As part of our 18 Places To Publish series, Beyond Your Blog presents 18 places to consider submitting/publishing your essays, stories, and informational posts on a niche topic.
This volume covers some places that might be a good fit for your writing on the topic of divorce.18 Places to Submit Your Writing on the topic of #Divorce Click To Tweet
If submission guidelines do not mention payment, markets have been identified below as [UNPAID]. Those that do address payment in submission guidelines have been parked [PAID]
Since My Divorce – “Since My Divorce is a forum for sharing stories about divorce – the challenges, the obstacles, the hurt, the discoveries, the joys and happiness.” [UNPAID – previously published material considered]
Better After 50 – “Online Magazine about Women inspiring Women Real Women-Real Stories. Our readers and writers contribute essays in the categories of: SHE DID IT!, Your work, Your Finances, Sex Diaries, Aging Parents, Adult Children, Amazing Travels, Financial Planning, and Retirement. Of course we also deal with Relationships, Second Marriages, Divorce, Widowhood, Fashion (as in: Can I wear this at 50+?), and the big Kahuna known as Menopause.” [UNPAID – previously published material considered]
DivorcedMoms – “Whether you are thinking about separating, newly divorced or have already navigated the divorce process, whether you are in your 20s with an infant or in your 50s with grown children, you have experience and a unique point of view. Your stories will help other moms who are going through the same process.” [UNPAID]
YourTango – “YourTango is all about sex and relationships so anything you write about should involve love, dating, marriage, divorce, sex and the like.” [PAID]
Solo-ish Blog (from The Washington Post) – “Unmarried, but far from alone.” [PAID]
SUBMIT: Email Submissions to Editor: Lisa.Bonos@washpost.com
Huffpost Divorce – “Divorce, HuffPost style.” [UNPAID – previously published material considered]
SUBMIT: email completed post with bio/soc. media links, word count, title, relevant photos and links to where it has already been published (if applicable) to email@example.com
Single Mom Nation – “…posts, interviews, videos, products, advice, comments and insights here that are intended to ignite conversation, shine a light on our diverse parenting experiences and help you be an even more amazing single mother.” [UNPAID]
Mediate.com – “Mediate.com accepts high quality articles on mediation and dispute resolution. Our primary focus is to educate and encourage the public to use mediation.” [UNPAID – previously published material considered]
Divorced Women Online – “The goal at Divorced Women Online is to share information, offer support and interact with other divorced women. Whether you are rebuilding your life after divorce or struggling with the stress of the divorce process, life is much easier to navigate” [PAID – small payment in form of $5 Amazon.com credit]
The Good Men Project – “We are having a conversation about what it means to be a man in the 21st century—and it is wide and varied and mundane and provocative. But for a post to be considered, it must always must be about, by, for, or focused on men. (Please note that approximately 20% of our contributors are women. That’s great—we love women’s voices. But they write about men, or sometimes about raising boys who become men.)” [UNPAID – previously published material considered]
More Magazine – With a specific subsection for Divorce under Relationships, “MORE is for the woman who lives in a state of constant possibility, has a stylish perspective & youthful spirit. We respect her intelligence, achievement and influence. We skip the mundane and put the MORE filter on beauty, fashion, health, career, finance and culture.” [PAID]
Divorce Magazine.com – “Divorce Magazine has been publishing since 1996. We are the authority on advice for the separated and divorced. ” [UNPAID]
The Divorce Magazine – “The UK’s online magazine for couples and families coping and dealing with divorce and separation.” [UNPAID]
Being A Step Parent – “BeingAStepParent was formed to offer a unique reference point on extensive advice for step parents and their families.” [UNPAID]
Divorce Source – “We are an internet and software company that maintains a Network of websites to help with the emotional, financial, and legal aspects of divorce.” [UNPAID]
BlogHer Divorce – This is a subsection of BlogHer under BlogHer Love & Sex that publishes a wide variety of material about divorce, including personal stories and informational posts. As with any BlogHer post, you can submit previously published material by setting up your profile and publishing immediately. If a section editor likes your submission, they may choose to feature it for added promotion and exposure. BlogHer also offers the ability to submit something for paid syndication, which is more difficult to get from a writer’s standpoint, but a great paid option. [PAID & UNPAID]
- How Do I Blog On BlogHer.com?
- How Do I Increase The Visibility Of My BlogHer Blog Posts?
- Pitch and editor with Syndicated or Original Content (Get Paid) or us the Syndication Form
- Susan’s Recipe For BlogHer Syndication
- Beyond Your Blog Podcast 004 – Rita Arens, Deputy Editor, BlogHer
- How BlogHer Took My Fizzled Out Post To 21,000+ Views
Single Mum – Australia’s largest single parent network. “Here at SingleMum.com.au single mums can find daily breaking single parent news – such as exclusive Family Court, child access and child support articles – parenting articles, single mum legal articles, a comprehensive national single parent support resources link index, access to single mother media call outs and studies and surveys, a single mother book index and reviews, and much more.” [UNPAID]
Buzzfeed Ideas – Stories and essays “We’re looking for pitches on a variety of topics, including but not limited to: Sex and dating/relationships; Debt/money; Disability; Disease, especially the experience of being sick and invisible illnesses; Mental illness; Parenting and parents (including the experience of parents aging); Drugs and addiction; Race; Work” [PAID]
Where have YOU published pieces with a focus on autism? Are you a publication looking for submissions on this topic and not on the list above? Leave a comment!