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Contact us via email at the following addresses for all specific department questions, information, and to submit content:

ADVERTISING

  Please visit our Ad Rates page for current pricing and contact info. Go to Ad Rates Page


BUZZ

  Do you have a book, workshop, or other item you’d like to promote? What about buzz for WOW! that you’ve seen elsewhere?

We have announcements in our monthly newsletter for WOW! Alumni (previously featured on WOW!) and an events newsletter for information our women readers would be interested in.

buzz[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com


CONTEST

  WOW! Women On Writing hosts a quarterly writing contest. Visit our Contest Page for more details and how to participate.

If you’re an author interested in donating books to our contestants, or are interested in sponsoring our contest, please email for more information.

contestinfo[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com


EDITORS

  Have a general writing question for our editors, or a suggestion on how to improve the ezine? We welcome all questions, suggestions, and compliments!

editors[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com


JOB BOARD

  Interested in posting a job listing on our Think Green! Freelance Job Board? Please visit The Job Board for more details.


MAILBOX

  Want a letter posted in our next newsletter? Or perhaps you have a question that you want us to answer in our newsletter (Ann Landers style). This is the place to do it!

mailbox[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com


SHOP

  Want to suggest a new item for the WOW! Boutique? Or do you make a product or craft that would be a good fit for our readers?

shop[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com


SUBMISSIONS

  We depend on talented freelancers to write for us. Please send your query and/or submission in the body of your email. For more details on submissions, see our writer’s guidelines and details below:

WOW! Writer's Guidelines

WOW! welcomes queries and submissions from its readers. Remember each issue focuses on Women, Writing and the monthly Theme.

Columns, Word Counts and Pay Rates:

Twenty Questions:  $50
How 2 (1,500 - 2,000 Words): $75
Inspiration (1,500 - 2,000 Words): $75
Feature Interviews (up to 3,000 Words): $75
Feature Articles (up to 3,000 Words): $150

Rights:

We do not accept reprints. If you would like to repurpose a previously published article, please notify us at the time of your query and include the proposed changes that will make it specifically suited to WOW!. Acceptance is not guaranteed and is up to the discretion of the editorial board.

We require First Electronic Rights and the right to archive the article indefinitely. After one month from the date of publication, rights revert back to the author. Although we support you in republishing your article in other online and print publications, we request that you not syndicate your article on sites that provide free content. This practice lowers the value of the piece we have published, and using those sites strips you of your rights to your own article.

By submitting your work to WOW!, you are agreeing to these rights and terms.

Compensation:

WOW! pays on publication by PayPal or check. When your submission is published, you will receive a “live link” email notification. When you receive the notice, please reply to the email with an invoice that includes your social security number and payment preferences.

*Note: if you opt for payment by check, please understand that it may take up to one month after publication for you to receive your payment. If you opt for PayPal payment, you will be paid within two weeks of publication.

How to Submit:

You may either query or send the completed article in the body of an email. WE DO NOT OPEN ATTACHMENTS. In the subject line you MUST include the words "Submission” or “Query.” Because of the high volume of spam we receive daily, emails that are not clearly addressed with the appropriate subject line may be deleted without being read.

Editorial Response:

WOW! has grown exponentially since its launch September 2006. While we are excited by the incredible interest and wonderful submissions from so many talented freelancers, we have found the need to amend our editorial response procedures.

We receive hundreds of queries every month and can no longer respond to every single query we receive. We will respond to freelancers whose queries show WOW! spirit, knowledge and understanding of our audience, a solid, fleshed-out article or interview idea, and which fit into our editorial calendar.

We have set up an auto-responder to let you know your submission has been received. However, if you do not hear from us, please understand that it is not a disparagement against your writing, it is most likely that your submission does not suit our needs at this time.

Helpful Hints:

Study previous issues and take note of our tone and style. Consider the contents and structure of our various sections: Feature Articles, Feature Interviews, How2, Inspiration, etc. Once you have a feel for what we publish, consider your own expertise and interest.

We are looking for queries that have a fully fleshed-out idea, a rough breakdown of the content of the piece you are proposing, and any sources if applicable. Please also include your bio, writing samples, and any other information or links you feel are appropriate for our consideration.

Do not send an email containing nothing but links. We will not follow them across the web to seek your writing samples. Choose your best and most appropriate sample to include in the body of your email. (Yes, we know it will be a long email.)

If you aren't sure your piece will fit WOW!, query and let us look at it.

Send email to:

submissions[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com

Please format your submission in “web friendly” 14pt Verdana font, single-spaced lines, block paragraphs, with one space after periods and other ending punctuation.

Response times vary but we try to get back with you within 2 months. If you haven't heard anything after that time, please query and mention your submission.

Good luck! And we look forward to your submissions.


WOW! CLASSROOM & WORKSHOPS

  Would you like to be an instructor for one of our WOW! classrooms or workshops? It doesn’t cost you a thing. Upon approval, we will promote you! For more information please email us. Join the team!

classroom[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com

 

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