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Here's a chance to get published although it looks like no money comes with this.
From Michael Gasson - DELIVERED
Just some general observations: accepting payments in only copies or working without pay is not a good idea. Most professional editors will not view this a "publication credit" if they know an author wasn't paid anything for it. While I agree that's a ridiculous stigma, I don't make the rules. It's simply an axiom of today's publishing industry. If you want to do it for the fun or experience, that's up to you. But looking to "break in" with this kind of work should be avoided.
To learn about the legitimacy of most agents or publishers, I recommend you check out http://pred-ed.com/, which has become the go-to site for this kind of information.
Finally, stop and ask yourself: why should you submit your work for free so that someone else can make money from it? For the exposure? Don't buy into that idea. 90% of all e-zines don't have a circulation significant enough to get you noticed. If you want to publish professionally and make money for your work, check out sites like CreateSpace, Smashwords, or Scribd. Good luck with your writing!