’s time to roll out the 4th in our ever growing series – MIDNIGHT IN THE STAGECOACH! Silver Shamrock Publishing is…
The Darl is looking for a Remote Editor and Proofreader | pay: $550+ per monthPosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:47 AM PSTWe are looking for a proofreader and copy editor to support the proofreading needs of our agency and ensure the accuracy of all creative output (i.e. Integrated campaigns, print ads, email, point-of-sale, brochures, other collateral, websites, digital advertising, scripts and presentations). The…
Call for submissions (short stories): Electric Spec | pay: $20 per piecePosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:39 AM PSTDeadline (for May issue): 15 April 2022 Please don’t query us about your story submission. We don’t have the manpower to answer such queries. An editor will email you back as soon as possible with the decision about your story. This can take a few days, or, up to three months. We make every effort…
HubPages is looking for a Remote Network Editor | pay: $17 per hourPosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:34 AM PSTHubPages is seeking a Network Editor with excellent writing/editing skills and online know-how to join our diverse team of editors, moderators, engineers, and product and community advocates. The Network Editor will be responsible for curating, fact-checking, copy-editing, and enhancing (including…
No-entry-fee writing contest: Neukom Literary Arts Award for Playwriting | $5,000 top prizePosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:31 AM PSTDeadline: 28 February 2022 The Neukom Institute for Computational Science at Dartmouth College – in collaboration with Dartmouth’s Department of Theater and Northern Stage – is excited to announce the 2022 Neukom Institute Literary Arts Awards for Playwriting, for full-length plays and other…
Passport Admissions is looking for a Remote Editor | pay: $20-$25 per hourPosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:27 AM PSTDO YOU WANT: a fun yet intellectually stimulating part-time job?the flexibility to work when you want from where you wanta chance to help college students achieve their educational dreams?Passport Admissions, a small company that helps students apply to college and graduate school, is hiring…
Burman Energy Consultant Group is looking for a Remote Freelance Proofreader | pay: $15-$35 per hourPosted: 12 Feb 2022 10:21 AM PSTWe are looking for a detail-oriented Proofreader to join our team. You must be proficient in basic and advanced grammar rules and understand how they are used within our style guides. Our ideal candidate is meticulous in reviewing copy, noting errors such as punctuation, spelling, and word usage,…

Writing Jobs & Markets for Monday, Feb. 14, 2022

[PLUS+ #1522] 16 opportunities today paying up to ~$1 per wordPosted: 11 Feb 2022 03:14 PM PSTThe remote / freelance writing leads below have been posted on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/writejobsplus). Note that the names of the publications and hiring companies / organizations are visible to members.Reporter wanted (environment, climate) | ~$1 per wordWriter wanted…The Forum is looking for a Remote Freelance Writer | pay: $20-$25 per hourPosted: 11 Feb 2022 03:12 PM PSTThe Forum is looking for a Freelance Writer to support ongoing marketing activities. The ideal candidate is an excellent writer and loves to tell stories that engage and inspire, address complex topics, and align with The Forum’s marketing team. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Research, write and edit…No-entry-fee writing contest: Masks Literary Magazine’s Prose & Poetry Contests | $100 top prizePosted: 11 Feb 2022 03:09 PM PSTDeadline: 15 April 2022 Our contests run from February 1st – April 15th, 2022. One poet and one prose writer will be awarded a prize of $100 each and publication in our Summer 2022 issue. All finalists will appear in the issue. Winners and finalists will be announced in May 2022. ​…Steven Baldwin Associates is looking for a Remote Content Editor | pay: $25 per hourPosted: 11 Feb 2022 03:06 PM PSTSteven Baldwin Associates — nationally renowned airport management consultants — specializes in the management, organizational, & governmental review of airports, to ensure facilities are optimally managed in a safe, efficient, & effective manner is seeking a Content Editor to join their…[3 days left] Call for pitches: DSP Novelette Split Series | pay: $150 advance + royaltiesPosted: 11 Feb 2022 03:01 PM PSTDeadline: 14 February 2022 This is a pitch call. Please do not submit full story manuscripts (more info on this below)** *Open February 1 – February 14. Submissions sent before or after will be deleted unread.