This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site 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




Over 34,000 copies sold! 


Root and Star: Home

April 22, 2019
Root and Star: Home
 
Root & Star magazine strives to bring quality art and literature to children in the ephemeral magazine form. It hopes to inspire and be inspired by the whole child – the wise, the wild, the strange, and the sweet. It is a place for creative people to play and to share the complexities of their work and spirit with children. We are looking to build a beautiful, meaningful magazine for children and for the people who read this magazine to them. We are looking for gorgeous, artful imagery that is not quaint and does not even necessarily seem to be geared specifically toward children on first glance. We are looking for writing that is kind, strange, powerful, exquisite, and sacred. (By sacred we do not mean religious, for we do not plan to reference any holiday or spiritual figure. We mean instead the sanctity of the everyday.)
 
Issue 23 September/October 2019: HOME (deadline May 30, 2019)
 
Contributors will receive two copies of the issue in which their work appears. We hope to pay more when funding permits, but in the meantime we hope contributors can see the value of a wide readership with distribution in Whole Foods and Barnes & Noble, as well as the chance to connect to a great group of people.
                                                                       
 

TulipTree New Writers Issue

April 21, 2019
TulipTree New Writers Issue

Deadline: May 23
Release: June 21

This contest is for writers who have not yet been published. Specifically, we consider being published by a journal or magazine, in print or online, as being previously published (i.e., you sent out your work, and someone said yes). We also consider self-publishing your book as officially being published. However, if you post articles to a blog or put your stories up on your own pers...


Continue reading...
 

Devotions and The Quiet Hour

April 20, 2019
Devotions and The Quiet Hour

Devotions® and The Quiet Hour jointly publish new devotionals written per assignment on contract. Assignments are for sets of seven devotionals on selected passages of Scripture.

Work-for-hire/full rights contracts pay $140 and are offered to successful candidates with postal addresses in North America. The editor invites new authors to submit a spec devotional (new or previous...


Continue reading...
 

Enchanted Conversation: Water

April 19, 2019
Enchanted Conversation: Water    

Deadline: May 20, 2019
For: June 2019 Issue
Theme: Water

Enchanted Conversation is looking for stories and sequential art (aka comics) that use the theme of water in some way. The idea of water can be the ocean, lakes, streams, a pond, rain, a puddle, a backyard pool, or anything else you can dream up, just as long as some version of water plays a part or operates as a catalyst to the stor...


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Childhood Fears

April 17, 2019
Focus on the Family Magazine: Childhood Fears

Topic: What is one unique way that you helped your child get over his/her fear of ______.  "Hacks & Facts" articles are not the place to showcase your voice as a writer. Also, lectures aren't encouraged. Instead concentrate on a hands-on-practical parenting tip that others can apply once they've read it. The point is the tip.

Word count: 50 to 250 words
Rights: First nonexclusive rights
Pay...

Continue reading...
 

Best New Poets of 2019

April 16, 2019
Best New Poets of 2019

Best New Poets is an annual anthology of fifty poems from emerging writers. The anthology began in 2005 and the book is currently distributed nationally as a University of Virginia Press title and produced in cooperation with Meridian, a semiannual literary magazine from the University of Virginia.

The anthology takes submissions from three sources:

nominations from literary magazines in the United States and Canada,
nominations fr...

Continue reading...
 

SCBWI Austin Annual Conference

April 15, 2019
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Austin Annual Conference

Date(s) - 05/18/2019 - 05/19/2019
Time - 7:30 am - 6:45 pm           

Location - Crowne Plaza Austin
6121 N. Interstate 35 - AustinTX 78752

The schedule includes three keynotes; a publishing panel; 12 breakout sessions on writing, illustrating and professional development; intensives on picture books, novels and illustration; along with...


Continue reading...
 

Poetry Society of Colorado: The Moral of the Story

April 14, 2019
Poetry Society of Colorado: The Moral of the Story
 
THE MORAL OF THE STORY (Open)
Deadline: May 18, 2019
Sponsor: Cheryl Wilkie
Theme: Optional
Form: Narrative
Style: Fable
Line Limit: 40
 
MUSTS: 1. Your fable must have a moral, stated at or near the end of your story.
2. Characters in a fable must be animals, inanimate objects, plants, natural forces (like the wind), or creatures from legends.

SHOULDS: 1. Humans, as characters, should be incorp...

Continue reading...
 

The Christian Journal: The Promise of a Good Life

April 13, 2019
The Christian Journal: The Promise of a Good Life   
 
The Christian Journal solicits articles of encouragement and hope. These articles need to be uplifting and point to a God of grace, love and acceptance. Each article needs to inspire the reader to reconnect with God and his faith.
 
Articles should be 300–500 words in length. The average article is around 400 words. There is no payment for articles at this time. Each i...

Continue reading...
 

Wendy Sherman Agency

April 12, 2019
Wendy Sherman Agency – Specifically Kelli Martin
 
Kelli is passionate about building the agency’s romance program, focusing on contemporary romance and romantic suspense, and is also excited to discover new talent and shape content in commercial women’s fiction, including love stories, romantic comedies, suspense, family dramas, friendship dramas, beach reads, and women-coming-into-their-own stories.
 
from: C. Hope Clark
The Carolina Slade Mystery Series, Bel...

