freelance market news

Contact Us

Angela Cox
The Association of Freelance Writers
8-10 Dutton Street
Manchester
M3 1LE
England

Tel: 0161 819 9919
Fax: 0161 819 2842

fmn@writersbureau.com


WRITE FOR US

MARKET NOTES
We are interested in receiving market notes for the following pages: New Markets (magazines which have recently been published), Fillers & Letters, Overseas Markets (only English Language publications), Market Notes (established publications accepting articles, fiction, reviews or poetry).

We want well-researched market notes which give editorial requirements (length, style etc) and also details of the rates of pay.

All notes should include the editor's full name with a complete address, telephone/ fax number, email and website.

Length: Market Notes should be between 40 and 200 words.

Payment: £40 per 1,000 words on acceptance.

ARTICLES
Articles should be aimed at both beginning and established freelance writers. We are particularly interested in articles which give advice on writing for a specific market (slogan writing, writing horror fiction, how to write for religious markets etc). Where possible, include contact details for appropriate magazines.

Length: Articles should be around 700 words (one page) or 1,500 words (two pages).

Please send your completed article rather than a query.

Payment: £50 per 1,000 words on acceptance.

Please Note: We do not accept fiction or poetry.

Address: Freelance Market News, 8-10 Dutton Street, Manchester, M3 1LE.

Work sent without an sae cannot be returned.

Email: fmn@writersbureau.com
Please type 'submission' and the title of your article in the subject field. Send as a Word .doc attachment or in the body of your email.


ADVERTISE WITH US

Size Height Width Cost (inc VAT)
1/8 Page 60mm 80mm £17.00
1/4 Page 120mm 80mm £29.00
1/2 Page 120mm 170mm £59.00

Lineage: 30p per word

We are happy to consider advert swaps.

For availability contact: fmn@writersbureau.com

Theresa Gooda

"I am pleased to report that almost every penny that I have earned through writing is as a result of a lead or idea generated by the magazine. I have more than tripled my 'stake' through articles, letters and fillers, and recently achieved my first fiction success with third prize in a short story competition promoted on the Competitions News page. I have absolutely no hesitation in renewing my subscription as the time arises."

Theresa Gooda