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Writing Jobs, January 31, 2018

Good morning, writers! Another great list of writing opportunities today, so pourIMG_20180116_091134_454 yourself a cup of coffee and read on.

Don’t forget to enter my giveaway for a large 2018 weekly/monthly planner here. It’s perfect for writers who prefer a large agenda to keep track of writing projects and deadlines or those who just love pretty office supplies. 😉

If you’re here looking to hire a writer, get in touch with me or submit a free job ad here.

Remote Writing Jobs (Work from home writing jobs)

DIGITAL MARKETING CONTENT WRITER – Measure Marketing Results Inc. – Canadian freelance writing jobs: Our company is hiring freelance writers to write well-crafted blog entries, approximately 350-400 words in length. Freelancers will be asked to compose between 1-10 blogs per month. Payment is $30 per blog, paid at the end of the month. Blog topics range from the manufacturing industry, healthcare, technology, real estate, and law. Ideal candidates must have: The ability to meet deadlines and follow directions; Excellent grammar and research skills; A mature and creative voice; Experience writing online SEO content… Read more/apply

WEB CONTENT WRITER – Hennessey Consulting – Remote writing jobs: If you have an excellent command of the English language, are a master researcher and evaluator of sources, know the principles of writing for the Web and how to apply them, and are interested in receiving weekly assignments and timely pay, then, you will want to respond to this ad! Our company writes content for attorneys nationwide who specialize in the following areas of law: personal injury (motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice); bankruptcy; trusts and estates; mediation; workers’ compensation; Social Security and veterans disability claims; family (divorce, child custody, child support); criminal defense, and more… Read more/apply

FREELANCE GAMING WRITER – The – Remote freelance writing jobs: The editorial team at is looking for a writer to contribute dynamic list-based articles for our new site. At TheGamer, we require writers who are driven to succeed, have a way with words, and keep up with what’s trending in the world of gaming. We’re looking for original, informative, and eye-catching articles that will change the way people think about the gaming world… Read more/apply

FOOD WRITER – Box’d Fresh – Freelance writing jobs: To write weekly on all things food-related: From sourcing healthy, creative and inspiring recipes to writing the inside scoop on the hottest places to dine across the UK, our food blog content is designed to offer as much value as possible to our site visitors! We’re keen to work with a freelancer to help write content for us regularly which engages our audience and helps grow organic traffic to our site… Read more/apply

Writer –  NYC- based marketing & PR company – Remote writing jobs: Write Creative Descriptions & Landing Pages For a Bunch of Services. Telecommuting okay. Online marketing & PR company needs someone to write 2 or 3 sentence descriptions for a whole bunch of our services, plus landing pages for them. To do this, you should know something about online marketing and about PR. Pay is $20/hr and I expect that a description will take about 5 minutes, a landing page about an hour. Here is an example of how the descriptions work: Service: Reputation Protection. Creative Title: Have A Say In Your Online Reputation. Description: There’s always someone who doesn’t like you, but it’s how many people do like you that makes your reputation. Drown detractors in a chorus of friends… Read more/apply

Canadian Writing Jobs (On-Site Writing Jobs in Canada)

WEB CONTENT COORDINATOR – Sunwing Vacations Inc. – Toronto, ON: OVERALL OBJECTIVE: We are looking for an individual to join our exciting Partner Development Department as a Web Content Coordinator.  The qualified candidate will ensure product information for Sunwing, Signature Vacations and other Sunwing Travel Group brands is accurate, persuasive, and always up-to-date. The role will report to the Director, Product Support and will be located in Toronto, ON. RESPONSIBILITIES: Create and maintain product pages by inputting product information into the content/product information management system; Coordinate with Product Specialists to ensure the latest hotel fact sheets and product information is retrieved; Coordinate with Product Specialists to retrieve answers and respond to product inquiries; Monitor/Audit WEB on a regular basis per destination… Read more/apply

FREELANCE TRENDING NEWS WRITER – StyleDemocracy – Mississauga, ON: Pays $25 – $50 an hour: StyleDemocracy is looking for a passionate Trending news Editor to start our Mississauga content team ( We are one of Canada’s largest off-price liquidation event companies and use content to engage our loyal follower and to attract new audiences. Candidates considered will be hired on per article freelancing contract. We are looking for someone who is connected to the Toronto and Canadian retail community. Our writer will be able to develop breaking stories as well as create content based trending news stories. Responsibilities and Duties: Attending retail events and developing contacts; Creating day to day retail themed content; Representing the StyleDemocracy brand offline and online; Brainstorming with writing team… Read more/apply

JUNIOR COPYWRITER – ecobee – Toronto, ON: Our Junior Copywriter is someone who knows how to listen and understand our audience, then help create the right content and messaging in the right social channels to communicate with them. A conceptual thinker and storyteller, you’ll collaborate with the marketing team to create communications that represent our brand and speak directly to our customers. You’ll be an integral member of the in-house creative team within Marketing, and will craft everything from social media posts, to customer driven emails, blog content, display ads, and more… Read more/apply

EDITORIAL WRITER, TRENDING NEWS – Stockhouse – Vancouver, BC: Help grow Stockhouse’s readership and community by writing about what is trending – today that means 100% of your focus will be on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies, and as the trends change, so will the focus. Bring your knowledge of the investment community, financial markets, social media, online journalism and user-generated content management. Key Job Responsibilities: Write a minimum of two 1,200 + word “deep dive” artcles weekly, on current trend focus including 101 and other educational style pieces; Research daily news resulting in a minimum of two current trend focus updates written and posted per day; Conduct interviews and podcasts with CEOs and industry leaders… Read more/apply

CONTENT WRITER – Lift – Toronto, ON: As Lift’s Content Writer, you will be expected to develop deep cannabis product knowledge and translate this knowledge to a cannabis 101 online learning guide and other educational content. You will coordinate with Lift’s design and video teams to create a compelling and visually-stunning cannabis learning experience. Your content will be informed by keyword research and SEO opportunities uncovered by the marketing team. Your goal will be to grow’s pageviews and to optimize content revenue. From time-to-time, you will direct freelancers and edit their work to fulfill your objectives… Read more/apply

DIGITAL CONTENT WRITER / STRATEGIST – Grade A Digital – Nepean, ON: Do you love telling stories, engaging with the community and developing a brand voice? Grade A Digital is currently looking to add a Digital Content Writer/Strategist to our team. What you bring: Outstanding writing, editing, and proofreading skills; Personal ownership of each client’s brand, and the drive to ensure they’re succeeding online; Ability to work closely within a team, and ownership of your work; Must be a highly motivated self-starter, with entrepreneurial instincts who’s not afraid to speak up for the clients; A passion for content creation that goes beyond work hours; Experience using and marketing across social networks… Read more/apply

Calls for Submissions

Poetry Magazine – What kind of work is Poetry looking for? poetry magazine
We examine all work received and accept that which seems best. We consider original works written in the English language as well as translations of poetry into English. We regret that the volume of submissions received and the small size of our staff do not permit us to give individual criticism.

