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Friday, September 21, 2007

Call for Submissions: Coastal Living.

Genre(s): Prose. 500-1,000 words.

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Publisher: Southern Progress Corporation (SPC), a division of AOL Time Warner.
Publication: Coastal Living.
Genre(s): Prose. 500-1,000 words.
Payment: $1 per word plus reasonable expenses. 25% kill fee. By contract.
Date Call Issued: N/A.
Deadline: By contract.
Publication Date: Various.

Comments: "No manuscripts, please! Coastal Living does not accept prepared text, but we are happy to consider a well-developed idea expressed in a query letter.... Per the planning process followed by Coastal Living editors (see Planning Schedule), queried ideas typically will be considered on an annual basis for a future editorial lineup.... The Coastal Living office manager issues a story contract, which should be signed and promptly returned by the writer. Accompanying the contract are expense guidelines and a list of items for the writer's submitted story package to include."

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