This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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Published by Ideals Children's Books,


a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards





On the Premises Short Story Contest: Changes

February 9, 2016
On the Premises Short Story Contest
 
Contest #27 - CHANGES
 One or more character(s) have to deal with some kind of significant change. It can be any kind of change you like, and on any scale, from a change affecting only one person (or one place, or one thing) to something affecting everyone/everything everywhere, or anything between those extremes.
 
Your challenge: Write a creative, compelling, well-crafted story between 1,000 and 5,000 words long that clearly uses the contest premise.
 
GENRE RULES: No children’s fiction, no exploitative sex, no over-the-top grossout horror, and no stories that are obvious parodies of existing fictional worlds/characters created by other authors.
 
Deadline: 11:59 PM Eastern US time, Friday, March 4, 2016.
 
One entry per author. There is no fee for entering this contest.


 

Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu, Kyoka, & Haiga

February 7, 2016
Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu, Kyoka, & Haiga
 
Prune Juice is a journal of contemporary senryu, kyoka and haiga published exclusively online, four times a year. It is edited by Terri French and Bruce Boynton.
 
Prune Juice is published three times a year.
 
MARCH issue - Please submit between December 1st and February 15th
 
JULY issue - Please submit between April 1st and June 15th
 
NOVEMBER issue - Please submit between August1st and October 15th


...
Continue reading...
 

Presbyterians Today: The New Way of Doing Church

February 7, 2016
Presbyterians Today Magazine: The New Way of Doing Church 
 
Presbyterians Today magazine (est. 1867), published 10 times annually by the General Assembly Mission Council, needs non-fiction articles for the July/August 2016 issue. The theme is called, “The New Way of Doing Church.”
 
This issue will look at the loosely connected networks—built around technology and shared interests or identities—that are replacing i...

Continue reading...
 

Triangle Square

February 6, 2016
Triangle Square
 
Triangle Square is an imprint of Seven Stories Press that focuses on publishing young adult novels and children’s books. Seven Stories Press is an independent publisher that is well respected and has been around for twenty years. Their books are distributed by Random House. Triangle Square focuses on publishing high quality writing that is educational.
 

Continue reading...
 

Pockets: Differences

February 6, 2016
Pockets: Connecting Kids and God the Other Six Days  
 
Designed for 6- to 12-year-olds, Pockets magazine offers wholesome devotional readings that teach about God’s love and presence in life. The content includes fiction, scripture stories, puzzles and games, poems, recipes, colorful pictures, activities, and scripture readings. Freelance submissions of stories, poems, recipes, puzzles and games, and activities are welcome. The...

Continue reading...
 

The Sun Magazine: At the Last Minute

February 4, 2016
The Sun Magazine
 
Readers Write column asks readers to address subjects on which they're the only authorities. Topics are intentionally broad in order to give room for expression. Writing style isn't as important as thoughtfulness and sincerity.
 
We publish only nonfiction in Readers Write. Feel free to submit your work under "Name Withheld" if it allows you to be more honest, but be sure to include your mailing address so ...

Continue reading...
 

Alive Now: Homelessness

February 3, 2016
Alive Now: Homelessness  
 
Alive Now is a devotional magazine that supports the spiritual lives of small groups as well as individuals. The magazine invites readers to enter an ever-deepening relationship with God, helps them reflect on contemporary issues from a faith perspective, and supports them in acting on these issues. 
 
Each issue of this bimonthly, 48-page magazine focuses on a contemporary topic that impacts the faith life. Divided into sections ...

Continue reading...
 

Essay Mama Writing Contest

February 2, 2016
Essay Mama Writing Contest
No entry fee.
Prizes: $550, $400, $250
Deadline: February 29, 2016.
Three best works will be published on the EssayMamaBlog.
Word count: 800-1300 words
 
Topics:
How Necessary Is a College Education For You?
Why Do We Enjoy Watching Rich People on TV and in the Movies?
Does ‘Shame and Blame’ Method Work to Change Student's Behavior?
Are Anti-smoking Advertisements Effective?
How Concerned Are You About Where Your Food Comes From?
Which Is Mo...

Continue reading...
 

Carriage House Poetry Prize

February 1, 2016
Carriage House Poetry Prize (in observance of Arbor Day 2016)
http://carriagehousepoetryseries.blogspot.com/                        
 
Deadline: March 1, 2016 (received by)
NO ENTRY FEE
Final judge: Laura Boss
 
This competition is for previously unpublished poems that "contain reference to a tree or trees (not necessarily poems ABOUT trees). Any style or form." Prize: $300 and publication in TIFERET journal; "The winner and possible runners up will be posted online…."
 

Continue reading...
 

Work Stew "Memorable Bosses" Contest

February 1, 2016
Work Stew “Memorable Bosses” Contest
 
Deadline: February 15, 2016
NO ENTRY FEE
 
"Tell us about the manager who has affected you the most -- for better or for worse No real names, please. Just vivid, juicy tales from your work life, past or present.”
 
Prize: "$200 for the winner, to be announced on February 22, 2016. The winning entry, and perhaps some other entries, will be published…on Work Stew."
 

