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The Lady 39-40 Unsolicited mss are accepted provided they are not on the subject of politics or religion, or on topics covered by staff writers, i.e. fashion and beauty, health, cookery, household, gardening, finance and shopping. Features well-researched pieces on British and foreign travel, historical subjects or events; interviews and profiles and other general interest topics. Maximum 1000 words for illustrated articles; 900 words for one-page features; 450 words for first-person 'Viewpoint' pieces. All material should be addressed to the editor. Photographs supporting features may be supplied as colour transparencies or b&w prints. Editor: Arline Usden, Bedford Street, Strand, London WC2E 9ER. Tel: 0207 379 4717. Fax: 0207 497 2137

Lakeland Walker News and features relating to the Lake District and walking in the area - wildlife, local history, places to visit, local transport. Unsolicited material welcome. Maximum 1000-1500 words. Editor: Les Douglas, 8 Faircroft, 37 St Andrews Grove, London N16 5NJ. Tel: 0208 809 2338

Land Rover World Unsolicited material welcome, especially if supported by high-quality illustrations. 'Editorial policy is to encourage and support unknown writers and beginners wherever possible.' Any article with a Land Rover theme of interest. Potential contributors are strongly advised to examine previous issues before starting work. Payment negotiable. Editor: John Carroll, Link House, Dingwall Road, Croydon, Surrey CR9 2TA. Tel: 0208 686 2599. Fax: 0208 781 6042

Let's Talk! Norfolk Now Norfolk's biggest-selling consumer magazine, at over 30,000 copies a month. Always on the lookout for more freelance material, they pay according to experience, which means anything from 25 to 125 for a feature. The material must relate to their target readership which is 50+ and can be personal insights into what it's like to be 50+ to real life stories of inspirational people and factual features on subjects such as health and recreation or Norfolk-specific stories. They prefer to see a brief outline of an idea plus some examples of previous work where possible, but if people are writing more personal items and are willing to submit on spec then they are welcome to do so. Ensure that saes are enclosed if you want a reply. No payment for readers letters as this is a big part of their title, but people are welcome to write in with their memories of Norfolk and they will publish them where possible. 25 paid for the best reader's joke or funny story/anecdote in their Let's Laugh section. Plenty of opportunity to get published, some paid, some not. Let's Talk!, Archant Norfolk, Prospect House, Rouen Road, Norwich NR1 1RE. Telephone: 01603 772738.

London.co.uk An ongoing supply of freelance material will be needed by London.co.uk, a new weekly magazine in A5 format, which launches this spring, supported by a Website of the same name. Both will be free to readers and users. The magazine, which launched a pilot issue in January, will have highly targeted distribution via bars, restaurants, hotels, clubs and other London outlets, while the Website will back it up for users outside London. London.co.uk is edited by former Maxim editor Chris Maillard, and former Times Weekend deputy editor, David Lancaster. A lot of entertainment coverage, but there are jobs, travel and social issues in the magazine as well. Other sections include Eating, Drink, Shopping, Film, Music, Comedy, Clubs, Theatre, Art and Sport. Most include a short feature and reviews. Features in the January issue included Londoners' thoughts about the capital in the year ahead; how to live London's billionaire life for just 50 a day; a millennium meander along the South Bank; and how to survive the party circuit when you are on the wagon. Contact: Chris Maillard or David Lancaster, London.co.uk, 6-8 Fenchurch Buildings, London EC3M 5HT. Tel: 020 7709 9229; Fax: 020-7709 9339; e-mail: editorial@london.co.uk Website: www.London.co.uk

London Magazine Paperback journal providing an eclectic forum for literary talent. Interests includes art, memoirs, travel, poetry, criticism, theatre, music, cinema, short stories and essays, and book reviews. Unsolicited mss welcome; s.a.e. essential. Fiction - maximum 5000 words. Payment £100 maximum. Annual Subscription £28.50 or $67. 30 Editor: Jane Rye, Thurloe Place, London SW7 2HQ Tel: 0207 5890618

London Review of Books Reviews, essays and articles on political, literary, cultural and scientific subjects. Also poetry. Unsolicited contributions welcome. No pieces under 2000 words. Contact the editor in writing. Please include s.a.e. Payment £100 per 1000 words; poems £50. Editor: Mary-Kay Wilmers, 28 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HN Tel: 0207 209 1101. Fax: 0207 209 1102

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