Location New York, NY
Employer Harper Collins. Performs, under minimal supervision,
secretarial and editorial duties and assists in coordinating
the publication process from manuscript to book. Types
correspondence, memos, and other related items, prepares and
responds to routine correspondence, answers telephones and
takes messages as appropriate.
Location Riverdale, MD
Deadline February 22, 2011. The Writer/Editor of New Pest
Response Guidelines and Technical Manuals for Plant Protection
and Quarantine (PPQ)-Emergency and Domestic Programs (EDP)
serves as a technical specialist and, using writing, editing,
and a technical knowledge of pest management and entomology,
writes and edits documents that articulate, interpret, and
explain complex, potentially controversial Agency policies,
programs and research findings.
FREELANCE PROOFREADERS NEEDED
Ogilvy and Mather is constantly looking to build our talent
pool for freelance Proofreaders. The Proofreader role will
ensure that all projects are released from the agency with
flawless grammar, spelling, punctuation, legal copy, trademarks,
logos, mandatory copy and basic typographic standards. Minimum
of 3 years experience. Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism
or Communications is a plus, but not required. Company located
in Chicago, but applicants can be virtual.
NEW YORK MEDICAL MAGAZINE
Small business magazine, with a focus on the medical industry,
seeks freelance writers to interview small business owners and
owners of medical practices, extracting interesting information
and processing information in order to write polished profiles
that could run in Fortune or Inc. Must understand how to turn
a small businessperson's story into an engaging narrative that
other small businesspeople can learn from. Pays $250 for short
profiles (500 -- 1,000 words), $500 for long profiles (1,500-
2,000 words). Payment within 7 days of acceptance. Writer can
be located anywhere in North America. Regular, recurring
assignments available to standouts.
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Junior Baseball, the magazine that has connected families to
the game for more than 15 years, has a special freelance
opportunity for a couple of writers who can dedicate a chunk
of time this Winter in the Grapefruit or Cactus leagues at
MLB spring training. You will be in either Florida or Arizona
while MLB teams prepare for the season ahead. You will
interview players to develop a series of "How To" / "Top Tips
from the Pros" articles for our younger readers, ages 7-17.
Your credentials should show an ability to write for teens,
tweens and youngsters; knowledge and understanding of the
game of baseball; and solid writing skills. Lodging, travel
and food is your responsibility. Payment is flat fee per
article. Ideal for sports journalist already planning to
cover Spring Training. Only submissions with resume, clips,
and cover letter detailing your preferred location,
compensation requirements and availability between when
pitchers & catchers report to Opening Day, will be considered.
Please respond to: email@example.com.
Seeking submissions for Pentimento Magazine, a new literary
magazine for the disabled community.
Submissions can be by a disabled individual or an individual
who is part of the disabled community, such as a family member,
educator, therapist, etc. We are a paying market.
For more information, please visit www.pentimentomagazine.org