Who can submit?
As we are a youth magazine, we only accept submissions from those under the age of 19. We also don't tend to accept work from those younger than the age of 7, however if you fall into this category and are eager to submit, we encourage you to do so!
We are looking for:
Poetry should be kept under 1,000 words, while short stories and essays should be no more than 5,000 words.
We accept a wide variety of literary work. This embodies nearly all non-fiction, prose and poetry. We are interested in publishing a range of work, and if you aren't sure if your piece(s) fit our guidelines, send us an email and we'll let you know. We are especially looking for work which expresses unique and enlightening perspectives.
What's not acceptable
We do not accept fan fiction, works rooted in bigotry, or any other subject matter that could be considered inappropriate.
We are now accepting artwork for the cover of each issue! When submitting artwork, we encourage you to refer to the issue's prescribed theme, sending in the work that you think best encapsulates what the issue's all about. Please note that we will only be able to accept one piece per issue - we can only have one cover! Additionally, while we're still looking for artwork from young people, we're a little more lenient with age for our art submissions.
Please send all written submissions via our Google Form, and cover art submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Multiple submissions are allowed, as are simultaneous submissions. We will contact you if we are interested in publishing your work.