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Denver’s premier guide to the arts, entertainment, dining, and lifestyle issues in the Mile-High City. “Many of our stories are written by 5280 staffers and a group of established freelance writers, but we welcome ideas from journalists we haven’t worked...
- 9-1-1 Magazine
The magazine for the public safety communications and response industry. Switched from a printed magazine to an online portal in 2010 and is no longer a paying market.
- 99 News
Bimonthly magazine and the official publication of the International Organization of Women Pilots. Welcomes editorial and photography submissions.
Arts & Understanding. A national, nonprofit HIV/AIDS magazine. Interested in publishing original literature, art and opinion relating in any way to the AIDS pandemic.
- ABA Journal
Official publication of the American Bar Association; published 12 times a year. Accepts queries from professional freelance writers. Paying market.
- Abacus Cards
Greeting card publisher. Always on the look out for talented artists and photographers.
- Abilities Magazine
Canada’s cross-disability lifestyle magazine. The mission of the magazine is to provide information about lifestyle topics, including travel, health, careers, education, relationships, parenting, new products, social policy and much more. Widely read by people with disabilities, their families and professionals...
- Abingdon Press
Abingdon Fiction publishes stories of faith, hope, and love that encourage readers to explore life through the challenges and victories of true-to-life characters. Abingdon Press provides nonfiction resources that meet the needs of people who seek and would serve God.
Dedicated to reinventing the outdated paradigms of our consumer culture and building a brave new understanding of living. Paying market.
- Addenda Publishing
Has a small local publishing programme. The focus is on non-fiction, particularly in business, investment, technology, health and self-help, travel, and politics. Especially interested in books with a solid ‘how to’ focus.
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