FreelanceWriting.com Publishes September Issue of Freelance Writing Gigs

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FreelanceWriting.comhas published the newest issue of Magazines, Publishers, & Agents Seeking Writers, a free bi-weekly newsletter that helps writers locate freelance writing jobs and freelance writing opportunities. The current issue is available at Freelancewriting.com/guidelinesupdates.html

FreelanceWriting.com has published the newest issue of Magazines, Publishers, & Agents Seeking Writers, a free bi-weekly newsletter that helps writers locate freelance writing jobs and freelance writing opportunities. The current issue is available at http://www.freelancewriting.com/guidelinesupdates.html

Inside this issue writers can find magazines that pay for freelance articles; current needs of book publishers and ebook publishers; and profiles of recently launched magazines that offer freelance writing opportunities.

In addition to the newsletter, FreelanceWriting.com also offers three searchable databases of freelance writing opportunities for both writers and authors. They include: Magazine Guidelines Database (http://www.freelancewriting.com/guidelines/pages) featuring more than 600 magazines and their writer’s guidelines; Literary Agents Database (http://www.freelancewriting.com/literaryagents/pages), where writers can find literary agents and links to their submission guidelines; and Book Publishers Database (http://www.freelancewriting.com/publishersdir/pages), where writers can locate book publishers and links to their submission guidelines. Inclusion is free; contact Mr. Konradt at http://www.freelancewriting.com/contact.html

Subscriptions to Magazines, Publishers, & Agents Seeking Writers are free at: http://www.freelancewriting.com/guidelines/emailguidelines.html

Past issues of Magazines, Publishers, & Agents Seeking Writers are available at http://www.freelancewriting.com/guidelinesupdates-archives.html

Launched in 1998, FreelanceWriting.com (http://www.freelancewriting.com) is a free web site to help writers master the business and creative sides of freelance writing. Its sister website, BookCatcher.com (http://www.bookcatcher.com), is a free website to help authors promote their books and learn about book publishing and book marketing.

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