How Can My Child Get Published

How Can My Child Get Published?

At Bare Bones, we support writing for and by young people. So, we have put together a list of publications that accept submissions from creatives under the age of 18. We are sharing the pick of the bunch, in alphabetical order.

This publication accepts art in the form of still digital images. It holds regular art contests and publishes the winners in an art book anthology.

Age group: Grades Kindergarten to 12


Little Jefferson is a pilot project of Lucky Jefferson that aims to create opportunities for children and pre-teens to explore their joy of writing and grow as young artists.

Age group: Nine to 13


It is the children’s section of the literary magazine Northeast Review. It seeks submissions that relate to any aspect of literature of any of the regions within the northeast of India.

Age group: Unspecified


New Moon is aimed at girl tweens and teens. The magazine is offered in both print and digital formats, and accepts fiction, poetry, personal essays, art, comics and photography.

Age group: Eight to 19


It is a student-run international literary magazine for high school writers and editors. Submissions are eligible for the Claudia Ann Seaman Awards for Young Writers.

Age group: Grades 9 to 12


Stone Soup is a literary magazine that has been inspiring children to read, write and create their own artworks for publication since 1973.

Age group: Under 13


The Hooghly Review is a digital non-profit and free-access magazine of literature, culture and arts.

Age group: Under 18


The Blue Pencil is a publication edited and produced by the Walnut Hill Writing, Film & Media Arts Department. It publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction and plays.

Age group: 12 to 18


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