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. 

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 40,000 copies sold! 


The Bethune & Son 4th Annual Texas Short Story Contest

September 8, 2020
The Bethune & Son 4th Annual Texas Short Story Contest

We’re looking for short fiction stories! Think you can write a winning story in 5000 words or less? Enter Bethune & Son’s fourth annual Texas Short Story Competition for your chance to win $1,000, $300 or $200 in cash, and get your story published! Please ensure you read the rules carefully before entering the competition.

Every entry must follow the theme of “Gulf Coast”, discuss or reference the theme of the Texas Gulf Coast in some way, shape or form, and must clearly add to the narrative of Texas life (i.e. stories about the Louisiana or Mexico gulf coast will not count). Your plot does not need to revolve around the theme, but should strongly incorporate it into your story in any way you best see fit (e.g. setting, character background, dialogue, etc.)

No entry fee. Deadline October 2, 2020.

From: https://www.erikadreifus.com/newsletter/current/

 

National Writers Association Annual Poetry Contest

September 7, 2020
National Writers Association Annual Poetry Contest

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Cobblestone: Revolutionary War in the South

September 6, 2020
Cobblestone: Revolutionary War in the South

American History magazine for ages 9-14. Each issue of this acclaimed classroom magazine explores a single topic in depth, bringing history to life with primary sources, lively graphics, historical photographs, and maps. Designed to meet curriculum standards for history/social studies, Cobblestone® fosters an appreciation for the past while making connections to the present with fiction, nonf...


Continue reading...
 

2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

September 5, 2020
2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

When discussing virtue and vice, it is easy to wander down the road of morality, though in essence virtue is simply the good or useful qualities of a thing, whereas vice is a habitual and usually trivial defect or shortcoming. One does not have to look too far in literature to find examples of both. Authors are fond of espousing the dark and light sides of both....


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Family Camping

September 4, 2020
Focus on the Family Magazine: Family Camping

Topic: What is one thing you did that helped your kids learn to be more involved, responsible or helpful while tent or RV camping this last summer? Or how did you parent so the whole trip was more fun for the kids? We are not looking for lectures or object lessons. Instead, we want hands-on, practical. ideas that you or someone you know have done and that other parents can try to do. Thi...


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Good Health Habits

September 3, 2020
Focus on the Family Magazine: Good Health Habits

Topic: What is one unique thing you did that helped your kids learn a good health habit in terms of not spreading germs? We are not looking for lectures or object lessons. Instead, we want hands-on, practical. ideas that you or someone you know have done and that other parents can try to do. This is not the place for you to refine your voice as an author. At this time, this call for ...


Continue reading...
 

The War Cry: Hail the Son of Righteousness

September 2, 2020
The War Cry: “Hail the Son of Righteousness”        

The War Cry, now in its 137th year, represents the Salvation Army’s mission through news, profiles, commentaries and stories. It looks to bring people to Christ, help believers grow in faith and character, and promotes redemptive cultural practices from the perspective of Salvation Army programs, ministries and doctrines. Readership consists of those in and involved with The Salvation Arm...


Continue reading...
 

The Saturday Evening Post: New Fiction Fridays

September 1, 2020
The Saturday Evening Post: New Fiction Fridays      

The Saturday Evening Post magazine “continues to look for and publish great short stories by both emerging and established authors.

In addition to publishing one short story in every print issue of the Post, we welcome submissions to our online fiction platform New Fiction Friday.” Pays: “For New Fiction Friday stories, we pay $25 for first exclusive online publication rights for si...


Continue reading...
 

Chestnut Review: Winter Issue

August 31, 2020
Chestnut Review: Winter Issue

Chestnut Review appears four times per year online and once per year in print in our annual anthology. We are always interested in work that speaks to the season, even if it is in unusual and contradictory ways, but that is in no way a requirement. We are an open journal that accepts any artistic work which interests us. We do not judge based on the reputation, origin, or experience of the author, nor do we solicit submission...


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Kids With Big Emotions

August 30, 2020

Continue reading...
 

