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. I am not an editor, publisher, or an agent. I am a writer who enjoys sharing submission information I find on the web with other writers. 

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and winner of a 2015
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Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 13, 2019
Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

CRICKET magazine seeks to publish the highest quality fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction to engage our audience of enthusiastic young readers ages 9-14. Editors consider unsolicited submissions from writers of every level of experience. Since its founding in 1973, CRICKET has published some of the most respected writers of children’s literature. It is also a wonderful opportunity for promising new writers to showcase their best work. 

Calls for Submissions: Animals, Animals
Deadline: November 1, 2019

Cricket (for ages 9-14) seeks middle-grade fiction, nonfiction, and poetry featuring an animal. We are looking for dog stories, horse stories, stories about caring for an injured animal, encounters with backyard or more exotic animals—whatever will appeal to our young readers. We particularly welcome contemporary fiction of 1500-1800 words with child characters in the age range of Cricket readers, but we are also interested in historical fiction, myths and legends, and fantasy—e.g., a story about a young medieval falconer, or a humorous fantasy with a troublesome dragon. (Tip: Writing styles differ, but it’s often better to begin middle-grade fiction with dialogue and a scene rather than general observations by an omniscient narrator.)

Calls for Submissions: Yikes!
Deadline: November 1, 2019

Cricket (for ages 9-14) seeks middle-grade fiction, nonfiction, and poetry about mysterious goings-on, hair-raising adventures, and narrow escapes that make you scream “Yikes!” We are looking for stories about ghosts, haunted houses, creepy monsters, and daring escapades with friends. We also invite stories about more realistic dangers or situations calling upon a character’s determination and courage, or even stories where the danger is more social than physical—e.g., the risk of nearly losing a friend, a place on a team, or of being embarrassed at school. We welcome any genre: contemporary fiction, historical fiction, myth and legend, true adventure, science fiction (with main characters in the age range of Cricket readers), and fantasy.



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Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 13, 2019
Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

CRICKET magazine seeks to publish the highest quality fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction to engage our audience of enthusiastic young readers ages 9-14. Editors consider unsolicited submissions from writers of every level of experience. Since its founding in 1973, CRICKET has published some of the most respected writers of children’s literature. It is also a wonderful opportunity for promising new writers to showcase their best work. 

Calls for Submissions: Animals, Animals
Deadline: November 1, 2019

Cricket (for ages 9-14) seeks middle-grade fiction, nonfiction, and poetry featuring an animal. We are looking for dog stories, horse stories, stories about caring for an injured animal, encounters with backyard or more exotic animals—whatever will appeal to our young readers. We particularly welcome contemporary fiction of 1500-1800 words with child characters in the age range of Cricket readers, but we are also interested in historical fiction, myths and legends, and fantasy—e.g., a story about a young medieval falconer, or a humorous fantasy with a troublesome dragon. (Tip: Writing styles differ, but it’s often better to begin middle-grade fiction with dialogue and a scene rather than general observations by an omniscient narrator.)

Calls for Submissions: Yikes!
Deadline: November 1, 2019

Cricket (for ages 9-14) seeks middle-grade fiction, nonfiction, and poetry about mysterious goings-on, hair-raising adventures, and narrow escapes that make you scream “Yikes!” We are looking for stories about ghosts, haunted houses, creepy monsters, and daring escapades with friends. We also invite stories about more realistic dangers or situations calling upon a character’s determination and courage, or even stories where the danger is more social than physical—e.g., the risk of nearly losing a friend, a place on a team, or of being embarrassed at school. We welcome any genre: contemporary fiction, historical fiction, myth and legend, true adventure, science fiction (with main characters in the age range of Cricket readers), and fantasy.



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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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