Additions to the Adult Writers' List
• Hogglepot is an online science fiction and fantasy journal that
publishes one story every two weeks. The stories seemed geared to young adults and adults. It is non-paying.
Submission guidelines are at
• Alfie Dog Fiction is an online site that
sells downloadable e-stories in many genres including children's and teen/young adult. Submission guidelines are at
They pay royalties.
• Union Gospel Press is a non-denominational Christian publisher that produces
five weekly Sunday school take-home papers and quarterly booklets for ages four through high school.
Information for prospective writers is here.
• Relate is an online, Christian-based publication for
girls ages 12-23. It is non-paying. They seek regular contributors, as well as one-time articles. Check
here for submission information.
• Go! is an online magazine (for middle school
and up) about transportation and transportation careers. They accept freelance articles, but do not pay. If
you're interested in writing for them, send a request for their submission guidelines by email to go(at)iastate(dot)edu.
Additions to the Young Writers' List
• The Apprentice Writer is an annual publication
of stories, essays, poetry, and photography by students in grades 9th-12th. Submission guidelines are
here. Deadline for submitting is March 15.
This is a non-paying market, but you do receive a copy of the publication.
• See above for information on Relate. They are also happy
to have young authors write for them.
• Yarn has already been on our adult list, but I discovered
it has no age restrictions for authors. Guidelines are here.
• See above for information on Go!. They wrote
me, "If you know of middle and high schoolers, who like to write, please let them know about us. We're
always looking for young writers, who like to write for their peers."
Special Issue Opportunity
Dark Moon Digest is publishing a Young Adult Dark Moon Digest Special Issue. This is for YA horror stories.
The deadline is April 15, 2013. It's a paying market. Submission guidelines are
Knowonder re-opened submissions in January. They
are changing their format. Instead of offering their free Story-a-Day format, beginning in March they will feature
a teaser paragraph and brief information about each of ten stories. The reader can then buy the collection
of ten stories in print or for the Kindle.
New Themes Listed
SHINE brightly has posted new themes
for the 2013-2014 school year.
Sparkle has also posted new themes.
Since the beginning of 2013, Writing for Children's Magazines is publishing bi-monthly instead of
monthly. The next issue will therefore be May. If you're wanting a reminder to let you know when a new
issue is posted, I encourage you to make use of the free resource
http://www.changedetection.com. If you sign up,
they'll send you an email letting you know when a change has been made on the Writing for Children's Magazines homepage.
Writing for Children's Magazines, March 2013