The Bethune & Son 4th Annual Texas Short Story Contest

September 8, 2020
The Bethune & Son 4th Annual Texas Short Story Contest

We’re looking for short fiction stories! Think you can write a winning story in 5000 words or less? Enter Bethune & Son’s fourth annual Texas Short Story Competition for your chance to win $1,000, $300 or $200 in cash, and get your story published! Please ensure you read the rules carefully before entering the competition.

Every entry must follow the theme of “Gulf Coast”, discuss or reference the theme of the Texas Gulf Coast in some way, shape or form, and must clearly add to the narrative of Texas life (i.e. stories about the Louisiana or Mexico gulf coast will not count). Your plot does not need to revolve around the theme, but should strongly incorporate it into your story in any way you best see fit (e.g. setting, character background, dialogue, etc.)

No entry fee. Deadline October 2, 2020.

From: https://www.erikadreifus.com/newsletter/current/

 

National Writers Association Annual Poetry Contest

September 7, 2020
National Writers Association Annual Poetry Contest

Continue reading...
 

Cobblestone: Revolutionary War in the South

September 6, 2020
Cobblestone: Revolutionary War in the South

American History magazine for ages 9-14. Each issue of this acclaimed classroom magazine explores a single topic in depth, bringing history to life with primary sources, lively graphics, historical photographs, and maps. Designed to meet curriculum standards for history/social studies, Cobblestone® fosters an appreciation for the past while making connections to the present with fiction, nonf...


Continue reading...
 

2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

September 5, 2020
2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

When discussing virtue and vice, it is easy to wander down the road of morality, though in essence virtue is simply the good or useful qualities of a thing, whereas vice is a habitual and usually trivial defect or shortcoming. One does not have to look too far in literature to find examples of both. Authors are fond of espousing the dark and light sides of both....


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Family Camping

September 4, 2020
Focus on the Family Magazine: Family Camping

Topic: What is one thing you did that helped your kids learn to be more involved, responsible or helpful while tent or RV camping this last summer? Or how did you parent so the whole trip was more fun for the kids? We are not looking for lectures or object lessons. Instead, we want hands-on, practical. ideas that you or someone you know have done and that other parents can try to do. Thi...


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Good Health Habits

September 3, 2020
Focus on the Family Magazine: Good Health Habits

Topic: What is one unique thing you did that helped your kids learn a good health habit in terms of not spreading germs? We are not looking for lectures or object lessons. Instead, we want hands-on, practical. ideas that you or someone you know have done and that other parents can try to do. This is not the place for you to refine your voice as an author. At this time, this call for ...


Continue reading...
 

The War Cry: Hail the Son of Righteousness

September 2, 2020
The War Cry: “Hail the Son of Righteousness”        

The War Cry, now in its 137th year, represents the Salvation Army’s mission through news, profiles, commentaries and stories. It looks to bring people to Christ, help believers grow in faith and character, and promotes redemptive cultural practices from the perspective of Salvation Army programs, ministries and doctrines. Readership consists of those in and involved with The Salvation Arm...


Continue reading...
 

The Saturday Evening Post: New Fiction Fridays

September 1, 2020
The Saturday Evening Post: New Fiction Fridays      

The Saturday Evening Post magazine “continues to look for and publish great short stories by both emerging and established authors.

In addition to publishing one short story in every print issue of the Post, we welcome submissions to our online fiction platform New Fiction Friday.” Pays: “For New Fiction Friday stories, we pay $25 for first exclusive online publication rights for si...


Continue reading...
 

Chestnut Review: Winter Issue

August 31, 2020
Chestnut Review: Winter Issue

Chestnut Review appears four times per year online and once per year in print in our annual anthology. We are always interested in work that speaks to the season, even if it is in unusual and contradictory ways, but that is in no way a requirement. We are an open journal that accepts any artistic work which interests us. We do not judge based on the reputation, origin, or experience of the author, nor do we solicit submission...


Continue reading...
 

Focus on the Family Magazine: Kids With Big Emotions

August 30, 2020

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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