4 High-Paying Magazines

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WritersMarket.com lists thousands of magazines. Here are four high-paying magazines (search WritersMarket.com for more):

Advisor Today is a trade publication covering life insurance and financial planning. Writers should query by e-mail. The publication pays $800-2,000 for nonfiction articles of 1,500-6,000 words in length.

Boys’ Life is a consumer magazine aimed at Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers. The magazine pays $300 and up for nonfiction articles; fiction pieces are by assignment only. Writers should query by mail.

Mother Jones is a bimonthly magazine covering politics, social issues, and pop culture. The magazine pays $1 per word for nonfiction articles of 2,000 to 5,000 words in length. Writers should query with published clips.

Scientific American is a monthly magazine covering developments and topics of interest in the world of science. Query before submitting. The magazine pays $1 per word for nonfiction articles.

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