Does Poetry accept previously published material?
No. We cannot consider anything that has been previously published or accepted for publication, anywhere, in any form. Work that has appeared online is considered to have been previously published and should not be submitted.

Does Poetry pay money?
Yes. Payment is made on publication at the rate of $10 per line (with a minimum payment of $300), and $150 per page of prose, for first serial rights. All rights will revert to the author upon publication. Authors will also receive two contributor copies of the issue in which their work appears.

How do I submit my work to Poetry?
As of July 2013, we no longer accept paper submissions. We now have an online system for you to send us your work. It will securely send our editors your work and e-mail you a confirmation that it has been received. When you are ready to submit, please visit our submission system at Your account will be set up during your first submission. There is no need to create an account beforehand.

Once you have submitted your work, you can check the status of your submission by signing into your Submittable account.

What file types can I submit?
Under the “Poetry” category, submit files in one of the following formats only:

Word document (.doc) files

Rich Text Format (.rtf) files

Text (.txt) files

Portable Document Format (.pdf) files

Word Perfect (.ppf) files

We now also have a “Visual Poetry” category which accepts the following: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PDF, and Word document files.

Please note that submissions are limited to four poems (1 file), and should not exceed ten pages. Poems should be submitted in a single file, with poems separated by titles or page breaks. Please include all writer contact info on the first page of the submitted file.

When can I submit to Poetry?
We accept submissions year round. We ask that you do not make multiple submissions: please wait for a response to your submission before sending new work.

How soon can I expect to hear about my submission?
Out of respect for poets, we are doing everything we can to minimize response time. We will do our best to respond within seven months from the day of receipt, but are sometimes slower in responding. Please be patient! It is our goal to make sure each submission gets a good read. Adhering to our single submission of four poems or fewer at a time will help insure a timely response to your work.

Please ensure that you set your e-mail spam filter to allow mail from both and; otherwise notification regarding your submission may be marked as junk mail.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:


FRiGG: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry is published online twice a year, in the frigg-spring-2017-spring/summer and fall/winter. FRiGG publishes literary fiction: flash-length short stories of up to 1,000 words, and longer short stories from 1,200 to 8,000 words. We publish poetry and prose poetry of any length. We also publish creative nonfiction from 1,200 to 8,000 words.

We accept simultaneous submissions. Please let us know if the submission has been accepted elsewhere.

We take approximately two weeks to three months to respond to submissions. Feel free to contact us at any time to ask about the status of your submission.


We run flash fiction (up to 1,000 words) and longer short stories (1,200 to 8,000 words). Please submit all work in one file. We prefer to run flash fiction in groups of at least three, although sometimes we make exceptions.

We will consider work that has appeared in print if it does not appear on the print magazine’s website. If the work appears or is archived in another online magazine, we will not consider it for FRiGG.

We welcome simultaneous submissions. If the submission is accepted elsewhere, please notify us. Our response time is about two weeks to three months. Ask us at any time about the status of your submission.


Note: The upcoming issue of FRiGG (fall/winter 2017) is closed for poetry (we’ve accepted enough the poetry to fill the issue). Nevertheless, we read year round, so you’re welcome to submit poetry at any time, but keep in mind that any poetry we accept will not appear until the spring 2018 issue of FRiGG.

We run poetry of any length. Please submit all work in one file. We prefer to run shorter poetry in groups of at least three, although sometimes we make exceptions if the poem is quite long.

We will consider work that has appeared in print if it does not appear on the print magazine’s website. If the work appears or is archived in another online magazine, we will not consider it for FRiGG.

We welcome simultaneous submissions. If the submission is accepted elsewhere, please notify us. Our response time is about two weeks to three months. Ask us at any time about the status of your submission.

Creative Nonfiction

We will consider nonfiction submissions such as essays, memoirs, life experiences, profiles, and opinion pieces. Word count ranges from 1,200 to 8,000.

Please send one nonfiction piece at a time. If the work appears (or is archived) in another online magazine, we will not (with rare exceptions) consider it for FRiGG

We will consider work that has appeared in print if it does not appear on the print magazine’s website.

We welcome simultaneous submissions. If the submission is accepted elsewhere, please notify us. Our response time is about two weeks to three months. Ask us at any time about the status of your submission.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:


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Giveaway! Win a Sweet 2018 Day Planner!

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Writing Jobs, January 30, 2018

Raise your hand if you’re sick of winter! We got a big dumping of snow again yesterday computer in the snow istockand other than snow making for great staying-in-and-writing weather, I’m pretty much over it already.

Anyhoo, let’s get to today’s writing jobs, which include a lot of remote / freelance writing gigs, as well as a couple of literary magazines looking for submissions. My fellow Canucks will also find a few Canadian writing jobs on the list, including a couple of remote writing opportunities for companies in Canada.

Got a little sidetracked with the snow yesterday so I will be posting details about that giveaway today, so be sure to check back.

Remote Writing Jobs (Work from Anywhere Writing Jobs)

FREELANCE FASHION WRITER – WPromote – Remote writing jobs: Our award-winning campaigns have helped hundreds of companies from startups to Fortune 500 brands thrive. If you’ve heard of Toyota, Verizon, Forever 21, Marriott, Wienerschnitzel, or Papyrus you’ve heard of our clients. And we want you to join us in making our clients even better. You Must Have Bachelor’s degree; English, Writing, or related field preferred; Knowledge of SEO best practices and experience writing SEO-optimized copy; Solid MS Office skills; Experience writing fashion and lifestyle content; must be fashion- and trend-savvy and current on the season’s trends; The lingo down of this niche market; The ability to be efficient, detail-oriented, and reliable; Proven experience writing to different target audiences and adjusting your writing style as needed… Read more/apply

VIRAL CONTENT WRITER – The Viral Times – Remote writing jobs: Do you enjoy following online trends and watching how they play out? Are you a social media addict and love nothing more than memes, and all that social media has to offer? We are looking for creative content writers who are quick to pick up online stories and put a spin on them. The perfect candidate for this job would be an expert in finding viral content, shared hear warming content from all over the internet. Responsibilities/Requirements include but not limite to; searching through sources (provided or you can use your own) then pitching the title to an editor; must be willing to write at least 3 500 word articles per day; catchy viral style headlines of 96 characters or even less; high speed story turnaround times required… Read more/apply

CONTENT MARKETING MANAGER – HostPapa Inc. – Remote writing jobs Canada: We are currently seeking a Content Marketing Manager who will be responsible for the production of original, informative, compelling content. This includes ensuring that consistent messaging is present in all written material used in all our channels, including our websites, blog, customer support knowledgebase, email, and social media platforms. You’ll manage multiple projects concurrently using your superior attention to detail and ability to proactively communicate with multiple internal and external contributors. Although this position is not for a writer, the successful candidate must be able to effectively evaluate the writing skills of others, including editing others’ work and occasionally writing content pieces him or herself where required… Read more/apply

