This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite 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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Thriving Family Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Under: Christian Print Magazine

Thriving Family Magazine submissions needed:

http://www.thrivingfamily.com/extra/call-for-submissions

(Tween Ages 8- to 12-year-olds)

Tweens and Christmas: Your Best Tip: Tweens are in that age of change, so the holidays can take on new questions and struggles. Share your best tip(s) for navigating the Christmas season with a changing tween.

Word Count: 130-250 words

Article Type: First-person narrative, or a first-person narrative about another person, written as if you were that person. (Your byline would be the other person's name "with" your name, and you will need that person's written permission.)

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $50 on acceptance

Date Due: by June 9th, 2012

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your TA-Christmas: Your Best Tip ideas. If your story was not accepted by June 30th, 2012, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.

Submit to: Please submit your TA-Christmas: Your Best Tip articles toTween.Ages@fotf.org.

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Posted 06/01/12

(Tween Ages 8- to 12-year-olds)

Conflict by Pen: Sometimes, letting tweens write out their feelings in a letter can open the door to communication that face-to-face communication does not. Share what worked for you in encouraging your tween to write when they're resolving conflict.

Word Count: 130-250 words

Article Type: First-person narrative, or a first-person narrative about another person, written as if you were that person. (Your byline would be the other person's name "with" your name, and you will need that person's written permission.)

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $50 on acceptance

Date Due: by June 9th, 2012

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your TA-Conflict by Pen ideas. If your story was not accepted by June 30th, 2012, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.

Submit to: Please submit your TA-Conflict by Pen articles to Tween.Ages@fotf.org.

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Theme: Christmas, December or winter (not Santa Claus). What is something really funny your child said or did that related to these topics? 

Word Count: 50 to 75 words.

Article type: True-life story, written in first person

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $25 on acceptance

Date Due: 6/13/12

Byline: On our Parents Like Us page, we give the author’s first name only. We also give the state where they live (please include that with your submission).

Directions: We're not just looking for cute, we're looking for hilarious. Include your name and contact information (including mailing address and phone number) in the email with your humor story.

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your funny anecdote. If it was not accepted by June 26, 2012, it was not chosen for publication at this time. We hope to work with you on a different article in the future.

Submit it: please respond to Web.Features@fotf.org and put “Attn: Troy - School Parents Like Us” in the subject line. (Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)

In : Christian Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Thriving Family Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Under: Christian Print Magazine

Thriving Family Magazine submissions needed:

http://www.thrivingfamily.com/extra/call-for-submissions

(Tween Ages 8- to 12-year-olds)

Tweens and Christmas: Your Best Tip: Tweens are in that age of change, so the holidays can take on new questions and struggles. Share your best tip(s) for navigating the Christmas season with a changing tween.

Word Count: 130-250 words

Article Type: First-person narrative, or a first-person narrative about another person, written as if you were that person. (Your byline would be the other person's name "with" your name, and you will need that person's written permission.)

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $50 on acceptance

Date Due: by June 9th, 2012

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your TA-Christmas: Your Best Tip ideas. If your story was not accepted by June 30th, 2012, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.

Submit to: Please submit your TA-Christmas: Your Best Tip articles toTween.Ages@fotf.org.

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Posted 06/01/12

(Tween Ages 8- to 12-year-olds)

Conflict by Pen: Sometimes, letting tweens write out their feelings in a letter can open the door to communication that face-to-face communication does not. Share what worked for you in encouraging your tween to write when they're resolving conflict.

Word Count: 130-250 words

Article Type: First-person narrative, or a first-person narrative about another person, written as if you were that person. (Your byline would be the other person's name "with" your name, and you will need that person's written permission.)

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $50 on acceptance

Date Due: by June 9th, 2012

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your TA-Conflict by Pen ideas. If your story was not accepted by June 30th, 2012, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.

Submit to: Please submit your TA-Conflict by Pen articles to Tween.Ages@fotf.org.

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Theme: Christmas, December or winter (not Santa Claus). What is something really funny your child said or did that related to these topics? 

Word Count: 50 to 75 words.

Article type: True-life story, written in first person

Rights: First nonexclusive rights

Payment: $25 on acceptance

Date Due: 6/13/12

Byline: On our Parents Like Us page, we give the author’s first name only. We also give the state where they live (please include that with your submission).

Directions: We're not just looking for cute, we're looking for hilarious. Include your name and contact information (including mailing address and phone number) in the email with your humor story.

Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your funny anecdote. If it was not accepted by June 26, 2012, it was not chosen for publication at this time. We hope to work with you on a different article in the future.

Submit it: please respond to Web.Features@fotf.org and put “Attn: Troy - School Parents Like Us” in the subject line. (Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)

In : Christian Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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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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