Last week, we brought you Part I of our popular series, Personal Essay Markets. This week brings Part II, which outlines more venues that love printing this unique and accessible style of writing. Included among them are tips on how to submit to The New York Times and The New York Times Magazine. (The latter is a competitive market, but pays over $1 a word.)
Oxford University Press is looking for a Editor, Science/Medical Journals. next job Daily Mail Online is looking for a General Reporters. next job Advertising Age is looking for a Multimedia Producer. next job The Museum of Modern Art is looking for a Video Producer. next job John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is looking for a Marketing Manager. next job Scholastic is looking for a Copy Editor. next job Macmillan is looking for a Marketing Analytics Director. next job Crain's New York Business is looking for a Account Manager. next job Scholastic is looking for a Meta-Data Assistant. next job Random House U.S.A is looking for a Editorial Director, Tastebook.com. see all
Starting August 6, learn how to find the right agent for your book and write a query that will get the deal done! Taught by Barbara Clark, a book agent and publishing consultant, you will learn the best methods for finding a literary agent, the proper protocol and etiquette for seeking literary representation, how to send queries and more. Register now!