Preditors and Editors
A guide to publishers and publishing services for serious writers since 1997.
Journalism, Freelancing, and Non-fiction Listings
AAdvertiser, The: Southern Australia news.
AJR NewsLink: American Journalism Review offers articles about journalism and links to 7,000 newspapers, magazines, broadcasters, and news services worldwide.
Army Times Publishing Co.: "a Gannett-owned company that publishes Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times. Each is weekly newspaper that covers the Defense Department and the military services. They are not affiliated with the U.S. military; however, they exist to inform military members, their families and anyone with an interest in the military of current events in the services.
ATPCO also publishes Defense News, which covers the defense industry; Space News; and Federal Times, which covers the federal government." Contact at: Army Times Publishing Co.
6883 Commercial Dr.
Springfield, Va 22159
BBlogit: Charges fee. Not recommended. Claims to be a system for establishing blogs that are reader supported.
CChina Daily: State run publication.
City Journal An online news publication located in Ottawa, Canada.
DDaily Mail And Guardian: South African news.
Daily Times, The: A newspaper based in Salisbury, Md.
Dakota Press: Weekly hometown newspaper and printshop. Published by Dakota Press Inc./Kathy Sundermeyer, publisher/editor; Groton, South Dakota, USA.
Dawn: "Pakistan's most widely circulated English language newspaper."
delawareonline: The online version of The News Journal in Wilmington, Delaware.
EEditor & Publisher Home Page: Editor & Publisher's MediaINFO.com Web site is an oline publication that covers the online news industry -- the industry comprised of the publishers, editors, journalists and managers of news sites operated by media companies (newspapers, magazines, cable networks, TV stations, radio stations, etc.). The site is unusual is that is does not use "shovelware" from its sister print publication, the weekly Editor & Publisher magazine but rather original material created by its own editorial staff. E&P's MediaINFO.com is operated according to the standards of American journalism and provides objective, in-depth coverage of all aspects of news Web sites and Web-based journalism. MediaINFO.com frequently commissions freelance writers to cover news stories or produce various sorts of business features related to online publishing.
e-mail: MEDIA (Peter Gugerell): A listing of media around the world. Be prepared to download the lists as they are large.
European Journalism Page: A resource site.
Express India: News from India.
Express-News Online, San Antonio: An online newspaper.
FThe Frederick News-Post: A Maryland newspaper.
GGermNews: German News.
HHa'Aretz: "Daily English edition. Israeli news."
Hastings News and Observer, The: An Australian newspaper.
Helium: Poor user agreement. Not recommended. A site for writers to post work to be sold on the market.
Hindustan Times: News from India.
History Buff's Home Page: Devoted to journalism history and American history in general. Emphasis on how news of major events made it to the press. Multiple, searchable libraries.
IInternational Map of Newspapers: A map showing and listing major newspapers of the world and by language.
Investigative Journalism Resource, The: Appears to be a false site.
Islamic Republic of IRAN Broadcasting: News from Iran.
Irish Examiner: News from Ireland.
Israel Insider: News from Israel.
JJapan Times: News from Japan.
KKansas City infoZine: A publication based in Kansas City. Good format and production values.
Koori Mail, The: An Australian newspaper.
Kurdish Observer: As it states.
LLa Raza Newspaper: Information on the Hispanic market in the U. S. and Latin America through the posting of stories from La Raza Newspaper in Chicago.
Lloyd's List (Informa Publishing Group): "has a long history and remains the leading on line international maritime newspaper pioneer; which was first established in hard copy in 1734.
The information contained in Lloyd's List reaches it's readers in a timely manner, we have correspondents in over 25 countries and 2,000 agents around the world supplying up-to-the minute, accurate news coverage. In addition to Lloyd's List daily, readers can have access to archive files which are updated six days post publication, dating back to January 1991. The Archive has a powerful search engine, making this an excellent research tool.