WRITERS – Point Visible – Freelance writing jobs: You have awesome article ideas and you just have to share it with the rest of the world? You’ve come to the right place. Except if you want to write about coffee. While we do enjoy this godly beverage and consume it in concerning amounts, I’m afraid that really isn’t our cup of tea. You see what I did there? Clever stuff, I know. Moving on. We have pretty detailed guest post guidelines to ensure that only worthy posts get published and that we don’t have to spend hours editing them because Aint Nobody Got Time For That. What are we looking for: we believe that you need at least 1500 words to be able to properly cover a particular topic; our main focus is on digital marketing (with a strong focus on content marketing), SEO, social media, penalty recovery and graphic design… Read more/apply

FREELANCE RESUME WRITER – CMP.Jobs – Remote writing jobs: Do you have excellent written and verbal communication skills? Are you an experienced writer? Employer is looking for candidates to join its virtual team of resume experts! Employer is the worlds leading resume writing company and has one of the largest professional resume writing networks in the industry! With excellent resources, internal support and a skilled team of writers, Employer provides expertly written resumes, CVs, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles to job seekers worldwide. Key responsibilities: Partner with job seekers via phone or email to understand their career history and objectives; Write stellar resumes utilizing Employers framework and writer support services… Read more/apply

FREELANCE WRITERS – See Delightful – Freelance writing jobs: We are looking for lively, original, well-written articles for a lifestyle blog. The articles should provide useful information and fresh ideas. Topics include Fashion, Health and Beauty, Travel and Outdoor, Food and drink. Type of articles: How-to’s and Tutorials; Lists, Resources or Link Lists, Cheat Sheets, Checklists and To-do’s; Reviews; Controversial posts or fresh ideas of a trending topic. Style: Article much be at least 1000 words; Start with your most important message. Don’t warm your reader up with background information; Structure your work accordingly, with headings, subheadings and lots of white space… Read more/apply

SENIOR CONTENT / COPY WRITER – Red Stamp Agency – Remote writing jobs CANADA: Chime is a concierge social marketing service specializing in high-quality content. We’re looking for a talented Senior Content/Copywriter to join our team and contribute blog articles, newsletters, e-books, and other content that will help our clients engage with their audiences. This role really comes down to one thing: writing amazing content that people will want to read and share. As our Senior Content/Copywriter you have a strong ability to write about, well, anything, because our clients come from all sorts of industries specialities. You’ll need to thrive in a fast-paced environment and be eager to work with a rapidly growing marketing agency… Read more/apply

Canadian Writing Jobs (On-Site Writing Jobs in Canada)

SENIOR WRITER – ThinkPoint Group – Ottawa, ON: Pays $100,000 a year. We are currently recruiting for a senior level Communications/Writer for a contract opportunity within the Department of National Defence. This role is estimated to run for approx. 1 year at 3 days per week. Responsibilities and Duties: The senior writer to the Director Finance Community Development Group will be required to possess the following skill set and experience: Experience in leading communication activities at the senior management level in a large and decentralized organization; Knowledge of resource management for a federal department; Experience in the development of complex communication strategies for a federal department; Be fluently bilingual in both official languages; Hold a valid Enhanced Reliability Clearance with the Federal Government of Canada… Read more/apply

SENIOR COPYWRITER – SpinMaster – Toronto, ON: Who are you? You’re a storyteller, wordsmith, maybe even a brand poet – regardless you have 5+ years of advertising experience and can crank out killer integrated campaigns. You’re one part writer, one part child. Your imagination is just as wacky as your creative, but it always lands on strategy. You’ve shot TV commercials. You intimately understand the ins and outs of video production. You’re a digital wizard who knows how to roll up their sleeves and give an audience the content they not only need, but also deserve. You’ve seen Big. And if you haven’t, you’ll watch it. You make kids laugh. You may even have a few kids of your own. You watch cartoons, read comics, and can race to the ruff-ruff rescue to hit a tough deadline. But most importantly you channel all of your childlike enthusiasm into creating exceptional, groundbreaking work… Read more/apply

TECHNICAL WRITER – Ping Identity – Halifax, NS: As a Technical Writer, you will be responsible for helping our technical prospects and customers plan and build solutions with our products and APIs, from the evaluation stage to actual use. You will develop and write API reference documentation, code samples, developer guides and admin product guides for Ping Identity’s suite of identity security software and services, collaborating with a team of product managers, software engineers, and testers. Job Functions: Writes accurate and professional DITA XML-based technical content, adhering to DITA information model, style guide, and other content-related standards; Conceive and write admin-centric product documentation in collaboration with product managers and subject matter experts; Conceive and write API reference documentation, developer-centric guides, and code samples for developers and product implementers… Read more/apply

TECHNICAL WRITER – SmartSimple Software  – Toronto, ON: The primary task of the Marketing/Technical Writer is responsible for ensuring all client facing communication is written in a consistent style ensuring the brand message is conveyed in a clear and concise manner to all audiences. This includes, but is not limited to sales and marketing material, training material as well as technical documents; Create and maintain templates using MS Office applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Interview and collaborate with subject matter experts (SMEs) to capture processes and procedures, and create content for end-user and technical guides and standard operating procedures (SOPs)… Read more/apply

Calls for Submissions

The Establishment – Are you looking to share your articulate and well-researched the establishment writingjobscanada.camusings on Mesopotamian dinosaurs, the politics of denim, the unexpected relationship between neo-conservatism and feminism, adolescent self-discovery, unlikely animal friendships, sploshing, the plight of restorative justice told through a graphic novel, the sordid history of the salt trade, racial disparity in the criminal justice system, the latest congressional health care death match . . . or anything in between?

Are you a maker? A photographer? A director? A hang-gliding genderqueer rapper? We want your stories, your inspirations, your dogged research and epiphanic insight.

The Establishment is looking to unearth overlooked stories, produce original reporting, and provide a platform for voices that have been marginalized by the mainstream media. And yes, we want your humor, wit, and good old-fashioned satire, too. We publish originally reported features, interviews, long-form journalism, personal essays, and multimedia of all shapes, sizes, and creeds.

The Nitty Gritty

We pay $125 for feature stories, op-eds, and personal essays (800–1,500 words), and $500 for a select few long-form investigative pieces that involve original reporting and at least five interviews (3,000 words). All multimedia submissions are paid for on a case-by-case basis, but we pay everyone an egalitarian rate for every contribution they make.

How to pitch:

To submit a pitch, email us at, including the word “pitch” in the subject line. If the pitch is time-sensitive, please note this in the subject line as well, with the words “Time Sensitive.”

Your pitch should be 2–4 paragraphs in length and as specific as possible. Please include when applicable:

  • A thesis
  • The historical or cultural context of the piece you’re looking to write
  • Why your proposed piece is important
  • Existing research you’re looking to draw from
  • Potential interview subjects
  • Relevant information on a news hook
  • Expected word length

You’re also welcome to submit full-length, previously unpublished articles. When submitting, please include information on the piece in the body of the email.

If you’ve never written for us, include three links to previously published work. Do not send us zip files or Dropbox links — we won’t open them. We of course love publishing first-time writers, but in these cases, any example of writing is appreciated.

