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Creative Kids Magazine is looking from submissions from young authors and illustrators, age 8-16.

Here’s a link to their Writers’ and Artists’ Guidelines:  http://www.prufrock.com/client/client_pages/prufrock_jm_ck_wg.cfm

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They are looking for the very best material by students (ages
8–16). Material may include cartoons, songs, stories between
500 and 1200 words, puzzles, photographs, artwork, games,
editorials, poetry, and plays, as well as any other creative
work that can fit in the pages of the magazine. Students
submitting accepted material will receive a free copy of the
Creative Kids issue in which their work appears. Creative Kids
reserves the right to edit submissions.


If you like to write and want to write better, visit www.YAAGroup.org and think about joining.

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There’s a new interview up in the Members’ Section.  We talked to Lacy Compton, Editor of Creative Kids Magazine.

Creative Kids magazine is the nation’s largest magazine by and for kids. The magazine bursts with games, stories, and opinions all by and for kids ages 8–14.  It contains brain teasers, contests, stories, artwork, poetry, pen pals, mysteries, and more.

Creative Kids publishes four issues a year.  They’re looking for submissions from kids ages 8-16.  The magazine began as the project of a husband and wife team in the 1980s. Prufrock Press, Inc.  acquired it in 1994 and began revamping the magazine immediately. It’s undergone several revisions to get to its current state, which incorporates a lot of visually appealing graphic design and more serious stories and poems to try to appeal to kids today.

To read the interview, visit the members’ section of the YAAGroup.org.

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