* Background/About: Dread Stone Press is seeking novelette length horror stories for…CHME is looking for a Remote Proofreader | pay: $30-$40 per hourPosted: 11 Feb 2022 02:58 PM PSTReviews, proofreads, and approves labeling components and change control documentation (e.g., Labels, Instructions for Use). Responsible for proofreading labeling at various stages. Reads original copy or proof to detect and mark any grammatical, typographical, or compositional error. May…Call for submissions (short stories): Cthulhu FhCon | pay: 3+ cents per wordPosted: 11 Feb 2022 02:57 PM PSTDeadline: 15 April 2022 Somewhere in the world, there is a hotel on an island in the middle of a large river. This hotel was designed and built in the 1980s, and its labyrinthine corridors and structural design make no sense at all to the modern eye. And all the while, the deep, dark, swirling…Aquent is looking for a Remote Copyeditor | pay: $45 per hourPosted: 11 Feb 2022 02:52 PM PSTThis is a remote 1-year contract. Must be in the United States. DIGITAL COPY EDITOR/COMPLIANCE PROCESS LEAD Must have portfolio and writing samples to be considered for role. This team member will work closely with digital content strategists, copywriters, and fellow editors and compliance…Fortune is looking for Remote Leadership Writing Fellows | pay: $25 per hourPosted: 11 Feb 2022 02:46 PM PSTFortune is hiring two smart and energetic journalists to join our just-launched Leadership team, beginning in mid-March. Led by Leadership Editor Ruth Umoh, the team is focused on digging into what’s top of mind for today’s C-suites and boards—highlighting great achievements and holding leaders…[PLUS+ #1521] 16 opportunities today paying up to ~$1 per wordPosted: 10 Feb 2022 11:04 AM PSTThe remote / freelance writing leads below have been posted on our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/writejobsplus). Note that the names of the publications and hiring companies / organizations are visible to members.Story proposals wanted (disinformation, science, technology) (worldwide) | ~$1…Golden is looking for a Remote Content Writer | pay: $20-$22 per hourPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:59 AM PSTGolden is looking for a part-time contract Content Writer to help us build the world’s knowledge engine and unlock data-native product experiences for organizations. This is a great opportunity to help build a world changing product. You will work in a startup environment with high autonomy and a…Call for submissions: My Dark Library Novella Series | pay: $1,000 advance + royaltiesPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:55 AM PSTHello, my name is Sadie Hartmann but I’m also known in certain circles as Mother Horror. My favorite thing is to find fresh, talented voices in the genre of horror. It’s difficult to get readers to notice you out there in the wild, so this is your opportunity to come into My Dark Library and share…Static Media is looking for a Remote Freelance Editorial Hiring Specialist | pay: $23 per hourPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:51 AM PSTStatic Media is looking for enthusiastic, hard-working individuals to join our hiring and training team as a Freelance Editorial Hiring Specialist. Ideal candidates have at least 3 years of experience editing or hiring for print or the web. Static’s portfolio includes 11 brands: Looper, Nicki…No-entry-fee writing contest: Myong Cha Son Haiku Award | $500 top prizePosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:43 AM PSTDeadline: 21 February 2022 Created by Kyle R. Spencer, and named for his mother-in-law, the award welcomes unpublished, original haiku and offers a first prize ($1,500) and a runner-up prize ($500). We ask that applicants adhere to the following guidelines. The annual competition is open to…Vehicle History is looking for a Proofreader / Editorial Assistant | pay: $20-$25 per hourPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:37 AM PSTProofreader/Editorial Assistant We are a high-traffic automotive website recruiting for a Proofreader/Editorial Assistant with solid copy editing, proofreading, and copy formatting experience. You should also have WordPress experience, know AP Style, and be comfortable dividing your time between…Call for submissions (short stories): Moonflowers and Nightshade | pay: 4 cents per wordPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:28 AM PSTDeadline: 1 April 2022 Moonflowers and Nightshade is an anthology of sapphic horror short fiction by a diverse group of authors. Chilling horror stories ranging from psychological character studies to terrifying tales of body horror, from supernatural nightmares to Gothic ghost stories–and…Augmented Supply is looking for a Remote Content Editor | pay: $15 per hourPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:27 AM PSTWe’re looking for freelance editors who can contribute 10-20 hours per week on a regular basis. Payment is $15/hour, via Paypal. Applicants must be native speakers of English Bonus points for some experience and/or significant interest in a technical field. Editing for us, you will need to…University of Pittsburgh is looking for a Remote Freelance Manuscript and Grant Editor (worldwide) | $25-$50 per hourPosted: 10 Feb 2022 10:26 AM PSTWe are looking to evaluate PHD-level biomedical scientists for freelance editing of manuscripts and grants. In general, people fall have different assets, including copy editing, wordsmithing, grant smithing, and subject matter expertise. In this process, you may be asked to provide feedback…