Why, yes. Yes I had.
Now for some links. Bear in mind that I am not endorsing these, merely passing them along.
Strange Horizons is open for submissions. Up to 10,000 words. Speculative fiction. Pays $.08/word. (Thanks to John Wiswell for mentioning they were reopening!)
Briarpatch Magazine is looking for writing on current events, as well as artwork. They prefer you query first. Queries for the November/December issue with the theme "Labour" close July 10. Pay varies from $50 to $150 per type of submission.
Saturday Night Reader is seeking flash fiction up to 1000 words. Most genres. Pays $5 CAD per published story.
Silver Screen Books is publishing novelettes each month themed around B movies from the 50s. Between 7500 and 10,000 words. Pays $20-$25, depending upon length. Also pays in a contributor copy (both e- and paperback) and a further contract for two novelettes.
Flash Fiction Online is looking for flash between 500 and 1000 words. Genre is open. Pays $60 per story.
You & Me Magazine wants stories about your personal experiences with medical illnesses. They expect articles to be between 1000 and 3000 words. Payment is somewhere around $.04-.05/word.
Poetry Foundation is accepting poetry, including visual poetry. Can submit up to four poems at a time. Pays $10 per line.
Business Insider put up a story by Maggie Zhang: 22 Lessons From Stephen King on How to Be a Great Writer.
99U posted a piece by Jamie Todd Rubin on productivity: How I Kept a 373-Day Productivity Streak Unbroken.
Marketing Land put out a story by Kelsey Libert on what publishers want in a pitch: Survey of 500+ Publishers Reveals How They Want to be Pitched, Part II.
Any of these of interest? Anything to share? Publishing news?
May you find your Muse.