The Lloyd's List on line information source covers all the main maritime sectors. The service has an increasingly growing, global readership within all sectors of the maritime, logistic, energy, financial and trade/freight transport industry; it is also valued by governmental departments / regulators and educational institutions."
Lower Clarence Review, The: An Australian newspaper.
MMiddle East Wire: As it states.
Mountain Times, The: Located in Boone, NC.
Mountaineer Newspaper, The: serves the north-central part of Arkansas.
NNavarre Press A news publication located in Navarre, Florida.
New Times: Recommended. A publication in Broward-Palm Beach.
982 Press: Charges fee. Not recommended. A publisher syndicate selling articles.
Northern Rivers Echo: An Australian newspaper.
Northern Star Newspaper: An Australian newspaper.
Norway Post: News from Norway.
OOak Leaf Online: High school journalism site.
Online Journalism FAQ: A useful site.
Orlando Sentinel Online: newspaper site.
PPalm Beach Post: A newspaper in Palm Beach, Florida.
Pravda: News from Russia.
Progress-Index: Newspaper serving Virginia cities of Petersburg, Hopewell, and Colonial Heights.
RRedPaper: "Backed by software giant Adobe Systems, the RedPaper is an experimental market for information, allowing anyone to publish and sell their writing, be it recipes for muffins or hard-to-get court documents." (Wired News, Jul. 30, 2003)
Russian Information Agency Novosti: News from Russia.
SSan Antonio Express-News Online: An online newspaper.
Scholastic Journalism: Student operated journalism site.
Seattle Times, The: Features online news.
SLOT: A Spot for Copy Editors, THE: Journalists are well advised to check out this resource. Includes the Curmudgeon's Stylebook.
SooToday.com: Recommended. An online news site in Sault Ste. Marie. Definitely worth reading.
South China Post: News from Hong Kong.
Statesman.com: Online version of the Austin American-Statesman.
Strunk 1918 Elements of Style, William: An essential reference for journalists and other writers.
TTimes OnLine, Minden, The: Appears to be a Canadian newspaper. Wish I had more to offer on this. Not even sure of the name sequence.
Trouw: A newspaper "based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, was orginally founded as a (protestant) resistance newspaper during the Second World War, and is now one of the leading quality newspapers in the Netherlands. Education, healthcare and the role of religion and (new) religious groups in rapidly changing society are just a few of our major topics."
"One of the leading Dutch newspapers "Trouw" opened a subsite for authors. They announce a theme at the beginning of the month, and authors can submit their 500-word article/short story. It can be fiction as well. They publish all submissions in their online edition and choose 4 that will also appear in print." P&E does not know if the entries are accepted in other than Dutch.
UUnderground, The: A local, middle Tennessee paper that features a new local band each month. Also how today's youth are discriminated against.
USA Today: USA Today's online version.
Union-Tribune An online news publication located in San Diego, CA.
VVerde News: Excellent publication serving the Cottonwood, Arizona and Verde Valley communities.
Virginia Times: A newspaper serving central Virginia. Contact at:110 Old Bermuda Hundred Road, Suite 1
Chester, VA 23836
WWashington Post: A full featured newspaper. Highly recommended.
Weekly World News Internet Edition: Believed defunct. The online version of a tabloid frequently found in supermarkets.
Wooden Horse Publishing: "features continually updated industry news, articles and books about making money writing, a free newsletter with numerous new paying markets every week and a searchable database of over 2,000 US and Canadian consumer and trade magazines with full contact information, writers guidelines, and - unique to writers' sites - reader demographics and editorial calendars."
The Writer: A magazine for writers.
Written By Me: "is a place where writers can submit articles and book reviews and get paid to write those articles and book reviews. You will be paid in deweys, and at the end of each quarter those deweys can be exchanged for cash or gift certificates that you may use to purchase books."
YYour Article: "the premier online resource for journalistic copy. This site features a database of articles on a huge variety of topics which can be downloaded for use by registered users."