Do you see the world through a spiritual lens? Are you fascinated by the intersection of religion and politics?
Religious and Spiritual Writing covers a wide range of news reporting from tough to lifestyle articles to faith-based demographics.
Whether you’re interested in writing specifically on religious topics, looking for Christian writing jobs, or just an audience that understands where you’re from, these 23 posts are a great place to start.
Our list includes websites, literary journals, and magazines from a variety of spiritual perspectives. And best of all? They pay their writers.
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Here are 22 religion and spirituality posts that pay freelance writers.
1. First things
Published by the Institute of Religion and Public Life, First Things is a conservative and intoxicating publication that offers predominantly Christian and Jewish perspectives. It accepts opinion pieces, feature articles, and print and online book reviews.
Pay: According to submission guidelines, it offers honoraria to writers, although the amount is not specified.
The Jewish Forward provides political and cultural coverage on topics relevant to the American Jewish community. It has been around since 1897.
Pay: Although The Forward has not confirmed its rates, he declares that compensation “will be very competitive for the right ground.”
It is a publication run by the Jesuits with a Roman Catholic audience. He publishes articles, personal essays and poetry on politics, faith, the arts and culture with a religious or moral angle.
Pay: Although the exact rate is not published, per Who pays writers, it is paid up to 38 cents per word.
Guideposts is best known for his inspiring personal stories, hope and inspiration. The magazine also offers lifestyle articles, from recipes to parenting tips.
Pay: Although Guideposts has not confirmed how much it pays, it does say in its writer’s guidelines that he pays for “full stories” (which he defines as 1,500 words) when the article is accepted for publication.
US Catholic is a monthly magazine for an American Catholic audience that focuses on social justice and pop culture.
Pay: The publication offers “financial compensation for content ordered and as specified.”
6. Living woman
Woman Alive is a UK based Christian lifestyle magazine for women.
Pay: Its guidelines for contributors indicate that articles are generally between 700 and 1,800 words long and that “payment is by agreement”.
This multi-faith bimonthly print magazine does everything possible to avoid being “new age-y” and features clever articles on a variety of topics at the intersection of spirituality and health.
Pay: Although the rates are no longer listed in its editors’ guidelines, it was previously saved from $ 200 to $ 500, depending on word count and type of piece.
Tablet is a daily online magazine on Jewish news, ideas and culture. It accepts submissions from independent authors, but does not accept opinion pieces or editorials (editorial).
Pay: The salary varies. According to Who pays writers, the average rate is $ 0.25 per word.
This ecumenical magazine covers the intersections of politics, faith and culture.
Pay: It pays “for the patches, depending on the depth of the reports, and for the highly sought after analysis parts.”
ten. Religion dispatches
Religion Dispatches (RD) provides news and timely coverage of religion in American culture and politics. He specifically seeks “reports, analyzes, commentaries and reviews of films / books / TV shows, by academics, journalists, writers and activists. “
Pay: The salary varies.
11. Geez Magazine
A quarterly magazine with the slogan “Contemplative Cultural Resistance,” Geez Magazine focuses on social justice issues and is generally thematic. Geez is of a Christian lean, but not strictly.
Pay: Writers receive “modest fees”.
Evangelical journal founded by Bill Graham, Christianity Today is arguably the most widely read Christian evangelical publication.
Pay: Who pays writers has reports writers being paid between 2 and 17 cents per word.
Managed by the John C. Danforth Center for Religion and Politics at the University of Washington in St. Louis, this website features political opinions drawn from several religious traditions.
Pay: Writer reports earning 26 cents per word on Who pays writers.
A magazine aimed at Presbyterian women, Horizons searches for articles, stories and poems on a variety of topics.
Pay: It offers a fee of at least $ 50 per page printed in the magazine, although this amount varies.
St. Anthony Messenger is a monthly Catholic family magazine that aims to help its readers lead more fully human and Christian lives. It pays for opinion pieces, feature articles, fiction and poetry.
Pay: Pay 20 cents per word or $ 2 per line for poetry.
Converging media “exist at the intersection of faith and culture”. Some categories of writing he looks for include confessions, reviews, interviews, and commentaries.
Pay: Non published.
The Living Church Foundation is part of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. It publishes a magazine and hosts a blogging community.
Pay: Living Church told TWL it pays its editors, although “rates vary based on length and experience.”
18. Halo burst
Busted Halo is a Catholic publication that aims to “to share the Catholic faith in a fun and interactive way; and to provide creative resources for Catholics to use when sharing the faith with others. Submissions are preferred, but they accept unpublished submissions.
Pay: Busted Halo told The Write Life that it pays $ 75 per article, usually between 500 and 600 words per article.
This online magazine “exists to recognize, appreciate and properly reflect on the common knowledge of our time. “
Pay: Although the web articles are unpaid, he does pay for the feature articles for his magazine. These are typically 1,500 to 3,000 words long. Keep an eye on her call for locations.
LDSLiving is a bi-monthly magazine searching for informative and inspiring articles about home and family, education and service, destinations, making a difference, discovery and home.
The Christian Science Monitor is a popular international news organization designed to “anyone who cares about the progress of human activity around the world and seeks news reported with compassion, intelligence, and an essentially constructive purpose. It has both a religious and a non-religious audience.
Typically, the publication accepts work from new writers as per specifications.
Pay: If you are tasked with writing an article and you qualify, you will receive the “base rate” regardless of whether the story is published or not.
22. Jewish currents
Jewish Currents is a print and digital magazine “engaged in the rich tradition of thought, activism and culture of the Jewish left”. He looks for timely and reported articles on topics presented on the site.
Pay: Not published, but Who pays writers earns 13 cents per word.
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