Continue reading...
 

Root and Star: Home

April 22, 2019
Root and Star: Home
 
Root & Star magazine strives to bring quality art and literature to children in the ephemeral magazine form. It hopes to inspire and be inspired by the whole child – the wise, the wild, the strange, and the sweet. It is a place for creative people to play and to share the complexities of their work and spirit with children. We are looking to build a beautiful, meaningful magazine for children and for the people who read this magazine to them. We are looking for gorgeous, artful imagery that is not quaint and does not even necessarily seem to be geared specifically toward children on first glance. We are looking for writing that is kind, strange, powerful, exquisite, and sacred. (By sacred we do not mean religious, for we do not plan to reference any holiday or spiritual figure. We mean instead the sanctity of the everyday.)
 
Issue 23 September/October 2019: HOME (deadline May 30, 2019)
 
Contributors will receive two copies of the issue in which their work appears. We hope to pay more when funding permits, but in the meantime we hope contributors can see the value of a wide readership with distribution in Whole Foods and Barnes & Noble, as well as the chance to connect to a great group of people.
                                                                       
 

TulipTree New Writers Issue

April 21, 2019
TulipTree New Writers Issue

Deadline: May 23
Release: June 21

This contest is for writers who have not yet been published. Specifically, we consider being published by a journal or magazine, in print or online, as being previously published (i.e., you sent out your work, and someone said yes). We also consider self-publishing your book as officially being published. However, if you post articles to a blog or put your stories up on your own pers...


Continue reading...
 

Devotions and The Quiet Hour

April 20, 2019
Devotions and The Quiet Hour

Devotions® and The Quiet Hour jointly publish new devotionals written per assignment on contract. Assignments are for sets of seven devotionals on selected passages of Scripture.

Work-for-hire/full rights contracts pay $140 and are offered to successful candidates with postal addresses in North America. The editor invites new authors to submit a spec devotional (new or previous...


Continue reading...
 

Enchanted Conversation: Water

April 19, 2019
Enchanted Conversation: Water    

Deadline: May 20, 2019
For: June 2019 Issue
Theme: Water

Enchanted Conversation is looking for stories and sequential art (aka comics) that use the theme of water in some way. The idea of water can be the ocean, lakes, streams, a pond, rain, a puddle, a backyard pool, or anything else you can dream up, just as long as some version of water plays a part or operates as a catalyst to the stor...


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Childhood Fears

April 17, 2019
Focus on the Family Magazine: Childhood Fears

Topic: What is one unique way that you helped your child get over his/her fear of ______.  "Hacks & Facts" articles are not the place to showcase your voice as a writer. Also, lectures aren't encouraged. Instead concentrate on a hands-on-practical parenting tip that others can apply once they've read it. The point is the tip.

Word count: 50 to 250 words
Rights: First nonexclusive rights
Pay...

Continue reading...
 

Best New Poets of 2019

April 16, 2019
Best New Poets of 2019

Best New Poets is an annual anthology of fifty poems from emerging writers. The anthology began in 2005 and the book is currently distributed nationally as a University of Virginia Press title and produced in cooperation with Meridian, a semiannual literary magazine from the University of Virginia.

The anthology takes submissions from three sources:

nominations from literary magazines in the United States and Canada,
nominations fr...

Continue reading...
 

SCBWI Austin Annual Conference

April 15, 2019
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Austin Annual Conference

Date(s) - 05/18/2019 - 05/19/2019
Time - 7:30 am - 6:45 pm           

Location - Crowne Plaza Austin
6121 N. Interstate 35 - AustinTX 78752

The schedule includes three keynotes; a publishing panel; 12 breakout sessions on writing, illustrating and professional development; intensives on picture books, novels and illustration; along with...


Continue reading...
 

Poetry Society of Colorado: The Moral of the Story

April 14, 2019
Poetry Society of Colorado: The Moral of the Story
 
THE MORAL OF THE STORY (Open)
Deadline: May 18, 2019
Sponsor: Cheryl Wilkie
Theme: Optional
Form: Narrative
Style: Fable
Line Limit: 40
 
MUSTS: 1. Your fable must have a moral, stated at or near the end of your story.
2. Characters in a fable must be animals, inanimate objects, plants, natural forces (like the wind), or creatures from legends.

SHOULDS: 1. Humans, as characters, should be incorp...

Continue reading...
 

The Christian Journal: The Promise of a Good Life

April 13, 2019
The Christian Journal: The Promise of a Good Life   
 
The Christian Journal solicits articles of encouragement and hope. These articles need to be uplifting and point to a God of grace, love and acceptance. Each article needs to inspire the reader to reconnect with God and his faith.
 
Articles should be 300–500 words in length. The average article is around 400 words. There is no payment for articles at this time. Each i...

Continue reading...
 

Wendy Sherman Agency

April 12, 2019
Wendy Sherman Agency – Specifically Kelli Martin
 
Kelli is passionate about building the agency’s romance program, focusing on contemporary romance and romantic suspense, and is also excited to discover new talent and shape content in commercial women’s fiction, including love stories, romantic comedies, suspense, family dramas, friendship dramas, beach reads, and women-coming-into-their-own stories.
 
from: C. Hope Clark
The Carolina Slade Mystery Series, Bel...

Continue reading...
 

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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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