Any student who currently qualifes under the Federal School Lunch Act for the Free and Reduced Lunch program may have this fee waived.
Reduced fees are also available to students for whom fees would be a barrier to participation. Prize: Entries are judged both regionally and nationally–the highest level regional work is submitted for national consideration.
Who Can Submit: Children ages 13 and younger, via regular mail (see website for address). For More Information: ==================================================== Creative Kids magazine is not a contest but a publication written for kids by kids.
Kids can submit for consideration everything from stories and songs to editorials and plays. For More Information: ==================================================== Teen Ink is “a monthly print magazine, website, and a book series all written by teens for teens.
I’ve been searching for writing contests for kids for my daughter and her friend.
Many kids, like mine, want to write for an audience; they’d love to be published.Submission Categories: Book reviews, Creative Writing, Art, Music, Photos, & Video Submission Deadline: Ongoing.Who Can Submit: An age limit was not specified, but minors are allowed to submit with parental permission.Submission Length: Book reviews should be approximately three paragraphs long, and written submissions should not exceed 500 words plus a title. By submitting your creative works, you give permission to Be the Star You Are! You retain the copyright and have the ability to publish elsewhere at any time.All minors under the age of 18, must have their parents permission to submit their works. ® will license your creative works (please check the box AGREE to LICENSE on the SUBMIT page) When a work is licensed, you will receive 50% of the net proceeds after all service fees have been paid.Launch Pad recommends reading online some of their stories and poems to get an idea of the works they like to publish, and they provide writing tips to students interested in submitting. This prestigious contest was begun in 1923 and has had such notable people as Sylvia Plath, Robert Redford, Joyce Carol Oates and Truman Capote amongst its winners.Submission categories: Dramatic Script, Flash Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Personal Essay, Persuasive Writing, Poetry, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Short Story and Novel Writing. Usually around December 15th Who Can Submit: Any public, private, parochial or home-school student in grades 7 – 12 in the U.Not all submissions will be published and kids are encouraged to read the Stone Soup archives to get a sense of what type of writing the editors are looking for.The great thing about Stone Soup is that kids can submit as often as they want, regardless of previous rejection or acceptance for publication.This round-up of opportunities might just help give young writers their first chance.Let me also suggest that you temper your kids’ enthusiasm with a bit of reality.