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Ad Astra: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at the Ad Astra, the quarterly magazine of the National Space Society. The post Ad Astra: Market Spotlight…

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at the Ad Astra, the quarterly magazine of the National Space Society.

Ad Astra: Market Spotlight
Ad Astra is the official publication of the National Space Society. This quarterly magazine goes out to all its members, libraries, schools, and businesses.
(Bird Watcher’s Digest: Market Spotlight.)
The editors say, “Ad Astra is open to unsolicited submissions, but prefers queries from writers, photographers, and artists interested in assignments for future issues of the magazine.”
Payment is 25¢/word.
What They’re Looking For
Ad Astra publishes articles focused on space exploration. Specifically, they’re looking for:

Features. Length: 1,200-4,000 words with two to eight full-size color images.
Book reviews and profiles. Length: 600-750 words.
Sidebars. Length: 100-600 words.

The editors say, “Ad Astra (‘to the stars’) is the award-winning magazine of the National Space Society, featuring the latest news in space exploration and stunning full-color photography.”
How to Submit
The editors prefer writers query first via email at adastra@nss.org. That said, they will accept unsolicted manuscripts too.
The editors say, “Queries should include areas of expertise and interest, recent publication credits, and samples of work.”
Click here to learn more and submit.

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