Call For Submissions – Get Published and Get Paid By Cricket Media

CRICKET magazine, a magazine with a readership audience of young readers between 0 to 18 is seeking to publish engaging, high quality fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction for their young readers. Editors consider submissions from writers of every level of experience. This is an opportunity for promising new writers to showcase their best work so take advantage of it.

Cricket magazine is accepting submissions for the following categories:

Fiction

CRICKET magazine is interested in realistic new age fiction, historical fiction, science fiction and fantasy, folk tales, myths and legends, and humor. The author’s story has to be well plotted, character-driven, and has a satisfying conclusion.

Nonfiction

CRICKET publishes compelling nonfiction write ups on a wide range of subjects which include; history, biography, true adventure, science and technology, sports, inventors and explorers, architecture and engineering, archeology, dance, music, theater, and art. Articles of this genre should be carefully researched and include a solid bibliography that shows that research has gone beyond reviewing websites.

Poetry

CRICKET publishes both serious and humorous poetry. Poems should be well-crafted, with precise and vivid language and images. Poems should incite the readers wonder and create emotional response.

Puzzles, Crafts, Activities

CRICKET readers enjoy logic and math puzzles, crafts, recipes, science experiments, as well as games and activities from different historical times and cultures.

Do you have a compelling story that can educate, entertain and inform young readers? You should see procedures, rates and detailed information about these submissions here and consider submitting your articles, poems, stories or write ups.

Miriam David

Miriam is a creative writer, short story blogger, editor and contributor on creativewritingnews.net . She is an alumnus of the great University of Benin, a philosopher and an aspiring author of best sellers to come. When she is not writing, she is either working, keeping up with social media trends,reading novels, listening to good music, seeing movies or dreaming up stories.

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