Where to Get Published

Updated February 21, 2017 | Factmonster Staff

If you are interested in having your writing published, you can send your work to some of the publications listed below. Always enclose a stamped, self-addressed return envelope when sending material to any publication. Good luck!


Boy's Life Magazine
1325 Walnut Hill La.
Irving, Tex. 75038
Publishes original fiction and nonfiction, poetry, and readers' favorite jokes and riddles.

Children's Express
1440 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 510
Washington, DC 20005
This news service is reported by kids age 13 and under. The twice-weekly column is distributed by UPI to 2,500 newspapers around the world. Write for information.

20 Grove St.
Peterborough, N.H. 03458
Publishes a variety of material; however, you are asked to write first and ask for guidelines and upcoming themes.

Creative Kids, GCT
P.O. Box 8813
Waco, Tex. 76714
Gives children an opportunity to publish their work.

Jack and Jill
P.O. Box 567
Indianapolis, Ind. 46206
Publishes stories, poems, riddles, and jokes written by students in grades two through six.

Just About Me (JAM)
Ensio Industries
247 Marlee Ave., Suite 206
Toronto, Ont., Canada M6B 4B8
Publishes both fiction and poetry written by girls from age 12 to 19.

Launch Pad: Where Young Authors and Illustrators Take Off!
Email submissions and queries to: editor@launchpadmag.com
Or mail to: P.O. Box 80578
Baton Rouge, LA 70898
Publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, book reviews, and artwork by children ages 6 to 12.

Stone Soup, The Magazine by Young Writers and Artists
Box 83
Santa Cruz, Calif. 95063
Publishes stories, plays, poems, and book reviews by children under 14.

Writing, General Learning Corp.
60 Revere Dr.
Northbrook, Ill. 60062
Seeks feature stories by junior-high-school students.

Created in 1995, KidPub hosts one of the largest collections of stories written by children on the internet with over 46,000. Members pay a small registration fee and are allowed to post as many stories as they like.

A free web site with over 500,000 members and 1 million literary items, the site offers children a number of tools to publish thier work and receive feedback from other users.

ByLine Magazine
P.O. Box 111
Albion, NY 14411
A monthly magazine that encourages submissions from young writers and offers articles and tips pertaining to the writing business. The magazine also sponsors writing contests each month and offers cash prizes to winners.

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