Continue reading...
 

On the Premises Short Story Contest: Changes

February 9, 2016
On the Premises Short Story Contest
 
Contest #27 - CHANGES
 One or more character(s) have to deal with some kind of significant change. It can be any kind of change you like, and on any scale, from a change affecting only one person (or one place, or one thing) to something affecting everyone/everything everywhere, or anything between those extremes.
 
Your challenge: Write a creative, compelling, well-crafted story between 1,000 and 5,000 words long that clearly uses the contest premise.
 
GENRE RULES: No children’s fiction, no exploitative sex, no over-the-top grossout horror, and no stories that are obvious parodies of existing fictional worlds/characters created by other authors.
 
Deadline: 11:59 PM Eastern US time, Friday, March 4, 2016.
 
One entry per author. There is no fee for entering this contest.


 

Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu, Kyoka, & Haiga

February 7, 2016
Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu, Kyoka, & Haiga
 
Prune Juice is a journal of contemporary senryu, kyoka and haiga published exclusively online, four times a year. It is edited by Terri French and Bruce Boynton.
 
Prune Juice is published three times a year.
 
MARCH issue - Please submit between December 1st and February 15th
 
JULY issue - Please submit between April 1st and June 15th
 
NOVEMBER issue - Please submit between August1st and October 15th


...
Continue reading...
 

Presbyterians Today: The New Way of Doing Church

February 7, 2016
Presbyterians Today Magazine: The New Way of Doing Church 
 
Presbyterians Today magazine (est. 1867), published 10 times annually by the General Assembly Mission Council, needs non-fiction articles for the July/August 2016 issue. The theme is called, “The New Way of Doing Church.”
 
This issue will look at the loosely connected networks—built around technology and shared interests or identities—that are replacing i...

Continue reading...
 

Triangle Square

February 6, 2016
Triangle Square
 
Triangle Square is an imprint of Seven Stories Press that focuses on publishing young adult novels and children’s books. Seven Stories Press is an independent publisher that is well respected and has been around for twenty years. Their books are distributed by Random House. Triangle Square focuses on publishing high quality writing that is educational.
 

Continue reading...
 

Pockets: Differences

February 6, 2016
Pockets: Connecting Kids and God the Other Six Days  
 
Designed for 6- to 12-year-olds, Pockets magazine offers wholesome devotional readings that teach about God’s love and presence in life. The content includes fiction, scripture stories, puzzles and games, poems, recipes, colorful pictures, activities, and scripture readings. Freelance submissions of stories, poems, recipes, puzzles and games, and activities are welcome. The...

Continue reading...
 

The Sun Magazine: At the Last Minute

February 4, 2016
The Sun Magazine
 
Readers Write column asks readers to address subjects on which they're the only authorities. Topics are intentionally broad in order to give room for expression. Writing style isn't as important as thoughtfulness and sincerity.
 
We publish only nonfiction in Readers Write. Feel free to submit your work under "Name Withheld" if it allows you to be more honest, but be sure to include your mailing address so ...

Continue reading...
 

Alive Now: Homelessness

February 3, 2016
Alive Now: Homelessness  
 
Alive Now is a devotional magazine that supports the spiritual lives of small groups as well as individuals. The magazine invites readers to enter an ever-deepening relationship with God, helps them reflect on contemporary issues from a faith perspective, and supports them in acting on these issues. 
 
Each issue of this bimonthly, 48-page magazine focuses on a contemporary topic that impacts the faith life. Divided into sections ...

Continue reading...
 

Essay Mama Writing Contest

February 2, 2016
Essay Mama Writing Contest
No entry fee.
Prizes: $550, $400, $250
Deadline: February 29, 2016.
Three best works will be published on the EssayMamaBlog.
Word count: 800-1300 words
 
Topics:
How Necessary Is a College Education For You?
Why Do We Enjoy Watching Rich People on TV and in the Movies?
Does ‘Shame and Blame’ Method Work to Change Student's Behavior?
Are Anti-smoking Advertisements Effective?
How Concerned Are You About Where Your Food Comes From?
Which Is Mo...

Continue reading...
 

Carriage House Poetry Prize

February 1, 2016
Carriage House Poetry Prize (in observance of Arbor Day 2016)
http://carriagehousepoetryseries.blogspot.com/                        
 
Deadline: March 1, 2016 (received by)
NO ENTRY FEE
Final judge: Laura Boss
 
This competition is for previously unpublished poems that "contain reference to a tree or trees (not necessarily poems ABOUT trees). Any style or form." Prize: $300 and publication in TIFERET journal; "The winner and possible runners up will be posted online…."
 

Continue reading...
 

Work Stew "Memorable Bosses" Contest

February 1, 2016
Work Stew “Memorable Bosses” Contest
 
Deadline: February 15, 2016
NO ENTRY FEE
 
"Tell us about the manager who has affected you the most -- for better or for worse No real names, please. Just vivid, juicy tales from your work life, past or present.”
 
Prize: "$200 for the winner, to be announced on February 22, 2016. The winning entry, and perhaps some other entries, will be published…on Work Stew."
 

Continue reading...
 

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