We aim to respond to pitches within two weeks. If you do not hear back in this timeframe, we’ve decided not to move forward with your story. We do read all the pitches we receive — honest! — but due to volume, we’re unable to respond to each one.

Other valuable intel:

Our audience is international and we gladly accept pitches from writers around the world. Hyperlocal news, however, is not typically relevant for us.

We love pitches that feature original reporting and research. Personal essays are also in our wheelhouse, but please make sure these will resonate not just with those who know you, but with a diverse readership — take us from the “I” to the universal.

Be as clear and specific as possible in your pitches. Thorough/compelling pitches let us know that the final product will likely be the same.

We are a women-funded-and-run company, but that certainly doesn’t mean we don’t accept pitches from cis men. If you’re pitching us, check out our website to get a feel for what we publish.

We are open to publishing previously published works; rates vary depending on the situation.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:


CRAFT Literary  – CRAFT is an online publication celebrating both emerging and craft literary writingjobscanada.caestablished writers. Our focus is on the craft of writing and how those elements make a good story great. We are interested in strong fiction that shines because of its exploration of craft. We feature new and republished fiction; critical pieces on craft; craft exercises; interviews on craft with established writers; book reviews and summaries; and much more.

STORIES by Michael McGriff, Clare Beams, Melissa Yancy, Megan Cummins, Bret Anthony Johnston, and more. Our entirely library can be found on our fiction page.

CRAFT Fiction Guidelines

Our CRAFT Fiction categories are open year-round to any emerging or established author. We accept submissions from international writers. We accept simultaneous submissions but ask that you inform us immediately and withdraw your work if your story is accepted elsewhere. We pay our authors a flat rate of $100 for flash fiction and $0.10/word up to $200 for original short fiction. We do not charge submission fees, but are highly selective in what we choose to publish.

We will also consider previously published fiction, as long as the writer retains the rights or second-publication rights can be obtained. We do not pay for reprints.

Each published story will include an editor’s introduction as well as a craft note from the author. To read previously published stories, please see our CRAFT Fiction page.

To see a list of our most commonly asked questions about submitting to us, please visit our FAQ page. If you have additional questions after reading our FAQ or would like to query a current submission, please send an email to: contact (at) craftliterary (dot) com

CRAFT Fiction Submission Categories:

Flash Fiction, for work under 1,000 words

Short Fiction, for work under 7,000 words

We are planning to provide opportunities for Novellas and Novel Chapters. Keep checking back to see the latest!

To read full submission guidelines, go to:



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Writing Jobs, January 29, 2018

Pour yourself a Monday-sized cup of coffee and see if any of today’s writing jobs tickle JD_LifeAndBiz-Nordic_White_Gray_7 writingjobscanada.cayour fancy. There are remote and freelance writing jobs, as well as a couple of calls for submissions. For my fellow Canadian writers, there are also opportunities to write for two big Canadian organizations.

To help brighten up your Monday, I’ll also be hosting a little giveaway later today so be sure to pop by and enter!

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Remote Writing Jobs (Work from Home Writing Jobs)

TRAVEL WRITER – ELITE DAILY – Remote writing jobs: Elite Daily is seeking a part-time travel writer with a background in travel and a deep passion for seeing, experiencing, and sharing the world with others. Applicants should be interested in finding the coolest destinations to add to their bucket lists, figuring out where to go on vacation with their best friends, their partner, or by themselves, finding and staying at the best, most exciting hotels, Airbnbs, and hostels around the country and the world; tracking down affordable travel and building a travel budget, booking cheap airfare, learning about different food, cultures, and customs, and knowing the most Instagrammable sites and scenic beaches to check out. Applicants need to have experience and comfort writing about popular, up-and-coming, and remote destinations, should have an endless stream of airport and travel hacks, and should be eager to share these tips and tricks with like-minded millennial readers… Read more/apply

HEALTH AND WELNNES WRITERS – Tidelands Health – Freelance writing jobs: Our growing, three-hospital health system in coastal South Carolina is seeking several experienced writers for regular freelance work writing health and wellness articles.  Applicants should have previous journalism experience. Preferred candidates will have a background writing about health and wellness topics for a general audience.  Qualified candidates must be able to demonstrate the following: Ability to produce accurate and polished copy on a regular basis; Exceptional planning and organizational skills; Strong multi-tasking and communication skills; Knowledge of, and interest in, health and wellness; Fluency in AP style… Read more/apply

FREELANCE TRAVEL WRITERS – TripSavvy – Remote writing jobs: TripSavvy is looking for talented freelance editors & writers to update and maintain libraries of travel content in multiple destinations. The right candidates will be eagle-eyed editors who are comfortable working in a CMS, sourcing photos, researching destinations, and improving existing articles. You should have a strong understanding of the travel industry and live in (or frequently travel to) the place you’d like to cover. These roles are a mix of updating and writing new content; applicants should feel comfortable doing both… Read more/apply

TECH WRITERS – Make Tech Easier – Remote writing jobs: Are you seriously obsessed with your computer and mobile and have tons of tips, tricks and advises that you always share with others? Are you always the guy/gal that your friends go to when they have problems with their PC? Or are you always connected to the Web and looking for cool and useful stuff to share with your friends? If that is who you are, then you are the one we are looking for. What do you need to become a Make Tech Easier writer? If you are wondering if you fit the bill to become the NEXT superstar in MakeTechEasier, here’s the requirement: Are you good at explaining complicated stuff and make it easy for anyone to follow? Can you write regular posts on a long-term basis? At least 1-2 500-800 words articles every week? Do you have a good working knowledge of the WordPress blogging platform… Read more/apply

MARKETING CONTENT WRITER – Codeless – Remote writing jobs: We’re looking for writers. Preferably, ones that don’t suck. 😉 Seriously though. This person should be: A Digital Native: Ya gots to know how to use the computers. We’ll teach you the technical marketing stuff. But we don’t give Microsoft Office lessons. (Because we don’t use Microsoft Office. Because it’s awful.) Marketing-Obsessed: You better read Kissmetrics, Unbounce, AdEspresso, etc. Because we write for Kissmetrics, Unbounce, AdEspresso, etc. Comfortable Writing. A Lot: Average content is 2-3k words. Each typically takes ~4 hours. Most of that is research and prep. Sounds boring… because it is. You have to derive some weird pleasure out of that process. Most don’t. I don’t blame them… Read more/apply

CONTRIBUTING WRITER / EDITOR – SOAPS Entertainment Daily – Remote writing jobs: Entertainment Daily’s continued growth means we are now looking for an experienced writer with a love of daytime television, particularly SOAPS to join our team as a regular freelance or full-time writer/editor. You will know the big four soaps (B&B, Y&R, Days… and General Hospital) intimately and be able to write compelling recaps, viewer reaction pieces, tantalizing spoilers and breaking news about the stars of the shows. We’re based in Burbank but we’re happy to work with remote writers. Please note we are only interested in journalists with proven experience writing about these shows. If you’re not a journalist, please do not apply… Read more/apply

Canadian Writing Jobs (On-site Writing Jobs in Canada)

