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Computer Bits, P.O. Box 329, Forest Grove, OR 97116. P(503)359-9107. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
. Website http://www.computerbits.com
. Chris McLaughlin, Associate Editor, email@example.com
. 100% freelance. "We are a print magazine primarily local to the Portland, Oregon, metro area with subscribers in 11 states. We cover computers and computing experience." Welcomes new writers. Circ. 35K. Monthly. Pays within 30 days of publication. Publishes ms 30-90 days after acceptance. Buys first N.A. rights and web archive rights. No reprints. Responds 7 days if contacted by email. Sample at website. Subscription $30. Guidelines and Editorial Calendar online at: http://www.computerbits.com/aboutus/authors.htm
. More specific style guidelines online at http://www.writersmarkets.com/index-gcb.htm
CURRENT NEEDS: "We are actively in the market for topics related to computing experience, the computing community and with uses for home computers beyond office-type applications. We are also interested in guests for our radio show on Saturday mornings on KBNP 1410 AM, available worldwide on the Internet at http://126.96.36.199/kbnp
." Pays $75-$100 for 1500-2000 words. "The amount we offer for an article is not tied to its length, but rather to our perception of its value to us. It's entirely possible for a 1000-word article to fetch $100, and for a 2000-word article to fetch $75. Articles over 2000 words may be split across more than one issue." Submit query by e-mail.
HINTS: "Don't assume that you are one of God's great gifts to magazine journalism. Don't assume that, just because your writing is worth x hundred dollars in one market, it's worth that to us. Do assume that, if we see something of value in your writing, we will work with you to develop it."