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Motionsickness: The Other Side of Travel, 4117 SE Division Street, #417, Portland, OR 97214. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
. Website http://www.motionsickmag.com
. 50% freelance. “We cover globalization as seen through the lens of travel and tourism. We ask: How is travel changing the world?” Welcomes new writers. Circ. 1K. Quarterly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 6 months after acceptance. Buys one-time rights. Accepts reprints. Responds within 1 month. Sample by mail with $4.50. Subscription $12 to $20 sliding scale U.S. Guidelines online at http://www.motionsickmag.com/submissions.htm
CURRENT NEEDS: “Interviews/ profiles of tourism workers. Unusual travel articles, i.e., How the arrival of tourism has changed life in this village, A week in the life of a Russian truck driver, etc.” Pays flat fee of $20 - $50 for 250 - 5000 words. Submit query first.
PHOTOS/ART: B&W. “Travel, but not exotica!” Pays $10 - $50.
HINTS: ”We're a 'travel' magazine, but we're not like any other travel magazine. We don't cover destinations, tell you where to stay, how to save money, or what to do. We tell stories about people in the travel and tourism world, run essays on travel thought, and articles on the effect of travel and tourism on a place. We're more of a geographical or anthropological journal that happens to focus on travel than a travel magazine.”