WEB CONTENT WRITER – Rona Inc. – Boucherville, QC: The Web Content Writer is responsible for researching product information, writing content and publishing products online. The WCW ensures the enrichment and optimization of information from the product catalog and updates product data on, and on a daily basis. The WCW plays a crucial role in reaching online publishing and sales objectives. Responsibilities also include scanning and identifying issues that impact the online retail selling environment, validating issues and recommending long-term solutions. As the industry is fast-paced, keeping informed of industry trends and business issues is critical to an individual’s success in this role… Read more/apply

CONTENT WRITER Coveo Solutions – Montreal, QC: Get ready to flex your creative muscles. As a content writer, your primary responsibility will be to create compelling content that will generate awareness, engage our prospects and eventually get them to convert. You’ll be fundamental in communicating our value through news releases, blogs, white papers, e-books, case studies, infographics copy and more! Coveo prides itself on helping companies deliver relevant end-to-end digital experiences and we’re equally committed to offering that same experience to our own audience. Our content plays a big role in making that happen… Read more/apply

WRITER – idig Marketing – Oakville, ON: Join a growing organization, share your insights and gain experience working on real-world marketing solutions for your clients. It’s all part of being on the creative team at idig. We are looking for new team members that understand the modern world of marketing. The use of content, integration with media and pace of communication continues to evolve and we help our clients manage through this challenge. For today’s marketers, the road to understanding a client’s business and consumer base is paved with data, multiple platforms and competitive challenges. Creative thinking and a strategic process are key skills that idig writers must master. Responsibilities and Duties: Develop and adjust content strategies based on client demographics, marketing goals and media platform; Offer insight and support to social media team… Read more/apply

SENIOR EDITORIAL WRITER – Hydro One – Toronto, ON: The incumbent must develop and be responsible for the planning, writing, and editing of a variety of internal and, on occasion, external communication materials. The candidate must also edit articles written by others to ensure that they meet divisional and departmental requirements. General Accountabilities: Develop and be responsible for the planning, writing, editing and publishing of a variety of communication materials, including employee and customer newsletters (e.g., Between The Lines), the annual report and other corporate reports (e.g., Pension Report), corporate messages, marketing materials, advertising copy, scripts, speeches, bulletins, announcements and Internet / Intranet (i.e., HydroNet) content in accordance with corporate, divisional and departmental objectives… Read more/apply

CREATIVE CONTENT WRITER – Union Marketing – Vaughan, ON: As a unionized firm, we offer a wide variety of benefits to employees. Union Marketing offers its employees job security, health and dental benefits as well as a fun, relaxed and diverse work environment to enhance personal and professional growth. General description of duties : The Creative Content Writer will craft a range of content, including website copy, news articles, social media content and other content to support marketing initiatives that Union Marketing delivers. Responsibilities: Write clear and concise copy for web and social media; Ensure that project copy is in tune with client’s writing style; Edit and adapt copy to suit a variety of media platforms and audiences as required; Responsible for technical accuracy & flow of written copy; Review all copy for grammatical spelling errors prior to final delivery… Read more/apply

Calls for Submissions

True Story – Submissions accepted year round. The Creative Nonfiction Foundation is true story magazine writingjobscanada.capleased to announce that, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, we’ve started a new monthly magazine. Each issue of True Story will features one exceptional work of creative nonfiction, and is distributed in print and digitally (though not available online).

Submissions should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words long, on any subject, in any style.* Surprise us! The only rules are that all work submitted must be nonfiction and original to the author, and we will not consider previously published work.

We’ll pay $300 on publication and give you 10 free copies of “your” issue.

We’ll do our best to respond to submissions within three months. We can’t promise to consider work submitted for True Story for any of CNF’s other projects or publications—but we reserve the right to do so.

Guidelines: Essays must be previously unpublished and no longer than 10,000 words. Multiple submissions are welcome, as are entries from outside the United States. You may submit essays online or by regular mail.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:


New Haven Review – The New Haven Review was founded to be a venue for writersnew haven review associated with the Greater New Haven area and to resuscitate the art of the book review. But mostly, we’re interested in publishing good writing, by which we mean writing we like and want to see more of in this world. We like to see submissions from writers who can claim some connection to Greater New Haven, no matter how spurious, though it’s not mandatory. We also like to see book reviews that are better than the book reviews you usually see out there, for whatever reason. But that said, we mostly publish essays, fiction (of any genre), poetry, and occasionally photojournalism. You might be able to convince us to publish something other than any of these things, if we think it’s really, really good. So write to us and tell us what you’ve got.


Our nonfiction and fiction editors’ collective taste is maddeningly vague; we just know what we like. We’ve published some things that we think are just terrific examples of the tried-and-true ways of writing as we understand that term, here in the adolescence of the twenty-first century. We’ve also published some things that have a lot of fun with form, conventions, and genre, potentially at the expense of losing a few people, but hopefully to the great delight of others. We’ve published some things because reading them was like drinking a warm cup of cocoa. We’ve published other things because reading them was like swallowing a boxful of tacks, or perhaps binging on chocolate-covered garlic. Although we are extremely unlikely to publish your novel-length manuscript, there are no strict guidelines for length. So far, our shorter pieces tend to run to about 1,200 words; longer pieces run several thousand.

We have switched to Submittable to submit nonfiction and fiction. If you’re interested in submitting, please click here.

When submitting nonfiction, it is an excellent idea to briefly make a pitch as a cover letter. When submitting fiction, we don’t really care about the cover letter, so do whatever you want with that. Entertaining cover letters are fun. Our response time, due to us being a tiny volunteer staff with day jobs and families and hopes and dreams and the like, may range from a few weeks to what will feel like, or may in fact be, several months. We come out twice a year, and the truth is that we sort of have reading periods for each issue, but as they tend to change as our schedules allow, it’s not informative to tell you when they are, and besides, we want you to be able to submit when the mood strikes you, and not according to our own crazy lives. However, if you think you might have fallen through the cracks, please submit again. We won’t hold it against you.


Our poetry editors have keen eyes and discerning taste, so send your best work. We want poems that take us somewhere, poems that keep us awake for the entire ride, poems that pay close attention to how we got there. We’ll also consider translations of poems in other languages (space, font, and layout skills permitting, we’d run the original and the English translation side by side). Submit 4-6 poems by clicking here. Be sure to include contact information on every page of your file. You’ll hear from us in two to four months.


We pay at least $500 for prose pieces, fiction or nonfiction. We pay at least $25 per poem, and are often amenable to publishing more than one of an author’s poems. Each contributor also gets a couple issues of the journal in which they appear. Our print edition is sleek and handsome, but all of its content appears on this website in electronic form as well, for free, because that’s the way people do it in this day and age.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:


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Writing Jobs, January 26, 2018

It’s the wee hours of the morning and possibly even too early for coffee, but I wanted to free stock image writerget today’s writing jobs list posted before I pack up and head back to reality after a two-day writing retreat. By retreat, I mean two days in a mediocre hotel an hour and half away from home where I did nothing but work on my manuscript. Sometimes a change of scenery and being away from everyday distractions can work wonders on your writing.

