Vol. 7, No. 3
Hello from Writing for Children's Magazines. I hope your last three months have been full of writing and
publishing successes or have at least been full of wonderful life experiences that will enrich your writing in the
For this issue, Tracy Vonder Brink gives us some helpful advice on genres that has the potential to increase our
range of possible places to submit our magazine pieces to.
And I'm pleased to be able to share with you another article from Marilyn Kratz. This one reminds us of important
elements of a good story.
If you'd like to submit something for Writing for Children's Magazines, please send it my way.
Guidelines are at the bottom of this
page. If you want to query an idea for an article before writing it or want to check to find out if someone else has
already submitted an overview for the magazine you're planning to write about, feel free to email
me. I'm also happy to consider reprints. Writing for Children's Magazines is now paying a small fee for articles.
I welcome your submissions, queries, and suggestions at
My best wishes to you~
Evelyn Christensen, Editor
Free Yourself from Genre
by Tracy Vonder Brink
Is It a Story?
by Marilyn Kratz
Ev's August Market Tidbits