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Focus on the Family: Brio Fiction: See You in the Comics

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Focus on the Family: Brio Fiction: See You in the Comics

Topic: Focus on the Family Brio magazine is accepting contemporary short fiction. Although you are always welcome to send your complete short, modern-day, fiction stories of 1,400 words on any topic, we are especially interested in receiving the dialogue that would go in a graphic short story. The dialogue should be under 400 words and set up like a script. The dialogue for this long comic strip can be about any holiday or teen issue. With just dialogue (you may include a few small descriptions of what is happening in panels of your  graphic short story but these words aren't a part of your word count), you will need to tell a complete short story that makes a teen girl laugh, cry or relate to what the main character is going through and the problem she solves. This contemporary, graphic short story needs to be about a teen girl living in North America. (Only short fiction is accepted through the email address below.)

Word count: under 400 words
Rights: First nonexclusive rights
Payment: $300, on acceptance
Due date: March 25, 2019
Byline: Yes — whether in print or online
Audience: Teen girls with a biblical worldview



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Focus on the Family: Brio Fiction: See You in the Comics

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Focus on the Family: Brio Fiction: See You in the Comics

Topic: Focus on the Family Brio magazine is accepting contemporary short fiction. Although you are always welcome to send your complete short, modern-day, fiction stories of 1,400 words on any topic, we are especially interested in receiving the dialogue that would go in a graphic short story. The dialogue should be under 400 words and set up like a script. The dialogue for this long comic strip can be about any holiday or teen issue. With just dialogue (you may include a few small descriptions of what is happening in panels of your  graphic short story but these words aren't a part of your word count), you will need to tell a complete short story that makes a teen girl laugh, cry or relate to what the main character is going through and the problem she solves. This contemporary, graphic short story needs to be about a teen girl living in North America. (Only short fiction is accepted through the email address below.)

Word count: under 400 words
Rights: First nonexclusive rights
Payment: $300, on acceptance
Due date: March 25, 2019
Byline: Yes — whether in print or online
Audience: Teen girls with a biblical worldview



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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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