Today’s list has got an opportunity for script writers, a few content writing and copywriting jobs, and a call for submissions.

Have a great weekend!

Remote Writing Jobs (Work-from-Home Writing Jobs)  

FREELANCE SCRIPT WRITER – Filmless – Work from home writing job: We’re looking for flexible, creative, and ambitious copywriters to write, edit and review video scripts. You must be able to generate great ideas and write scripts/treatments for a wide variety of client’s products and services. This is a work from home job so you can work from any city, state, or country. Specifically, you should be able to: Develop concepts, storyboards, and write script content for various types of videos (explainer, promo, and interview style videos); Create the angle, content, and tone according to the needs of the client and the audience for each video; Collaborate with clients and team members Qualifications: 5+ years of experience in content and script writing that appeals to wide audiences; Well organized and detail oriented; Ability to manage multiple projects of varying complexities, meet deadlines, and work well under pressure; Must own a Mac or Windows based PC or laptop… Read more/apply

EXPERT CONTENT WRITERS – Express Writers – Work from home writing jobs: Our large writing agency is looking to staff up to 3 new content writers (blogs, web pages, etc). This is a full/part time opportunity, work from home.  Our writing levels and pay are on a sliding scale, based on research/topics. This is CONSISTENT work. We’re looking for a 2,000w/day commitment minimum (M-F). Turnaround is usually 2-4 days per assignment – we set custom due dates and are flexible, provided you communicate well and timely. We are especially looking for full time expert writers, who can research and write on almost any topic with excellent results (tech, finance, SEO, content marketing). Deep research and top-notch writing is key to success in this role. Our top full-time experts make $1000-1200/every two weeks and are in demand with our writers… Read more/apply

GUEST BLOGGER – QBox – Remote writing jobs: HAVE IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE OF BACK-END TECHNOLOGIES! We seek talented writers and developers who will write and share deep tutorial content, articles, videos, and other content related to solving problems using our open source container orchestration software Supergiant is built on top of Kubernetes, and makes it easier to deploy and manage K8s as well as significantly cutting down cloud hosting costs. You will be invited as a guest blogger and paid for your contributions. Our content director will work with you on topic outlines, and put your submissions through a funnel where it will be edited for English narrative and technical competency. When your piece is published, you get paid. We pay well. If you have the talent to produce high quality content, we will pay $400 per piece… Read more/apply

FREELANCE TECHNICAL WRITER – HostPapa – Work from anywhere writing jobs: We are currently seeking a savvy Technical Writer with a combined passion for technology and writing. This position is an excellent opportunity for versatile creative technical writers seeking a freelance partnership with an innovative company. Responsibilities: Research, write and edit technical content for knowledgebase articles, guides and support material on a wide range of topics including web hosting, email, WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, design tools, SEO, etc.; Develop onboarding material for our customers about their website, email, and applications; Write from a user’s perspective in a category and topic-based structure… Read more/apply

FREELANCE CONTENT WRITERS – Big Leap – Freelance writing jobs: Big Leap is growing quickly and looking for an additional freelance content writers who will spend their time writing web content for our clients as part of their content marketing strategy. Big Leap is an emerging digital marketing agency, headquartered in Lehi, Utah. We specialize in SEO, Content Marketing, Social Media, and all other things digital marketing for great brands in Utah and throughout the United States. Big Leap was recently ranked #8 on the UV50 Fastest Growing Companies and on the 2016 Inc 5000. What you will be doing: Writing blog posts, articles, white papers, eBooks, and other forms of web-based content for a wide range of clients; Editing/proofreading content; Possibly coordinating with freelance writers; Managing content calendars for multiple clients; Helping to formulate content marketing strategy…. Read more/apply

CONTENT WRITER – Growth Team – Remote writing jobs: As a Content Writer at Awesome Motive, you’re responsible for composing articles to educate, inform, and guide individuals on WPBeginner and IsItWP. Key Performance Indicators: The number of publishing deadlines met; Quality of work as graded by your supervisor. REQUIRED: Minimum 2+ years experience as a Content Writer or similar role. REQUIRED: Mid to high-level understanding of WordPress; Excellent overall writing skills in a number of different styles/tones; Basic understanding of design fundamentals; Impeccable spelling and grammar; Great research, organizational, and learning skills; High comprehension of software like Microsoft Word and Google Docs; An understanding of formatting articles on the web; Familiarity with keyword placement and other SEO best practices Experience with online marketing and lead generation… Read more/apply

Canadian Writing Jobs (On-Site Writing Jobs in Canada)

SENIOR EDITOR – Chatelaine – Toronto, ON: Come work with Chatelaine! We are an award-winning, digital-first team with big ideas about what a media brand for Canadian women can be in 2018. We’re looking for a dynamic, energetic person to join our team as Senior Editor. The successful candidate should have at least five years of experience as a handling editor, with a strong digital background and a special aptitude for features. Terrific story ideas, a great ear for display-writing and a sense of humour are key. Reporting to the Executive Editor, this multi-talented journalist can produce daily news stories, engaging opinion and first-person journalism and in-depth reported features across platforms. She or he is a quick thinker, self-starter and an ideas person with a positive, team-focused attitude. What you will be doing: Assign, edit and produce compelling news, lifestyle content and features across platforms (web, mobile, video, print)… Read more/apply

COPYWRITER – BAM Strategy – Montreal, QC: BAM Strategy has been in the business of digital marketing for more than 20 years. We make sure we have an impact on our people, our brands and the bottom-line. We’re curious, we’re passionate about what we do and how to do it better. Our clients recognize that and feel our care no matter the project size. Do you think you could be an amazing addition to the team? Let’s talk. WHAT YOU WILL DO: Provide original, strategically sound and persuasive copy aligned with the client-approved direction; Take the lead on all copywriting done within the agency – both conceptual and long-copy; Act as brand guardian from a copy perspective and ensure the tone of voice guidelines are written and adhered at all time… Read more/apply

COPYWRITER – Mavencare – Toronto, ON: We are looking for a motivated and technologically savvy Copywriter to join our brand team.  As a Copywriter at Mavencare, you will you will ultimately be responsible for helping build and execute Mavencare brand personality through copy in all marketing communications. The ideal candidate will have exceptional communication skills, the capacity to meet tight deadlines, and a passion for our corporate mission. This role reports to the company’s Marketing Director. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop and maintain house style guide and editorial resources; Help formulate Mavencare’s brand personality and voice in copy; Partner with creative resources to ideate new ways of bringing forth Mavencare brand benefits… Read more/apply

CREATIVE COPYWRITER – Hot Soup Marketing Group – Vancouver, BC: Wanted: Creative wordsmith & content creator who loves taking on a range of projects supporting a diverse range of industries – from conceptualization through to creation! You are all about the details. You bring concepts to life with words and stories. You think fast and work quickly. Jumping rapidly – and often – between projects doesn’t intimidate you. You thrive under deadlines and are a legendary multi-tasker. You find reason in chaos. You love to create. You’re looking for more than just a paycheque – you demonstrate accountability, always go the extra mile, and crave results. What you’d actually be doing on the daily: This role is all about execution. An average day could see you crafting social media content calendars with snappy captions for external links, writing branded blog posts, developing creative ad copy, and writing a client’s new white paper… Read more/apply

Calls for Submissions

Terraform – Submissions for Terraform are open to the public, and the ask is simple: terraformWe’re looking for 2,000 words or fewer—a nice, digestible internet length—of speculative fiction honing in on the tech, science, and future culture topics driving the zeitgeist.

We’re looking especially for nearer-future fiction; think a bit more along the lines of sentient chat bots or climate-changed dystopias and less far-flung alien space operas. And we don’t care what form it comes in: Classic-style SF short stories, social media posts from beyond the horizon, fictive data dumps, experimental graphic narratives, and so on. Our baseline rate is $0.20 a word.

Please limit one story per submission. Include a brief, one or two sentence-long description of the story in the body of the email, along with the word count, and any description about yourself or your publication history you’d like to add. We are not currently considering previously published works.

Remember, we’ll run one new story every week. Terraform is a qualifying market for the Science Fiction Writers of America.

NOTE: Due to the overwhelming number of submissions we receive, we can no longer respond to every one of them. If you have not heard from us within four months, you can assume the story has not been accepted for publication.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:


Shimmer MagazineShimmer publishes speculative fiction — science fiction, fantasy, shimmer magazinea dash of literary horror.

Shimmer aspires to publish excellent fiction across lines of race, income, nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, geography, and culture, and therefore encourages submissions of diverse stories from diverse authors. This includes, but is not limited to: people of color, LBGTQIA, women, the impoverished, the elderly, and those with disabilities. We are not interested in acquiring fiction that denigrates or perpetuates stereotypes of the above groups.

We encourage authors of all backgrounds to write stories that include characters and settings as diverse and wondrous as the people and places of the world we live in. Every story sent to us should be well-researched, respectful, and conscientious.

What to send us:

  • Unusual and beautifully-written speculative fiction stories
  • Full plots and strong characters
  • Contemporary fantasy, sometimes SF
  • Unusual stories with a fluid and distinctive voice
  • Odd, unclassifiable stories

Hard Sells:

  • Mermaids
  • Devils
  • Vampires
  • Stories about writers
  • Stories that open with someone waking up
  • Sword and sorcery
  • Hard SF
  • Holiday stories
  • Space opera
  • Paranormal romance
  • Slasher/body-mod horror


  • Stories featuring Nazis as heroes
  • Rape
  • Multiple submissions
  • Simultaneous submissions
  • Reprints
  • Poetry
  • Unsolicited rewrites
  • Stories that have been on your blog
  • Stories that have been on your Patreon
  • Fan fiction
  • Novels
  • Collections


Up to 7500 words

If your story is longer than 7500 words:

Send us a query briefly describing the story along with the first page of the story. Shimmer does not publish books or collections of short fiction.

Payment and Rights:
We pay 5 cents per word, minimum $50. We are purchasing the right to display your story on our website and publish it in our annual print anthology. Four months after publication, most rights revert to the author, but we retain the right to continue selling digital back issues of the magazine, and the right to archive your story.

How to submit:

Shimmer appreciates cover letters.

Do not include a summary

“Dear Editors” works perfectly well

Subject line = Submission: Story Title

Standard manuscript format

Your story should be in English





Not Formats:

do not paste your story into the email window

do not send a PDF, ODT, or Pages file

do not submit via Drive; if using gmail, click the paperclip, not the Drive icon

do not submit via DropBox

do not reply to a rejection with a new submission; this only results in filing the new story under rejections

How Often?
We don’t have a firm policy on how often you may submit but because of our volume of submissions, after receiving a rejection we appreciate a few days between submissions.

Response Time:
We are usually able to reply to submissions within two weeks (final response time is longer if your story ends up in the maybe stack–you are always notified if your story goes into the maybe stack). If it has been longer than one month, feel free to query us at the submission e-mail, with QUERY and story title in the subject line.

International authors:
Shimmer welcomes submissions from authors outside the United States. When possible, please consider having a Paypal account, so payment can be easy on both sides.

To read full submission guidelines, go to:



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Writing Jobs, January 25, 2018

Considering I am away at a self-imposed writing retreat, today’s list isn’t too shabby!IMG_20180124_162412_302

I’ve got remote / work-from-home freelance writing jobs, as well as a call for submissions open to writers anywhere. For my fellow Canucks, there are a few on-site writing and editing opportunities, including one for the Vancouver Whitecaps, should you happen to be a soccer fan.

I’ll get back to my goal of 10K words on my manuscript and this terrible cup of hotel coffee while you check out these writing job leads.

Good luck!

Remote Writing Jobs (Work from Home Writing Jobs)

ENTERTAINMENT WRITER – POPSUGAR Voices – Remote writing jobs: POPSUGAR Voices is hiring! We’re currently looking for remote, part-time writers who can produce content with a quick turnaround for our Entertainment vertical. If you’re obsessed with writing about trending topics; have a flexible schedule; and can turn around clean, witty, clickable copy on a tight deadline, drop us a line! We’re particularly interested in writers who have experiences in these areas: Netflix shows; Theory posts; Access to movie screeners… Read more/apply

LEGAL COPYWRITER – Work from home writing job: We are a law firm marketing company with a national clientele and expanding our team to meet the demand of new clients. Job includes: Writing great autoresponder emails for law firms and attorney clients. We are looking for someone with the following qualifications: Experience working with law firms or attorneys is preferred; Excellent English grammar, speaking and writing skills; Great work ethic; Strong attention to detail; Self-starter, able to work independently; Highly organized; College graduate, JD preferred. Requirements: Have a quiet place to work from your home (this is a work from home position). Fast and stable computer and cable internet connection… Read more/apply

DATING GHOSTWRITERS – VIDA (Virtual Dating Assistants) – Work from home writing jobs: We’re currently hiring 5+ new dating ghostwriters to get dates for our clients on sites & apps like Match, OkCupid, Tinder, and Bumble. (To learn more about how ViDA helps people find love, feel free to visit our website.) Depending on your performance, you’ll earn somewhere between US $13 and $17 per hour. And you’ll do this from the comfort of your own home. It’s fun, flexible and rewarding. Here’s What You’ll Do: Craft magnetically-attractive profiles that grab the reader’s attention right from the start and holds it as she reads every last word; Come up with creative, attractive new icebreaker messages that can be used over and over again; Handle the back-and-forth messages with your client’s matches until you get a phone number or set up a date. Do you have top-notch writing skills and a great sense of humor… Read more/apply

ACADEMIC FREELANCE WRITERS – Remote writing jobs in CANADA: We’re an academic writing and assistance service and we’ve been successful since the mid-90s. We’re very selective on who we bring onboard although we are always looking. One thing that distinguishes our writers from other services is their ability to deliver error-free time sensitive documents. A couple of immediate musts to work with us are: Masters or PhD in your field of specialty; Great researcher first then great writer; Access to your own libraries to find journal articles and high level content; Ability to write quickly and deliver error free documents (recheck your own work)… Read more/apply

WRITERS – Creators Media – Freelance writing jobs: We are looking for writers with a flair – who have a knack to elicit desired actions from readers, with an insightful content. You must be extremely fluent in English. What is the role: Understand the target audience in detail and help craft the content strategy to drive desired actions; Carry out the creative content writing and curation. You will work closely with our editors to drive maximum qualified traffic and engagement to the website and other Brand assets; Work closely to boost SEO efforts and should have an ability to curate meaningful content around keywords. What we are looking for: Bring your unique perspective, and skills to develop effective content strategy; You have a creative mindset and flexibility to operate in the evolving working environment; You look forward to challenges, daily… Read more/apply

FREELANCE CONTENT CREATORS – Espresso Communication – Freelance writing jobs: We are looking for talents to make up our team of freelance content providers! We are searching for journalists specialized in entertainment, money, health & fitness or auto. The candidates must have experience and be comfortable with searching photos on image banks (such as Shutterstock and Getty Images). Great language skills (English) are also required, of course. Applicants must submit a resume and samples of their writing… Read more/apply

Canadian Writing Jobs (On-Site Writing Jobs in Canada)

STAFF WRITER ( – Urbanlinx Media Inc. – Montréal, QC: A major player within urban culture is looking for a staff writer with relevant writing and editing experience to join our team of writers. This position is ideal for a creative individual, who has a familiarity with hip-hop and the adjoining culture, extending to pop culture at large—fashion, tech, movies, TV and sports are all important aspects. This person must come from a strong editorial background, with strong organizational skills and time management skills. Knowledge of the entertainment world is key for this position, as we have one of the youngest and most discerning audiences online, and their tastes evolve a mile a minute. By staying up on all current trends, we ensure that we will be on the same page as our users… Read more/apply

CREATIVE CONTENT WRITER – QE Home /Quilts Etc  – Vancouver, BC: We have an exciting, new position open for a creative content writer, who will apply her/his clever wordsmith skills to all communications with our customers. By developing a keen understanding of our products, our customers, and our business, you will, effectively, be the voice for our brand. You will work collaboratively with our teams to develop compelling material for our in-store programs, our website, blog, and social media channels. Requirements & Responsibilities:  able to understand our customers, our products, and the company’s vision and goals in order to effectively communicate the value of our products, product knowledge, styling and inspirations through written and video content… Read more/apply

CREATIVE WRITER – Vancouver Whitecaps Football Club – Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Whitecaps FC are looking to acquire a Creative Writer. The transfer window is closing, so don’t wait to apply for this rare opportunity to work in professional sports with one of Vancouver’s top brands. Our marketing department operates as an internal agency and you’d be working closely with designers, project managers, motion graphic artists and videographers. Our office is located in Gastown. This entry-to-mid level position will be working with our award-winning marketing team, and our next ideal colleague must have: Exceptional English language skills; The ability to work and concentrate on the job at hand in an open-concept office; Passion, creativity, drive; A sense of teamwork, a sense of humour and common sense; Be willing to work unusual hours, some late nights, and weekends when needed; and Project management skills (Detail orientated, organisational genius and an eye for design / structure)… Read more/apply

WRITER & CONTENT STRATEGIST – Solink – Ottawa, ON: We’re looking for a ‪ Writer / Content Strategist to join our team to help us achieve our aggressive lead generation goals. We’re looking to add a thinker and a doer to our team that will create and maintain a content calendar for publishing written and video content across various channels. This person will be tasked with creating content as well as build a team of internal partners and external resources to scale our publishing and video production capabilities. Signs That You’re the Right Candidate: You believe in the power of storytelling. You’re passionate in the belief that creating amazing, highly relevant content is the best way to influence and engage prospects and customers; You’re a modern marketer. You’re convinced that great marketing starts with a clear understanding of your target audience… Read more/apply

Calls for Submissions

Flash Fiction Online – Thank you for thoroughly reading our guidelines!flash fiction online

Flash Fiction Online an open-genre publication and is currently OPEN to all submission categories.  Please no erotica, graphic sex, or egregious violence.

Flash Fiction Online accepts REPRINTS.  Please submit in the REPRINT category.  Payment is $.02 (two cents) per word.  All other guidelines apply.

Flash Fiction Online strives to publish fiction that presents the full variety of humanity in its pages. As such, we encourage submissions from writers of every stripe.


We consider flash fiction a complete story in a tiny package.  We want developed empathetic characters and discernible resolved plots.


Open Office or Libre Office users:  Due to an incompatibility issue, when an Open Office or Libre Office file is converted to a .doc file the last line of text disappears in our Submittable Document Viewer.  To prevent this from happening to your story, PLEASE add a blank line at the end of your story by hitting ‘Enter’ after the last line.  For good measure, add ‘END’ followed by a blank line.

Please do not use Flash Fiction Online to fulfill school assignments.


  1. WE ACCEPT ORIGINAL, UNPUBLISHED FICTION.Stories published previously may be submitted to our REPRINT category.2. STORY LENGTH: 500 to 1000 WORDS.
  3. WE DOACCEPT MULTIPLE SUBMISSIONS.  You may have up to three stories in our slush pile at any given time.  Each story must be submitted separately.
  4. OMIT ALL AUTHOR IDENTIFYING INFORMATION FROM THE STORY FILE.  This includes name, address, phone, email, etc.  Make sure to remove author information from bylines, headers, and footers, etc. Include author information in the cover letter box of the submission form only.
  5. INDICATED SCENE BREAKS ARE REQUIRED!  Please denote scene breaks with # or *. 


(The stuff that will make a good impression)

  1. ON FONT:The Editor MUCH prefers Times New Roman.
  2. ON MANUSCRIPT FORMATTING:  Standard Manuscript Format, but with all author information removed from the manuscript.
  3. ON PARAGRAPHS:  Use them.
  5. ON ORIGINALITY: We see many of the same types of stories, as well as many types of stories with themes we simply don’t enjoy.  Check out this short listof Hard Sells.



ON RESPONSE TIME AND QUERIES: We are an open submission market. Please don’t query prior to submitting. Query only to ask about the status of an already-submitted story. Our response time ranges from 2 days to 10 weeks.  Please do not query until at least 8 weeks after submission. Send queries to Include QUERY in the subject line.

Due to the number of submissions we receive, we are unable to give personal feedback or critiques.

SFWA Qualification

Publication in Flash Fiction Online counts toward the requirements for membership in the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA).
Although the SFWA recognizes this magazine as a professional market, we frequently publish literary fiction and other genres.

Payment and Rights

As of April 1, 2014, we pay sixty dollars ($60) per story for original fiction. Original fiction means ‘previously unpublished.’  This payment provides us with first electronic rights, including HTML, PDF, plain text, and MP3 (audio) formats. Distribution will be through the Flash Fiction Online website and a variety of other electronic means, including but not exclusively epub, mobi, and pdf. This payment also provides us with a non-exclusive one-time right to publish the stories in an anthology. For reprints, we pay $.02 (two cents) per word for non-exclusive rights.

All other rights for the work remain with the author.

To read the full submission guidelines, go to: